Musical Comedy Blooms Here
Amid Applause of Packed
NEW STAR IS AN IMPROVEMENT
Chorus Pleasing, and Music
is Tuneful Enough to
Kur the Mvninl time tin- "Flower f
the K.uH-li" lilomtu-d nl tin- Columbia
Thriller Sat unlay niglit. ami a "'-landing
khiiii m!" si-iii le-lilied tint t'
limil.i.in- like this p.titkiilar aiiwy
bi-t year it a Mabel ltarri-im ami
.loo lliiwanl wh' -tailed ami the ta-t
luu'k f (In-ill :i a littl.- st longer
porlmp. bill .! 'ie Huston, who pl.ned
llu- i:iit of Hnui-r. i- bolter adapted
(o (In- ui( Hum u.i- Mal-1 Ikitii-xm.
Kii-ilt-tii-k. Kiiigli.-. h pl.nod -lai-k
l'niiiiiiii. (lii loading niali- part, wa- big
:iiul good looking 11"1 I''"1 a ,:ur ,,'",M"
loioe. -o (hat lii lart a- not di
appointing. IMwiuil llunio. who pliiod
Skiu-ii 1st t joiir. i- -till with the eotu
jiany mill In- I'oim-ilx i- olio of the
lu-M foatuio of (ho -hoxx. llo i- little
ami rod ho.idod. but a- ho -a-, that i
linir toditaty in (In f.miih ami hi.- hu
mor i- quaint ludior than of (ho -lap-jack
Music is Pretty.
Soino of (ho ilm-t- au-l ohoru- woik
oailoil foith topeatod oiiooio-. The mil
mo i- pietty. a- no.iil all .loo llow.ud'-inu-io
i-. ami -01110 of tho air- "ill ho
uhi-tlod on (ho -Moot- for week- to
i-oiiio. Mu-t S. Von Cue" niul
"Wateliing tho Nino Smoko I'ml" were
(ho liit- a- far si- lunofulno goo-.
Tho ohoru- (" fifteen gill- wa- aloo
(ho aoiat;o in iippoar.uioo aiul thoii
.-inging ami danoing -Unwed omoful
dulling. l'io oowpunohoi- oon-titutoil
tho malo ohom- au-l thoir pioture-pie
oo-tuuio- athloil a- nnioli to tho jil.tx
ji- thoir lio. oiiv- :tililol to the
Tho M-eiteix -how oil 'ttuo "wild
Wo-t." IVitr -kin ehaji-. i-(ol-. -om-bioro-.
anil -pur- were tho eo-lumo-for
The plot wa- of minor impoit.uioo. a
it i- -uppo-oil to Iv iu mu-ioal eomodj.
lmt (heio were ivea-ion.il ton-e mo
ttient- when "the p.ivr-" ivoupiod the
limelight: ami when a Moio.m a
killo.1. It wa- tho formal opening of tho
luiit-o for tlii- -oa-on. and the audienoo
ietuine.l -mil a favorable ordiet on
the prinluetion. 'Tho "Flower of tho
K.uirh" i- a civvl -how.
Siib-etiptiou to the l"MKKITY Mis.-.-nn:i.v
i- ?2 for the -ehool term. Sl.io
:i -onu-tor imaiiabU in adniv. Sub-.-erilv
TaVc your Watch mad Jewelry
There's Quality in Our Work
Far thr Studrnt and fft Proplr
TIy Simply Lead
CAXDISS MADE FRESH
BVEK Y Vt A Y
fancy ISoxes. Try Our Candies
Xa 11 Xorth Kuhth Street
W tvIn iv. V -v . .r . t t ..
1 A . vx hv .1 yx.
:.H.tI'.'!r.lrr .CtumM.M. .
moot every requirement II
a well :is the highest ex- II I
I yvetatums. $1.30 up.
clvstt veapopy a co. u- H
Printer-Journalist Copies the
Account From the
"INTERESTING AND INFORMING"
Comments on Need for Such
The National I'lintor-.binrtiali-t. f
Cliioago. in its ourrent nuiiiher. leprint.
in full, a- "inlere-linji ami iufoiming"
tho L'nior-ity .Mi ouii.in ".-tory" about
tho -tatowiilo pl.i.igionnd inovoiiielit,
lii-t piintod Oo(. IX Tho iirtielc i- in
doilmeil in (he National I'lintor-.lour-nali-t
with an editorial paragiaph.
whieh wo iUito iu pait:
"With (ho enngo-tiug if populalion.
(he matter of iilav"ioiunl- in Until our
l.ujre oitio- uml -null eitie- i- Uoeotning
of huge iinportanee. ami (ho pre
ha- tho opxirtunity of dealing with
auot her lino of ell'oit aiul of awakening
inteio-( anil lining good. Sonieone lia--aiil
tha( plit i- in-anily ami c are
inelineil (o think fiom oli-erva(ion lha(
there i- eoniiiif; to W a -;ooil ileal bor
iloiiu on freny in (ho popular a mi
ni" lu-el-all ami foot hall.
Need for Playgtounds.
'('hililion mvil play out in the open
ami it -houM he of a nature to -ul--oro
uu-utal. moral ami phy-ioal health
ami -tioniith. ami the people noeil in
-ttuetion wi(h ioj:aiil (heroin. 1'nili
leetoil plax i- fioijiioiKly injuriou- ami
ileinoialinnj: ami inlluonoi- -uriouml
flu play- of the ohihlren. that aio niKoil
(needier in our -ehool-. that eall alnml
(or losjiihKinn ami olimimuion. When
wo were a lo (he -ehnnl (oaoher
tlmulK it ui-iniluil. ami a plea-mo if
not a iluiy. in go ou( ami ininjile w it It
(ho loy- in (heir play. There i- littlo
.lonlit that, e-ptvially in our largo oitio-.
ehiliheir mo lioini; i(i.itoil mul ileinoral-ii.-l
1 i.-iou- anil eriuiinal iiillueuee-
(liat miiilit he axoiileil by proper pla i
grnuml- ami proper -uperi-ion ami ili-
nv(ion iu (heir play-. The work ha-
been umlertaken to moot the neoil anU
(o work a lefoimatiou and (here i- ,
abuudanee of information within ro.ieh." j
STUDENTS IN RACE RIOT
Jews and Pan-German Fight for Pos
session of a Stairway.
YIKNNW. Xo. h". -The autas;onini
between the pan (u-inian and the .low-i-h
-indent- of the l"nier-ity ot
Vienna develope-l into open oonftiet to
day. Throe hundred member- of the
Uobrow Student-" Corporation appeansl
at the unier-ity at an early hour and
bhvkaded one of the main -tairea-e-.
Soon the pan-Cernuu- puliorod in
foree and tomnl the -tairoa-e. and
in the miiUt of the ticliting a portion
of the luleotiy eolkip-ed. ter a him
drol -indent? went down with it. -onie
ot them Ivin? -eriou-ly injured.
Methodist Meeting. j
The Student Volunteer Band had
charge of the services of the Meth
.odist church yesterday evening. i
Miss Noll Uurgess told of the his
tory of the organization and its aims, j
Mr. E. J. Allen, who has been
teaching in Japan for three years,
spoke of the work and the kind of
men and women neoded for it.
S. 1 'Wilson, secretary of the Y. ,
M. C. A. in Columbia, spoke of the
opportunities in each of the foreign
Alumnus Acting Dean.
C. K. Adam-. A. M.. M. !.. who wa
ur.idiiaitNl in Asnricultnre from tho Uni
er-ity of Mi onri in l'o. aftcrwanl
takins hi- Art- degree, ha- ju-t Kvn
made Acting Dean of the College of
Agriculture and Uirector of the E
ivriment Station at the Unhor-ity of
Arkan-as. llr. Adam spocialired in Kn-
tonwlosv. under Prof. J. M. Stislman.
He i now lVofessor of Entomology in
the lnivcriiv of Arkan-a-.
Helmreich Returns Hone.
I W. Hi-lmroh'h. Knsinvr. W. "ho
ha Kvr. ir. tho lirV.or Momorial Ho
jutrtl .inoo August -t. h. no to
IVonvillo. hi homo, whoro ho "ill ro
cujvrato imtil tho -eoonii omotor. Ho
tTorI irova upjvjuiioiti and compU
oaoa anl at ono timo lii- condition
wa orion. Ho iil tsndorsw another
ojvration Ttwnksivin;. whioh will loop
him oontinoii tor anothor tv rook.
Alumni as Speakers. i
John C McKialsy. lieutenant-gor-ernor
of Missouri and republican nom
inee for United States senator, and
M-rcer Arnold, lawyer of Joplin. Kvth
graduates of the University of Mis
souri, were speakers at the republi
can banquet in St. Louis Saturday
UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16,
W. J. McGrath, Mgr.
PICTURES IN EXTRA
Wagers Made That They
Were Taken Here
(Contlnuptl from First Tace.)
from tho gridiron to the plant, and
wtoto a piediro" s-tory of (ho frame,
de-oribiii"; (he erowd and (ho appear
aueo of tho team- a- they ( rot t odd onto
Another a-i-tod in "making up" the
lteforo the jramo. student!- in the de
partment of .Inurnali-m wrote headline-
eowrinjr ovory o iblo eontin
j;eney vietory for (ho Tigers, their de
feat or a drawn battle. The half tones
were plaeed in the 'forms' beforehand.
Pagi- two. three and four were elo-ed
l'raetioally all the work was done by
students in Journalism, under tho di
reetion of their instruotor. Tho stu
dents obtained front it a valuable
konw ledge of (ho mediods by whieh
now- i- tranmi((ed and handled under
pi i tire.
It wa owing to the oveellent service
olTeted by the employoi of tho Stephen-
l'ubli-hing Company, and to the faet
that tho studen(s were elear-headoil and
worked rapidly that the extra appeared
FOLK NAMES COMMITTEES
Junketing and Auditing Bodies Will
Begin Work Tuesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, November 16.
Gov. Folk' has aunounced the ap
pointment of the junketing and au
The "junketing'' committee, which
derives its appellation from the fact
that its members visit and inspect
all of the State institutions at the
expense of the State, consists of Sen
ator A. H. Drunert. of Montgomery
county, ehairman; Representative J.
T. Muir. of Lewis county and Repre
sentative H. R. Braswell, of Putnam
county. Mr. Braswell is a republican
and the others are democrats. They
will report the conditions of the State
institutions to the Legislature.
The auditing committee examines
the books of the auditor, treasurer
and other State departments. This
.-ommittoo oon-i-ts of Senator E. B.
Fields, of Linn county; Representa
tive W. H. Sherman, of St. Joseph,
and Representative H. B. Ledbetter,
of St. Francis county. The last named
is a republican and the other two
Both committees will meet in Jef
ferson City next Tuesday and organ
ize by electing a secretary for each
body, who will receive $5 per day.
Alpha Chi Sigma Initiation.
Tho Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity, com-po-od
of ohomitry indents which a
installed at tho Unirity of Mis-ouri
la-t year, mot Thursday night and in
itiatovi tho following a aotive members:
William Saul Smith. Albert Rter
(.Towdor. .Tame Elmer Wiidish. Jatne-
Ctithbert Lawrence. Charle- John Boner
and O-oar CTwrle Sohafor. Dr. P;iisl
Schweitzer, and Dr. K. B. Gibon were
made honorarv member.
High School's Publication.
The Oracle i a ereditable high school
paper R-ued by the students of the Car
ton Hie High School. The ia:T is com
posed of Ve-por Armtrong. managing
editor; Minnie Blankonhip and Mario
Brown, associates: Orland Armtrvng.
buines manager: Klie Van Idour. cir
culation manager, and Virginia Jones,
LOST: A Kappa Sigma pin. Satur
day. Xov. 14. Liberal reward for re
turn to Kappa Sigma houe.
Big Steam and
Cor. 8th and Walnut
PENALTY FOR HAZING
WILL BE DISMISSAL
Head of Illinois University Warns Stu
dents. U1IHAXA, 111., Xov. It!. Pre-ident
Kdmund .1. James, of the Uimer-ity of
Illinois in an addres- to the students
dooloared that hazing will not be toler
ated, and that any student found guilty
of it will be dismissed from the univer
sity. "Hazing i- a violation of good man
ners and of the right of individual
liberty," he said. It is provocative of
public disorder. Iu its milder forms it
is a non-ensical and almoit idiotic form
of amusement, unworthy of the support
or favor of any sensible university stu
dent. In its coarser forms hazing is a
Milgar. brutal, always demoralizing and
sometimes dangerous form of sport,
which the university cannot counte
nance or tolerate."
TARIFF REVISION IS
UNWISE, CONGSESS SAYS
No Substantial Changes Are to be
Bj United Prtss.
WASHINGTON'. D. C, Nov. C The
outlook for a sub-tantial tariff revision
is unfavorable a- a result of the in
vestigation of the Ways and Means
Committee. With a few exceptions the
witnesses have opposed tariff reduc
tions, claiming such a move would ruin
Congressman Boutelle. of Illinois, said.
"It would be the height of folly to
expect tariff revision to benefit con-um-ers.
No matter what Congress does, the
indiwdual eon-umers will pay just as
much. The onlv real beneficiaries of
(revision would 1h the importer and
i jobbers, who would make greater prof
JUDGE JACKSON L. SMITH
DEAD IN KANSAS CITY
Graduate of University of Missouri
Expires at Age of 71.
Judge Jackson L. Smith, graduate of
the University of Mis-ouri. died Satur
day morning at his home in Kansas
City, at the age of 71 years.
Judge Smith was elected in 1S to
the bench of the Kan-as City Court of
Appeals and served sixteen years in
that position. After retirement he be
came a member of a Kansas Citv law
firm, but did not enaase activelv in the )
I practice of law. His wife, formerly Mi-s
t Fannie Chappel. sister of Philip E
Chappel. is living.
OPERATION ON HENEY
Bj- rrJteJ Pres.
SAX FRANCISCO. Xov. 10. F. J.
i 'Honey w-as toiiay ucee fully operated
'on. and the bullet wa removed. He
is greatly improved, and hi- doctor ay j
1 ho i out of danger.
Reports from the trial indicate that ,
Kuef is badly frightened as to the out-
come. It is rumored that he may plead ',
. guilty and throw- himelf on the mervy
of the court. '
H. B. Stephens Moves.
H. Bunco Stephen, of Bunceton. Mo ;
; has. with his wife and son. moved to j
Hereford. Tex., to live, where he will j
ensaw in farming on an extensive .-aIe. ,
' He has lSOacre- of land, mo-t of which j
i w ill le H'wa in wheat.
' Stcdent Directory is Out.
! The Student Directory of tie Tnl-
versity of Missouri has been coa-
pleted. It -was compiled by C P. Dyer
laad "Curly" Ristine.
Misses Edith Baker. Emma Bettu.
r.UULQ Via. --VilU trrT. i.i sv.-i..
Campbell and Emma Starbuck. co-eds
of Washington University, were guests
of tho Pi Phi sororitv last Saturday.
Chemical Cleaning Works
Get j-cur size in a pair of dainty
White House Shoes.
?: Vm,r iWt
shoes snug pliable smooth
They are built over foot-form
lasts. That's why
1 v 'Trv if vi urnni-
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Splendid Equipment and Best Service
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Take Independence Avenue car at Union Depot.
JAMES KETNER; President and Manager
For Facial Mattaxm, Scalp TrmaU
mant. Manicuring, Shampooing,
Elmctrlcat Drymr used, e
Jteom 403 Exchange Bank Bldg.
The Largest Hasufactsrers ia the Wcrli
of 0cia! Athletic Supplies
I Cl.i. Uniforms
- ice 3tvaies :"
Official Implements for all Track
a0 FieM Sports
Spal-iic"s hacisaraely illustratei cata
logue cf all sports cotais sunwroua ssg.
est:os. Mailed free everywhere.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
New Ycrk St. Louis Kasas City
in. You'll find the
Trftv. sniicr. ssv-nmnir new snoes.
White House Shoes.
Fcr Mea $350 to $6.00
Where Quality Counts They Win
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THEM
That annually save In labor S00 to 30004
of cost. Made In both loose leaf and
bound. Samples free. Address, Dept. 5
THE HCGH STZrSEfS COJUViT. Jcffcnoa Glj, ,
T" H C
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American Plan, $2.00 to $3.50
European Plan, $1.00 to $2.50
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" OVC TMC ROCHCSTC
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Grandma's Christmas Story
Music Hath Charms
We Cater to bdies and Children
THE Newljrreds and their kid
0...-J V .
. eryooay eise eat
Sadja Caramd Chocolates
and Pin Money Gum Dropi
Maic by the '
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