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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 December 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. COLUMBIA, 3IISSOUKI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1908. NUMBER 61 I. t jsm fef u VOLUME I. CAP AND PARADE THE GOWN OLIADRANGL E Universities of the East, West and South Represented in Pageant Which Opens the Inaugural Exercises. STATE OFFICIALS AND HEADS OF MANY SCHOOLS TAKE PART THIS MINISTER IS FOND OP FOOTBALL Gov. Folk and President Hill Lead Visitors Into the Academic Hall. GUIDE TO ACADEMIC HALL FOR INAUGURATION GUESTS Hiiieau f Information, Room :!S, -ccond floor. Alumni room. No. 17, first How. Writing room. Room -!S. -ecoud lloor. Po-tollice. Room 2V. -ceond lloor. Coal room-. Room- (! and 14. fir-t floor. l'nivcr-ity luncheon, third floor. I'nivcr-itv Hi -oiirian. Room '.it. -ccond lloor. ami Room 1). base ment. l'nivcr-ity publi-her, Room E. ba-einent. A pageant of learning. including rep-re-entativc- of L'nivcr-ities of the Ea-t. Wc-t ami Soutli. college- and high -chool- of tin- State, and -cveral of the -tale official-, took part in the proce---ion. vv...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 December 1908

!' ffi. m. h k m i - &r ES--. r.s . It UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1008. University Missouritm An evening nezrsfafer published at Columbia, Mo. every schooltiay by the Department of Journalism of the University Oj MISSOURI. SPIRIT OF THE NEWS Entered at the post office at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUnSCRIl'TIOX-IiitnrinMy in Adenine: Ily Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; .Semester, $1.'J.",. single Co-iien, Ti Cento. Business Oi-fice Room E, Academic Hall, Univcrcityoi Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TfLEFHO.sk NcMUKKs; Department office. 37r. Newsroom 274. llusiness Office, "1 '. Only .Ijijirornl .lilrertixhi'J -trcrjitnl. Jtiitra on Atlicativn. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. Speaker Cannon's request for :i con ference with President-elect Taft comes as the first move in the relations be tween the Prcsident-to-lie ami the iium who is almost certain to lie re-elected Speaker of the House of Representative-. TRACE...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 December 1908

viXBHHHMHMjnHH&HHjjHHab'jggL 'ziC' SE?532?WSP5w?B5? .o UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1908. HUMANITY IS OF GREATER IMPORTANCE THAN HUMANfTFFS CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT DECLARES IN SPEECH -nm.il school for the trainin" of teaeli er of the secondary schools? 'J here are later developments in the lii-tor of universities which warn us ij:.iint hastily answering this question in the allirmative. If we hae taken 4Kv'i:mt of the work of Irnerius at the I Diversity of Uolona and the work of Alul.ud in I'aiis. we cannot afford to oi-iliH)k the work of Wilhelm von llin:ilril,lt in the foundation of the Uni-A.-r-it of Herlin. That university w.i- e-tahlih-tl in 180! under nieinor.ilile i'iiriinitaiU'f: Prussia had 1 ii iro-.tiated under the lieel i! V.ijioleoii L At this time she plac d at the Ik ad of her school system Wilhi-Iin von IIumhoMt. vvho was a jtTiMt a peat scholar and a .state-man ! hi'h ideals. Huinholdt was ani- m.itcd li a iofoiiud faith in science and levc...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 December 1908

1 t IP !' IF UNIVERSITY MISSOUKJAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1908. B' ft lE - - - - ' " i -- - I 111 ft I ' w rr- tfcif ll If- s I1 A & t i i It i1' IT K ' 1 1 tr it i IS A complete line of Varsity Souvenirs and Pictures DELEGATES AND THEIR HOSTS If W Visitors are Welcome If 1 At Harshe's II JACCARD'S GIFT BOOK Sent Free Upon Request Contains a thousand Christmas Gift suggestions in Sifccr, Gold, Glass, Novelties highest grades reasonable prices. Send today. We give the students cordial invitation to our store. Jaccard Jewelry Co. Kansas City, Mo. Take your Watch and Jewelry Repairing to WHEELER'S There's Quality in Our Work Til! BrorawQu Odeon MOVING 1'ICTl'RK SHOW Today's Program: Anthony and Cleopatra Faker's Dream Hunting for Her Better Half &Z TheLeacock c j Athletic Goods arc 5 standard lor all games The Best and Lowest Free Catalogs R. J. LEACOCN SPORTING GOODS CO. 8o8-mo PINE ST., ST. LOUIS t 3 If ACO CK r--f MAHK Si & '0 ST-r- . KODAK WORK IN TODAY AND OUT TOMORRO...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 December 1908

ffisygffiiift&ite'" UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. NUMBER 62 m U. M M S VANISHINGINDUSTRY Scarcity of Mussel Shells Cripples Manufacture of Pearl Buttons. CHANCELLOR HOUSTON OP WASHINGTON U. MAY GO TO HARVARD PROFESSOR CURTIS' DISCOVERY Experiments for U- S. Here Lead to Valuable Conclusion. I.xpciimcnt- in the propogation of itm el- which are being conduct oil by tin1 tlfp.ii t mriit iif oniony of tlie L'ni criiv of Missouri have already result ed in import :mt di-covcric-. Prof. Wil liam (. Cuiti- ha- discovered that tlie e:ii. tlie litr;i-.li and nnieli eondeinned tili which spoil- game li-hing liy feed ing on the little li-he- of game variety. I in tiiIio- life to many of the minute mil el-. ar load of fish wa- reeeived from the United State Bureau of Fisheries 1 the department of oology recently, to he u-cd in experiments relative to the pearl button industry. The scar city of mussel -.helK has come to Ik' a m riou- prolilem ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 December 1908

i III H MMBMg.ggISg'SaMW,W'B'MWMWBow"""""''" SS!'?'''?'"!'"'" UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER U, 1908. & University Missourian An eztnwg ntittiaftr fulltslnj at Coluinlia, ."., f try tcho'M iy the Department of 'Journalism of the Uni'erstty of Miaow!. Entered a: the postonice at Columbia, Mo , as second-class mail matter. SUIteCKUTIOX Iui.iriubl in AiHuiuc: II j Mall or Carrier: Scliiiol Voir, $S.llU; s,4-iiiet,trr, $I.i;."J. single CopifK, Tii Out. Busim'- Oi-ntF Koom h, Acadcm.c H.ill, Universitvot Missouri, Columbia. Mo TPlfcfHnNH Nl VI FK- Department otlice. ''". Nensrojm 7I. I!u-inev Otn e. 711 Only .l;v" """' -I''" if '"''" .Imitril. Halt h oh .Imi'irfifii.i. Atttfir nil lOinmuttinitioii- to L"IVhKMT MlSsOURIAW Columbia, -Mo. Sits. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Dee. 11 s :;n ji in. I'ihi'Ii light pi oi" simi 1 'iiidiul'. !' "II p. ill. Kuiptioii bi 1'ic id. -lit and Ml-. 11:11 Atheiieaii latitat "-oiieli I'llion l.itelltl.l --, ;,. v Xeil Kr.i Dclntm Club .lelTei-oniail Debi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 December 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. JOURNALISM COLLEGE-TRAINED President Hill Says This Profession Has Right to Expect to Recruit Its RanKs From University Output. (Cuntlnued from TUlrd Page.) tare of the best minds among the young men and women of the State would -ecm to come professional training for those who are to be in a special sense the bearers of this culture to the rising generation, the public school teachers. "The function of a University," said the noted educator, Sir Joshua Fitch, "is to tench and to train teachers." Without attempting here to discuss the limita tions of this statement, it seems to me self-evident that no State University can count itself truly a part of the public school system that does not regard it as one of its primary functions to equip men and women for leadership in the great work of public education, as it is icpre-ented in the elementary and sec ondary schools of the State. So thought the founders of the University of Mis souri....

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 December 1908

ii ' X'l 1 w 1 1" ipimw wn twwwiiiMiMWiwJiwitiiaMii h m ifflwimwi im . MB wi) r lie - Sfc m.'W ? It i Hit is- & s? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. PRESIDENT HILL SHOWS STATES EDUCATIONAL OBLIGATION Hfci3 - II if it iff TO Ik 3? tf J r Says tHe Way THrougH "Growing Pains" of Intellectual Life to Stability of Judgment is More Thorough ThinKing. Piesiilent Hill spoke at his in.iugiiiu tion on "The University and the .State" Ik' -aid, in full: The state universities of America are the earliest product of a movement in fan or of pulihc control of education, whieh lM-gan to -how it-elf een before the close of the colonial period. The colonial college, thonjrh in most cases at the outset laregiy supported by grants from the colonial government-, were controlled !y loarils of trustees who were neither teacher- in the in-ti tutiou- they controlled nor in any way responsible to the people, and the-e hoard- ueie -elf perpetuating lxulie-. The li-ing deniocr.itie -irit and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 December 1908

S3 V3raJi!Jil- -' '" " Jws fjm i;-Tg?PTJ?fra!y-p TjS5jjr6?F''cwgt-.'5:W' pUr" 3-sS!B,'CT UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. FIRST DEAN TEACHERS COLLEGE, PRESIDENT Parker Furniture Co. Dr. Albert Ross Hill is Popular With Student Body and Admired by Educators SKetcK of His Life. We Are Opening the Eyes of Blind Purchasers A Great Triumph. Columbia Honored. 35S3! Tt&j jSnfSf l'li'Mik-nt Albert Ro- Hill, vhoe in- mmii: if lie limN any defect-, lit- also .induration :- Iit-ncl of the University of -ee the lemedy, ami with faith ami Mionri. has attracted such a notahle courage, he lahor.s with ontliu-iaMii-to ho-t of isitors to Columbia, combines organize, to inimove. to broaden. It with the sterner qualities necessary for is tlie faith of the man in ultimate sue- tlie -ucei ful executive administration cess, his belief that the right will be oi a great university a depth of schol- done, that is .si) inspiring to those who arship which has won the respect and labor wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 December 1908

SB WSr-l. ft UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. ;ftjSBfifiiiiiJSi i m m m m J51 KT.AI fr & 3L r f 1 Visitors are Welcome At Harshes A complete line of Varsity Souvenirs and Pictures SOCIETY &Z TheLeacock 1 8 standard lor all games JC lrirnfl2 Athletic Goods arc 1 ILHLULfV S V mark The Best and Lowest .triws " Free Catalog R. J. LEACOCN SPORTING GOODS CO. 808-8:0 PINE ST.. ST. LOUIS The Broadway Odeon MOVING PICTURE SHOW Today's Program: BENUVENUTO CELLINI IF IT DON'T CONCERN YOU LET IT ALONE HE WHO LAUGHS LAST LAUGHS BEST A BEAUTIFUL reception was giv en in Kotliwrll Gymnasium Jat niylit by tlie Hoard of Curators. The gymnasium va decorated in Am erican llags and tliousuncU of ennant hung from the. ceiling and walls. A St. Louis orchestra supplied the music from a pavilion in the center of the room. Refreshments were -erved in the basement, which had been decorated in flag-, and Japanese lanterns. After II dancing legan and lasted till 2. Resides the Roard of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 December 1908

PSSRsSSISlitSsi E253?35SE32S5aBa5 RQASAfflr.H "--" r. -ffiaB jail afZ1 - .. UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908. XU3IBER 63 NEW COMMANDANT FDR T Capt. Herschel Tupes, U. S. A., Applies for Position in -Columbia. CAPT. FRAZIER'S LAST YEAR Post Is Considered One of the Most Desirable in Service. ( apt. Hcr-clii'l Tupes. of the First lufantiy. I. S. A., stationed at Van-oiiU-r. Wash., who has Ikh-h iitinjr at tin- University of Missouri the last few i'n. 'u- applied for the position of Commandant of Cadets at the Univer sity. (apt. Tupes is a native of Pleasant Hill. a-s county. .Mo., and is a West Point ..aeluate. lie went to West I omt dir-ctly from a country school, and v:i graduated the youngest mcni hci of his class. He has had twelve ar- of service in the United States .nul in Cnlu and the Philippines. He i a brother of Cadet Colonel E. E. Tupe-. the highest ranking oflieer in the i.idet corps. Appointed for Two Years. I he ollice of Com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 December 1908

HSfgiJBfriSaggg aMriMgjan. v3" UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908. I ,t'Si'ii,BMjvj r X P- I IV :. University Missoiulon An evening ncu-sMer published at Columbia, Mo.. every scUonteay by the Department cf Journalism oj the University 0 Missouri. Emered at the poyoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-;lass mail matter. SCUSCKIITION-Imnriably iu Alliance: Ky Mall or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1... Silicic Copies Two Cent-. Business Oh-ice Room E, Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleihonf. Numbers : Department olTice. 3T7. Newsroom 274. UusinessOffi e. 7M. Only Approrrtl Ailcrrtinintf Accepted. Jtate un Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia. Mo. HMit;rnciTA .0 a 1 nv,r T-, UlNIVLKolIY CALENDAR Dee. 1 1. Dec. l.-i. Dec. 1? forman (!ub. Ladies' Parlor-. S p. m. Jasper Count Club smoker. Sigma Nil houe. Lecture, I.or.ido Taft, Audito riiini. I'.iketball. Mi ouii W'anciisiiiiig Nonnal well gymnasium. Dec. 10....

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 December 1908

SSSBSasssssBsasaaEsssasss ? 352 -i.mahenaw uja gam ijflrr-J"Vrrf"-'-?J'e'i y--.. 'W7V ,: v3 s-ssr.s'' ?S? ."H C5PW UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908. CANNON'S THUNDER E OS T Two Hundred Students Parade With Torches to Honor President Hill. CLUB VISITS LIBRARY AT STEPHENS COLLEGE FIRST CELEBRATION OF KIND Cornell Club Takes Part in Cheering and Singing With Undergraduates. ( li.nrvil tirk-. ami (INcardcd cans of .ill i7- ami hhaK". -catU'riil about tin- I!iivority of Miouri eamnns re rail iMly the -l-sinr "tuiit" of tin. inauguration w reiiioiiit'-. tin; lirt torvli liht iar:iiK i-vcr held ly the studi'iits ii tin- I'nivi-r-ity of -IiM)uri. Friday - fiiinjr. in which 2(M1 .lutli-nts carrying llariiu turolif. and witnei- to (he M-i-tarli-. crowdod upon thi' lawn in front of I'ri'Milrnt A. It-. Hill'- Iioum, and li-tfiifd to talk hy Ixtth ln-.i-di-iit Hill and Dr. .1. C. Scliurinaii, piv-i-ili-ni of Cornell l"iiiviTity. '1 In- juiailc Mart oil at S::0 p. m. nmii tin' lrn...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 December 1908

- ST I, . ?t &:" r; f. fr tl i Ilia's, b:p- ' At 12 O'Clock Men Go Home and Leave Girls to Dance Alone. I NOBEL AWARDS MIDNIGHT REVELRY KANSAS 1 ARE ANNOUNCED TABOO AT OXFORD jSlL Honors in Medicine Are MS Divided Between German Be' and Parisian. all!''' K. If? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908. ARMERS STOCKHOLM. l).i 14. The oniciat announcement of tin- awaid of Nobel pri7cs is a follow: Literature, Prof. RikIoIjiIi Jlucken of .feno University, who lias written miii-li on philosophical subjects. Phvsics. Prof. Oabriel I.ininn.iii oftl I'niversitv of Paris. Chemistry. Prof. Knie-t llutlierford. director of the physical laboratory of the University of .Manchester, England. Medicine, divided between Dr. Paul Ehrliih of Beilin and Prof. Klie Meteli iiikoir of the Pasteur Institute. Paris. NO LOITERING AT STAGE DOOR Students Are Forbidden to Carry Arms, Except Bows and Arrows. E SEEKING HELPERS Attractive Offers Made for Reliable Men to Till Soil. Alfred Xohel, the la...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 December 1908

ISSSbsSSSS1 &k-&MMIi r? r" ',nj'A3a.'? UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. .,.,EJ?MtMpy:CSygfcgMjMK3tSLJfgyg3IIMp3PtEgpts'FyyMryf " rfrr"TTThTiiT,?f,?fitTTliiBS?ryT???Pr?r I J ; .- 3 & 1 VOLUME I. F T tjUUUj Curator of University and Other Wealthy St.Louisans Defendants. J, BROOKS JOHNSON, PLAINTIFF Receiver Asked for Transit Company, Absorbed by United Railways. - ST. LOUIS. Deo. 15. Declaring that Dai id It. Francis, Murray Carleton, .lame- Canipbtll, Judge Henry Priest, Brown Bros, of New York and other stockholder, of the St. Louis Transit Company owe that corporation more than In million dollars as the result of tin -alc of tin company's common stock in lM'O, J. Brooks Johnson ap plied to .the circuit court yesterday for a ret ciicr for the company. The corporation was absorbed by the United Railways company several years ago. Johnson holds claims amounting to KMi.CK'Mi against the transit company. He alleges that the defendants received large amount-, of transit company com mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 December 1908

m m UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1908. Mmmmmi ml ET EL IN m? W University Missourian An evening newspaper published at Ctluwfiia, Ma., every school Jay or the Department of Journalism 0 the Vniiersity of Missouri. Entered at the postoflice at Columbia, Mo., second-class mail matter. SUHSCItllTI ON-Ins arinbly In Advance: It J- -Mali or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Sementer, 1. -.-.. Single Copies, Tnci Cents. Business Oifick Room E, Academic Unirersityot Missouri, Columbia, Mn. Telephone Ni'iiheks: Department oflice. 377. Newsroom 274. Business On, e, 711. Hall. Only Approrrd .tilrrrtlnimj Arrrjtlrtl. Itatr on Application. Address all tommnnications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Dec. I."!. Jasper Conn! v Chili smoker. 7:"1I . m. Sigma X11 house. Doe.lt!. Henry Comity Chili. 4:00 -1. 111. K00111 24. Academic Hall. Pike County Chili, 8:00 p. 111. 004 South Ninth street. Dee. IS. Lecture, Lorado Taft, Audito rium. Basketball. Mi omi against...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 December 1908

jri! Mb m!.mmmmmMiA w"? P'V-;vp , . - UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1908. BSSaHS Ry " Lr e" s " v3J IJ EXPRESS COMPANY ADVISES SANTA Eight Rules Laid Down As First Aid to Holiday Givers. START YOUR PRESENTS EARLY Care Necessary in Addressing the Package and in Wrapping. "Fir-t aid to Santa Clans" instruc tion Ii.i' Ih-i'Ii issued by (lie express companies for tin mid.iwe of persons intrmlin to -vuA Christinas presents by express. If uiu follow tin- iii-tructions to the Jotter, not only will your friends have tin- presents on m-iuI tliem on Christ mas inorniiijr. but unless all the rules of mathematics and logic go wrong, vou'll get yours also. "Do it now,' is the first principal laid down for the Santas by the carriers. Resume of Rules. A ie-ume of the instructions follow-.: 1. Ship package eaily. today .if po, ible. 'Hie express company will he ou a small label to paste on the package leading "Do not open until Uiri-tnias." This will insure the package reaching its d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 December 1908

4v UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1908. If iisa H' I f. u- . OW auttao vwhk ouahttji she COLLARS They neither shrink, scratch, saw not stretch isc. iforsjc. Cluett, Peatxxly Co.. Troj, K. T. Take your Watch and Jewelry Repairing to WHEELER'S There's Quality in Our Work PRESIDENT DELIVERS MESSAGE THAT SIZZLES Panama Canal Charges are "Scurrilous, Libelous and False," He Says Will Prosecute Joseph Pulitzer, Owner of New York World. (Continued from First Page.) C. W. FURTNEY Tungsten, Tantalum and Gem Lamps. Students' Shades 712 Broadway Ice Plant Skating Rink PHONE 169 FOR PRIVATE PARTIES NEW MANAGEMENT Admission, 10c Skates, 15c For faelat Manage, Scalp Treat tnmnt. Manicuring, Shampooing, Electrical Dryer used, tee MISS HOOE Room 403 Exchange Bank Btdg. J. G. WILLIAMS BARBER home: or e. z. shaves MODERN BATH ROOMS 714 Broadway Phone 288 SCHWHCH'S TRANSFER Rm'i Phone 34 South 8tH St. v Solicits your Baggage, Bus, Cab and Trunk Business TRAOC IN .i. 3 -". I nnnnrlr fV. ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 December 1908

Sfm!2'irfiSSlSi UmVER&JTY MISSOURIAN VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1908. NUMBER 65 mfm r . & 4 ALAS! PITY NOW THE POOR State Veterinarian Luckey Says Alfalfa May Be Human Food. NEIGH, NEIGH, SAYS EQUINE Since Dobbin Is Too Big For Domestic Pet, Wliat's to Become of Him ? )i 1). 1". I.utkcy. State leterinarian. i- authnriti for tin1 statement that .ilt.tlt.i ha- nio-t of tlio nut ri the qiiali in-. ii milk, .mil tli.it it inai in tinu . ciiii. to Ik- him1 .1-. liuiiian food. Dr. I.tukci doc-n't say positiiely it will. :iiinl ion. lmt lit' points out oniinoiisli that it tiui. llu- potential elicit of this on the breakfast food industry may he di mi til alter a feu ga-ps. as affecting a nunparatiiely limited territory. Bat tle ( reek ean turn it-, attention to some thing cl-e. l'.ut what is to beeome of the horse! Man s, ems h tf rmiiied to take all means of an honest liiing away from him. Xo longer docs the "King Kit-hard of l.tiiidtuitown' cry. "an'ors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 December 1908

1 University Missourian An evening nevsfafer published at Columbia, Mo., every tehoc(dy by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the pottoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRUTION-Invnrlably In Advance: Ilj Mnll or Carrier: School Vcnr, $3.00; Semester, I.-'.'.. Single Copies, Two Cents. Bu-ivpss Officf Koom E. Academic Hall, Univershyof Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Xumpfrs: Department office. 37T. Ncvsroom 371. Business Offi e, 7M. Only Appmrrtt Artrrrtlniwj Arcrptril. Jtnten on .Ifpllmtlon. Address nil communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Afo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Dec. 10. Henry County Club. :m p. m Room 24, Academic Hall. Pike County Club. S:00 p. in 004 South Ninth street. Dec. 13. Lecture, Lorsulo Taft. Audito rium. Raskctball. Missouri again-t Warren-burg Xormnl. Roth well gjmna-ium. Raskctball, Missouri against Dec. lfi. Warren-burg Xorni.il. Itoth- well gymnasium Preliminary University di lute. Auditor...

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