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UJflYERSITT MISSOUBIAN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912.
13.50 to 15.00
THE CHILD'S POET
At these prices we are showing Dull Leathers, Tan,
Calfskin and Patent Leather shoes in the very best
qualities high heels or low heels every shoe graceful
and right up to the Miller quality.
Superior Store Service.
"Who gave you, Old Glory, the name
that you bear
With such pride everywhere,
As you cast yourself free to the rap
OPEN FEBRUARY 1
New Agricultural Chemistry
Building Will be Mod-
Insure in America's
A poet of the people was standing!
on a battle ground. He was speak
ing, in the words of one of his own
poems, of the big flag that floated
over his head and over the heads of
Almost forty years before men had
killed one another for three days on
this field to make the name of a
white-painted country church stand
for one of the bloodiest battles of the
American Civil War. And now the i
I Hoosier Poet, James Whitcomb Riley,
was talking of Old Glory, on Shiloh
He was asking questions and talk-
i -i .. . . - i
ing aooui a nag, tnougnt a very little Bouri. It will be partly occupied by
girl in the listening crowd. She was the Agricultural Experiment Station.
disappointed. She had thought that J a part of the chemistry department
her friend, the Child's Poet, was go- will also be located there. The build
ing to speak, and this was evidently ing has been named for the late Pro
not he. This was only some old Flag fessor Paul Schweitzer, who for many
roet. she had never seen a poet be- years was a professor of chemistry at
fore. This one was a gray-haired the University.
man, rather bald, and with a long; The building is fireproof and mod
black Silk Chain hanging from his, ern in all rpsnepts Tn the hnsement
NAMED FOR M. U. MAN
Experiment Station Work
There Meat Demonstrat
Schweitzer Hall, which will be com
pleted about February 1, will be one
of the best constructed and equipped
buildings at the University of Mis-
This agency represents
the Connecticut Life In-
which stands alone in having
paid its policy holders in death
claims, endowments, annuities,
dividends, surrender values and
other credits nearly 8 million
It has paid out more than it
has received in premiums be
sides accumulating for the pro
tection of outstanding con
tract1;, including a ; surplus of
S3,357,851.52, assets of
S68, 842,289.60. A Connect
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superior advantages and theij
cost is low. v ,: j.r .' j'
nose-glasses. But this couldn't be her
poet Her poet wrote about things
like Old Aunt Mary's, and the Rag
gedy Man, and the Goblins What'll,
Get You if You Don't Watch Out
She had wanted to ask her poet
some questions, too. She wanted to
know about a lot of things in his
poetry, but most especially if Little
Be sure your friends knou.' that No. 9 is t fie school amendment.
Great weather for country
walks with cameras
You can rent, a camera here
for very little. Then you can be rid
of the trouble of finishing your own
pictures, too. We1 11 develop, print
and finish them by 6 o'clock the next
day after you leave your films here.
Also we have all kodak supplies.
Ours is a trade that Service made.
Just Off the Campus on Ninth.
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Horace C. Smith, Secretary and Manager.
Haden Building; Phone 259. Columbia, Mo.
Suits and Overcoats $15
Now is the time to save $10 to $15 on
that suit or overcoat. 300 latest styles
to pick from. Suits and overcoats at
S15, S18, $20 and $25 made to your
measure. Also first-class cleaning,
pressing and repairing.
Phone 779 Black.
Willis Entertains Father
Friends at Her Home.
A dinner was given last night by
Mrs. W. H. Willis at her home, 1314
East Broadway, in honor of the eigh
tieth birthday of her father, R. B.
Price. Twelve of Mr. Price's inti
mate friends were the guests E. W.
Stephens, Walter Williams, Dr. A.
will be apparatus for grinding and
sampling soils and fertilizers. A
complete meat demonstrating labora
tory, with large coolers in connection,
will also be installed. By this means
the butchering and care of meat as
well as its nutritive value can be
demonstrated to the students.
On the first floor, the student work
v;umaiii Aiiuie reaiiy aid like to wash ( in agricultural chemistry will be car
the cups and saucers up and brush ried on. A nart of this floor will also
the crumbs away. From the poem be given over to experiment station
you would think she did, but the lit- j work, consisting of soil analysis and
Lie gin um noi Deneve mat anybody, a study of meat nutrition. The ton
liked to do things like that. She floor will be almost entirely occupied
knew she didn't. And she wanted to by the chemistry department. In the
ask the poet himself about it. laboratories the ceilings and walls
The Flag Poef was through sneak- will be made chemical nmnf Thn
.ing and the crowd was breaking up. laboratories will be equipped with
The little girl decided to try to find gas. hot and cold water, distilled
if her Child's Poet was here at all I water, alternating and direct currents'.
j iney naa said, the infallible grown- steam vacuum and pressure,
ups, that he would be. They had told The building will also have an ele-
; jilt mat ne was old, too. So she went , vator leading from the basement to
( up to the kindliest looking old gentle- the attic. This will connect the base
1 man near, and asked: . ment with nil nr th atnro nm moir.
"Did you write Little Orphant An-, ing it easy to get supplied to all de- When he Was a student at tne UnlveH
ni0?" partments. It is planned to have the fity and a map of Columbla showing'
"No, I am sorry to sav that I evneriment stntinn .,- in. ., how he thought the streets should!
didn't. I only wrote a book called building at the beginning of the sec- out were nassed around
'Ben Hur.' Here is the man who ond semester. among the guests by Mrs. Willis.
wrote 'Little Orphant Annie', and he' - Vn inim2ne mound of fruit was
led her to the same one who had been ' ,,T, . the center-piece of the table. Autumn
talking, the Flag Poet. The little girl ",UJil lUJli;u" ,,fcKfc 'eaves and red lamps, with cut glass
Chinese Student Returns.
Shoo Toong Chang, a senior in the
College of Agriculture of the Univer
sity; has returned to Columbia. Mr.
Chang has been in a St. Louis hospl
tal for medical treatment for the last
was in Columbia
Child of Aubrey Butler Die
me miierai 01 me lniant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Aiihrew Rntlor ona nri
Ross Hill. Edward Price, R. B. Price Ash street hplfl nt '
Tf Pqch X-nn'OTinrt Pha.lnc 1t!ln r ' -wa UU1
-.., .. .,C"... v....... ......c., v. morning. Burjal
B. Rollins, Curtis Itollins, William ' cemeterv
Anaerson ana . t. uentry.
Informal talks were made by Mr.
Stephens, .Mr. Williams, Doctor Hill
and Mr. Gentry. In this congenial
atmosphere of his close friends, Mr.
Price recalled early days "in Colum
edi.ig s.ories of the university
i when he came here a boy of 17 years
Some sketches made by Mr. Price
The Glasgow Tailors
The Guitar Building -
North Eighth - - Columbia, Missouri
( learned afterward that the kindly old
gentleman was General Lew Wallace
She was glad she had not kno-'.n he
( was a general when she acV''i ''"i
a question. Why, he might have shot
her. That was what generals did,
But just now she was trying to be-
I lieve thT her Ch'ld's P-e" r H ''"-
iag Poet were the saTe. !.- -?s
standing bareheaded m"or t?i i
nolia trees, with the afternoon r''t o
the Fouth bringing out the fine. littje
j. wrinkles that were all around his
mouth and eyes. The wrinkles all ran
' into one another when he smiled, as
he was doing now, at her.
"Did I ittle Orohap.t Ann! triMv
like to wash the cups and saurers um'
I don't. Would" I l'ke to. too, if I was
j The Poet was listening to her with
much more interest than most ordin-
i d silver completed the decorations.
Columbia Theater Will O-Ter "Power The rare old tapestries which line the !
Pe'rnd the Throne" ThN Week. walls of the Willis home and the'
She was assisted by Basil Gauntlett.
;t; Cold: Gream PfeatJier
Make ypur selections from our 68 differ
ent varieties.. The largest -assortment in the
ary grownups did. Maybe the grown
I i wmiui neip u Decause iney are The 'inwrnm consisted of slv- num-
ju.uiuury peopie. ana not -oets. or hers by Mies Hibbard and
maue u was oecanse n was a ciiiwa Mr. Gauntlett
ine power ue'und the Throno" -Li . r- n-ade a fitting back-
uill -e nlavei in the Columbia Thea- ground. The place cards were in
ter Wednesday n'ght Oo'ober 30. The white with a picture of the home at
play is a romantic love drama. Lau-n the top, and the dates 1S32-1912 at the
Arnold will be the heroine, a part bottom.
formerly taken Ip- M!'dr9d Holland
The story is of the love cf Barn von aM. .,.,... .
obo"lo',e rrd Ar'i. the daughter of S0IL UTILIZER ANALYZED
a music teacher. The Baron was en- 7. .. , ,,
ei to Aria but his father made " " -V, "'"T ' V1"011 W"
other plans for him and announced ??W Ya,ue "f DIflent Brand.
his ensa-erren' to another-girl? Then' , A'arSe number 0f samples of soil
follow intrlei.es to break'1 ril' the eil ?rt ,,z,er haVe been received by the
paeenscnt with the music "teacher's Af lcuUural Experiment Station.
daughter. ?nd to induce the Baron to . . now Deing anv"l and
l."f r"stllts will he tahiilntoH It, ,.
bulletin on "Soil Fertilizers", which
is to be issued by the station. Th'
y;, t':'..r,t fj-,os rch., bulletin will present the reaj, value of
Miss Marv Hibbard gave a violin the fertilizers as shown by fhe anal
recital at Stephens College last nicht. 'ses-
Get Your "f
Old Gold and Black
S. & B. CIo. Co.
Mark This Down
pnd to induce the Baron to
marry the other girl.
The attendance1 "wa
Poet. He was telling her about why good.
Little Orphant Annie liked to work. - . ,. ,,
If was because Orphants did not have - .. ,. , ,
, . , . " If. t nchran Improvine.
many people to love them as other t,- t. r-n.n u .1
tt.n- i j-i . . v li. tornian. who suffered a
little ITirls dill, so wlion nnvl,,!.. ,oo . . tu a.
.... ' ---"-. " stroke of paralysis Siturdav
much better today.
ronlll Winrl tn thnv-n l!l-n Y.n.. ,.. i
!n",: ";;',"- "" l"C "ere l n". improving
C 1'iiuiu jn.iiiicf
I-! "Why. then, it's just fun to wash
thVciips and saucers up, to show that
they love back. Don't you see?"
"Tne little girl did not see how it
for Id ever be really fun, even if a
Poet had said so. She "reckoned be
.didn't have any little girls of bis o vs.
pr" (as an after-thought) "little boys
either. Did he?"
"Xo," the Poet 'told her. he "had no
little girls or boys, either,
Ad flub to Meet Tomorrow.
The Ad Club will meet at 7 o'clock i
tomorrow night at he Y..-3J.- C. A.
Building. - The- new membersi can
give their names to A. M. w ird. j
secretary. of..he club,, at the Co-On '
iney are requested to
lyrics of the Persian
ln'o'iiobile ToRrNLs acre. ..
Two automobiles gn'n from Chi-'
cago to San Francisco passed
through here this morning. There
were six persons in theL party.
Itoirimenlal I'arailp y ariti FrJdv
Tlie first regimental parade thi!
nnrl if voir will lia V.nl.1 T?.:.. - il.
Mums, roses, carnations for the was AGr. ,,. . ,iMJo lrI . , ..... .,. " r?B"
- " ""i-i.u u.u uiui iiuiu y me. inivers'tvi
1 The work hasclcmcnts to strike
a popular note, and it i. admirably'
sunjr." Mhuj York Evening
t Nebraska game-The Missouri Store., that the wr.nklc3 n his fape wh,ch cadetp
(adv.) j i,.,,j een a, run tj,cetnpr jn a smjio, ,
Mums, roses, carnations for the
Nebraska game The Missouri Store.
St. Louis, Mo., and return
Dates of sale, Nov. 1st and 2d
Return, Nov. 3rd
Rate, S2.50 for the round trip
For full particulars, phone 184
or call on J. C. Abbott, Agt.
-n .uu ureu aomenow ne vacant rooms can be quickly reTe
ooked solemn, as he had when he tnrough MIssourlan want ads',
liad been talking about Old Glory. She - - ,
told him she was sorry. I a Vogue Chocolates Cflc 11). a
"But all the little boys and girls in Harris. - (adv.)
the country are mine." and th" uri-i ,
kles all ran together again. "That's " g" Cllocolat c at
why I wr:t In-il-s of poTy abort 1"- Harns- (adv.)
tie girls and boys. They are ail
mlne-" was something about little bo's and
All li'tlo bo's and girls belon-ed to "!rls mernrng the same thing as Old
the Poet. And Flags, too? "Which Glory. And rrownups bein- ju' bi
did he like l-e. little boys and girls Lo'-s and girK
- ZZZZ TT" r fiIor-r- ' Then some ordimrv old grown.m.
If no one !u' a child would have came and told the Poet that the b-T
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE asked the question no one b:.t a w?s ready to leave. And the littlo'
..uo .t a t aa a r lag roec gin. suddenly shv, quietly pulWj
would have answered it as ic .did. t away the curl which the Poe had
He liked "them all alike, but the lit-'been twining around his fint-er" and
lie uujo auu gii.a oeau men ne saia supped awav in the crowd. Sh was
some more things that the little girl always timid with ordinary grownups
did not understand at all, then. It But she loved Poets. jjcD
I Keep an Axe in jTour coal
house or near the kindling
I pile. Short Imndjed ones?
rull size Mlc
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the bride are sure to p!ca.ve
J ou. A irreat ariety f arti
cles and nrste of prices.
""I'ou can find just wli.it you
want whether ou M, to
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Sterling SiKcr, Shcffichl ware,
China, Urass Goods, Silver
deposit ware, Cut GJavs.
You aria!uas welcome to
ionic at our store.
the same attention
Prices 75c and 51.50
At Reasonable Prices.
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10S a )th Street
For a dollar, you can bujr
a season ticket to this and
the four other concerts of the
ceries. Downstairs $2.50.
Your season ticket also en
titles you to first choice of
the seats for the Mme. Gad
ski concert at a reduced