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UMYERSITT 3IISSOURIA.V, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1013.
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II El? PORTRAIT OF DR. PI CKARD ' merely an object to be represented
on the canvas," said Doctor Pickard,
3U Knox's Palntinc Attracts in the "but a personality to be interpreted."
JT. U. Exhibition. "Baby Frances Lloyd," "Miss Vir-
Among the artists whose work is ginia .Veal," "Joe Lathrop," "Betty,"
represented in the exhibit now being "The Old Lady" and a portrait of
held in the Archaelogo'tcal Museum Miss Knox's mother are some of the
of the University, there is one who other portraits by Miss Knox that
is not a Missourian but who stands may be seen here,
alone in this group of distinctively Of her pictures of domestic sub
Misfcourian painters. Miss Susan jects perhaps the most attractive one
Kicker Knox, of New York, is the here is the "Young Philosopher." The
only artist from outside the state subject is a baby sitting on the floor in
who was asked to exhibit at the State an attitude of profound unconscious
Fair at Sedalia. Her pictures have ness, philosophizing in baby fashion
been brought here. about the ball he holds in his tiny
Miss Knox is known as a painter of hands. It would be hard to find a truer
portraits and especially of porr-alts ' interpretation of the unconscious
of children. She has also gained a ' ness of babyhood. This picture was
reputation as a painter of domestic . awarded the gold medal in genre at
scenes and landscapes. In the first
two phases of her work, portraits and
genre. Miss Knox is well represented are two other charming baby pic
here. She has fourteen pictures in Hires by Miss Knox in this exhibit.
the exhibit. None of her landscapes
is shown here but this is the last
ju.iiuiw.,1 ,ua:t: 01 iia urft.
Columbia jieople are attracted by
Miss Knox's portrait of Dr. John
Pickard. The striking likeness of the
picture and its naturalness stamp it
as an pvpellpnr nipfr nf nnrtrnifnro
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Miss Knox was at one time a pupil
oi uoetor nch-aras ana naa long
wanted to paint his portrait. This
summer Doctor Pickard sat for the
picture now shown here. At Sedalia
the silver medal for portraiture was
awarded to this picture.
"Hilda Elizabeth" is an attractive
little fisher girl whom
shows perched on a high stool in an
attitude of charming impudence. In
her short pink frock, the little girl is
a remarkable representation of the
spontaneity and freshness of child
"To Miss Knox her subject is not
Student Desk Lamps
Mazda Light Globes
Electric Irons, Toasters
An thing in Electrical
C. W. FURTNEY
Phone .s2V White
"The Autocrat" and "Babyhood"
CHOSEN' TO JlAKE TRANSLATION'S J
Dr. Louise Dudley of Stephens Col-'
It-ire Appointed by Publishers.
Dr. Louise Dudley of the English
department of Stephens College has I
been chosen bv tht Honi?htnn-Miflin5 '
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Company, publishers, to translate the
...u. poeu, 1,u"1 'u 'e'18" Ior
a volume in the series on the "Chief I
American Poets, which that company
WH1 .publish. The volume will also
contain translations of heathen poems.
: These will be translated by Dr. C. G.
Child of the University of Penn-
It will take about a year to com-
Plete the translations. Doctor Dud-1
'' will continue her work at Step
, hen's College.
' Doctor Dudley has been teaching in
I Stephens Collee for about a year. She
': a graduate, of Georgetown, College.
, Georgetown, Ky., and has a Ph. D. de-
jgree from Bryn Mawh College, Bryn
Mawr, Pa. She spent last summer do-
n rr f,tl1lll(a ll"t.. In fo vl.I1 ITa
t uife giauuaic ,uirY ill vumunubCi
Doctor Dudley is also translating A.
J. Barnouw's "Address on Old English
Christian Poetry" from the Dutch.
This will be published by Myhoff at
The Hague. It will be published some
time this winter.
From Philippine Education Bureau.
A special representative of the Phil
ippine Bureau of Education will be in
Columbia in two weeks. The repre
sentative. George X. Briggs, desires to
interest young men in the Philippine
ti.nnnitirr enwi'inn . . r ll'ielilTinr let
meet Mr. Briggs may leave his name
I with Dean V. W. Charters in Academic
Hall, Room 10.
ever Run a Business
eputation of Another Merchant"
This indirect quotation plainly points out the moral in itself
Get These Important Facts:
There is only one Fashion Shop in Columbia and that is the
Original Fashion Shop now located at 12 North Tenth street.
All work done in our shop is done by real tailors who under
stand their work. No inexperienced people are employed at
the Original Fashion Shop.
In order to introduce my new location I will make a special
inducement for one week only. You can select any suit or
overcoat in the shop and the price will be $30. My regular
prices range from $35 to $45 best grade of fall woolens.
IGINAL FASHION SHOP
The Phi Mu sorority will have open
hguse this afternoon from 3 to 5
A matinee dance was given Friday
afternoon by the Read Hall girls at
Read Hall will have their first in-
formal dance of the season October 24.
The Dana Press Club entertained .
with a house dance Friday night.
ThP memhers nf th k'.nn. si. I
fraternity gave a house dance Fridav '
The Sipmfi Alnhn Pncitnn mamliarc !
jgave a house dance Friday night.
. tfiik ;i nun ii : it ft priiinv nionr i
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Mrs. Charles G. Ross gave a card
j party Friday afternoon to announce
the engagement of Miss Mary More-
land of Columbia to Ambrose E s
T , rv,iltw Tin,- !,;. i..m i
-, . -iuwiu. i (U, (Wine nm U1U
cases containing a snap shot of Mr.
Estes. "the man in the case." were the
i announcement novelty used. Miss
loreland is the daughter of J T '
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.Moreiana ot Loiumnia. sne was n stn-
dent in the university last year. Mr.
Estes is a member of the Kappa Alpha
fraternitv. No date for the wedding
has been set
At Christian College
A large number of students with
i nhanpmncs nttpnHed thp Missouri-
Eta Upsilon Gamma has issued a
large number of invitations to an "at
home" to be given at their bungalow
, Hrd Dracllce is now beill neld
dailv on the athletic field on the west
campus by the basket ball team. A
game will be played next Wednesday
with the Columbia High School girls'
President St. Clair-Moss has been
appointed president for Boone County
of the Woman's Auxiliary of the
Southern Commercial Congress.
' the Medical Building Friday night.
The Delta Omicron fraternity enter-'The other officers elected are: Vice-
tained last Monday afternoon at their president, H. Hauchen; secretary
house on Rosemary Lane in honor of I treasurer. Miss Aljoe.
ihe Phi Mu Gamma sorority. Mrs. , The society will meet the first Fri
ig and Miss Mullenhach were the day of each month during the school
chaperons. I year. Reports will be made on the
various problems in medicine. Pre-
Rehearsals for the Greek drama, 'medics are eligible to membership.
12 North Tenth-R.
"Alkestis," are now in progress. This
presentation promises to be one of
the most interesting and ambitious
events of the school of dramatic art
in several years.
The college juniors have organized
with the following officers: President,
Esther Marshall, Charleston, Mo.;
vice-president, Lois Coleman, Little
Rock. Ark.: secretary, Lorena Accola,
Mendon, Mo.: treasurer, John Davis,
Mrs. V. H. Qregory
Bassett) of Paris. Mo., and
Pauline Duncan, of Marion. 111., gradu-j
aies of 1912, were guests of the col-
i lege on Friday. They motored over
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mained over for the Missouri-Okla-
At mass meeting held Thursday
night in the college chapel an Athletic
Association was frmed with the fol
lowing uuiceis. riewueui,
.Pen well; vice-president, Esther Mar-
sha,: secretary. Lillian Dunn; treasur
;er, Betah Reeder; press reporter, Lil-
,y Gri,ntll: Del1 leaders, Cecile Cobb,
I Caroline Colcord and Grace Green-
A large number of the faculty and
officials attended the library benefit
tea given by the Alumnus Associa
tion at the home of Mrs. John T.
i Mitchell Friday afternoon. During
the receiving hours Frank Parker of
the music faculty gave two groups of j
songs and Miss Cena Lack Bryan, i
graduate in piano, played one number.
Two brides of October 25th are
alumnae of the college. Miss Clem
entina Dorsey, whose marriage to Les
lie C. Green is to be celebrated at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Dorsey, is a member of the
class of 19u7. Miss Hazel St. Clair,
who weds B. K. Tate, is a graduate of
CARTER HEADS MEDICAL SOCIETY
Arrsinirement .Made for Mcrtinirs First
Friday of Each Month.
J. M. Carter was chosen president
of the Medical Society at a meeting in
A. Ehinger, Prop.
It is a Hobby of Ours
To Convenience You
The next time you are in a hurry for a
toilet article, kodak film, or anything in
the drug line, our messenger will bring it.
Articles delivered until 8 in the evening.
The West End Transit Company's Bus leaves our
door now. You may wait if you like in our store
BUS TIME SCHEDULE
West South West South
7-35 a. m. 10:35 a. m. 9:05 a. m
1:35 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 3:35 p.m. 12:05 p. m
2:35 " 1:05 " 4:15 " 3:05 "
3:35 " 3:05 " 4:05 "
5-35 " 5:05 " Saturday Bus 5:05
7:35 " 6:10 " 10:05 p.m. 7:05 "
9:35 " South 9:05 "
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They are another convenience for you.
Saves money saves time. 5 off
when you buy them.
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Judicial Decision Friday.
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