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UNIVERSITY 3IISSOUKIAX, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1908.
UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT TO 3 P. M. TODAY
At end of
Session of
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STUDENTS COMING
EARLY THIS YEAR
I Dr. Luckey in Washington
I Dr. ). F. Luckcy. Stati Veterinarian,
i. in Va-hiiiton. I). C. to -ix-ak before
tl'i Inter-State AiMici.it ion of Live Stock
Sanitary HoanU on I'cdci.il. State and
("it Co-operation in the Ki.uliiatiici of
!Tuliemilo-i." Dr. I.ucki hoik--, a hill
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I will In- ji.i-.Mtl in tin- Ix-i-latiiic tlii-
ynLnllmunt ITvnonfurl tn Uliaofl , illll'r lookill" to tile- C-iailil-.lt ioll lit' tll-
3000 Penalty Prevents
HIGH-CLASS
OPTICAL
GOODS
Eyes Carefully Tested
Kodaks, Photo Finishing, Art
Materials, White China,
Stereopticons and Slides ::::
ERKER BROS. OPTICAL
COMPANY
04 Olive Street
ST. LOUIS
llMTc.-ulo-.i- ill animal-
Usual Straggling.
In all cli-jMitini'iit-i of tins rnher-ity
of Mi uuii. the ciiiollini-iir tlii- year
i expected to total :!()(l(t. The- table
accompany in:: tlii- -ho- the,- -tc.ulv
;io"tli of the l"niei-ity -inc-e it un
founded -ity--i e.11- ajjo.
Owinj; to the additional it'ui-ti.itioii
feu of ."?." inii-ecl on -tiulent- who ai
rie after the lil-t week, the auhal
arc nmeli more jnoiiijit tlii year. Al
leady yoiiu;: nun and women -ue pour
ing into Coltinihi.i. and it i- nntieijiatrd
that the ellicillnient jn.K-t ii-.illv will In
completed liefoio next Monday.
The lii-t e.ir of the l"niei-ity the
enrollnient wa- -eelity-eij;ht -tudeiit-.
The. iir-t year the nniin.il dejiaituient
was in ei-tence twenty-thu-e -tuilciit-weie
eniolled. When tlie noim.il de
jMitment was -uc-c-.-eded liy the Teaeli-ei-
College the rniollment the lil-t e.il
wa- ninety-ei'ht. the l.u;;iM iluiinu' the
lir-t e.ir of an jnote ion.il -elu.ol
and larger than tint oi the l"r.ier-ity
it-elf during it- lii-t year.
The eniollment in agiicnltr.ie the l:i-l
j car it a- taie.'ht in the t"ni t-i -it
wa- twenty c en: the lii-t year of mi d
icilie. twclw; the l'i-t year of law.
twenty -lie: and the lii-t year of er.
jilicciin, fomtccli.
TEACHERS HIGH SCHOOL l
NOW IN NEW QUARTERS ,
1
Begins Work in Building Formerly ,
Occupied by Normal Academy. 1
The Teacher- College liijrli -i-liool. ;
which herctotcie ha- hecn in the lu'lt
ouildili'Z. opened Inlay ill the hiiildiiiu
at the Miiithca-t coiner of Tenth anil
."Cherry -tiect-.
Thi- i- the building fonnerly occu
pied liy the Columbia Xoini.il Aiadeniy.
- It treble- the amount of -jnee for the
high .-ehcM.l. Admis-ion there l- re-
strict eel. onlv tho-e -tiulent- t'cinjr ae
feptcd who hac cither chau-tcil -clionl
ojipoitiinitie- at lio.Hc. or liavc obtained
written permi ion from the jirinciju ot
the high -school there.
The high school i- jiait of the labora
tory .-y-tem of the Teacher- College, and
the aim is to conduit it with the lii'jh-e-t
degree of clficieiu-y jio ihlc. Dr.
J. L. Meriam i- in i barge of the general
aclniini-tration of the school.
BIGGER THAN BIG BROTHER I
James Landon, Former Football Star,
Brings Students Here.
Jame- Landon. former football star of
the Unhcrsity of Mi ouri and now a
wealthy mine pioinoter of Kan-a City,
came half way aero the State in an
automobile from hi- home Iart week to
lcae three fre-hmen in Columbia.
One of the new -tudent- i- Landon'
brother who i- biggci een than the big
football man and "Jim" L-indou .-taniL
(i feit - inches in hi- -tocking feet,
iancloii II is 1!) year- old and will play
foot ball. His brother dejtarti'il for SL.
Louis in hi- machine to coinjdete the
trip aero-- Mi ouri.
GRADUATES MARRY HERE,1
i
!
K. H. Pinkley and Bride to Live in '
Milwaukee. ,
K. II. Pinkley and Mr-. Pinkley, who
until la-t Thin -day ceniiig was Mi
MaWl Duncan of Columbia, aie -jiend- j
ing their honeymoon at Green I,akc. '
Wis., lwfore going to their home in Mil
waukee. lloth are graduate- of the University
of Mi-souri and Mr-. Pinkley i- a niein
Ikt of the Phi lleta Kiippa honorary
fraternitv.
Student Printers
In Quality
Quantity
Quickness
Columbia Printing: Company
lliiinoof (iuod Printing
The newest things in pjper and workman
ship. See our swell printing.
We Wish We Could Teach
?kll 1 1 L .. 1 1
cveryDoay rnac an is nor.
good that looks good. We
wish we could teach them
the harm that impure candy
does. We wish we could
teach them that pure candy
isn't necessarily high
priced not at all, if it is
bought here. If we could
do this, there would be less sickness, more business for
us, and more pleasure for you.
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LONG & HEIBERGER
Lowney's Chocolates
YOU ALL KNOW
DAILY BROTHERS
They have all the Newest
and Neatest Fabric effects
in Young Men's Snappy
COLLEGE CLOTHES
DAILY BROTHERS, Tailors
Phone 736
718 Broadway
IN THE WORKSHOP
Wear FITZ Overalls
a
Not how
Cheap
but
how
Good"
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If it's
a
FITZ
it
Fits"
Made by Burnhatn-Hanna-Munger, Kansas City, U. S. A.
AsK Your Dealer for TKem
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
Sykes & Broadhead Clothing Co.
We announce the arrival of our fall stock of
High Class Clothing
Hats and Furnishing Goods
i EASURED by every standard, whether it be material
or workmanship, whether style or patterns, our Men's
Suits prove their superior worth prove that they are the
faultless productions of men who have made the designing
and making of men's high class clothing their life study, and
have been wonderfully successful in their attainments.
We are sole agents for
Alfred Benjamin & Co. and
A. B. Kirschbaum & Co.'s
Clothing
The Society Brand Clothing
The Students Brand Clothing
for young men
Knox, Chase and Hawes
Hats
Whether you want a soft
hat or derby hat we have
the best in quality and style
Paragon Trousers
Kaiser Neckwear
Vogue Neckwear
Interwoven Stocking Co.'s
Socks
Knothe Suspenders
We can satisfy the most fastidious taste
and the price is right too. One price to all
QfoujUf ff$iA$i "
Agents for Westminster Laundry
Strictly High Class Work
On the Corner
Ninth and Broadway
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