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UNIVERSITY MISSOURI AX FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912.
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WITH TEN DOLLARS AND NERVE
How a University of Missouri Student Made
an Eight-Year Trip Around the World,
Working His Way.
fer as my advice to anyone starting
with such a small amount, the advice
that Johnny's mother constantly bored
Johnny with 'Don't'."
1 T. S. H.
".My country has, in its wisdom,
contrhed for me the mobt insignifi
cant office that ever the munition of
man devised or his imagination con
ceived," said John Adams, the lirst j erable cities of note.
Vice-President of tin- I'nited States,
when he was notified of his election
To Itepreseiit Missouri I.anjen.
X. T. Gentry of Columbia and Judge I
W. T. I!ai:land of Alnnroe fniintv have
Starting with ten silver dollars, grandeur of the ocean. Hut presently : )0en chosen to represent the Missouri
Alva I.. Cloyd, a student in the Col- as the wind arose and the waves par Association at the meeting of the
lezo of Arts and Science of the Uni-' rolled liich, sea-sickness got posses- American liar Association at Haiti-'
vcrsity of Mlrsouri. made an eight- sion of me. For five days and nights I more next June. I
year trip around the world. He left wrestled mightily with myself but had '
his home, Salisbury, .Mo., June, lOOII. my work to do just the same. '
and returned to Columbia to complete "Our ship was a big four-master:' KOIt SALE A good billiard table. ,
his university course in September, square-rigged banpiantine of 1700 Price reasonable. Inquire 713 Hit. or;
1911. Mr. Cloyd had traveled 27,000 tons. The time on a sailing vessel phone fi42. (d::t) I
miles on land and approximately ."7.- was considerable, but working pas
CC0 on water; had spent eight months sage on a passenger liner was even
of the eight years and three months more difficult to reckon with. After
in ocean travel, and had visited sev- ten long weeks, seventeen days of
entucn foreign countries and innum- which were spent in two periods of
calm in mid-ocean, the sailing vessel
1 sell fine white perfect
diamonds cheaper than
you can buy elsewhere.,
Sterling and Plated Toilet Arti
cles, Vanity Cases, Coin Purses
Match Boxes, Etc.
:ir" .. -
Mr. Cloyd left a bachelor but re- arrived in Melbourne, Australia."
turned a benedict, having been accom-, A Clerk, Then a Teacher.
panied during a large portion of his Part of his time there was spent in
to that office. Perhaps Mr. Adams j traVeIs by Mrs. Cloyd, who Is from i clerical work for a business house.
.vieiuourne, Australia. i-aier, ne engagea in teacning, lirst in
Eye trouble while a student here i a hoys' college in Sydney and after-
is responsible for the general mis
apprehension which seems to exist
concerning the importance and the
influence of this office.
A study of history, however, will
.show that the Vice-Presidency is one
of the great offices, and that men who
ha'.e filled this nosition have been
men of influence and power. Many
of them later, through this avenue,
stepped to the presidency.
John Adams, the lirst Vice-President,
who so disparaged the second
office, later became the first man of
the Xation. It must be said of him
that his service as Vice-President en
titled him to the higher office. He
had compelled him to give up school wards in a mission school in New
work. He began to look about for Zealand. Vacations were spent in
fame other means to pursue his cdu- traveling. The famous "wonderland
cation in a practical way and at the district" of Xew Zealand was visited
same time give his eyes a rest from in one trip. This region rivals, if it
books. , does not surpass, our own Yeilow-
I " A roughing it " trip around the stone Park. It has great spouting
j world suggested itself. This prom- , ge.vsoys and lakes, steaming terraces
j ised not only adventure, but almost with numerous active volcanoes adja-
certainty of solid gain in experience, cent.
j Working one's way around the world. Among the many curious customs of
; paying one's, expenses by any employ- the natives of Xew Zealand is that of
i mem inai came to nana, would, anora rubbing noses instead of kissing. Mr.
I a certain and probably valuable edu- Cloyd comments on the generous hos-,
To See Keal Life.
In books we see truth in black and
white, bearing withal the too decep-
exerted an influence over legislation ' the gloss of academic erudition. Hut
such as was never approached by any ' in the world, do we not see rough
of his successors. Xot even Presi-' and r"KKe(1 truth stripped of all such
dent Washington himself had such a "ring?" asks Mr. Cloyd. "Truth
embalmed forsooth, mummified ver
sway in shaping legislation during Sils trmh ,n action Wh,ch wouI(,
the First Congress as was exerted by j Kive me the better insight into life?
Vice-President Adams, according to) What better thing could be done than
historians. ' ,0 interrupt the University Course to
, I see something of the world of real-
Thomas Jefferson ana Martin Van y jtsolf? The temi,tation was to0
Buren were also chosen to the higher much. Travel I must."
office by the vote of the people, while
they were Vice-Presidents.
deaths of Presidents Harrison. Tay-'slons far from regular tourist routes
lor. Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley
sent Tyler. Fillmore, Johnson, Arthur
fiadki HentN rf
nerved today, to
Mr. Cloyd's thirst for travel more dispensable in workins
The than once led to venturesome evcur- around the globe.
pitality of the British Colonials of
Australia and Xew Zealand. On the
voyage on the sailing vessel also he
found the warm friendship underly
ing the rough demeanor of the sailors.
But as to occupations and manner
of making one's expenses while trav-'
eling in foreign lands, Mr. Cloyd says
that is a matter diP.icult to plan for
someone else. Getting work even in
an English speaking country is no
sinecure as a rule. One may learn by
necessity even while making his way '
through America what it is to be
compelled to tighten his belt and live '
on water for several days at a time., CpjII C.rtr7 fscil
Endurance and perseverance are in- l J
Father will like a
watch fob, one that
shows you are thinking
of him while you are
down here. Or a
book a book is always
appreciated and it lasts
and lives. Or a foun
tain pen that is some
thing he can use most
We have many sug
gestions to help make
happy. It would be
a pleasure to show
you the things tilat
would be most ap
preciated by him.
When Yon See
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one's way I
WHY SO QUICKLY FAMOUS
Because it's marvellous that anyone could
take tobacco as old and tried as Turkish.
And tobacco as lonjj smoked as Virginia.
And by an inspiration
Blend then inlo a cigarette with a flavor
so new, so unc:.fcctcd
And so unimaginably good. '
'Off the Beaten Track in Xew Zca
I land" is the title of an article he
, wrote for a recent number of The
and Roosevelt up. All these men I wide World Magazine, published in
may be said to have been of presiden-1 London. He describes an exciting
:.. i ..... i r ,i.: .....: .: trit ainonir the wild Maoris inlinliitintr
..a. r...i...c uuuiu i.:ii uu.uiuatuiu - - ...
a mountainous region in tne interior i
CIi:iiht in the IMIiiippiut--'.
If time iiermits. liovvever, Mr.
Cloyd's suggestion is to take up
teaching in the Philippine Islands.
There three months' vacation with
pay is allowed and affords much time
THE COLLEGE INN
Only a half cent a word "I !EEOiSnE
a day minimum 15 cents I 5 5
BOARD AND ROOM
to the second office. Several men
who served as Vice-Presidents have
received votes for the
! of the Xorth Island.
' In nrilnr in can crtninrliinrr mito rt
presidential ,,js own country yirsU jIr- ciovd trav-
nomination. Among them are John J eled extensively in the Western states
C. Calhoun, Richard M. Johnson.! before reaching San Francisco. From
George M. Dallas, William Rufus ' there he weat to Australia. Xew Zea
land, Xew Guinea, and adjacent equa
torial regions, the Philippine Islands,
India. Ceylon, and then by way of the
Suez Canal to Europe and the Uritish
Isles. He estimates the cost of the
trip at $S,0U0.
" V.'hat did I do to defray the ex
penses? It would be easier to tell
what I did not do. narticularlr dur-
ond place on the Polk ticket, saved, ,ns the rst uvo Jears whicU rcav
King, John C. Rreckenridge and ,
Thomas A. Hendricks. j
Several of the later Vice-Presidents
have eerted great influence in shap
ing legislation bv casting votes in
cases of equal division in the Senate. I
George M. Dallas, who held the sec-1
the life of the Walker
'free trade" (-ompr's-(i the
as points of interest m China and
Japan. Then after careful use of one's
salary, there is a full purse to start
on the trip home with a leisurely so
journ in European countries.
On leaving Xew Zealand. Mr. Cloyd
went eventually to the Philippines,!
where in high school work and later
as supervisor he helped to teach l,'n-;
cle Sam's "brownies'' for a period of
four j ears. From Manila, he and Mrs. i
Cloyd sailed for a pleasure trip to
Xew York by way of India, Cejlon, !
Italj, Switzerland. Germany, Belgium.
England, France and Spain. They
arrived in London in time to sec the'
celebration and ceremonv incident to
"roughing it" part of tno coronation of King George V.
tariff bill of 1S4G. John C. Calhoun the trip. Yet every mile of the v.av rrom Cadi, Spain, they embarked for
twite cast a deciding vote on matters- was I'a,a ror u.v n" ov'' "oner, enort ;ho t ,,ped Gtates .
of legislation. Hannibal Hamlin, the
Vice-President of the Civil War days,
managed to have an influence in en
acting legislation on several occa
sions. He was often consulted by"
in one way or another.
Worked l'sivsaxo Arrox Ore-:'-:.
"For one thing. I vorked my pas
rage across tiie Pacific ocean: em-l.-rked
i:i a sailing vessel; firs: time
. .ea! Se-.entv das the vojac last-
"U'onld I advise another to under
take a similar trip in the same way?''
Mr. Cloyd repeated the question. I
"That question must be aasvvere-1 j
with caution. Ten dollars is a small j
sum for such a purpose. I frankly of- 1
Corner Eighth and Walnut
Do not niNs this opportunity
it nill Int onlj two dajs
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Chocolate 3IarslnuaIIow .
Chocolate Pecan Tops.
Chocolate Walnut Top.
Chocolate Almonds Tops.
All at 20 Cents a Pound
Vanilla nut caramel Chocolates
':it Caramels, Pecan Caramels,
Mexican hisses Fruit Candy,
ug,-its with Flavors, .Marshmal
lovvs all hinds and many others at
20c a Pound
Tai's'v, mil and plain pcannt candy
and cocoa!) it i canih at
20c a Pound
ROOMS FOR REXT Three rooms
for 10. 4!S White. 303 Conley. tf.
Single meals served at Pemberton
Hall. Breakfast ."c; 7:30 to 8:13.
Lunch L'3c; 1 to 1:30. Dinner 33c;
C to C:30. (Sundays 1 to 1:30). Flat
rate, board, $4 per webk.
FOR SALE Ridpatb's History of
the World. Treat yourself to this
jOST I sct ror Christmas. Price, like conoi-
, LOST A cameo pin, on Thanks-! tiol. Weal. Address X-Y Missourian.
I giving Day. Finder please phone 707
FOR REXT Two large rooms, bar
windows, newly papered, new fur
nace and all modern conveniences.
Price $S.30 and $10.30. C03 S. 5th. d6t
FOR SALE Ladies' suits and
men's clothing. Apply 109 Westwood
avenue. Phone SCO Green. (d4t)
LOST Small leather pocketbook
containing half dollar dated 1S26, some
small change and two receipts. Re
turn to Albert MoSdy, at Virginia
.Market for reward. (d2t)
i I ftCT A l.tnAl. 4n..i:n 1.
i.woi ;i Uiaui iutlllln liilgi
marked "Monnig". Last seen on
ground by Wabash, Pullman Xo. 4 at
7:1.0 a. m Tuesday, November 2fi.
i r.evvard. Phone G32.
FOR SALE A new suit. Size of
coat, 3S. b03 College. Phone 1109.
WANTED Boarders by the
vvee'.c or meal. COO South 9th.
MEAL PERMIT V. I). Club per
mit for bale, ?3.00. Paid to date. 205
College. . SIS Red (dOt)
President Lincoln on measures of oJ. Adventure and romance lr.v
The lac ai.ead. As our ship glided out ontc
;le bread e-panse of the Pri'lc I In
consequence to the countrr.
Vice-President Sherman, in the earlv
part of his adninistration. was en
abled to vote three t'nies within three
or four days.
The office or Vice-President Is.
therefore, one of sreat importance.
and the people of the Xation should,
hso the san e cars""' j",rn;ent in
ran to s--t a new conception of the
bring them to HenuinRfi's where
thevwill be tenaired bv esijert.
choking a man for the second otice j amj retui-ni-d to jou in perf-ct
Hit fhar- An fnr Oin nwtWimM Tlio I OnditlOIJ.
nation ha-? no aiipcrnt c- vsf ti v-
crt he "lecaon of Governor Tar- ;
shall. He has f!! 3 his prsei1 ? -
i'lv !. - 'f?:i spoken of j
r " T'r. .- 1 '' i ", t'.vo years
"' t '-.nvention.
,V.'e will rtg-
CBRiSTMAS l STATIONERY.
Just rccchctl rhe most complete and up-to-date
line of Stationery in the cit . Stationery is in
deed an acceptable gift for Christinas . . .
Initial Correspondence cards, a .box . . 35c
Plain Correspondence card?, a box . . 25c
The assortment alo included an excellent line of Box Paper
in t'ic latest folds with gold and silver trimmings. Thfs line
must be seen to be appreciated just take a peep r.t our west
v indovv .
THE DRUG SHOP
LOST: An oval garnet brooch, set FOl'N'D Silver mounted fountain
with an opal in the center. Garnets I'en in Academic Hall. November 13.
per-uliirly set. Finder please phone Owner can have same by rall'n-; S23
711. Reward given. (tf) "lack and paying for this ai1.
LOST Small sold watch, between WANTED -Sowing a' 1
cCj Virginia ave., and Acadenslc Kail, the day. Prices r-asin- -
Reward. Find'-r Phone 86.
Katy RHsaett, 1000 Re--
' 846 Red.
TO -EXT KOlTgBS j
VQli RENT A 30-room rurnlsheaj MRS. BEIJE GOOr'
honse. Also an 8-room house. Both'tlvc thcrji-r-:tif hea'. r
iiiodern. T.vo blocks from Cniver- and earolnafoa fn -
sfty. Inquire or phone F. W. Nleder
meyer. ' (d$t)
DANC1NU I Fsoris
FOR KHNT Two nice roois Inthei" 'on!"-- ' I Wi- -
No well bnitdin?-. Hot and rdd water; ' .
-.tea-j heat an I lh.t. JleDonnel! ; fav- Iiair fl - jir;"
nros., er V. 15. No-.veU. Phone 7.se3 L fi i - n.;
(t) 742 r.r.-r-
l Kf ri-B
Scoop Didn't Figure On A Woman's Curiosity
( or by
i ii n -r -; ta! -r 'U- not
" - - - - d' r;' "' .-'1 ' , ' vl
i , r '.!'"
. r. Th:s was ru. 1 .r m
a nfcting yesterday afternoon.
. ", ! - i '- flf ibN'
,.- m i'n? rr '!ic school yc.r,
13 "r'.rr to s;!'p the fi-:.hmfTi girls
an opportunity to get bettT acuaint-'
ed, bat it I now so late in the s-mei-.
tr that this seemed unnecessary. ' j
Pr".v?e lessons in dano:ne. "Dos-!
ton" etc. Address X Missourian. t
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