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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19, 1910.
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. rhampion of Iowa, 1909,
r,l Admission cr Reserved
GeBr Reserved seat tickets on
St .rvmnasium. 4 to 6, on day
COLLEGE GIRLS MAKE BISCUITS
MOURNING PERIOD SHORTER. FIVE-OUNCE GLOVES FOR POETS I
DYEING and CLEANING CO.
Unexcelled in Dry Clean
ing of Men's and
Women's Fine Garments,
13th St. and Park Ave
Twelve Students Prepare Bread in
Home Economics Class.
Thirty-six different batches of bis
cuits have been made by the Stephens
College girls in the last two weeks,
and not a single batch yes. "batch"
is the jiroi.er word, for Webster says:
hatch, the quantity of bread baked at
one time lias been a failure. The
biscuits were of the brown, Huffy kind
that everybody likes. The eookimr
class at Stephens College has made
different kinds of biscuits at the last
three laboratory periods. There are
twelve girls in the class.
"When the bread was done, we
treated all of our friends." said one of
the girls. "They were in the hall wait
ing for us. They had studied the bis
cuits cooking. We ate the biscuits
with butter and whatever else we hap
pened to have. 1 had a can of straw-
lit rry preserves in my room. They
tasted mighty good with hot bisuiits.
!t was really a surprise to find thai
none of the girls made failures, a
1 soi!". of them had never tried to ccok
I bread before.
i "'Ihe cooking course at Stephen'
i is piaitical," she continued. "We have
j vegetables, puddings and bread this
; M.ir. vt n?n ts:e dine; cut Cib.ies are
j (.k'(i, each girl san,p!es what the
:.lh"rs have prepared. Th's is not one
j of the requirements, however."
The dishes that are used in the pre-
Rarely Do Men Wear Emblems of ' English Bard Is Coming Across to
Really Punish Clitic.
"Ladies and gentlemen In this cor
ner. Bill Watson, the London Terror,
champion heavj -weight poet of Mng
land! In the other corner, Dick Le
Cialienne, the longest, strongest middle
weight singer in America! This bat-
Grief for Persons Outside Family.
Whether we approve or not, it is
undeniably true that the period o:
mourning is being shortened, and the
evidences made less conspicuous than
in tlui ears of the past. Only rarely
nowadays do men wear emblems of
grief for persons outside of their im-j tle will be to a tinisli, with live ounce
mediate faiuilv. I gloves. Markis of Gooseberry rules to
First mourning for a wife covers a
year and for other relatives six
months. During the urst period cml
black and white effects are permis
sibly. The scheme calls for deep hat-
govern, no hittin' in the clinches and
break at the command of the referee 1 f
Let 'er go!"
After the usual amount of lingual
left jabs and conversational upper cuts I
715 Locust Street
722 North Taylor Street
u'- .ntiri; vcur ntronE'cre
Corresncndcrei urged l'i'"3'.i: of the fcod are washed a:i"
,..,p Ci T ni f ' ptit away by .th members of the ':.-.
LUNGSlRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. , ,,,,,,,,, 1: :siVm. tImt.8ia,h .,.,.
Two period.- ur- devoted to l.'ctuiv;.
and the other two to laboratory work.
The class intends to prepare lunch. '.
or their pi uics ami d:shfs for the
tall? hit r in lite jw.
Ail of ! girls in t! e cinking hi;-;
arc emviW in the litrar department
..I the college, and all hut one of them
take ji usic also.
mild, r,7AGt?.'.,-;r. r:n.LOr.
A SATISFY)! SMOKE
Go to WALLER
IT STOPPED THE CONVERSATION
MOBERLY STEAM LAUNDRY
Hai never lost a patron because of
unsatisfactory work. Laundry re
turned within forty-eight hours.
Complete line j
ICE CREAM AND SODAS.
The Little Candy Shop
Six North Tenth Street.
sr . -i TavinFSOfanykir.il I
f..r rrta'.szs. booKlots.
r- .'.s; liter or magazine
. -.vntt to
er" i '"' '' ns. 'vrilfc to
ir Aih's: fa.-.irts: KiJMvAtrs
ii' &"?! S&?U
j Inrcnius Hoarder L'se-;i Cicck to Hush
1 Tirescme Talks over Telephone.
J The new boarder's lirst rciiuer-t was
, :"or a bitu ket to be placed on the wall
' against the tel"phone. The bracket
" being provided the boaider installed
1 thi'rt'uii a clock of imwerful tone. One
1 :corning jus-i after the dock had
'struck lo she was called to the te!
1 jihoite. After a short conversation the
1 :Iock struck 11. In the afternoon of
the same day the new boarder beim-;
. again at the telephone that whimsual
.lock struck -1 a'.'cut ten minutes after
:'.. The landlady observed that the
boarder's clock must be crazy.
"Oh. dear, no," said the boatder. "1
turned the hands and made it strik.v
It is the only way I can get rid o!
tiresome acquaintances. They tali;
:t'id talk about nothing and I just
can't shut them off. Cut when that
clock strikes right up against the tele
phone they see a light.
"Was that a clock striking'.'' they
"I sny it was; "time will fly. yon
know.' Then they take the hint and
ring on. Hea'.ly, considering all the
ielcp'tone bor?s. I know I don't sec
how I could manage without thai
ilo.-k." New York Sun.
black stripes, and black suit, ovcr
.oat, waisicc.at, half hose, gloves and
'1 lie second period of mourning lasts
ix mouths for a wife and three
ninths tor any other relative. In this
iin.e gray is collect and the mourning
band is not worn on the hat. Lilack
ami white encvt-j as well as gray are
The brasfaid cr sieeve band is in
.'.WM.-ui::gly bad form. It originated
in Kr gland as an expedient for ser
vants and others who could not afford
?!it:re charge of out lit.
Atter.tktive at social nifaiis of :;
eivu onions charai tor is not expei t"d
during the first period of liiournin.L
!i ircumstunces make it necev.ary
the only change from customary u.-anc
is in (rijtime. b-ack gloves and cravat,
instead of gray, and in the evening
. loth band, not sUk, on the s'.lk hat.
i'.lack tie ksuI n:tcoat should not ; Wat.-on on both sides ami grilled the
he ssibs-trtuted in t';e evening for tV-1 ejit's to a dark-brown whisper.
t.and, white shirt, either plain or with J tlit author of the serpeut-tongued lady
and the g.-ntlenien who came back
with the shorter and uglier words n.aj
be expected to settle their dilferenco?
in the good old way.
For the bene-it of those who have
missed the opening negotiations he ',
tween these rhyming gladiators, be it '
known that William Watson, an Kng-
lish jioet of sorts, wrote a very un-!
pK-i'.sant poem about a lady with a
snake's tongue. The rag-and-bone-1
.ir.d-han!v-of-hfiir lady created quite a
Ihitter when she made her first at .
psarance in England, esiec iaily wiieu '
she was identifi-d as a prominent ru t- ;
.e--s. but the ruction over "'l he Vain-j
pile" was not a Hr uiustance to ti:o ,
upheaval which followed the aiiiiea.--1
am e of tiie snau2-toi:gi;s.'d lady. i
!li.h:ir.l LaCallienne, on this t-i.U' j
of th At'a'.nic, read Mr. WatsouY i
verses and huiled h:n:sf-l:' iut'i typ--'
with an answer in wiiich !:: toast il
Our sales on
Chase & Sanborn Coffee
for 1908 were three tons
In 1909 over four tons were sold.
The quality and price is unexcelled ;
none better; few as good. Try it
once and you will order again.
white, mv are bkuk studs and links or
black bordered hand'rerchiefs any
longer n p 'oved. These thing; sav
ored ef parading soriow, a.:d hive
wisely been abandoned. The priiiarx
, urpose of Wad is to prevent siu-b
;: !ia: ra--s;rc:;l as in'g'it arise frtu'i
ignorance of bereavetpent on t'n? U'rt
.if tiiose n et. Ilaiirdasiier.
With a Ben-Bon dish FREE.
CONSERVATORY FOR CHILDREN
WOULD OUST ATHLETIC HEADS
W. H. PIKE S'St
Phone 503 Cor. 3th and Cherry
PHONE 848 BLACK
I Will Teach M-jsic to These Under 1?.
i Years Old.
! Ari'LMTOX. Wis. Lawrence I'ni-
vorsity Conservatory or JIusic, which
is about to enter a new, model build
ing, lias just begun a course in music
which is novel among colleges and
universities, in that it gives special
Typewriters and attention to children.
Isualiy, only grown peopie nu
have considerable training are per
mitted to eutyr college and univrr
Dean Harper says of the project:
i i 11C SIUCIV Ui lliU.IIV., iv i,..t;i.
i I..n1.t., 4i.M,iiim lV,r tllO
FRENCH DRY CLEANING ; "Z ,L ' All the neces'sary hng?r mo-
PARLOR tions are more easily accomplished
1 oric on cieannj, prejsina am
Pwlng. All work puaranteid. Wc
call for and d-hver work.
'I A S. 8th. J. HAWKINS, Prop.
R. M. Robinson
Phone 117 0er Peck's Drug Store
, with c'nildren of from ." to 12 years ol
! age. The first. instruct:on is the tnoit
' ir.tportant. Our new department hears
all these matters well in mind."
The course has been so prepared s
to be a sout c e of recreation to chil
dren who are students in the common
NEGROES WILL TAKE CENSUS.
J A. Lous b Son
Evsrytlnng in the
BaW and Confectionery Line
Vch for our new college brand breed
gular dinner - - - 25 cents
Missouriar.s Will Answer Their Cues
tions for the First Time.
Negroes are to be permitted to take toward self help Philadelphia Even
Penn Students Object to Poor Accom
modation for Rooters.
I'enns's Athletic Association is hoe
ing a hard row at present for pro
tests against the management of the
present officers are living fast both
from graduates and undei graduate.
who are dissatisfied with some of the
recent actions of the governing o!ii
cers. For the last of several weel.s
on n.untf-aiious to the various college
papers have torn the ofikers of th
A. A. to slu (ds and left them verj
little ground upon which to stand in
asking for a re-election at the ue-t
meeting of the members of the associ
ation. The greatest point of discus
sion is tin poor accommodations fiv
the members of the A. A. at the recei'.i
Thanksuivipg Day g:tme. when most of
the students and graduates were hud
dled in one corner of the grand stand
jr sprinkled about the Held.
'I he students say that this spoiled
'heir cheering and made them loo'
ic'ic ulcus in the tjes of the Cornell
idiierents whoe cheering was con
:eited, and made a givat impression
because of the smallne-s of their
rowd and the loudness of their cheer
The cry of all communications has
been to root out the old directors am:
elect a new board with young blood,
voir posed of men who have not giown
old in the idea that Pennsylvania has
a student body as well as a payiuir
public. The meeting on December 1'.!
promises to be a spirited one. and to
be a fight of fa tions for the govern
ing of the 'fed anil IJlue athletics
Philadelphia Evening Ledger.
"Coward" was the nicest nar.ic lit
used in describing his feliow poet. a.;d
naturally, this made the Knglish bard
rather peevish. lie is sailing for
America with the avowed intention ot
pr.sting Mi: Lefiallifiine. Mr. LoCai
li'ime savs, "Very well. I'ive ou.n
gloves for me."
A poet's aigument with live oir.ue
gloves should lie worth going a long
distance to see. Beside this battle
of the rhymesters, the recent pink-tea
affair between the eminent Mr. P.
.lawn O'Brien and the justly celebrated
Mr. Anthony J. Drexel Diddle fades
into insignificance. It bids fair to beat
the famous "Battle of the Winged
Omelette." C. E. Van Loan in the
N'evv York American.
MEDICAL STUDENT OUTDONE
Barl-xc-cr Disfigured Man Who Dis
played Barbarous Relics.
Some embryo doctors and students
crave the spectacular, as Dickens
shows by his two barbarous medical
students in the "Pickwiek Papers."
One of the worst laying outs a young
fresh ever got was when a medical
student, showing off, wont into a hotel
at midnight with a newly amputated
hand strung around his neck. Mr.
Student chested out and opened up
his overcoat, like a big chief with a
fresh scalp. Thereupon .Air. Frit
Klein, the big barketp. mauled him
with a burg starter, and after that
he was never . pr-tty as before, but
ever so much wiser. Xovv he is an
army surgeon in th? Philippines,
..here is Lelongs. Barkeeper are at
funny as l.ut'-hers abo.;t some kinds
of jokes. Xew York Press.
ISLAND IS WORTH 34,430,353,Go1.
GIRLS MAY BE CENSUS TAKERS
Ma:ny Apply for Positions as Housc-to-Kouse
Among the applications for posi
tions as cens'us enumerators are mote
than a few girls. 'I he work to be done
is to make a house to-hotise canvass,
raking the names of the inmate.-! of
each dwelling and noting such oth?r
statistics as may be prescribed by the
census authorities. The season for
this is between Anvil 1.". and May 1,
when tho weather will presumably be
iit for a girl to be eir. ployed out of
doors. By all means give tho girls a
chance at this occupation. They can
suroly fill the requirements capably,
and it is greatly to the credit of any
girl that she should show a disposition
Mar.l-attan Was Bought from Indians
The little i.-iar.i! of Manhattan,
which the Dutch traders took over
from the Indians for ?24 in heads and
trinkets, shoued vesieiday a real es
tate valuation of .?l,-!:M.S",;!,i!i;i, accord
ing to the tax assessment books. The
real estate valuation of Xew York Cit
is given as ?ti,3:!f!,lT7.Sii4, an incrcwe
of S2(5T,OC!,:TiS over last vear. Thj
personal assessments for the year
have not been fully made up. Andrew
Carnegie vv.Il iiead tha list with an as
sessment for personal property of .?.",
i)')u,'JfO. Springfield Republican.
The ptoprietor of a meaaiprie re
late.; that one of his lions once had a
thorn taken cut of his paw by a
Frenc h major in Algeria. The Bon
afterward ran over the list of o"icers
belonging to the regiment of his bene
factor, and, out of gratitude, dovou.vd
both the colonel and litut Vmnt-cclom 1
whoac p-aeco were then lilied by th-'
good major. The Argonaut.
..i;.. ......t... , s.r
the census ot vwiuu v-i .-
I ouis and Missouri, according to an
crdcr issued at W.ishir.gton by Fnitc.l
States Census Director Dttrand. As a
r?-ult St. Lcuisans and Missoutian
Talk on "Stories From Sans-Land." i
A talk on "Stories From Son:
will be given by .1. Fniory Pi
euiired to answer persona! ! rector of music of Christian College.
"Gold Medal" Flour,
best on earth,
2.75 per hundred
$1.40 for 50 pounds
v.-itl be r
, motions which will he put to tne..:
bv black enumerators,
"it is the first time in the history of
the state this situation has arisen,
ltret afore Missouri lias been classed
c n Southern state and as such ha.- j
been exempt from negro census enum
erators St. Louis Republic.
The Doctor May I attend you in
health as in sickness?
The Lawyer-May I argue all your
cases for you. none with you?
The Politician I sincerely desire
vn..r nersonal indorsement of my cam-
j j paign for your hand. Judge.
at S o'clock tomorrow night at the col
leg3 auditorium. He will be assisted
by Mrs. Shaw, soloist. The lecture is
open to the public.
Are Ycu Thir.kir.n of Suildi.ig 5 Hcrr.s?
If so. you should investigate the
prices of lots in bsautiful Wosf.vod
and Westiaount. The only two addi
tions to Columbia with building re
strictions, and whore water, lig'U.
sewer, gas, sidewalks and impr. !
streets go with every lot. Twtiitv
eiglit families built hoir.es in the.--two
additions last year, two more have
already bought lots and are n.ak.n?
! preparations to build this year.
I .JUbi in:iiK Ol u over .;"," " -
Inter-Class Sasketfcall Saturday. j vested in homes in ti:e.-e two a'd:
The third s-ries of ganws between tions last year. Would you not like
the inter-class basketball teams will j to have your Lome anion,; these good
be played in Itothvvell Gymnasium people? If so, you can buy a lot
next Saturday aftFrnoon. The seniors ! cheaper now than you will ever b
will play the juniors, and the tresh- able to again. I sell only to home
men will compete with lite sopho-. builders. Respectfully,
mores. The seniors and freshmen are J. A. STEWART,
tied for first placo. (Adv.) Owner.
NINTH and WALNUT
State Normal School
KIRKS VILLE, MISSOURI.
An aggressively up-tc-date Teachers' Ccllece of the best type.
It makes a specialty of vocational studies and how to teach chem
Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Shorthand. Business drresponfonee. Geo
graphy or Commerce, History of Imiu'-trics. Mar.ua! Training and the
practical sciences in well eipiipp- d laboratories. It prepares oeep.'u
to work right here on the earth.
It leads the institutions of Missouri in teaching Library Work. Lan
tern Slide Making, Photo Engraving and Physiography, and in preparing
directors of Music and Art.
It was first in America to devise, build, eipiin and conduct on its own
campus a Model Rural School, with transportation of pupils.
Through its High School Courses and Practice Schools it prepares in
the best possible way teachers for Rural Schools, Graded School and
City High Schools.
The demand for its graduates by far exceeds the supply. Bulletins
JOHN R. KIRK, President.
N to St. Louis
A trip to St. Louis or points East can now b.
made more conveniently than ever before b
Katy to St. Louis
Trai is leave Columbia daily at
10:30 A. M. 1:2S P. M. 11:25 P. M.
The train leaving at 11:25 p. m. has through
sleeping car to St. Louis. It is the only
through sleeping car between the two cities.
Returning sleeping car leaves St. Louis 11:50
p. in. arriving Columbia 7:00 a. m.
All trains from Columbia make connections
at McBaine with
Tha Kaly Flyer and
The Katy Limited.
for ail points i:i Oklahoma and Texas.
17.-.. -irrri-? n r A Krf--C CPO
& H. L. Wilson, Agent
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Student PRESSERS and TAILORS
Phone Us 553
J. G. VILLIAMS
Home of E. Z. Shaves
Modern Bath Roomt.
174 Broadway Phone 288 Black
Call 55 (Double 5) to get the Mis- Cowling is the great indoor game,
sourian business office by telephone. (Adv.) BECKY'S SMOKE HOL'SF.
Transfer and Storage Co.
R. P. SCURLOCK, - - Manager.
plete line of
The Missouri Store.