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MONDAY OCTOBER 3 1910
A Safe Combination
in business is profit to the seller and
good value to the buyer We dont
sell goods for less than cost If we can
help it but we do buy at lowest prices
for cash and by a quick turn at a
small profit we give our customers a
good trade and keep our stock fresh
and attractive
WEIR SMITH
1013 Broadway Phone 179
BIRTH CARDS
Parents card and
babys good bristol
tasty border tied
together with ribbon
and envelopes to
match ready for
mailing w
HERALD OFFICE
14 N 10th Phone 382
THE POPULAR PLACE
FOR
REFRESHMENTS
LUNCHES
AND CANDIES
is
ofczM
16 South 9th St
COLUMBIA
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
COLUMBIA MO
6G0D POSITIONS
AWAIT onr Bookkeepers
Bankers EteBograplitni
trained Commercial tceh I
ers Within live blocks of tne bue Unlvermity R
uBuccueazscuclv xcerouRa courses jxccueni
equipment FirrzHTiYiaR Splendid library
pportusltlM t cr boyi nnd girls to work their way
today for petJjfnlars addrzss
This Girl Makes Bas Rcliefs
A girl in a quaint New England
town has built up a business that is
Staggering her with the proportions
to which it is rapidly growing Her
studio is in the overhanging second
story of an ancient gambrel roofed
landmark and the walls are covered
With the plaster bas reliefs molded
from her own clay modelings Col
onial doorways colonial fireplaces
historic houses lighthouses fantastic
witches and a host of other designs
are included in the display The plas
ters are finished in old ivory tone and
brown or are colored naturally One
of the favorites is the colonial fire
nlace with its characteristic festoon
carvings exquisitely reproduced and
the logs and fire implements in nat
ural array The white wood doorways
with the wood or brick house fronts
and sometimes flowers rambling over
the side panels are popular The girl
also takes orders for houses or in
teriors which their owners wish re
produced in this way instead of by
photographing New York Evening
Sun
You girls are beyond me said fa
ther as he tied the ribbon of his
daughters shoe Why dont you wear
buttoned shoes that wont come un
fastened instead of these confounded
tilings that are untied half of the
time-
Because papa said Gladys sweet
ly Id rather hav a bow than get
the hook Harprs Weekly
Let Alba T Fountain insure your
property FiVjfe good companies
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FEW SURPRISES iN
i VALLEY GAMES
Kansas Defeated Ottawa
University But Made
Poor Showing
HASKELL INDIANS LOST
Nebraska Ran Up a Big
Score Against a Minor
State College Team
There were few surprises in Mis
souri Valley football Saturday In
most instances the state university
teams met minor opponents and won
by fairly largo scores Kansas how
ever was a possible exception Against
Ottawa University the Jayhawkers
scored only 11 points
The first touchdown was made
largely because of ground gained on
Ottawas penalties and the failure of
the Baptists to complete the forward
pass at a time when it was badly
needed The second was questionable
and awarded to Kansas after a strong
protest by Coach Dahlene The re
maining point came when Wilhelm
kicked one goal out of two Ottawa
fought from the start but lost ground
on short punts attempted forward
passes and a weak line
The afternoon was warm and the
men soon lost their ginger allowing
the game to lapse into an uninterest
ing struggle The jayhawkers at
tempted the forward pass a half dozen
times without success
Although Minnesota won from South
Dakota by the score of 17 to 0 South
Dakotas defensive strength for the
first half bewildered the Minnesotans
who -expected an easy victory The
South Dakota line held the Minnesota
team with surprising firmness and
McGovern was frequently forced to
punt
Nebraska defeated the Peru Normal
School G6 to 0 in the opening game
of the season Forward passes proved
very effective about half of them be
ing for long gains Penalties were
not numerous
The Central College of Fayette Mo
lost to the Missouri School of Mines
by the score of 19 to 5 It was the
first game of the season The Miners
will play Missouri here next Satur
day
Drake University went down to de
feat at the hands of her old rival Des
Moines Baptist College by a score
of 6 to 5 Des Moines made a kick
from placement in the first quarter
and another in the fourth Drake
made a touchdown in the second quar
ter
The Kansas Agricultural College de
feated tko Haskell Indian team by a
score of 29 to 0 A week ago the In
dians defeated the Kansas University
team in a practice game by a score of
3 to 0
C A Cockayne Visits Here
C A Cockayne a classmate of Pro
fessor Sidney Calverts brother at Ox-
iord is visiting Professor Calvert at
his home 817 College avenue Mr
Cockayne has been traveling with Pro
fessor Calverts brother in Ceylon
All summer she has kept her sleeves
Rolled up her arms are brown
But home again with work to do
Sho promptly rolls them down
Detroit Free Press
Our freshmen too had things rolled
up
A trouser leg or two
And when theyd dance around in
slick
They rolled them down and flew
Enterprise
The historic town of Bladenburg
Maryland had a good bit of fun poked
at it by reason of its alleged sleepl
ness For Instance the story is told
that a Bladenburg merchant was doz
ing in his shop one day when a little
boy came in with a pitcher and asked
for a quart of milk The merchant
yawned stretched himself half opened
his eyes and then in the most in
jured tone said
Gee whizl Aint there nobody that
sells milk in this town but me
Harpers
COLUMBIA
THEATRE
Wednesday
October 5th
UNIVERSITY MI390URIAN
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News of Columbia
The Tuesday Club will meet in Fish
er Memorial chanel at Stephens Col
lege at 245 oclock tomorrow after
noon
A L Nitherton and son Carl of
Jameson Mo are visiting Mr Nither
tons daughter a student in Stephens
College
The Alumnae Association of Steph
ens College will meet in the parlors
of the college at 415 oclock Wednes
day afternoon
Miss Martha Marsh a nurse at the
Parker Memorial hospital was called
to her home yesterday at Tipton Mo
on account of the illness of her mother
E R Tillery of Marshall Mo vis
ited in Columbia yesterday Mr Til
lery was formerly a druggist in Col
umbia From here ho moved to Mar
shall where he owns a drug store
A union meeting of the young peo
ples societies of Columbia will be held
next Sunday night at 630 oclock at
tho Presbyterian church Mission
study work in tho different societies
for the coming year will be discussed
Prof J H C Kaeppel director of
St Pauls College Concordia Mo
preached in German on Faith last
Sunday night in the auditorium of the
Y M C A Services In German will
be regularly held hereafter on the first
Sunday of each month A synopsis
in English will precede each sermon
and will enable the beginner in Ger
man to understand it more easily
PARIS WATCHES STRANGERS
Detectives There Follow Closely the
Comings and Goings of Foreigners
Strangers in Paris are watched and
their acts are recorded according to
Joseph L Donnelly a private detective
of New York and Paris who was seen
at the New Willard and who is on his
way to Panama Speaking of the de
tectives of the French capital Mr
Donnelly said
Most of the agents of the surete
are old soldiers honorable men They
are supplemented by a band of quasi
police known as indicateurs These
people are permanent auxiliaries of
the service recruited among the street
fakers and masterless rogues who fore
gather in Paris
Behind these humdrum ogentsi
continued Mr Donnelly and gloomy
outcasts there is a mighty and mys
terous secret police about which not
one Parisian in a hundred has definite
knowledge The real secret police
today as under the empire is known
as tho brigade des recherces that is
tho brigade of investigation The
members of this force are recruited
from a far higher rank of society than
the fellows of the surete Indeed
there is no class which does not con
tribute to this system of espionage
A foreigner in Paris said Mr Don
nelly if he associate frequently with
people of importance comes in time to
know them well They follow him
in his comings and goings report upon
his acts and opinions and sift his life
with a care unknown in our republic
One of those who were sent out on
the trail of one of my friends I came
to know well It was funny how they
watched him and I watched them
What he was suspected of I do not
know though during tho troublous
days of the Dreyfus case he frater
nized with many men one of whom
was the Comte du Temple an ex-deputy
and an aggressive royalist Any
way my friends spy and I came o
know each other well He played a
good game of billiards and was a com
panionable gentleman Washington
Herald
Negro Cut in Brawl
Frank Williams a negro working
at 205 South Eighth street was se
riously cut in a fight with another
negro George Wright Saturday night
The fight occurred in front of the post
office Williams was cut In the neck
and his right hand was badly cut
Wright has been arrested
Pembcrton Store to Open Soon
Pembertons new store on Conley
avenue will open for business in two
weeks
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with the new ideas and complete assortment
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Scene From The House
Let Alba T Fountain INSURE
your property Five good companies
A story by Rudyard Kipling was
once running through an American
magazine By some means it became
known that the price paid for that
story was at the rate of a shilling a
word
Hearing this the young American
thought he saw arr opportunity of tak
ing a rise out of the author He there
fore wrote him a note in a somewhat
sarcastic vein and inclosed an order
for a shilling Tho note ran thus
Hearing that wisdom is being re
tailed at a shilling a word I send a
shilling for a sample
Mr Kipling kept the shilling and
WM T GASKELL AND EDWIN W ROWLAND
Offer a Dramatization of Meredith NichoUons Novel
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sent the goods When the recipient
received the reply he found a sheet of
note paper inclosed on which was writ
ten tho word Thanks Ex
The Waning Army
Tho annual gathering of the Grand
Army of the Republic differs from
most other great popular gatherings
in an essential and pathetic respect
It is the meeting of a dying body
which grows inevitably smaller year
by year Conventions of other bodies
report increases of membership and
growth in numbers and strength Not
so the veterans of the conflict which
is still pre eminently called The War
Their report is invariably one of
losses of diminishing numbers of
progress toward ultimate and now in
The House of a Thousand Candles
Witk Richardson Cotton as Bates as Produced for one year at the Hackett aid Dalys Theatres
New York and the Garrick Theatre Chicago
You will derive pleasure from seeing this play The mystery i intent New York Journal
Chicago Tribune
Contains effective theatrical moments New
York Tribune i
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Is undeniably exciting Chicago Record Her
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South Ninth
always carries a complete line of
Furniture Rugs Undertaking
New Telephone Directory
Persons desiring Telephone service or
desiring any changes or additions made in the
Telephone Directory must get their order in
by Tuesday evening October 4 1910 Call
400 or Chief Operator
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deed not very remote extinction The
circumstances invests the encampment
with pathos and perhaps it also
strengthens tho bonds of attraction
which hold the veterans together and
which draw them to their reunions
Passions too are waning In the lapse
of years and that is cause for rejoic
ing It is not because the actual com
batants are dying and disappearing
that the animosities which once pre
vailed are also vanishing Rather is
it because of the increasing perspec
tive of history and of the practical
and experimental demonstration of the
benefits to all parts of the nation
which proceed from the re-establishment
and perpetual confirmation of
the Union New York Tribune
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