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UM1VEB6ITY MI8S0UMIAH WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
Tailors to men-
Why t o
The answer is 2 per
cent necessity and 98
If you are one of the two,
',,'A better lmv your clothes
somewhere oKc But if you
art one of tl'c- 9S, why not
"be one of the leading few by
wearing suits j
Only one suit from each
pattern at Hie Fashion Shop
--never two suits alike, lou
choose from the bolts of cloth;
we cat and fit the suit to you,
ndtake every stitch in the
making light here in our own
Figure your clothes expense
by the year and Tailoied Suits
are most economical.
The Fyshion Shop
R. A. Ehinger
Brief Local News
Stanley Smith went to Hallsvilleon
R. W. Wright went to Moberly on
Mrs. J. Sissom . is visiting her
daughteivJtfrs. CJDJJvans, at Grain
Miss Rose Cos departed this morn
ing for Marshall after visiting rela
Mrs. E. -A. Edwafds, who has been
visiting her son, Julius Edwards, left
this taornlng for her home in Mexico.
Mrs. Armel Hopper, departed this
morning for her home in St Louis
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Hopper. i ' 4
-Ttn-l .ntn llroadxcay
V Dec. 11.
F. B. Xorman has gone to Centralia
and Hannibal,' where he- will visit rel
COOL MORNINGS NOT
FOR EARLY RISING
Mel P. Moody of Warrens
burg Says That Time of
Day Is for Sleeping.
A POEM TO SHOW IT
Would Have a Society to
Abolish Old Notion
of Getting Up.
J. H. Hart, a business man of Reno,
Nov., who has been visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. E. A. Hedrlck, and other rel
atives at Clarence, Mo., was here yes
terday visiting friends. He went home
Mrs. C. K. Davis went to Marshall,
Mo., this morning, to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. H. Stivers.
Mrs. E. R. Smith of Springfield, 111.,
went home this morning after visit
ing Judge W. S. Wilson and family.
Mrs. Gilbert Poe and son Harold,
who have been visiting Will Murphy
and family at Ashland, were here this
morning on their way home to De
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Fish went to
Mexico today to visit Bob Boyd.
for holders of
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Our bread, pies, cakes,
and everwiiMi;; we sell is baked in
our own .unitary shop home
made in tut
The University Din
ing Club aid Cafeteria use our
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stone went to5
Centralia today to visit relatives and
attend the poultry show which is be
ing held there this week.
Mrs. G. W. Sale departed this morn
ing for her home in St. Louis, after
visiting her son, W. G. Sale, who is
a student in the University.
J. E. Bedford, president of the
Boone County Poultry Association,
went to Centralia today to attend the
poultry show where he has an ex
W. H. Hull, who has been visiting
R. II. Gray and family, has returned
to his home in Carlsbad, N. M.
Miss Ida Jewett, who was operated
on for appendicitis at the Parker Me
morial Hospital, has gone to her home
in Shelbina, Mo.
CITIZENSHIP 1VORK FOR C E.
Society Work for Clean GTernraiit
In the State.
H. T. Newlon, a student in the Un
iversity, was elected press superin
tendent of the Missouri Christian En
deavor Union at its annual meeting
in Kansas City Saturday. Nine of
the twelve Missouri districts were
represented by delegates in the con
vention and plans were made for ag
gressive work during the coming
One of the newest features of
Christian Endeavor work In the state
was inaugurated at the meeting by
.the creation of a Good Citizenship
Department,, the duty of which is to
inform the voters in alt the larger
cities what the respective candidates
for office stand for, thus contribut
ing toward cleaner city, government
The officers elected at the meeting
include besides Mr. Newlon, two other
persons from the Columbia district
A. R. Delmar of Fulton, who was
chosen superintendent of the Good
Citizenship department, and Miss
Grace Collins of Mexico, superintend
ent of the intermediate work in the
Stephens Teacher to Talk.
fiDD rv.rTiHsi Mnnteomerv of Ste
phens College, will speak at the Y.
W. C. A. meeting Tnursaay aueruu.
Her subject will be "The First Day."
Japanese goods make unique gifts.
See the Japanese Bazaar in the.Chris
tian Church parlors, Saturday, De
cember 7th. aav
Missourian 'phone number is 55.
Sterling and Plated Toilet Arti
cles, Vanity Cases, Coin Purses,
Match Boxes, Etc.,
Mel P. Moody of the Warrensburg
Star says he agrees with the Univer
sity Missourian on its "Early to Rise"
question as recently outlined in an
editorial. He writes:
"Noticing your suggestive disserta
tion on "Early to Rise" reminded me
of the enclosed written under the cap
tion of "The Weather Man Says." I am
with you and think you are eligible
to membership in my proposed so
ciety." Mr. Moody's article says:
"These cool mornings, there's noth
ing we dread like being pulled out of
a good warm bed. We may be differ
ent from other folk, but to us this
practice is sure no Joke. Six o'clock
comes when it ought to be 4, and we
are Just beginning to sleep and snore.
"Early to bed and early to rise," is a
saying we always did despise, and "it
will make you witty, wealthy and
wise," is just another pack of lies.
The fellow that started that motto
double brought to this world a lot of
trouble. We will wager he never used
his muscle, but made his workmen get
us and hustle.
"For many years we tried the thing,
and not one of those blessings did it
bring, and it certainly is an unpleas
ant habit to jump out of bed and run
fike a rabbit Now with the Million
aire Wall Street crowd, to bed before
twelve, is never allowed and then they
arise along about ten, and money
bout like gentlemen. They never
hurry around, but say? do they fail
with the swag to get away? It's the
fellow who arises in the early morn,
that always gets left, as sure as you're
born. Of high pink times he gets no
smell, while the other fellow lives
dead swell. We believe we ought to
start a reform to .not get up 'til the
house is warm.
"To the proprietor here we broached
our plan but he acted, like a crazy
man. He seemed to consider it at first
a josh and gave the scheme a mild
kibosh, when we pressed it, he said
we made him sick, and that we talked
like some fool lunatic. Talk about the
Single Tax, here's where employers
need the axe. We propose a grand so
ciety, composed of sleepers such as
we, and if we hold to our purpose
strong and steady, we may crawl .out
of bed when good and ready."
How a Student Died
The object was to relieve Masaya.
That little town had been surrounded
for some time by the Nicaraguan rev
olutionary forces under General Re
delon. The inhabitants were starving.
Nothing had been permitted to ener
their town from without since the
insurrectos surrounded it. The sup
plies they happened to have at the
time had long been exhausted. The
town was suffering the severest pri
vations. At about this time, a transport of
United States marines and blue-jackets
landed at one of the Nicaraguan
ports. . They already knew of the
plight of the Masayans. It was their
purpose to open a way into the little
town, by which the Nicaraguan reg
ular troops might enter and bring re
lief. Soon they met the insurrectos.
In "little more than half an hour they
had them flying. From Coyotepe the
insurrestos retreated and took up
their stronghold In the Barrance Hills
surrounding the afflicted little city.
But neither were they allowed to rest
here very long. The marines were
upon them Instantly. And soon Ma
saya was relieved and the hungry fed.
But during those few minutes of
fighting four of the marines lost their
lives One of them had been a stu
dent in the University of Missouri,
just four months away from the Col
t . r.s and the campus. He was Ralph
Victor Bobbett, of Nevada, Mo. He
had just completed his freshman year
in the College of Arts and Science.
It was his intention to "return to the
University after his enlistment had
BobbeU had lived at Sll Virginia
avenue Tlc was not a wealthy stu
dent Fcr from that He "made
Lods " for his roard ind "fired a fur
nace" for his rcom. He had a sister
In California who occasionally sen
hire a little.
Bv nature-Bobbett was very retic
ent He spent little of his time in
talking. Even his roomcate, Paul J.
Manes, with whom he Lad lived two
whole semesters, he rarely burdened
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with conversation So J:.-ie did they
?reak together that Mane knows lit
tle of Bobbetfs afialrs, and less of,
what were Bohhetfe p.P.ns for his
career after leaving the University.
Bobbett was 21 years ua when he
In the corridor of Academic Hall
hangs a large black slab which com
memorates the death of three others
who lost thel rlives during the Spanish-American
In grlden letters cut into the stone,
the slab gives their names :
Martin Edward Elling.
Floyd" Bruce Cramer.
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