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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1908.
Columbia's Big Steam and Chemical Cleaning Works
IN ITS FIFTH YEAR
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Regular University Courses
Given in Several Towns
ADVANCED STANDING AWARDED
Plan Benefits Teachers and
Students Who Expect
to Come Here.
In its fiftli year the Univer-ity of
Missouri et en-ion work has begun suc
cessfully. The committee in charge i
composed of Dr. .1. C. Jones. Dr. Isidor
Loob. Dr. 11. M. Bel Jen. Prof. F. W.
Coker. President A. Bo
Hill and Dr.
X. M. Trenholme.
The object i to have regular courses :
of the Unhor-ity given at convenient
centers in the -tate by in-tmetors from
the faculty here. Thi- i- for the benefit
of teachers who desire advanced stand
ing, for thoe who wish to enter the
University in the future and for anone
who desires extra credit-. Lecture- are
given every two week- and a ignment
of study are made at that time. Those
who do sati-factor work receive hall
the credit given at the Univer-ity. ,
Advertises the University.
This method brins- the student- in '
elo-er much with the rnier-iiy. They t
may tome to the -ummer -chool. or
they may enter the University having
.-ome of their work completed for their
Freshman year. It al-o makes the Univer-ity
letter known throughout the
state. The Univer-ity i- opposed to the
torrespondenie -chool method.
At Kan-a- City eour-e- in American
Government are given by Dr. I.oeb. in
English by Dr. Belden and in Sociology
by Dr. T. ,1. Biley and Dr. C. A. F.U
vvood. Other et en-ion center- are -Top-lin.
Carthage. Mexico. Nevada and M.
.lo-eph. At Si. I.ui- a eour-e in So
ciology i- given in eonueetion with the
St. Loui- School of Philanthropy by Dr.
The work i- -elf-upporting. epen-e-of
the lecture- i--ing paid by the va
rious center-. The epen-es are not
heavy, a- the '-vturer- receive no etra
COLLEGE PRESIDENT IS
PERHAPS FATALLY HURT
Head of New York Institution Injured
m Runaway Accident.
CLINTON. N. V. Nov. 2. Mel.methor.
Wool-ey Strvker. pre-ident of Hamilton
Colle-To. j. jn a iritkal condition at hi
home iiere from injurit- received in a
Dr. Stryker to"k a eat beside hi
driver in a carriage at hi- home on
College Hill to go to the village, and
just as the vehicle wa- tuminz from the
private driveway into the main road
the hor-e b-lted and da-ht-d aero- the
highway and the carriage went into a
deep ditch beside the -teep hill road.
When some student- reached the spot
they found Dr. Strvker uncon-ciou- and
bleeding from the no-e and mouth and
with a ga-h aero- hi- forehead. The
driver had three rib- broken. Both were
carried tv Dr Stryker" house and Dr.
Hamilton Clinton was summoned.
None of Dr. Stryker's limb was
broken, but indication- of more serious
injury were found, and it i feared
that he ha- suffered concussion of the
brain or other internal injury.
Dr. Stryker remained uneonciou
nntil early evening, when he wa- able
to an-vver a few que-tion. His con
dition is considered verv danerou.
Blue-Blooded Porker Here.
The Univer-ity of Miouri has added
to it stables a new blooded porker
Itaron Premier a Ierk-hire boar, bred
in royal purple. Thi- aritocratic pig
gie is one and one-half year- old and
weigh 47o pound-. Hi- ance-tors have
carried off many blue ribbon and X. II.
Gentry, of Sedalia. from whom he wa
purchased. believe he i the be-t bred
animal he has sold in many years.
Take your Watch ad Jewelry
There's Quality in Our Work
The Western Standard Trade Mark
Kansas City." Mo.
Has Circled the Globe Three
Times to See Sin of
NOW ENGAGED ON A BOOK
Fasted Nineteen Days Before
Beginning the Labor
LOS AXOELES. Xov. 2. Alex. C.
Jeffrie-, father of James J. Jeffries,
champion pug of the world, has re
turned to Lo- Angele- from one of his
long trip- alwut
the world preaching
j the Oo-jmI. He is writing a book which
' he call- "The La-t Meae to a Lot
World." In order to complete this
work, this unique character says h will
have to visit Norway, Sweden. Russia,
and one or two other countries, to se
cure -ome missing data.
Before starting on his book. Mr. Jef
fries fa-ted nineteen day, not on ac- Parisian Will Build Garfltre
count of the value to the bodv of ab
staining from food, he -ays. but be- ;
cause it i- by purification and fasting
that all utterances that will live have
Kvn in-pired. His work is the result I
of twentv vear- -tudv of the Bible, he
declare-, and three tours of the world :
to -ee the sins of all nations.
The father of the champion of cham-
pions some years ago was quite '
wealthy, but he gave away all hi- prop-
erty. declaring that it i- not seemly
tor a -ervant of God to show- any lack
of faith in hi- master by providing for
hi- Jaily need-. 'When he starts on his
lone journeys, therefore, the patriarchal-looking
old man take no money
with him. depending from day to day
upon voluntary contributions from hi
di-eiple- for his modest necessities. He
ha- a horror oi newspaper reporters
s:id photographers, and has never eon--exited
to po-e for his picture. He believe-
that the world i- growing worse
in-tead of better, and i a vigorous de
nouncer of the saloon, the prize-ring,
the dance hall and the race track. He
has never been known to enter the
-aioon conducted by hi- son in thi
iity. Mav Never Return.
Mr. Jeffries was asked ye-terday:
"Do you expect to make a prolonged
-tay abroad, or to return soon,?"
"Maybe never:" he replied, earned!".
hammering the floor with his ebony
cane "I live entirely by faith, have
no thought of the morrow, go and come
'a- I plea-e. and trust in the Lord to
provide." Hi- new book must, he says,
be printed in si foreign languages.
"The world that live- by its belly,
and he that ion-iders the things of thi
' earth, and no: the un-een. spiritual
thing-, i- an abomination." thundered
i this ieorous old man. aailing the sin
of -cvity. Here are more of his statement-.
"If all men woud keep the
Commandments there would be no need
' of policemen, soldiers, clergymen, busi
ne men. ploughmen, thieves or sinners
in the land: for all these labor for
money." Reminded that he at one time
owned 100 acres of choice real estate in '
this city, he said: "Not a dollar of it is
mine. I gave that stuff away and went
on my spiritual travel. I live entirely
by faith, and never have been deserted
by the Lord."
"And in your travels do you not
often uffer because of lack of money?"
"If I did I would not tell you. For it
i- by -utTering that man attain unto
ORIENTAL COLONY TO
Students From China and Japan Will
Wear Native Dress.
The Oriental Colony. eompoed of the
-indent- of the University of Missouri
from China. Japan and the PhiliDDines.
will entertain their friend next Friday
venins. in the women's par'or of Aca-
The Oriental student want to get ae-
quaiuted with their teacher and fel-
low -tudent- and hope many will come
to -pend an evening with them. Xo
formal invitation will be ent out.
The program will conit of Oriental
mu-ic and -peeches on Ea-tern topics.
The Chine-e and Japanese students will
appear in their native costume.
I Synod Coming to Columbia,
j The Synod of Missouri of the Pres
ibyterian church voted at St. Jo-eph to
I hold its next ses-ion. beginninc the sec
!ond Tuesday in October. 1000, in Co
lumbia. The Rev. Dr. W. W. Elwang.
pastor of the Columbia church, preached
the opening sermon at St. Joseph.
Library Open Tomorrow.
Although all University exercises will
lv su-pended tomorrow, election day.
the general library will remain open.
W. J. McGrath, Mgr.
ROOF GARDEN FOR
on His House for Flying
PARIS. Xov. 2. Paris is reallv taking
time by the forelock if such a thing can
le done. M. Gustave Morin, owner of a
large house on the Boulevard Bonne
Xouvelle. has arranged to build a roof
garden with every facility as a station
and garage tor aeroplanes. All the new
lea-cs in the building contain a clause '
for the consent of the tenants to the i
M. Morin says the day ot aerial ve
hicles is here, but there is no place in
Paris for them to land. There is. he i
-ay-, too much traffic in the streets and
the public places are blocked with mon
uments. He is glad to be the first to '
remedy the difficulty and encourage '
progress. Iron uprights project over the '
roof from the support of a large shed.
A second movable root, which can be
orvened on the annroarh of the flvinsr
machine, will be built. There will also
le space in the building for a tool shop
and a reservoir of gasoline.
George A. Whitney, of Springfield, ' -- -'" . - " """""" ,
Mass, Emulates His Father. he Ln"ry ' Missouri and is now
lliterarv editor of the Baseball Maga
FITCHBUKG. Mass.. Xov. 2. George zjne of Boston.
A. Whitney, millionaire real estate Mn Crov took a promjnent part in ,
owner of Springfield, married his sten- i iiterarj- v'0rk in the University, having
ographer. Miss Sadie M. Russell, in this been a member of the Asterisks, and "
city. The wedding was the culmina
tion of a five-year romance. Whitney
i- the son of Andrew Whitney, the
Springfield man who caused a sensation
many years ago by marrying a servant .
Miss Russell is an attractive young
woman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank I. Russell, of Springfield. She
entered the employ of Mr. Whitney. ,
who is junior partner in his fathers J
large real estate firm, five Years ago. I
ENGLISH SCHOLARSHIPS '
FOR WOMEN STUDENTS .
Clara Howard, of New-
Enters Girton College.
LOXDOX. Xov. 2. Several months
aso it was announced that a scheme
was on foot to do for women what the
Rhodes scholarships did for men. It is
understood now that the first woman
scholar. Miss Gara Howard, has come
to thi country from the United States
ami has gone into residence at Girton.
Mrs. J. Mayer, as chairman of the
Education Committee of the Society of
American Women in London, started
the movement, 'vhich was taken up with
enthusiasm bv the societv. and then a
foundation was laid for collecting the
-um of $1,500. which enables Miss How-.
a to enter at Oirton tor one year s j
There was no time to ask all the j
universities of the United States to (
compete at the examination, which .
wonld have meant delay for another j
vear at least, so Miss Howard was
ihosen on the recommendation of Mrs
Whitelaw Reid and of Dr.Xicholas Mur
ray Butler, president of Columbia Uni
versity. She is 27 years old and has
already proved herself a lecturer of dis
tinction. She had to give up her lec
tureship at Columbia University this
winter to come to Girton.
Fine Hunting in Streets of AthoL
ATHOL. Mass.. Xov. 2. Within a
week an unsuspecting partridge was cap
-tured in Main street by a small boy; a
bold fox came to an untimed end in the
-ame thoroughfare: a venturesome deer
was killed by the cars at the railroad
-tation. while a black bear which recon
noitered the town in a hurried departure
carried with it a miscellaneous collec
tion of bullets.
Cor. 8tK and Walnut
ALUMNUS WHO IS
TO BE LECTURER
DEACON" CROY TO
' Former University Student
Writes That He Will
Go on Platform.
Word has been received in Columbia
that Homer Croy. known to his friends
las "Deacon." is coins on the lecture
.l.tin.., vt. -.- :- i r
a member 01
editor of the 06 Sa vitar.
He was a
member of the Delta Tau Delta fra-,
ternity and the Q E B H senior society. '
After graduation in 1P07 he did Sun- ,
day "feature" work for the St. Louis
Post-Dispatch before going to Boston, i
PUSHING WHEELBARROW j
ACROSS CONTINENT i
Colonial Jack" Hopes to Complete Hike
in aoo Days.
SPOKE'S, Wash., Xor. i-Colonial
Jack,' whose real name is John A.
Krohn. walking from Portland. Me., to
Portland, Ore., trundling a wheelbarrow
on his hike of 3,750 miles acros the
continent in 20 days, is expected to
reach Spokane in a short time. He left
the coast of Maine on June 1 and at
present according to his schedule, he is
500 miles ahead. He will have covered
3.300 mile whn he reache this city.
His best walk wa forty-four miles.
in one day and 200 miles in a week,
going through western Pennsylvania
and eastern Ohio. He carries a small
book, in which railroad agents, post
master and village officers write their
names and the date and time of his
arrival. Letters received in Spokane
state that Krohn will pass some time
along the California coast after com-
pleting his long tramp, going thence
to Honolulu. He will make the return
trip in a regular train, if he is suceess-
ful in covering the di-tance within the
WANTED: Several good '4rustles',
to sell the University MIssourian. Any
one afraid to yell need not apply.
Good money can be earned. See W. I
Clemmons at 211 South Seventh or at
the Stephens Publishing Co. plant.
"Old Missouri'' in High SchooL
In the printing office of the Manual
Training High School, Kansas City,
-Old Missouri. Fair MIs-ouri," is
printed on the same sheet with Man
ual's Ode. The two songs are sung in
Manual with equal loyalty.
Subcription to the Uxtveesitt Mis
soukiax is $2 for the school term, $1.25
ia semester invariably in advance. Sub
Tungsten, Tantalum and
Gem high candle
Student Lamp Shades
C. W. Furtney
Take Independence Avenue car at Union Depot.
JAMES KETNER, President and Manager
OLYMPIAN CANDY KITCHEN
Fresh Candies Every Day Best in Columbia
ICE CREAM SODA 5 CENTS 1010 E. BROADWAY
TIGER BARB Ell SHOP
Five FirsUClass Barbers
Splendid Equipment and Best Service
W. Will PUas, You Cio. Vs a Trial
GOOD THINGS TO EAT"
Fresh Every Day Get Qur prices
Phone 2o VAN HORN BL SMITH
Self Indexing Ledgers
j ' fK
AH shoes are made b much
the same way.
Here's the differeece.
Sjvkh White House SSoes fit
it r f rossaTy fcmEng fit Not
the Fit that takes three weeks to
break in. But the graceful ill that
feels snug the first time. Andstavs
-" siauaui au umes.
f jyJTE HOUSE SHOES.
For Men $ao0 to $6.00 For Wcmen $350 to $5.00
Where Quality Counts They Win"
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THEM
High Class Moving Picture Show
Nero and the Burning
WDOVT MISS THIS
Peck's Bad Bov
We Cater to Ladies and Children
M. S. U. Students
American Plan, $2.00 to S3.50
European Plan, $1.00 to S2.50
That annnalty lave In labor S00 to 9B6M
or cost. Made is both loose leaf and
bound. Samples tree. Address. Dept. 5
m KOI SXVKB GMT AM. Mimm Cjj. ,
THE Newlyweds and their kid
""" o orj- uouy ease eat
Nadja Caramel Chocolates
and Pin Money Gum Drops
Made by the
On sale fresh
every day at
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