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MONDAY. MAY 30. 1910.
TZ IN MEMORY OF THE NATION'S DEAD
Journalism. tte UnivtriUj ot Hiasoun
Hiir.t g. Ria:Gt
ioarrTE. Csisrorr. . .
.Adverasisr Macagrr. .
EAtT.E- BiDJG. PlEildtal.
Ooxxox Fishie. Secretary.
y. tV. Coott. Treasurer.
J. B: Fosrux. J. E. Pussoy.
X. B. CanLDES, K. K. L tea err.
;. r. Wm.-i.uu. C. A. HxiVEY.
OFFICE.' I? -VOKTH EIGHTH TIO;ET
Entered at tie PonoEee at Co'.umbu. Ko.u
tecosci-claii ai! :,:ter.
HsTAilaalr ia Adrtoee. B7 Mail cr Carrier.
$2:00 PER YEAR.
ADYSBTIBEr HATES ON APPLICATION.
&ddfu 11 eommcaicaliGn to
- SUPPORT THE MILL-TAX
The proposed method of. supporting
the University of Missouri by a mill
tax of three cents on the one hundred
dollars valuation of property in the
Htato is a simple one. It makes pro
vision for a permanent and satisfact
Pew persons in the state of Missouri
with any interest whatever in educa
tion wjil not fail to sign petitions
for the mill-tax if given an opportunity
The difficulty is in reaching the peo
ples It rests upon all alumni and stu
dents of the University of Missouri
to-see that their friends and associa
tes are given chances to sign the pe
titions. The time is drawing near when the
mill-tax petitions must be in. A laree
number of signatures are yet neeess
sary to bring the proposition before
the citizens of Missouri at the polls.
The petitions may fail because only
a few men have not been reached.
Let every person interested see that
this' does not happen. Thoroughness
in obtaining names will win the day.
Alumni and students of the univer
sity, it is up to you either to win or
to lose. Which shall it be? (live the
proposition your faithful and unflag
ging support and you will win.
The students who fail to take a
petition for the mill-tax home with him
is not loyal to his institution. It is a
worthy cause to woVk in the interest
1 pf.the JQilltax.
COLUMBIA'S COMMERCIAL LETH
ARGY. Columbia's-past commercial lethargy
has been due to the inadequacy of
railroad facilities. And although de
cided Improvement has been made in
the last few years, she has not outgrown-
that commercial lethargy yet.
The only way for a city or town to
become commercially active and pros
perous is for it to be provided with
through railroads or electric lines.
From present indications Columbia
is In a fair way to get a through elec
tric line, which undoubtedly will give
an impetus to commerce. ' Electric
lines' not only build up a town through
which they pass but the surrounding
country as well.
Columbia has grown to be a city
of such size and importance that her
commercial side must not be neglect
ed. Commerce must not be dwarfed
and underdeveloped; it must make
proportionate progress with the rest
of the town. It cannot afford to long
er be characterized by lethargy and
sluggishness. The town.and its citi
zens must see that railroad facilities
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THE FASHION SHOP
Thanks the students
for their splendid pa
tronage this year and
wish all a pleasant
m EaLwiMnEA2C'& "
ON VEDNESDAY, JUNE 1st,
1 ui sen nazoiuteiy wimout reserw or b bid u-j, and bew
tiful building lots in beautiful YWstwood. A nur.ib'-r t: tn-.-e lots are
the best in the addition and will be sold to people who v,e. ' to build
good homes, while a number of them will be cheaper Iots f. r smaller Jl
homes. The fact that 25 good people built homes in Wes-wood and
Westmount last yar proves that thej ar pre-eminently thf- b-st addi
tions to Columbia for the best hor.e builders. Make u; year nind
right now that you will attend this sale and buy a lot, fur never again
will 1 offer Iots in Westwood at public- auction.
TERM;?: Onfourth cah. on-- fourtn Jsti'iary 1. It'll in.' balance
a you hke it. or oue third ca.-h. mi- third or.f jear aftf-r date and
one-third two year.-alter date with .--ven p-r t-nr mttr.-st. ..r -wo per
c?nt oft on deterred payment- mr th- wh-. v.-h ,.a ah.
J. A. STEWART,
:ard-n and fruR.
ruiniaiieu or, Tn ht t-nw oiHurnn-'
uni'iirriUhl A,...!.- , ........ ...:. ...1 ! i."-.'-f-'iWV(. OIIULl'
,. ;M''"J "" i" "" "' "- l.r modern i-room reahleqejjon
.. l.ange. Kxchange Hank. ri, .. xS'lr.
vti. v.i.i-i,-i xi-kTr.; iujuiiutru.yi.ur
GYPSY VIOLINIST LEFT FORTUNE nection with the domestic c-conomv
1 . .
tratmns. nor i.- to be a school tor
or any o.T.ce po-it.on. Inipiirt
Edith KuUon. Unj Paquin St.
. for one. Same to be Iebfgrebopl yard
ion similar terms.
Dr. J. A.
The Audrain County Republican
committee showed its interest in bet
ter education when it strongly endors
ed.' and recommended the mill-tax for
the future maintenance of the university.
May 30 and 31 Convention of
State Association of City Letter Car
May 30 to June 4 Final examinations.
Friday. June 3, 'J p. in.. Phi Delta
Phi banquet. Alpha Zeta banquet.
Saturday. June 4. 'J p. in., Tau Iieta
Pi banquet. Delta Theta Sigma banquet.
RENT FURNISHED AND TV)!? wfvt vivi unnv 'irm
u-JOi munczy nayea oeiore Koyaity tiaininc teachers, but in it will be torn-1 "ntnraishod rooms ior light houteke-i- :m house, on
ana oavea t3u,uuu. billf.(1 the. elements or s-condarv and ! lng ac -,yi South ''& Call after G
JiiUAi'tsi I.ajos Munczy,
"king of g.psy violini-t."
the Rev. Shailer
11 a. m., Baccau-jcame from the jewelry which ladies of from th.' elementary chool. will be
the Hungarian aristocracy used to tear able to pay without any severe strain
oil and throw at him when they were , on the re-ources of their parents.
carried away by his paMonate playing I
of the wild melancholy Hungarian na-1 Open Each Evening.
tional tunes and dancer. Richmond ' The Missourian office will be open
Virginian. jtill nine o'clock each evening this
Mathews, D. D.
Monday, June S. 10 a. m.. Class Day
Exercises; 0 p. m.. QEBH banquet;
S:30 p. m.. Senior ball.
Tuesday, June 7, S p. m., Senior play.
Wednesday. June S, 2 p. 111.. Buine
meeting of the alumni association. 7:
30 p. m.. Alumni addres, b:3u i. in..
Phi Beta Kappa banquet.
Thursday, June 9. 10 a. m.. Com
mencement exercises mlilrnas l.t-
James Hampton Kirkland. LL. h., !hundrC(I I!liles of c!'cie paper, black
Conferring of degrees, 12:30 p. m.. A!-jall(1 I'uri,le- wcre us0(i ' le citizens
umni luncheon.. S:.-.n i m V!nna,lr;nn 0I Toroio and other Canadian cities
I .It" jn flllp 'hnriN A tM.irtnonw.nr 11 ill
-.....- . v..w.. .. tvjlHii'.JlLlilUlil ill
died here ue lna,ie ju Senieniber. whn thr-
recently at the age or 63 year--. leavins school, will be opened at the council's
property 01 the value 01 about .?4:,o.-; technical institute in Vicent square.
"n,' iWe-tinin.-ter. It is intended bv a
He has played before nearly all Eu-' course extending over three vears. to
ropean monarchs. inclndins Kins Ed- ln,in bo by scientific methods in
ward, and was a particular favorite of 'all branches of cookerv and the art
the late Empress Elizabeth, who used ' making pastry. Boys between tlu
to listen to hi-- mu.-ic for hours at a jm o: 14 and 10 who have completed
time, and gave- him many costly pros- the elementary school course will be
ent'- ! eligible, and while fees are to b"
A great part of the violinists fortune (charged, ti.es will be such as bovs
LOST IOTA BETA PHI PIN. Sl"R
mounted with pearls. Engraved M. K.
L. Return S. P. Douglass. ..i Col
lege ave., and rec-ive reward.
week to accommodate those who wish
to renew or subscribe lor the paper
t yt-ar at the special rate 52.nO per
Toronto Draped in Black and Purple yt.ai, ,f ou ca1-t lhw w ca
on Kings' Death. !,ih, ,i,., ,i,v , ; ,1,.. ..,.;.,
........ .s ... - v...-, .ui.il, .14 luc t r isilillfc.
or you can mail your subscription.
A HUNDRED MILES OF CREPE
APPLETON Wis.. More than one
by the president and Mrs. A. Ro.-s Hill
to the alumni, the graduating students
and the guests of the University,
in the mourning decoration-, in mem-
are authorized to
A scientist says he has discovered a
method whereby he can convert old
scrap Iron into gold and silver. It
would be a good idea if he were em
ployed a while in Columbia id work
oa that heap of scrap iron near the
It is about time for some definite
understanding to be arrived at in
regard to the building of some sort
of an electric line for Columbia. Every
week's delay has a penalty attached
to It which the town itself must pay.
Remember your influence. There
are- many unseen eyes closely watch
ing the "college man" to see what the
effects of a year at Missouri Univer
sity has done.
Notice to Candidates for Teacher's
Students to whom teacher's certifi
cates are awarded can obtain the same
after the Commencement Exercises by
applying at the office of the Secretary
of the University, Room 3, Academic
Students leaving Columbia before
Commencement Day can have their
certificates forwarded by leaving their
addresses in the office of the Secre
tary of the University.
ory 01 the late King Edward, the pap-1 William T. Johnson as a candidate for
er having been made at the plant of .Tudge-at-Large 01 Boone county, sub
the Tuttle Press Company of Apple-! ject to the decision of the Democratic
voters at the August primary. ;
Notice to Students in Military.
All men who are not going to Neva
da will please turn in their uniforms
to the commandant Saturday. Those
who are leaving before then will call
up the commandant and arrange a
time for this. Those going to Nevada
will turn their uniforms in on re
turning. These uniforms are univer
sity property and must be turned in
before any credit is given for any work
taken in the university.
C. A. ROCKWOOD.
Cadet Colonel and Commandant.
The order comprises four thousand
rolls of paper, one-halt black and one
Each roll measures about one hun
dred feet and the aggregate of the con
signment is calculated to be enough
to decorate windows and streets ot
most of the larger Canadian cities.
The shipment is said to have been
the largest of the kind ot material
ever made from a Wisconsin paper
plant. St. Paul Pioneei Press.
We are authorized to announce T. C.
Scruggs as a candidate for member of
the Legislature subject to the action
01 the Democratic voters at the Au
WANTED TO RENT A MODERN
six or seven room cottage not more
than sue blocks from Broadway. Ad
dress "K" care of the Missourian, stat
FOR RENT One year or term of
years. The Sigma Chi House. All
modern. Call quick.
J. C. SCHWABE.
FOR SALE SOME HOUSEHOLD
Furniture. Call at 2"3 5. Ninth St.
Saturday afternoon. w N..
FIVE OR SIN CARRIERS WANTED
at the Missouriau Office. Apply at
For Sale cr Rent.
Now or September 1st. l'Jl". 14
Room Modern Dwelling suitable for
Chapter House, or Boarding House
near the University, fine location. See
Fyfor. Long & Bauman, Ag-nt's.
block from campus
:S1T month. 210 S. 10th St. ;
Eat been remodeled ud refur
nished, and 11 dow open for
business. We are terring nice
neals and we want your pat
ronage J. S. POOL, Mgr.
They're after him
Big shave one dime
Same price all time
Whose "him?" Why, Jlraf
Located at No 714 Broadway
Baths. Phone 288 Black
FOR RENT FOR THE SUMMER.
Cool and pleasant rooms at the Farm
House. Fine location for students,
with or without board. Prices rea
sonable. Call at 7i3 Hitt St.
R. M. Robinson
Phone 117 Orer Peck'i Dri Slit
BOARDERS WANTED AT JEF-
ferson Club. ?3.2." per week for the
summer. Call S33 or see C. M. Mc
Williams at Farm House.
FOR A SCHOOL OF COOKERY
London Council Tires of Having For
LONDON A cookery technical
school for boys is to be established
by the education committee of the
London county council. The idea ap
pears to have been suggested by the
fact that the science of preparing food
is not studied in England, with the re
sult that the highly remunerative po
sitions 01 chefs are exclusively almost
held by foreigners.
The new school is to have no con-
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST
residence lots in Columbia; located
,on beautiful College avenue, not too
FOR SALE CHEAP A KITCHEN .far out and just close enough in. shade.
grass, sidewalk and paved street; a
bargain if sold soon. Alba T. Foun
tain, aOO Lowry street. (Adv.)
iang-, ood or coal, almost new; an
AMiiiitei rug :.12. Call l'Ji'2 Lowry.
LOST A fi RAY CAP ON HINK
son Creek Sunday. Finder please re
turn to room 33 at Athens Hotel.
LOST A D. A. R. PIN ON WED
nesday night at Katy Depot. Return
to Missourian office and get reward.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED
solicitors, either ladies or gentlemen.
Apply at Missourian office.
FOR RENT RESIDENCE OF MRS.
Kirtloy llo Dorsey street. Lot ISO by
FINE ROOMS FOR SUMMER STU
DENTS Large, cool rooms; house
one block from University. Women
students who wish elegant quart-rs
should write for additional informa
tion. Address "X" care of Missourian.
ROOMS FOR THE SUMMER TO
rent to desirable parties only; Reason
ably priced; splendid new house;
cisoe to University; write for informa
tion, care "B" University Missourian.
With a Bon-Bon dish FREE.
Ask for It.
M0BERLY STEAM LAUNDRY
Has never loit a patron because of
unsatisfactory work. Laundry re
turned within forty-eight hours-
We can use 1 00 Salesmen
during the next few months.
Only hustlers need apply.
Write or call on
CHANCE MFG. CO,