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UNIVERSITY 3HSSOUKIAX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1908.
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.. .
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
showing hi- home an exceeding
ly pretty cottage and well-kept j
'lot to a friend. "It co-t me." be -aid. J
I "just $3,200, and never, while I was pay
!ing for it, did I put in more than 25 a t
class sail tsautr at the postoace at Lrtcawa, ." vu lur. vv v-v .- -- , - -. , - -
Mo., aaiw the Acts cf Coayess o? March 3. Ig9 jj -.ou up to t,,. telephone. It does And when the sunlight lingered there j mnth. How did I manage n . Hum.
B7:7Iio-:i,artoi,b T.r7d.n very "little good to .-ay, "I hope you were It turned it, dun to gold. ; J - "ever much of a hand to -ave until
By Mall or Carrier: not at dinner," and go on with the tele- Would that a like tran-muting power ; I ? the notion o: getting marn-u. "hen
fetliwil Year, $-.OU: N-rarstrr, il.25.
Mngle Copies, Two C-iit-
Of net- Rora D. Acadtcsc Hal!. CsiTcrsity cf
Miswjn, Colsffibi-. Mo.
TtiEfriONE N'-xiem .
Dcpancest cce. ST7.
Newsroom, 271 aai "24.
phonic reque-t. No one may know wiiat
di-turbance is cau-ed at the other end of
the line and accident? will occur. But
the man who deliberately and persis-
Might work its charm for me -ome
' When bills crowd in and friend- are
Only .tpjtroml .llreriiiwj .Icerjit'-'l.
Address nil communications to
tenth- tall- another up from Lis dinner , Might ilood my room with mellow ray,
table to the t-lephone -hould be ex- And. drifting all the cloud- away,
eluded from j.olite -f-iety. JTurn eery dun to gold.
I ju-t -hut o;f on everything until 1
had -4"0 ahead. Then I began to talk
to the girl about furniture and bou-e
rent. I figured on paying about twenn
a month, although I a- getting only
-itv. But the girl -aid -he'd rather
i-:art buying a home than pijt the money
i into furniture. So we talked and talk-
"n-atcrwr Imtter 1 ed. anil, nnaljv. 1 bougilt thi- Jot eight
in Kana come
lo a n.
THis is the Conclusion of Frof. Scott,'
nwiuinwiv.u, w w m.m.mj ia4CU Ulei
Popularity of Chicago Journals.
Prof. Walter Dill Scott, head of the
n-vcliological lafxiratorv of Xorthwe-t- I if
Trinted placard announce that the , TERIIAPS that
11. S. U. Inder-endent the student iveekly j they're having
newspaper, will re-ume publication. J from the familiar pump dairy. We
The UnivT-ity Mi ourian hop.-- that j have one or two in Columbia.
" i .i... .i.,.;
me announcfiii'-ni. i- iru- auu .ua. mc . , i- i
' Indr-nilent will be de-ervellv -uw ' '-Hilly" Sunday, the evangelist, i- aid '"'': it wa-ju-t -et on cIar pnt-. jou I
'-tair-. living and b-d rm.
ful. For year- it maile an exKlleut ito have announced for Bryan. But Mr. (know.
S-MIUSC; AS A SAVI.VG GRACE.
The round face is o-ing driven out of
business. In-tead ar the long face "f
jx--simism and the square jaw of per
sistence. The round fai-e e.pre e- g'xrl
living and kindly sentiment-. Dimple
were in its cheek- and a smile lurked
always in the corner of th mouth.
The long face can smile and the square
jaw can laugh, but the smile i- -had-owy
and the laugh ha- sound of me
tallic. Only the round face ha- an infectiou-i-mile.
and a laugh that ripple- with
genuine joy lik- the brook dancing down
the graveled hill-id in th -un-hine of
a summer afternoon. Po-sibly the
record and with adequate effort and -up-
port 'hould do even better in the future.
Joe Miller. Lawyer. "". is a bkkerp
er in the Merchant-' Bank at Appleton
Bnan Piepmoier. C. E.. "fi5. recently
wa- apjointc-d assi-tant stav- highway
engineer of Illiiioi-.
H. II. Horner, of East St. Louis, a
former student of engineering here, is
vi-iting at the Sigma Chi House.
We do not appreciate e-.en good
sei-vei on unattrac'h.- ;.,
1 -w. .
ern Lniver-ity. ua- maue an aaaiy-i- tare not inauejeei ev-n t? a eooj":
k tlit. Pliuiirfi (iiilr Ti--TaTrf.r in fil vcrtlmnn! anronn - .'ri lTi
look on "The I'-ychology of Adverti jthat --em to u- m an;, wav unrelSj
,n"' , - - , "Features" That Dra- Atteatia
An analv-i- 01 nw-narwr reader-, the . "'
, . . . 3M1
i Tt i i fit. Tiif'.Tii r mi. . -.&m
hui-drul wa- the pric Jiftv dollar- , mignt t-tter I- u-cnoeu. m - r. - v-.-aire reveB
, iautnor -ent out -ome time ago to a -"" 'u-nu- uaia a- to tne ItxtmM
.... i . .,. . - . ..... i rartii Iv .- li-t m 4(imi ot lie , UKI1 iivmT t.r. at anr LM
uiai U.1CK eiiu: iui iwu rtjin- uon- - ,. . . . -
That co-t i'f'-'-t prominent pro: lonal ana bu-i- w" i""11""- -- ' i reaaer to ttai
, ,... ,.; (!.;,.,. ,.. :. ,r.i-x.;n new-nair. iie r1. it ti .- i
m.inv ijlt. rif Tiii. iiliwT rif TifWrniliT tnu.-t
.reading. Rfplie- were receivel from '
'2.3M. From the-e replit- Profeor , J-al nf-" - -Scott
ha- made an intere-ting volume. .Political new-
George Wa-hington had ju-t cro-ed -dot lie-- and a theatre ticket now and j iJan.v '"' ll'- P"-fw one lna.nc,al '
the D-laware. then. A war later we rini-hed the two P3Ir for '-'-nera! new- and anothtr . Jw-i?n new .
"And now' he mu-ed. bru-hing the ujijm rem- and made a paym-nt on th f"" i- -Iial articles or it- moral lone, tunorials .. .
river -prav out of hi eve-. "I mu-t hav,- lot. and we lived on in that way for," one hui.dred profe-ional men con- 'il new, .
the men get up their" familv tree-, -o'fh- year- longer, ju-t putting a-ide nt! with a cenain educational in-ti- Mk1 tone ..
t - i..i i... ST-irtmi --..-
-lo each month a- if it were rent. At ,'"" preierre. one j,aj-r. tne ou-ine-- r- - "
the end of that time I had paid for "ln'-n who 'x("Tf- w-niber. of an athletic ', Carton- . ....
the I.t and had nearly ..Ihj in the banK. 'c-ut' Prerre,i another pajr. while ! anicje-
ammi. -v-,.- i-n .i... :.... Then T r.t i?, frr.-t" r..rt r.i tI. .,,..,.. 'tho-e who were member- of yet another 3Iu-i
tc-ot-ie-woot-ie out doors for a l"'lt- That cr.-t 1.!mmi and put me in du!j preferred, with evjual uniformity,
while. J debt again f.ir a thou-and. and that 1 another paper.
cleaned uj in four year- more. I've ' Prof. Scott's Conclusion.
'Brvan nrobablv i- concerned chieilv with ' "eil. we managed t get a little lur-
the week-day vote. niture and -tart-l that way. rent free.
and we alwav- had st few dollar- for
that there be ample data for the Daughter-
of the American Revolution."
square jaw i- needed in the modern ' A P. Shelburne. of Chicago, a fre-h-world
where everybody i- running to man academic -tudent l.-t jear. will
and fro -eking whom he may devour, enter Northwestern University
but it inav 1- cover-d with rotunditv. fall.
Po-ibly the long face i- an inheritance Harold W. Coujier. of St. Iui-. fre-h-
from Vermont or .votland or the for- .-.., (.n.;lt.r at Mis-ouri Univer-ity
lar who diml-ed continually the Blue at -var WJ- Wlter Wa-hington Uni-
Ridge mountain-. ver-itv thi- vear.
That doe- not nec-es-itate the long
Big Brother, llippantlv: "Ve-, take i-Jeanni uj. in lour year- mir.
the little -on and heir out into the -un ''-' t'-n J ear- jMjiug for it. and I could u,,. which one le.1 in popularity? A
and air." -'II it to-morrow for .f0 ca-h. IIow paragraph in hi- di-cu-ion of the rela-
could I have paid rent. lai-ed three chil- tie co-t of adverti-ing in the Chicago
All the-e tolitica! charge- and t-oun- drtn and got anj thing ahead on my pay jnen-paper- throw- light on thi-:
ter-charge- will arou-e in the voter'
inind at lea-t one of the three word- in
t.iis jjj Engli-h language which end in
; "cion" firm, coercion, and -u-rdcion.
in anv other manner:" -uurdav Even
Book rei"iews .
Ar-angement . .
Society notes .
Storiette-- .. .
But this distribution of papers
face being exhibited in conversation. It
may ; hidden lehind the round face
of geniality and sympathetic consid
eration. The phy-ical may be secondary
alway- to the -piritual. Eivn -kele-tons
may f-mile. The grinning -kejeton
i- a familiar figure of -peech and doe
tors' closets. The round face should
be re-introduced into -ociety. Proj-r
culinary treatment will aid in thi- di
rection by putting fle-h on bone-. Thi
is the phy-ical treatment. The teach
ing of the -aving grace of -miling will
do more, for thi- help- -piritually a-w-ell
"A merry heart doelii gol like medi-
GilU-rt Dobon, a graduate of the Univer-ity
of Missouri, who has been asist
ant city engineer of Manila the last three
years, has WTitten friends here that he
will -tart for Columbia in Januarv, re
turning by way of India and Europe. ' Pwltl"J.
M'i. D'b-on. formerlv was Miss Dee ,
Lake, of Columbia.
Once there wa- an old woinin who-e
-on- bought a stock farm out We-t. and
asked her to name it. She called it
Why? Becau-e that'- where the
-un"- ravs meet.
Thi- i-n't new. but it'- worth re-
Mr-. Jame- A. Carfield. Mr-. Benjamin
Harri-on and Mr-. G rover Cleveland,
three widow- of ev-pre-ident. are now
living. The pre-ident- have u-ually diel
before their wive-, as the work of the
OUISE: Ye. cottage chee-e is the I
same a- -chmierka-e: but you are
wrong in uppo-ing that when you
a-lc for it in a restaurant you get a
little cottage with it.
"The alue of a publication a- an ad-verti-ing
medium i- in a large degree de
termined by the particular cla of citi-
i- -liown m monthlie-. v.eekhe- an.I dai-
lie-. For in-tance. for every thou-and
of circulation the adverti-ing -pace in
cine," -aid an ancient ami wi-e gentle- chief executive of the nation generally
man. A round face i- the phy-ieal mani
festation of a merry heart, the outward
sign of an inward grace. The cultiva
tion of the merry heart i- part of the
finest training of etery well-rounded citi
zen. If -u'-e.e in life con-i-t- of ac-compli-hnient
of undertaking-, of get
ting thing- done, then a merry heart
manife-ting it-elf in frank and unaffect
ed f-mile- i- worth much toward the win
ning of Micce-s.
An old and homely proverb had it that
mola es caught more llie- than vine
gar. Mea-ures may le -miled through
to enactment when frown- and long faces
and siib-tantial argument- have little
or no avail. A -mile will alway- accom-pli-h
more than a groan. Even the
cheerful idiot is to be preferred a- a com
panion to the dysjK'ptic -age. Return
ing to the main theme, our -ehools would
confer a lasting favor upon the pre-ent
generation and make the net generation
live longer and more happily if the -im-
ple art of -milin
The world i- a mirror in which we -
our-elves reflected. Smile at it. howev r
THE FRUITLESS QUEST
Written for the University Missourian
By Homer Croy
Yvaine. young, long-limbed and nimble,
son of a pioud father, cared not lor the
noi-e of trailic and the bu-y mart. He
wa- born to the flower-, anil -w.et odor-,
and to a soft -tinted world. He lived
apart, and dwelt in the world of .tim-elf.
f.arficld receive- a pen-ion of .j.VntO a -nu wiien lvainc wa- u-come a young
. . . m i.i 1.,. . ...... w.1.,.,1 i.I. t. .!.-. -. 1 . ..
vear. .Mr-. Beniamin Harn-on marnel ."" "-- I'l""-"-"" "- "" ... u.
u-e- mo-t of the vitality of the man en
gaged in it. Mr-. Cartield -pend- much
of her time in Wa-hington. where her
-on live-, and divide- the re-t l-tween
her o'd home in Ohio and Pa-adeiia. C'al.
She i- a gentle, -weet woman, alw ay
ready to -peak of her hu-band. Mr-.
Pre-ident Harri-on after he lelt the
White Hou-e. anil -he doe- not receive
a ten -ion.
tided in him: "Father. I
for life. I wi-h above
im now readv
.RACTICALLY all that we now know
alwut mc-hanic-al tlignt we owe to
the late Proft or amuel Pierjwnt
I-tngley. of the niith-onian In-titution.
and to Mr. Octave fhanute. I-angley
carric-d out. perhap-. tie- mo-t pain-taking
-erie- of e.xjK'rirneiita that have eter
lrt-cn fnaile. Tlie r.-v-nril ot" l-? irifTii.nK-
....w .B ., ...1.- hi
,-.!,, ..11 ,i. : t i- , - i - t- 'en- ny-- lujiuuence n io e e
aluaiile work l- erniodied m hi- E- . . ... '
eri:iient- in Aerhnamii--. which, it
may l.e -aid. lx-ar to mechanKal flight
much the -amc relation that Darwin
'rigin of Sjecie War- to biology. He
te-ti-l all kind- of plane -urf.u-e- at
-low and high -.ei wii the aid of a
whirling table in order to arrive at the
Saw- whieJi mut ! ol-eyeci in building
an oj'rative living-machine.
After year- of untiring te-t- and di--licarting
failure he linally con-trueted a
-mall model which ilew half a mile on
May 0. lM'O. and settled very -lowly
and giaeefully when it- fi.l ainl water
-upply were ehau-ted. Thi- wa- the
fh-t time in hi-tory that a ilying-ma-ehine
actually lb-w. Encouraged by thi--':cce
. which wa- repeated with other
model-. Profe or Langley built a man
arrying machine for the United Male-
"The re-ult- of the inse-tigation- con
cerning the opinion of the 2..00 Chicago
bu-ines- and profe ional men -how that
tne v. in .ago paj-T wincn was mo-t otten merely the average for the ei"t
pref erred, in proration to it- total cir- ,each pajK;r the order varied more or tail
cu.ation. l- the paper that -ecures. in In one paper, for in-tance. local
proportion to circulation, a larger price monojolized VjJo per cent of the
tiian any ot tne otner- tor it- adver- e-t. and in the other- 15.S per cent,
ti-ing -pace." per cent. 17.G per cent. 1.I per c
Profe or Sott amplified the n-iint a ' 1 j' ivr cent. !- T.r wm -,.1 ui
. -- x .. .. .. .
cent respectively. In one pajer 19 p
vci.i. oi me iniere-t i- in sporting dm
I in another but 2 per cent. In one pM
1P. jr cent was in financial newa,
another but 6.9 per cent
In conclu-ion the inve-tigator wrilii
"Judging from the an-wers of
2.0mi men the conviction i- forced
the Century Jlagazine i- worth IT per one that thev do not care to hai
cent more than that in the Popular newspaper serve a- interpreter, defei
Magazine; and like wi-e -pace in Collier'-
Weekly -el!- for -2:3 jer cent more than
er or advocate of the truth,
"That editor will be the mo-t asi
-,-ue in hum- Miiway .Magazine. eiatecl who -ek-.-t the new- m-t
Potential ni-toniers are not eoldly ,and pre-ent- the unvami-hed truth
aiiantiial and logical in e-timating all matters in which hi- con-tituenc
coniuKxuiie-. n aiverti-ement -een mtcre-tetl. Reader? d
on garlkige l)e- may le a g-l adver- generallv
ti-cnient. and may announce real bargain-,
but it po e e- little influence.
The -anie adveni-ement -een in a eher-i-hed
hc.u-ehold publication carrie- all
the re-pect and tru-t that ha- b.-en cre
ated by the other departments of the jnot in the publi-her's or reporter:
puiineation. concerning it
of the ore-ence of pages
material which they never read. )
, The ideal new -paper would havei
do only with tact-. The new- woii
have to K well written, but the interJ
would be mainly in the new- itself
.Mr-. McKinlev al-o receive.1 , Wotue a writer, a man of lore, -wayin
all thing- to Government. The apparatu- wa- tried
the .j.000 pen-ion up to the time
WHO HE WAS
RVIN COBB tell- a tory of a little,
wiry negro who went into a re-ort
the world with high and ringing word-."
i And hi- father -aid: "Son. at jour
j hand i my library of i hoice-t phi!o-o-
Iphie-. Here are prc-ened the noble-t
thoughts of leader- of all r.ge- and Ian-
Yvaine barred out the call of the
-evera! time- in !03. but it never -oared
lecau-e of -ome defect in the launching
, del it e-. aturdav Evening Po-t.
ABOUT SCHOOLS OF JOURNALISM S
in Natchez, di-played a large roll of j"orJtb ana uiggea deep into the mu-t;.
bill- and liought a drink. .volume-, pondering and weighing. Bon'.
A- he wa- pajing for it another negro a,tcr " ie nia-ttred. living with the
came in. very large anil ery black. He M''rite of old. When he had lecome ma
looked at the little man and -ai.l: "Nig- ; u'r OI tll(-" "leat ''brary. he loniidenth
,a- taught contin- ,gah. whar jou git all dat money!" l""K "P "'- I" ln" wrote. JJay alter
"Bah-lendah." -aid the little negro, bv ,iil.v- m l1'" -"'nted room, he arranged
way of a reph. "Ah think Ah
tek a hottle of dat-ah -lull'.
daik the cloud-, and lowering the day, quite -ati-nin' tub meh."
and it will -mile back.
word-. But it was all of no avail. A
1 TE are plea-ed to note the uc- our power to bring the matter beft
U ceful launching of the Mi ouri .the Missouri legislature. AVe do
ScIkhjI of .lournali-m at the Mi believe the rich -tate of Missouri
11 l Tlll.. it-- lt Cf.ll1 lll.l v lit- H..OT1 ..- nn .!..1. - ' . j.
if 3UWLHjni Walter William-. It ha- been e-tab- ti-ing busine- than the i:n;fp-t
IIE germ- of tllrIerCUlo.i-- will live i:.l,1 t trim fr.7- mnmill.m. ,.rr tn l.- - - :-.. .1.- 1... r .
' "-" " "" j--.... ..--. ." t .i i- j liiiu me llll-ine-- OI
lor ueeK- ana even month- m UarK ,ake journali-t-. For the training a 'ing aim- for it- Philippine protg3
o..,j.. ...ne.uinien quarter-, ju-c mo-t e.ccllent corj- ot m-tnictor- ha- Utherwi-e. here'- -uc-ce-s to
pr,i-e!y -eh -urrounding- a- are pro- iK.,. in-tailed in the Univer-ity. and the 'School of Jouniali-m and it:
vide,! tor them in the in-ide K-l-room- 'success of the Mi-ouri School of Jour- ' faculty. Hall-ville New. '-i
ot our tenement-, ana the dark, cellar- 'nali-m i- a tired -i
hkc io.nn- oi many a pea-ant - cottage ilaily pajKr i- i-u.Ml by the -tu
or farmhou-e. In l..-ight -unlight they ,iCIU ;ntlie cjUr-,.. wilit.h JjIOW, care
"Niggah," roared the big one. "whar
ICTOR TAT 'NAY. of Paris.
Secretarv of tin. I!nriii
"Pear .eiamonng worm waited not in- Daiancci ' i-"- '" -v ......... nu preparation ami tlie lmineiliate value i oi the Pre- A oeiation of;
and periodic -entence-. After a time """ '""igat dayliglit m k than ha,! n of training for new -paper work. It ha- World, write
ht Hun" down hi- nen. :nnl ueiit .-ilrfim "' 1 "- - ' 'I tlie taetor- that
. .. 4 . ....
you git dat monevi I a-t ni. I'- the
town bully. I i-. I follow- bullyln fob 1 il t!,e eecret of writing J"
a trade. Whar you git it?'' 1!nt r'one coll!l an-wer.
The little negro began -tuflin" the i '"rllt'r "".list 1k a -ecret to writing."
j.art of modern bu-ine- and ial life. ioney bai-k into hi- pocket-. "Seem- he "!l1,1 "'P'J"' 5l0t,.v-
We '-eem to have had it alway-. We do to me.' he mu-ed. "I ain't "ot nulF ! '"e5-" they agreed, but could tel
not realize that It than a dozen year- pocket to hold all mail wealth i 'lim no ,non'-
ago the telephone wa- practically un- The big negro iimitl at the little! At bat Ytaine gave up. for-ook writ
one. '-You hear what I -aid." he de- I ,!I"- for"ot "j" Hbrnrt. and went out an.
manded. "F- the town bully an' I wan-
ter know whar you git all dat money?"
Quick as a lla-h. tiie little negro im-
telephone ha- come uim.h u- -o -ud- per-cut the big one. catching him on the
denly and we have adopted it -o gener- ,;,. 0f t5u. :aw aI1(1 j,,,:..., .;,
down. In a moment the li" ne'To re
ading all whom he met. "O. friend, what '"''P- " explain the apparent paradox
USE (IE TIIE TELEPHONE I
The telephone has lx-come an e eritial
known, except in a i-w loealitie-. Now
the whole country live-- under a net-work
of wire- and the voice of the hello-girl
i- continnallv abroad in the land. The
lived life. He abode with men. -poke a
they spoke, thought their thought-.
that thedu-t collected from the iloor- and
wall- of tent- and cottage- in which
ton-uinptiw- were treated wa- almo-t
entirely free iron; tuWeulou- bacilli,
while du-t taken from the wall- of tone,
meiit hou-e-. tloor- a the treet car,
from the wall- of c-luirche- and theatre
m New York City wa- found to lie -imply
alive with them. One of the mo-t
important element- in tiie alue of -un-
ilong lieen maintained by the world'-mo-t
i:-eful new -paper men that college
training i- an adxantage to any branch
of human endeavor. The Unier.-ity de
partment of journali-m will -oon te-t
tlm .-oundne of thi- theory.
The department of journali-m i- co
ordinate with the other Univer-ity de
partment-. and lead- to a degree in
journali-m. The cour-e leading to thi
degree will Ik- in Eugli-h. hi-torv. wo-
"I road with groat intere-t conef
the School of JournaIim of the Ca
-ity of Mi ouri and the cour-es ofi
studio and e.erci-e- pur-ued for,
training ot young journali-t. As
will know, thi- -ubioct i- of gre
intere-t to u and I -hall utilize
material of the bulletin of the -choojl
incorporate in our record- and do
ment- devoted to the-e studies.
it win ie ot con-idtiaile impor
ally and a -uch a matter of cour-e that
we have not lx-cn able to devi-e rule
for it- proper u-e.
Reference i- not here made to the rules
on the telephone card, which in-i-t that
one 'hall call by numlwr and that -t ran
ger must le identified and all of that.
Reference i- made to the u-e of the
telephone by the individual on other than
hard-and-fa-t bu-im line-. The tele
phone wa- not invented a a mean- oi Mrs. Sage's Gifts,
torture, but ome jieople -o employ it. Mr-. Ru ell Sage is the mo-t original
Many -nap and -narl over the telephone, of gier- both in the nature and in the
They Io-e their temper when talking do-tinatiou of her gift-. Whore other
to central. Many appear to regard the philanthropi-t- gie to individual- or
exchange as their -worn por-onal enemy prhate cntcrpii-e- -ho "ive- to "overn-
' mimic-, "ovorimieiit. finance, -ooioloev. and intero-t for the Bureau Central!
laughed with thorn, and -orrowc-.! when ;"- ' '"''"i con-uniption pi,io.0-,ilv aii p-vdiology. and in ad.li- our World'- Pre- Congress which
tney sorrowed, thinking naught oi hi- - "- I"'"''"1" germieiuai eilect. atur- .;., .,. t, ,,. ;n n-,ri;,:,i u,ri.m 'at Purlin an.I which will arain take'
We hope the Illinoi- Schocd of Jour- ' tl'i- -ubject, and I
irt. He found the world very tangled. ,,l',v Kv.nin
ver wonderful, and the blood pounded
vhed enough to look up from the floor I ,n" ln "h velns at tl,e Imr-' J-v o1 " ,
and a-k humbly: "Niggah. who i- you. I An(1 tI,wl one 1a.v ,1(' ftlt --traiigelx ; THE WEAVER
anvhow?'' " ! moved. He took up his pen and put To the Editor of the Cnlversltr Mlssoarlan-
"Wh." replied the little one, blowing idown on Pan'r ''t ''"e knew, why men
'hi knuckle-. "I'- th' pu on you thought
ou wuz when ou come in." Saturday
ulTerod. loved, hated, and forgave what
he him-elf had lived. Forthwith the
world looked up to him. and called him
And often Yvaine. grown a man and
honored, wondered what wa- the -ecret
The weaver with hi- -buttle came
To weave the web of life.
The thread- ho u-ed of gold and
With joy and love were rife.
hall not fail
nalisin at Urbana will produce like, re- lurm-h tin miormation to the
l-ults. It i- a LToat oniiortnnitv for our league 01 oilier countne a so
young men to get into thi highly re- from the Univer-ity of Mi--ouri.'
ispeetable path of public service. I.eb- i
anon (Illinoi- Journal. ! T T will be for the School of Jou
! i I i-m to educate the journalist
0LUME 1, Xumlier 1, of the Um- future, that tnith is a divine,
The cloth he wove wa good and fine.
It wore a velvet -been
It- -parkling hue almo-t divine
With thread- of gold and green.
VOLUME 1, Xui
...t ... ...: ...
Poverty With Books Is Wealth.
If anybody would make me the great- One day a cruel monter sped
e-t king that ever lived, with nalace And o'er it blew hi breath.
becau-e NuiiiIkt 17 i- talking when a-k- ment. She made the local goi eminent land gardens, and fine dinner, and wine. The weaver with his -buttle fled
chi lor tlie -econ.t time. Science may et the pre-ent of a rhododendron planta
add to the telephone a mirror that will tion in Central Park. She made Sag
carry picture as the telephone wire now Hailair the pre-ent of a public -chool.
doc the human voice. When thi- i- Now -ho make- the national government
done it will K- certain th.U there will the pre-ent of an i-land of hi-torie inein
1 le-s display of temper over the tele- jorio-, nearly MO acre- in extent, in the
phone wire-. The average man will -ay ! Hud-on. near Wc-t Point, and it will
rough thing, when talking at a di,-be added to the militarv re-ervation.
and caelum and b-autiful cloth.-, and Before the wand of death.
hundreds of servant, on condition that
would not read book., I would not be Since then my voice i- low an.I -a.l.
a king I would rather be a poor man I -it and only dream
in a garret with plenty of lxwk, than Of the weaver with his -buttle
a king I would rather be a poor man ' And the thread- of gold and green.
tiiriau came to our .tribute, and the foundation of everyV
table this week. From a tvpo- tne. That half of the truth is not
graphical -tandpoint it i a beaut v. Ed- more or le- than a fal-ehood and
itorially it is good of cour-e. As a a fale coloring to an article is lib
new-paper it excel- the production- of .And then again we hoje and
many citie- of twenty thou-and popu- (that the future journali-t will
lation. i cited against scare head-, red
It print several feature column- that 'and -en-ationalim. Educate the
are peculiarly adapted to it- columns avoid narrating the detail- of crii
alone, and in anv caber- would le mi far as no ihle. a it onlv series
lit-, taking it all m all it meet- it- cate other- in crime. We believe:
requirement- admirably, covers every 'the School of Journalism at the
than a king who did not love reading.-Uacaulay.
i St. Louis.
MAt.Y LEE BERRY.
inch oi it.- territory and will unques
tionably put a quietus on -orehead-.
knocker and smart-Alee -tudent-.
There is but one objection which we
ican mterjKi-e, and we do that without
(apology. Further, we would do all in
ver-ity will -one to lift the prof
of journali-m to a higher plane :
fits great influence will be inertas
mar, tne press win become a
bulwark to our liberties; than ef
fore. Rolla Herald-Democrat.
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