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SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1911.
0. G. Villard, Editor of New
Vork Evening Post, Talks
MEETINGS LAST FIVE DAYS
Newspaper Men and Women
or National Reputation
. The program for .lourisaltsni week,
April IT to April 21. inclusive, lias jus.
editors in Ali.-souri who will speak
eludes men r.nd women of national reii
utation outside of .Missouri as we!! ,
editors in Missouri who will speaK
wirh special information on newspaper
.Meetings of the Missouri I'ress Asso
ciation, the .Missouri Associated Dai-he-,
the North Missouri Press Associ
ation, and a National Conterence of
Teachers of Journalism are xiiip rf
the special meetings on the program.
The week has been divided into '
riods. .Monday and Tuesday will bo
giii largely to discussions of cost
production; Wednesday io the daily
newspaper; Thursday u advertising;
and Friday to the country weekly, ig
ricuiture and magazine journal! m.
Soiial featuies of the program in
chide a reception at the home of I. W.
Stephens, automobile rides, smokers
at Dana house, and receptions to visi
tors by students.
Following is the program:
Monday, April 17.
'1 P. M. M'ssouri Press Asociation.
Opening Addrc.-s President .1. It.
Lowell. Democrat, Moberly.
"The Franklin Cost System What
It Means to the Country Publisher" -Jens
K. Crondahl, Republican, Keil
'.Management or Shop Knginecring"
It. IS. Herbert, Editor National I'rint-er-.lournalis'.
"The County Weekly Us cost." lr.
fonnal discussion led by Ovid Dell, (la
yette. Fulton; .1. M. Crimes. Kepubl:
r mi. Poonviiie; E. L. Purcell, Democrat-News,
Fredericktown; Harry Den
man. News. Farniington; W. C. Price.
Post. Princeton; I'ernnrd Finn.Kecotti,
S P. M. "The Duty of the Joureal
ist." Oswald (Jarrisou Villard, Editor
Evening Post. New Vork City.
Tuesday, April 18.
! A. M. Missouri Press Association.
"Cooperative Publishing," John 11.
lairing. Editor Western Publi-her
10 A. M. University Assembly.
11 A. M. "The Itual Art of Ileal He
porting." .Mrs. A. C. Donfils. (Wini
fred lilac:) Post. Kansas City.
2 P. M. "Journalism As a Career
For Wom?.n," Miss V. A. L. Jones,
(Serena Lamb) Republic, St. Loui.
"The County Weekly Its Cost."
Informal Discussion led by C. L. Hu
bert, Progress. Holden; Lewis litukip.
Journal. Lee's Summit; O. Ii. Davis.
Advance. Ava; John .M. Sosey, Specta
"The County Weekly Its News,"
Informal Discussion led by Mrs. James
Watson, Democrat. Dearborn; II. V
Staple. Mail. Rock Port; C. J. Plack
luirn. Record, lilaekbtirn; Charles L.
Woods. Henld, Rolla.
"The County Weekly Its Editorial."
Informal Discission led by W. T
.I-iikins. Lnmlmark. Platte City; Cor
nelius Ro.v'.i. Democrat, Carthage. Ser-
tetarv of State; John E. Swanger.
formerly of the Standard, Milan. Strte
I P. M. "The New Journalism,"
Charles II. Orasty. Sun. Baltimore.
.Ma r land.
"The Responsibility of the Joittnal
:st." rnit"il States Senator Lafayette
Voitng. Capital. De- Moines. Iowa.
Wednesday, April 19.
! A. M. "The Sunday Newspaper."
Casper Vest, Editor Sunday Olobe
Democrat. St. Louis.
M A. Al. The Missouri Associated
"The NVa- City Daily." and "The
Daily in a Small Town." Informal
Dis..i:ssion led bj W. J. Sewall. Pres.
THE DRUG SHOP
Carthage; William Southern, Jr.
Jack --on Examiner, Independence;
Rait Ii. Howard, Clone, Joplin; D. I.
Burnside, Republican, Poplar lllufi,
N. 0. Rogers. Kepubliean-Tribuii",
Trenton; John (I. Miller, Democrat
News, .Marshall; J. W. Hyder, Call. Ex
celsior Springs; Ray V. Denslow,
News. Trenton; .1. S. Ilrcnneman, Cap
ital. Sedalia; It. Painter. Democrat,
Carrollton; Hal. M. Wise, Sentinel.
2 P. M. "The News As the City Ed
itor Sees It," H. H. Herr, City Editor.
Post. Kansas City.
"The New Journalism," E. (1. Lew
is. Star. St. Louis.
" P. M. Meeting of Association of
Past-Presidents or Missouri Pres
S P. M. Reception to visitors and
indents of School of Journalism at
the home of E. W. Stephens.
Thursday, April 20.
!) A. M. "The News From the Cit
I'M i tor's Viewpoint," Ceorge Ii. l.on
gan, Jr., City Editor. Star, Kansas City
10 A. M. University Assembly.
11 A. M. "Other Things Than News
in the Newspaper," Roswell H. Field.
"Advertising," Informal discu-sion
by representatives of the St. Louis.
Kansas City and St. Joseph Ad Clubs.
2 P. M. "The Organization of tin
Metropolitan Newspaper," D. J. Ale
Auliffe, Editor, Republic, St. Louis.
"The Ethics of the New Adverts
ing." E. St. Elmo Lewis, Pre ident
Association of National Advertising
.Managers. Detroit, Alichigan.
"The Near City Daily," P.' E. P.tv
ton, News-Herald. Joplin; Alitehel!
White. Ledger, Alexico: F. C. X.icrer.
Republican. Cape Oirardoau; R. M
Thomson, Rauner-News. St Charles; H
W. Ferguson. Citizen-Democrat. Poplar
Rluff; John A. Knott. Journal, Hnnni
bal. State Railroad Commissioner.
S P. AL Thomas Rainier. Advertis
ing Director. Woman's World. Chicago.
"The One Hp-t Feature for the Dailj
Newspaper Humor." J. Ii. Dignan..
Hand. Knot & Co., Chicago.
Friday, April 21.
'. A. AL National Conference ol
Teachers of Journalism, Charles Al.
Harger, University of Kansas. Presid
ing. It A. Al. "The .Making of a County
Newspaper," Informal led by II. .1
Rlanton, Appeal, Paris, Presidcii
Northeast Alissouri Pres- Asso.-ia'ion.
"Country Journalism as a Field f.ir
Women." Mrs. II. J. Simmons, Cun
""Newspaper Policies" W. J. Hill
Courier Post, Hannibal; Walter R'dgi
way. Express, Kirksville; N. Al. Itp-dx-ett.
Alonitor, Aloberly; Unfits JaeUsiii
Intelligencer. Alexico: N. E. William'.,
2 P. AL Northeast Alissouri Press
Association. "Special Features in the Count
Newspaper," Thos. V. Rodine, Aler
"The Newspaper Conscience."
Charles AL Harger. Abilene. Kan as.
Director or the Kansas University
School of Journalism. Discussion led
by W. (i. Rlyer. Director of the Wis
consin University School of Journal
ism. 4 P. AL Automobile Tour, courtesy
Columbia Commercial Club.
5 P. AL "The Alaking of an Agri
cultural Editor," Henry Wallace. Edi
tor Wallace's Farmer. Des Aloine-.
".Magazine Journalism," Shnilcr
Alathews, Editor Worlri To-Day, '"hi
Informal Smoker. Dana House.
For the benefit of those employed
during the day. I will l;ee my s;o'-e
ojien on .Monday, Friday and Saturday
evenings till !l o'clock for a few weeks
." AIISS HAKIMS.
The Y. W. C. A. will have a Vesper
Tea today at 4::M at the V. Al. C. A.
house. AI.'ss Doilds of the Aleehani"
Arts department will speak. Everyone
Your razor honed sharp 2."i cents.
Your hair cut to your like 2.1 cents.
J. G. Williams, Karber Shop, 711
Kuy something at Tli ' Drug Shop o.i
Tuesday an 1 benefit the Free Ited at
We have a com
plete line. Devel
oping and printing
done by us is 0. K.
sr m - $2s
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From our own stock and special dresses delivered by Mr.
Hinkle that enables us to offer them for at least one-third
of their real value not an undesirable dress in the lot all
new and latest models for spring 1911.
Figured Foulard and
to $20.00. On sale
Fine Coats for Easter Wear, blue, black, tan,
and Silk Coats, sold regularly at $25. to $30.
Our Offering of
NO WATER-FIGHTING NOW
Great Change in University Life, Old
"Tilings Jo change." .-aid Al. A. Iiaer.
who was graduated from the t"nier
sity of Alissouri in l'.'UT. while talking
to. two University students todaj
"The .-'indents 1 hae met even tell in
that no loud talking is allowed in Pic
corridors of I.owry Mall. It ied to
be different. Now the town has pa-d
streets. It looks like a city. This is
the first time 1 havo been back sime
I was graduated.
"Xothin; stems to be the aine. I
scarcely would have recognized t"'1
town. IJut the change at I.owry Il.tll
astonishes me. 1 went in there je-.fr-
and when I started to say some
thing to a companion, he made me
stop talking, saying it was not permit
to talk out loud.
"The first year I was in the dorm
we had a water light each night,
l!)ttr we hail a water light each
night, and two or three when v. e will
ed to celebiate. Wo had Denton H.iil
jealous of us. Put all good things
come to an end.
"I suppose aftrr I got expelled for
pouring water on the wall.-, things
quieted down. I threw the water from
a cooler at another student with whom
1 was wate'-fighling. He dodged ai.d
the water went on the wall. It wou'J
have been all right if I had hit him. a"
he would have soaked it up,. Hut the
water went on the wall and made
things look lad. so I was requested to
leave. I had ten different boarding
houses tint year and I left each of
for various reasons."
Uaer was a student in the Scho-d
Uaw. He left Columbia for St. Loins
TRACK RECORDS BROKEN
Nicholson ard Roberts Set New Marks
in High Jump and Discus.
Two Alis-ouri records were briken
tr.T-k meet v-ierday afterno'ii'
on Kollins Field. Nicholson raised the
official hign jump record to ." fe"t H
1-2 inche--. lie narrow Iv missed "lead
ing the bar at fi feet.
A. W. Koberts threw the discus 2:!
feet It inches, a new record. UermondV
team won from the team captained by
W. L. Johnson. 7! to T.'I. The mile re
lay decided the meet.
To the Public.
Columbia. AIo., April
Air. D. C. ISowman.
Dear Sir: There has been no suit
tiled in this court against the Mutual
Protective League of Litchfield. Illi
nois. Yours Trulj-,
.tas. e. nones.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
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Bright Attire For Glad Easter
Glad Easter, demanding new costumes from
head to foot, will soon be here. Are you ready
for it? We know we need not remind you that
ours is the "Easter Store," and that you may
know the style is right when you come to us.
We cannot tell you on paper about all the things
we have for you, so we respectfully invite you
to come and see them.
MONDAY APRIL , 10th.
We Offer Fifty Dresses
Voil Dresses, sold regularly at $18.00
Easter Millinery Most
always results, and that too, successfully, when
we clean your Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Por
tieres and Curtains.
There's a Reason
We call for your coverings, lake lliem lo our Cleaning Department
Clean and Disinfect Them
While we're doing this the balance of llie cleaning at your house gecr.
on unhampered - much more quickly than the ordinary way and ou
scarcely begin till the job is done.
By tin's plan we gel all the dirt and your coverings are returned to ycu
perfectly clean and fre:h.
Give our driver your carpets
and rugs, or tell him when to
call for them.
We guarantee a job of clean
ing you'll like.
AND DRY CLEANING CO.
2S JV W.3 SWfrr
and white Serge
On sale Monday
Attractive This Week.
YOUR BOSOM FRIENDS
KANSAS CITY SEDALIA MUSKOGEE