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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1910.
State Champions of Iowa, 1909,
Friday and Saturday Night
' 21-22, at 7:30, Rothwell Gym.
r neral Admission or Reserved
25c. Reserved seat tickets on
Ie at Gymnasium, 4 to 6, on day
DYEING and CLEANING CO.
Unexcelled in Dry Clean
ing of Men's and
Women's Fine Garments,
13th St. and Park Ave
715 Locust Street
722 North Taylor Street
We solicit your patronage
LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo.
Former Columbia Woman is
Awarded Decree in Kan
WIFE OF AN ARMY OFFICER
Will Have Custody of Dor
othy, J)-Year-Old Daugh
f n TURKISH
MILD. FRAGRANT, MELLOW.
A SATISFYING SMOKE
20 ydr 15?
Go to WALLER
MOBERLY STEAM LAUNDRY
Has never lost a patron because of
unsatisfactory work. Laundry re
turned within forty-eight hours.
Mrs. Rubey Rowling Rutherford,
formerly of Columbia, was granted a
divorce yesterday from Henry H. Ruth
erford, a United States army surgeon,
ranking major, now stationed in the
Philippines The case was heard be
fore Judge Seehorn's division ot" the
circuit court in Kansas City. The de
cree was granted by default. Mrs.
Rutherford was given the custody of
her daughter, Dorothy, 9 years old.
Mrs. Rutherford, whose maiden
name was Rowling, is a sister of C. R.
Rowling, president of the Exchange
National bank in Columbia. Her par
ents are Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowling,
who live at 1100 Walnut Street, Co.
lumbia. In testifying against her husband.
Mrs. Rutherford said he drank ami
gambled. Once when they were sta
tioned in Montana, she said, lie lost
$o.".0 in one day, and she had to send
home for money to pay his losses.
Mrs. Shepard, the wife of Captain
Shepard. stationed at Fort Logan in
IH'-ner. and .lames K. Goodrich, judge
of the circuit court, who know Mr.?.
Rutherford in Columbia, were both
witnesses in behaif of the plaiiitiU.
They said that her character was be
Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford were mar
ried in Columbia in January, lttuu.
They lived together until February,
Dr. Rutherford has an acquaintance
iu Columbia. He was graduated from
the College of Arts and Science in
1S9G and two years later was grad
uated from the School of Medicine.
SO JOKERS SENT HIS TRUNK
ICE CREAM AND SODAS.
The Little Candy Shop
Six North Tenth Street.
SHORT HORN CLUB RE-ORGANIZE
When you need illustrations
and cnsravinKS of any ktna
for catalogs, booklets,
newspaper or magazine
advertising, write to
E. W. HoBitr, Pro.
Artists: cjrsvm: PWe-'VnAirs
214 Cheltnut Straot
Cai:bt SI LOUIS KewYork
J. P. Bennett v.Vas Elected President of
the Short Course Students.
The Short Horn Club, an organiza
tion of students in the short course
of the College of Agriculture, was re
organized last night. The members
of the club discuss agriculture and
other current topics. Meetings will
be held every Tuesday and Friday
night. The officers elected last nignt
were: J. P. Rennett of Lees Summitt
president; V. W. Langston of Spring
field, vice-president; H. R. Kennedy
of Golden City, secretary and treas
urer; J. A. Fowler of Sedalia, sergeant-at-anns.
With a Bon-Bon dish FREE.
Ask for it.
ONLY TWO IN HOSPITAL
W. H. PIKE &3ft -ik
Phone 503 Cor. 9 th and Cherry
Macbeth Still in Dangerous Condition
Miss Bouchelle Improving.
Only two patients were in Parker
Memorial Hospital today. They are
Miss Emma Rouchelle of 7o2 College
Avenue, who was burned by an explo
sion of gasoline while cleaning gloves
at her home last Friday, and J. F.
Macbeth of St. Louis, a-student in the
senior class of the School of Law.
Mr. Macbeth is in a dangerous condi
tion, suffering from peritonitis.
K. A. lkenberry of Leeton, Mo., a
junior in the College of Agriculture,
who lives in Renton Hall, was dis
charged from the hospital Sunday.
ENGINEERS TO DISCUSS STUNT
PHONE 843 BLACK
FRENCH DRY CLEANING
"pot work on cleaning, pressing "and re
pairing. All work guaranteed. Wc
call (or and deliver work.
" A S. 8th. J. HAWKINS, Prop.
R. M. Robinson
Phone 117 Cer Peck's Drug Store
Arrangements Will Be Made at Meet
A meeting of the engineering stu
dents will be held at 7:30 o'clock to
night to discuss the plans for their
annual stunt on St. Patrick's Day.
They also will discuss the advisabilitv
of cutting classes on that day. Some
are in favor of cutting classes with
a provision that only the minimum
penalty of one hour be deducted from
J- A. Long & Son
Everything in the
Bakery and Confectionery Line
atch 'or our nr college brand bread
Regular dinner - - - 25 cents
FRESHMAN FALLS ON ICY WALK
E. L. Ereckner Limps Eecause cf a
Klmer L. Rreckner, a rreshman in
the College of Arts and Science, suf
fered a wrenched knee-cap as the re
sult of a fall on the slippery sidewalk
in front of the Columbia club yester
dav afternoon. While the injury will
cau-e him to limp for several days, it
's not considered dangerous. Mr.
Rretknor looms at 13.10 Kast Rroad-ay.
"Gold Medal" Flour,
best on earth,
5 per hundred
U0 For 50 pounds
TO OPEN NEW DANCfc HALL
Elks Planning Annual Reception and
Dance for February.
The Klks' annual reception and
0-uu-o which will be given February
4 probably will be held in the new
dance hall on South Eighth Street.
Committes for the arrangement o:
the entertainment will be appointed
at the next meeting of the Elks.
Call 55 (Double 5) to get the Mis
sourian business office by telephone
Friends Thought H. W. Blakeslee
Went Calling Too Often.
H. W. Rlakeslee had called upon a
girl living at a boarding house on
Turner Avenue so many times that
his friends sent his trunk over and
placed it on the front porch. When
the joung women who live at the
house started to class the next morn
ing, they were surprised to find a
trunk with a large pdlblV-e dwb
large trunk with a large placard, "H.
W. Rlakeslee" at the front door.
Rlakeslee is a junior in the School
of Law. He rooms at 005 Sanford
Place. It is said that he has not yet
n.ade friends with his joking associates.
L MURPHY BE
THE NEW COACH?
Athletic Board Considers the
Yale Halfback for Roper's
MISS STONER VISITS SORORITY
Grand President Inspects Kappa Kappa
Gamma Chapter Here.
MNs Edith Stoner, grand president
of the Kappa Kappa Camma sorority,
is the guest of the Missouri chapter.
She is making a tcur of the Western
and Southern chapters. This is the
fourteenth chapter she has visited this
Miss Stoner was graduated from the
University of Missouri in 1101 and is a
teat her in the Independence, Mo., high
s. hook The Kappas will give a tea in
her honor Saturday afternoon. The
I'm ultj woii'"ii and sorority members
ha'.e ben invited.
WHAT WALTER CAMP SAYS
No Definite Action Yet Phil
Kinjr is One of Those
On the List.
The Missouri Store (Jets New
Charter To Enlarge
Frederick Murphy, halfback on the
l!oy Yale football team, is being con
sidered as a coach for the University
of Missouri football team next year.
"Murphy is well recommended by
Walter Camp of Yale, and was a star
halfback last fall," said Prof. W. G.
Manly, of the Athletic Committee, to
day. "Our si arch for a coach has
nan owed down to about four men.
.Murphy is one of these.
"Murphy wants to ionic to Missouri
and believes that he could make a
When asked if Roper had volun
teered to help Missouri select a coach,"
Prof. Manly said: "Roper has said
nothing to me on the subject."
Many students have expressed the
belief that Phil King would be the
"Phil King has not been selected,"
I said Mr. Manly. "He is merely one of
the men being considered. It will be
at least a week before anything defi
nite can be given out in regard to a
A new charter was received ester
day by the Missouri Store company,
from the secretary of state of Mis
souri, authorizing a change in capitali
zation from $S.ti'.,fi, all paid in. to $:'.u,
UDO. The company deemed this nioe
practicable because of the growing
business of the store.
"We will add other lines of goods
to our stock from time to time," said
Elmer Gary, manager of the store, this
morning. "Since the opening of file
store we have received calls for goods
which we hadn't dimmed of handling
belore. .i is our aim to carry a com
plete stock of goods. For instance, 't
might not be impractical to add a line
of drugs and todet articles in the fu
ture." Moie floor space may be added
to the store soon.
BRIGHT FOR NEBRASKA GAME
NEED SENIOR GIRL PLAYERS.
Coach H. J. Norton Wants More for
Basket Ball Team.
H. .1. Norton, who is coach of the
gills' senior basketball team of the
University of Missouri, is not satisfied
with the size of the squad he has to
"The seniors played well last Satur
day," he said today, "with only seven
or eight gitls out. However, a cham
pionship team cannot be picked from
these and I wish that all of the seni-ir
girls who have ever played basket ball
will report next Saturday at Rothwell
(Ijmnasiiim at I) o'clock.
EOYD GETS 250 JUDGMENT.
Jury Votes Attorney One-Fourth Fee
.Iam"s P. Rojd, the attorney for
Vincent D. Phelan in the case of Mrs.
Lizzie Vantine against the adminis
trators of the estate of John Rutler,
"King of RIackfoot." was granted a
fee of i.'iii by a jury in the circuit
court yesterday. He sued for 51,0ml.
.Im'g- I.. M. Pwifler, attorney for
Phelan and Mrs. Mary Rutler, has filed
suit for a $7."U fee. This case will be
tried at the next term of the circuit
Cornhuskers Are Willing to Play a
Football Game with Mis
souri Octcfcei 22.
Missouri may plaj Nebraska at foot
ball October -2, next 5 ear. The sched
ule of a game for that date depends
on whether or not a tentative date
w ith another team can be changed.
"The manager at Nebraska has
asked for this date and their terms
are satisfactory," said Prof. W. G.
Manly today. "We expect to arrange
the date. St. Louis University has
adopted the one-jear rule and is also
TO MANUFACTURE LENSES.
Ells Optical Company Installs New
"The increased optical business in
Columbia and Roonc county lias made
necessary the enlargement of our
plant," said Dr. R. H. Ells, of the Ells
Optical company, this morning. "There
is a much greater demand for glasses,
spectacles and opera glasses than ever
"Enlargement of our plant will be
gin in a short time. We have been
able only to lit, grind and shape the
lenses, having the irregular lenses
made outside of Columbia, but we ey
pect to install a surfacing machine
wilic h will manufacture lenses fivni
the raw materia!."
Dr. Ells organized the Ells Optica!
company five months ago, which doec
a retail and wholesale business.
PASTOR TALKS ABOUT LEE.
TRACK MEET FOR SATURDAY.
With Favorable Weather, Events May
Be Held on Rollins Field.
An iutor-departnient track and field
meet will be held next Saturday. If
the weather is favorable and the out
door track is in hape, it will be held
on Rollins Field. The results of this
meet will determine the classes in
which the men will compste in th"
net try-out. The field events w'll
start at '.'. o'clock and the track events
at 4 o'clock.
Confederates Heard the Rev. W. Jas
per Howell This Morning.
The anniversary of Robert E. Lee's
birth was celebrated by the Daughters
of the Confederacy today. The Rev.
W. Jasper Howell, pastor of the Fii?t
Raptist church of Columbia, delivered
an address on the "Life of General
i.ee" at the Elks club. The veteran
were invited and many of them were
Mr. Howell will deliver a lecture on
"Robert E. Lee" in the Y. M. C. A.
building at 2 o'clock next Sunday afternoon.
Our sales on
Chase & Sanborn Coffee
for 1908 were three tons
In 1 909 over four tons were sold.
The quality and price is unexcelled;
none better; few as good. Try it
once and you will order again.
BIBLE COLLEGE TO CELEBRATE
MUSIC BY "FARMERS'" QUARTET
Dean Sharpe Prepares for Rejoicing
over Success in Raising Money. '
Arrangements are being made b '
the Rev. C. M. Sharpe, dean et the
Missouri Rible College, for an enter
tainn ent to be held at the Christian
church Febiuary 4, to celebrate the
raising of $100,UU0 for the college.
Agricultural Students to Sing at Land
The agricultural quartet of the Uni
versity of Missouri will furnish a part
' of the ir.ii-'ii' for the Land and Indust
rial Congress which will meet at
Springfield, Mo., January 20. 27 and
2v Th" quartet is composed of E.
W. Rice, first tenor; A. A. Jones, sec
ond tenor: E. II. Rernard, first ha;
II. E. Hopper, second bass. All are
students in the College of Agriculture.
Journalism Teachers Visit K. U.
Dean Walter V.'illiams and Charles
G. Ross are in Lawrence, Kas., today
attending a meeting of tiehnrs of
journalism. They will return tomor
row, ai-con.panied by Arthur Rrisbane.
Call 55 (Double 5) to pet the Mis-
sourian business office by telephone.
Are You Thinking of Euilding a Home?
If so, you should investigate the
prices of lots in beautiful Westwood
and Westipount. The only two addi
tions to Columbia with building rt
strictlons. and wheie water, light,
sewer, gas, sidewalks and improve1
streets go with eery lot. Twenty
eight faiiiiiies built homes in tin .-e
two additions last jtar, two more have
already bought lots and are makii.g
preparations to build this ear.
Just think of it o-.er $15o,-)J0 in
vested in homes in these two addi
tions last year. Would ou not like
to have jour home among these good
people? If so, j 011 can buy a lot
cheaper now than you will ever b
able to again. I s( 11 only to home
J. A STEWART,
(Adv ) O-.ner.
NINTH and WALNUT
State Normal School
An aggressively up-to-date Teachers' College ct the best type.
It makes a specialty of vocational studies arid how to teach them
Dookkec-ping, Typewritirg, Shorthand. Rusine Correspondence, Geo
graphy cf Commerce, History of Industries, Manual Training and the
practical sciences in well e.pn'pp d laboraturj.-s. It prepares people
to work right here on the earth.
It leads the institutions of Missouri in teaching Library Work, Lan
tern Slide Making, Photo Engraving and i'l.j Biography, and in preparing
directors of Music and Art.
It was first in America to devise, build, emiip and conduct on its own
campus a Model Rural School, with transportation o. 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. Rulletins
JOHN R. KIRK, President.
It's Quicker Better
NOW to St. Louis
A trip to St. Louis or points East can now bt
made more conveniently than ever before b
Katy to St. Louis
Trains leave Columbia daily at
10:30 A. M. 1:25 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. m. arriving Columbia 7:00 a. m.
All trains from Columbia make connections
at McBaine with
The Katy Flyer and
The Katy Limited
for all points in Oklahoma and Texas.
For tickets and berths see
H. L. Wilson, Agent
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1E FOll THEM!
For Vesi jp C'osii Pocket
CSismm JL.e-i3sr ssncl a ilitsiiKiiiafl
a n (I i" oilier inirioN(K.
INSIST ON YOUR DEALER "H- w Otf"fc!r
SUPPLYING YOU WITH AN JB."Ji JLP J KT M. 2s.
I II I I I I 'ill I I liW ! I Hi I
G7e and tfiarman
Siudent PRESSERS and TAILORS
Phone Us 553
J. G. WILLIAMS
Home of E. Z. Shaves
Modern Bath Rooms
i 174 Broadway Phone 288 Black
" 72 "
Transfer and Storage Co.
R. P. SCURLOCK, - - Manager.
plete l:ne cf
The Missouri Store.