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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1910
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Our January Clearing Sale
Offers the Finest Mens Appare
At Unheard of Prices.
jDVERY man who forgets all seeming impossibility and takes
the trouble to investigate this sale will be rewarded beyond
his highest expectations. This is our time for quick selling. We
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 3330o
Three Big Bargain Lots of Suits
Free choice of up to $25 Suits t1R C
(Continued from rage 1.)
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Choose former $25, $27.50 or $30 Suits, the
season's choicest styles, at
Broken lots of ud to 20 Suits
Choice ot anv
Stock Up On Shirts Now
Men's $1.50 Shirts n?
cut to IvC
Men's $2 Shirts & 1 ftn
cut to tpl.vv
Men's $2.50 Shirts di CA
cut to $i.u
' gieatet oik in the world except the
i building of groat industry. It is the
wer' of forming public opinion. As a
proic-sion. it stands ft th2 top. A
newspaper :aan Ins a legitimate right
to i!itcre.--t li'n -e!f 1:1 a:sj thing."
Mr. Mr-i-banc a- asked this que.
t:on: "Whj do the Hearst newspapers
us- larger headlines than 'i:any other
"Use idea of u-irg larg" Leadlines
wa.-. is' own. I had been m the news
paiT bu-'i:c-s iouitC'ii ;.ars when I
L -tt.sn i.) v.oik an editor oi the Xe.
t.iL .loi. nia! and I hadn't .vient thu-
ii::itt.! jear.- for i.i'tl.ii! I want' d
if -;ile to 'now wLe.v I wi-, and bo
siLs I anted to il.tel-'-t tlie ."."'in or
i; mm iii slojs in Xe. V :K Cit in
tin- .Journal. '1 he Woiid at that tim l
had aii t'-e cnemiig ci.ul.i'ioii. In he
da;. h we 'Juldn't see an;. thing el-e on
the streets excepting .loiinial-. anil in
a we 'k the WolhI u-"d a red, white
and blue If iter twice a-- iarge as our.-..
The-e heads La.e b""n somewhat
moditied now, Mine our papers ha e
beiomo better Known.
"There is a good held for women
in ne'vpapt : work. Women on newspaper--
wu-t write a the think, not
as they think tney should think, i
livening papers are largel read by wo-1
men and women und.-r.-iai.d the needs
of the woman reader. V'c hae three
women on Hearth' new.-papers wiio
are getting salaries twice ab large as
an otlier menibers of the staff, ex
( ept I'ditois." i
HE WORKS AS KE TRAVELS
tj Because we were once more first
on the market we succeeded in again
bring together a large assortment of
new and secondhand books at especial
ly low prices.
Draughting supplies will be sold at
a surprisingly low price, too. You
will not be asked to take any other
than standard goods, either made by
Keuffel & Esser Co. and Eugene
The Missouri Store Co.
WATCH IT GROW.
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ONLY FOUR VETERANS
i U!i U.'i-JLblLL I LlU ,0a. tlis a.t-rnoon fcr .Nw Yoik.
Erisbane Acccmpanied by Private Sec
retary He Dictates to a
l'on awaj irom liib olliee Arthur
linsLane 1-- a worker. He is aceom
pani"d on hi travel-. b Knul Stein-liou-i-r
o! Xf-w York, lii-- s-eeretary,
who carries a folding t pewriter and
a iihfiiKgiaph into which Mr. IlrHbane
diitate.-- his editorials.
At Lawrence. Kas.. jesterday Mr.
trisbane s-:ioe to the lir-t tonfoienre
of teai !i'r- ot journalism. lie ai rived
i.t Ltwritue from Chicago too la'f
to addr.-. tlie students in aseniblv.
Hi- p'ace on the prog! am va filled
bj Dean Walter Wilha':.-. of the School
Alter ti:e tonference a dinner com
p!iirf".arj to Mr. HrNbane was given
.it ti.f Lldrc dge hotel. Chancellor
Sirong 01 ;h l:mer.ii of Kansa-
.; -id--!. Wil'iam Alle:. White was
oil'1 o:' t'ie -peauc :-.
M' I'vi-'it 10 wa- at ""'iianied fro;
Join Our Pressing Club.
SERKES, THE TAILGR,
22 SOUTH NINTH
Dora & Clocsy Laundry
WATCH FOR THE RED WAGON
HUFFSTETTER & McKINNEY
We deliver the goods Phone 115 Black
DORN & CLONEY LAUNDRY COMPANY, SOUTH EIGHTH.
yh tip t,t rnr-T t is t
see a Circle -think
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-ana &ei in me
0 THEY MAY DO A "STUNT."
Engirccrmg Studc.-.ts Petition Dean
Phs.v For a Holiday.
The students in the School of Ilngi-
".iee'-ing at the I'nheisit; ot Mi-ouri
decided la-t night in petition II. 15.
I .iia, i.i-aii oi lae r-i aooi 01 i.ngineer
j ing, tor a holida on St. 1'atriek's. day
l'niC-LK'C to IsciXlll tor , tll t':ig.ncix stunt day. It ha
been the custom for the engineering
student-- to ut elaa.-en on thi dav
wlieu the celebration is held m honor
of their patron saint. 15ut according
I" n, on will lio i;ii.i i" iue new ruling ot the univerMtN.
Men in:- Tier Diamoiui I list
Uc Drawn l'"roni Frc-sh-
111:111 Nine. '
GOOD FRATERNITY CLUBS1
Uatlcry Men on the 'Jiltli
Erker Brothers' Optical Company
PERFECT FITTING EYE GLASSES
Repairs returned same day. Kodaks, developin? and printing, sterecpticonj
and slides, art material, white china.
604 Olive Street St. Louis, Missouri
umj lour J
for tlie baseball team this jear.
The a" students who cut on holidays de-
are Haden. piuher and outliehler; 1 tl:u'e,i h.v students n.ay have an hour
They're on sale exclusively at-
taken 110m their university
C0S3Y TO TEACH MATHEMATICS
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Ilrashear. slioitstop; Alexander, third
ba-e. and Captain Klein, catcher.
This i.- a ery small bunch of et
eran materia! to build a championship
ti air, sa;.s (lui S. Low man, but last
j ear the unhcisit: had an unu.-ualh-
I last freshn.an tc.u.i. The fiateiuity
I baseball --eiie-- al.-o developed a num
, ber of good ball plajers. Among tlie
! men haiug an excellent chance to
j make the team ale: Lip-comb, third
base; Ajcods. sliortstop; O'llvrne, sec
ond base; I'lather. Hackney and C'o-
iugton. first base; Marshall and Har
per, pitchers; P.radlej. catcher, and
Collier and Scott, outfielders.
' The cage v. ill be set up in the irym
na-ium lor act.ve indoor baseball work j More Periodicals for the Students,
for the battery men January 2X A, "American Art Xev.s" "American
can v.iu oe i.-,ii(?u ior ail baseua 1 can- ru, -f!,;..o 1. 1 n 1.1
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Alumnus of University Gets Chair in
Iivrou C"o-Uj in Mound City. Mo.,
has been elected piote-or of mathe
matics in the Slate .Vormal School at
Kirk-il!e. He lias been principal of
the high sehool at Mound City scneral
1 Cosby i-, a graduate of the College
I of Arts and Science ot the L'niversity
I of Mi-soui i. While here lie specialized
I in mathematics.
Phone 668 Green.
uidaies to report iuo weeks latsr.
Coach O. S. Low man ha- called a
inoniug of all hkh interested tor 1
0M01K Saturday atteinoon. Instruc-ti'-n-
for the -aon's work will be
iri'ii and a fPi.eial idea obtained of
tl.e material aa.I;.ble
try Ceiitlenien," "Popular Mechanic,"
"Scottisli HNtorita! Keien," and
other peridoiiaU iiae been added to
the list ot tlio-e mehed at the gen
eral library of the l'niversity of Missouri.
TAKING JUST ONE PIECE
out of a box of our candy is si
ply tantali7;ng jour palate. .'
cue li ing could be satisfied w
just one piece if more was to
EAT OUR CANDY FREELY.
Don't stint oiirself. There's net
ing in it that can harm the ec
delicate stonuuh. And the pne
feo reasonable that :-ou can e
nearly all ou would like to wa
out feeling guilty c'" extravagant
11 North Eighth Street.
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NEW PAVEMENT ON CHERRY.
Council Decides on Improvements from
Seventh to Hitt Street.
leading Businsss College o5 Anerin
;-n o Si' IP "d -". rt.K'iO
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tr.i. 't-; 1.1 d-m.u.
P k cp "C Actul P""2c and
F - t-.. r;-.i.id. i-i; c nt:r:il,
II '.. .-liUu.Mat 31.it ts.
Pi act : 1 fiS-ae Idustrated Cata
lu iree. Si 1 ::u .
Lock Hot O
B s sTS
ii -j Zy
MISSOURIAN WANT ADS ARE
FILLING THE PEOPLE'S
WANTS QUICKLY AND SAT
WANT AD AND YOU ARE AL
MOST CERTAIN TO GET
WHAT YOU WANT.
THE COST IS SMALL.
Medical Library Open at Night.
The medical library will be open
eiery night irom 7 to 0 o'clock for
two weeks. The students in the School
of Medicine iir.ritniiir.il tl,..;,- r,,.,,i.,-
That Chprrj Strcvt sliould be paved that the library miuht be 01.cn at these
hours to accommodate those who haw
riasst s from s. r' io U in the morning
till 4:3u o'clock in the afternoon.
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WABASH TIME CARD.
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irom ?eenth Street to Hitt Street was
t"n deci-ion of the lty council last
night. The pavenK-m will be fortj
Meeting of the Dairy Club.
.1. 0. Hal'.erou will speak on
( "Minne-ota Creamery Uutter." and II.
K Hundeitn.ark will talk on "Cream
:: Practice" at a meeting of the
I'nr.er.-ity Dairj rlub in the Hortic'.l
tural Huilding at 7 o'clock tomorruw
Seniors Win Another Game.
The senior team won its second game
of bakct hail in the interchip seiis
esierday r.iterncon, defeating the
sophomo. r-s. 40 to .".. The freshmen
beat the juniors .2 10 C.
Call 50 (Double o) to get the Mis
ouriau buines office by telephone
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For the Bath
For the Toilet
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THE DEPENDABLE KIND.
Popular brands popular prices-
The Drug Shopf