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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910
ONLY FOUR VETERANS
FOR BASEBALL TEA!
Men lor Tiucr Diamond Must
He Drawn From Fresh
Our January Clearing Sale
Offers the Finest Mens Apparel
At Unheard of Prices.
17' VERY man who forgets all seeming impossibility and takes
the trouble to investigats this sale will be rewarded beyond
his highest expectations. This is our time for quick selling. We
GOOD FRATERNITY CLUBS
carry no goods over from one season to
the next. Come and share in the many
bargains which this sale of the finest
Overcoats Reduced 20 to 333o
Three Big Bargain Lots of Suits
Free choice of up to $25 Suits M c CA
Qr JL vl
Choose former $25, $27.50 or $30 Suits, the
season's choicest styles, at ...
Broken lots of up to $20 Suits
Choice of any Chase y r
or Knox Hat at"
Stock Up On Shirts Now
Men's $1.50 Shirts n r
cut to 6oC
Men's $2 Shirts 1 M
cut to pl.vU
Men's $2.50 Shirts t-J "A
cut to pI.3U
Indoor Practice to Hejin For
Hattery Men on the -J'.Uh '
Only lour "M" n on wi':l I) eligible
lor tl.e baseball U'am this jenr. The
.ire Iind.n. pitcnrr ami outfielder;
Mra-ln ar. hoit"-toji; Alexander, third
nase. and Captain K!"i:t. catcher.
'Ibis- is a er s-n all hunch of et
oi an i! ateri.il to build a eiiairpionship
'cam, s.i: s Cuy S. I.owir.in. b;:t last
ji'jr the unierity had an unusuall
,at nvshn an team. The ir.uornit
baseball mtIci al-o di". sloped a num
ber o! good ball plajers. Anions the
nen haung an excellent chamc to
:iae tho team aio: Lip-comb, third
base; Acoc k, skoil.-.top; O'l! me, scc
ond base; Pratl.er. Haiknej and Cov
ington, first ba'-e; Marshall and Har
iter, pitchers; Ibadle, lateher, and
Collier and Siott, outfielder.
The cage will be set up in the gym
nasium lor actne indoor baseball woik
l"or the batter men .lanuary 20. A
call will be is-ued lor all baseball can
didates to r"pmt two weeks later.
("cadi (I. S. Low man has called a
m"Uiig "I" all men interested tor 4
o'tloik Satuiday atteinoon. Instrue
tions for the season' work will be
g.ven and a general idea obtained of
the material awiilable.
This is the Only Non-Leasable
Ink Pencil Ever Invented.
It will perform writing with ease and
speed, and is especially suited for manifold
ing. Will always write at first stroke if there
is a supply of ink in the barrel, and will
glide smoothly over the paper with least
The screw head for control of ink sup
ply is an exclusive feature of this pen.
Now for sale at
MORE TIME TO PAY TAXES.
The missoeri Store Co.
City Will Take No Action Against De
linquents Until February 1.
The iit council passed a resolution
!a-t night that no p"i:alt should be
in po'-cd on delinquent taxes by th"
it of Columbia until alter I-Y-bruar ,
1. Tlie i:iw requires that delinquent
tapa;.is shall be pcnalrtd alter the
first of .lamia:, but as this has neer'
been doi.e in Columbia, the council e.x-'
tended the time tlii year. !
Join Our Pressing Club.
SERKES, THE TAILOR,
22 SOUTH NINTH
WHISKY SELLER PLEADS GUILTY
m see a Circle - think
1 nflagl?l clotkes 1
- and get in the a
L well- dressed Circle
SMALL BOY NEEDED A SHAVE
They're on sale exclusively at-
Traveling Salesp-an Tells of Troubles
Conductors Have With Children.
"A great deal of trouble whiih arKes.
about (hiblieii iidii'g on railroad
tianis without ticket-, is due to negli
L'eni'e on the pan of the ticket agent-.,"
.aid a naieling man at one ot the
lictel.s the oilier day. "An agent will
sell a ticket to a v. onian and see a
child with her, but will not oiler to
sell a ticket for it. Tiie woman g.'t--on
the tiain ep"u'ng the conducto:
to recognize the child's age as under
The man i elated thi-- incident which
ocuirred on a Sedalia to St. I.ouN
tiain not long a:ro. A wonina and her
son boaided a tiain at Sedalia. When
the conductor lame, he said: ".Madam,
lune ou transioitation lor the bo ?'
Xo, indeed,' she said, 'he has not
passed the age limit. It is getting-'
so a per.-on must cany a birth certiii-,
Parcle Given S. O. Thorpi
S. O. 'I horpe. of Columbia, charged
with iol:iting the prohibition law, i;i
lin d ? 't'H and sentenced to six months
imprisonment in the comity jail es
terda, but was paroled on condition
that lis pay the c j-ts of the trial. He
was instructed to nfrain ftom the use
and sale of li ;uor durii.g his paiole.
lie pleaded guilty.
Dora & Cloney Laundry WATCH FOR THE RED WAGON Weemi Lmmirj
HUFFSTETTER & McKINNEY
We deliver the goods Phone 115 Black
DORN & CLONEY LAUNDRY COMPANY, SOUTH EIGHTH.
NO HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Not Encugh Material to Make a Strong
Colun bia lils;li school will not have I
a basketball team thi ear on account I
of the small immbiv of candidates for !
It was ir:po.-,ible to dee!op a stion
team, the loach sa; s.
Erker Brothers' Optical Company
PERFECT FITTING EYE GLASSES
Repairs returned same day. Kodaks, developing and printing, sterecpticoni,
and slides, art material, white china.
604 Olive Street St. Louis, Missouri
NEW FAVEMENT ON CHERRY.
Council Decides on Improvements from
Seventh to Hitt Street.
That Cherry Street should be paved
from Seventh Street to Hitt Street was
the decision of the city council last
niKiu. i no naeme:u will be fnm
cate for a child nowadas.'
" 'I'ardou me, that will be alright ' K.et wide.
tins tune,' the conductor smiled, 'but .
talce my achice and hae him sinned ! More Periodic! for th sHt
, "American Ait News," "American1
at --- 4 "'W'
ZTi n V5 "
t-'ts .- rxr yAOi.'W- 4v3
before he rides as;ain.
Phone 668 Green.
TAKING JUST ONE PIECE
out of a box of our candy is sin
ply tantalizing jour palate. Xo
one living could be satisfied with
just one piece if more was to te
EAT OUR CANDY FREELY.
Don't stint jourself. There's noth
ing in it that can harm the most
delicate stomach. And the prices
so reasonable that you can eat
nearly all jou would like to with
out feeling guilt of etraagance.
11 North Eighth Street.
DR. R. S. TILLEY ACQUITTED.
I Business Odiege I j
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h st .j. :.. J.itrr Lntidteacirs. Its :
m i.i du. lis in demand.
j B ! i,-er "cr. Actual Ru:ne; and
R.ns.-v: tihirt!i.ind. 'iipcnntisg.
H Iitaut.ful 6i-pai;e Illustrated Cata-
E !o;r tree. rite now.
B Lock Rot O I
Action of Jury Yesterday Disposes of
the Last Case Against Him.
The trial of the last indictment
apainst Dr. R. I!. Tillej. a Columbia
diupgist dial god with :olating th"
prohibition law, resulted in a erdut
of not guilty e-terda aft.'inoon. 'Ill"
cae was tried before M. R. Conley.
who was appointed special judge in
City," "Chicago Record-Herald." "Coun
try Centlenien," "Popular Mechanics,"
"Scottish Histoiical Reiew," and
other peridoicals hae been added to
the list of those recehed at the gen
eral library of the Unhersity of Mis
MISSOURIAN WANT ADS ARE
FILLING THE PEOPLE'S
WANTS QUICKLY AND SAT
VANT AD AND YOU ARE AL
MOST CERTAIN TO GET
WHAT YOU WANT.
THE COST IS SMALL.
Hannibal Wants Tuberculin Test.
Dr. I). T. Luc Key, state eterinarian.
is attending a meeting of the Shoit
luirn Die-dors' a-.-.H fcuinn in Kansa
, City. As s0n a y: .,;tn- return?
be and his deputy will ai range to go
to Hannibal. Hannibal passed an or
dinance riMjuiring all tattle in and
around tl ere to be tested for tuberc.i
Ioms. Dr. l.ucKov and his deputies
will make thi- test.
Medical Library Open at Night.
The medical libiary will be open
eery night iiom 7 to 9 o'clock for
two weeks. The students in the School
of Medicine petitioned their faculty
that th" library might be open at these
hours to accommodate tlio-e who hae
classes from S o'clock in the morning
till 4:C" o'clock in the afternoon.
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p. Within tl bin Is nf the s.i li-"itr
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'uiuunit. I'lfTrEMit ir.m sp . 1 ii.l ill ratr
rirt ii-,f rl. ,at.!ir rlst L'lrnay
Vrit-t yr..-tur ilar m r.-.
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WABASH TIME CARD.
Meeting cf the Dairy Club.
I. O. Haherson will speak on
Minnesota Creamery I'.utter," and R.
i:. Hundertmaik will talk on "Cream
ery Practice" at a meeting of the
diversity Dairy club in the Hoiticul
tural Duihling at 7 o'clock tomorrow
win T.iik rin n.-hor c i i
The Rev. V. Jasper Howell ot the1 Seniors Win Another Game.
Rapt St Church of Columbia, will tie- The senior team won it- second game
lutr ;. lecture on Robot t K. I.ee in the of basket ball in the interclass series
i. -m. l. a. .vuditorium Sunday. Mr. eterday afternoon,
Howell is a YngMiian. He will speak sophomores, 45 to .j.
o: l.ees acbieements and character, beat the junior.-
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Dr. Hill to Speak in St. Louis. "Jim" Williams Is on Trial.
Dr. A. Ross Hill, president of the The case against James Williams,
I'nhersity of .Missouri, will deliver, the Columbia negio barber who is'
the mid car commencement address nn-nsnfi nf iinimin ti... ii,.. 1... ,i...
.. , , .u.m.uj, t,. ii4, u. aiun
, ing customers on Sunday, is on trial
I in circuit court today.
at i eatman higli school, St. Louis, Jan
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For the Bath
For the Toilet
THE DEPENDABLE KIND.
Popular brands- popular prices.
The Drug Shop