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Cochran Makes Peace Talk [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

COChRAN MAKES PEACE TALK M. M I r. History Professor or Addresses Episcopal Students M. M Hermond Hr Cochran professor of modern European history in the Uni Urn University talked on world peace before the Episcopal students last night To test the peace proposals before the world now one should hould examine the historical I facts in regard to the origin of recent wars and see whether er the peace plans would have pre pre- prevented prevented vented nt those wars Prof Cochran said The Kellogg peace proposal if had it-had it had been n in force in 1914 would not have prevented the World War because it was impossible then and andis is impossible today to decide who was the aggressor If the League Lea of Nations had been in existence in 1914 it would not have hae ha e prevented the war because use the causes caus s were nationalistic hatred fear par and suspicion which combined with alliances to make the war world world he said in part I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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MacDermott Services Held Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I Services Held Today HOLLYWOOD HOLLY Ca Cat Cal Jan 7 UP I Last Last rites rits for Marc MacDermott veteran ran stage and screen cr en actor who I died Saturday Sat will be held here to to- to i day

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

r t J. J Jt THE COLUMBIA R MONDAY JANUARY NUARY 7 7 1929 tl I PA 1 i-I i i n a i r R i 1 I I THE COLUMBIA CO L U M B I A MISSOURIAN IS O by the th C Sunday eY H. H Neff Ball 1 Inc JaY Js 1 at Columbia Columbi ce at diba Mci Member of 01 the Audit Bu- Bu BuU Mo s. s cI d as matter Mu U of 01 Circulation f lep on B office 55 general rl sews new 11 24 news De' m. m X A A. used on t authority Items Item marked V j 1 UP UP JP art are J J which th the Mu lite- lite of U e United Frew Association ona from lO receive r day all news new by telegraph wire wre SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier 4 14 4 a s year yer 1 t for thre month by man mall In Boone County Count 3 a y yr y ar 73 75 cente for tor three thre- month by mall mail elsewhere here SO a year 1 1125 25 for three months i ki Snapshots of a Boy Consuming a Soda I I I t I I MAM tI WOULD AT LAST NV I AltS W WHETHER TD p Poi TB Jl f HURRY UP WITH TI H ID 10 MAKE MK SURE fRE HE H l' l INK K SOVA FIRST OR A SIP OF SOW tC a cRi C ENOUGH k- k IC...

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Disposal of Garbage and Not Trash? [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

t r u I Disposal of Garbage and Not N at Trash While not presenting as serious or as urgent a problem I problem of garbage disposal al in this city the ques ques- question question lem em a U as that tion OD of trash disposal Including ashes tin Un cans bottles etc etc- 1 is an sn Important one The City Council which appointed a committee to to garbage disposal in regard conditions io mn and aDd to report as to the methods used by various other the disposal of trash dUes cities should seriously consider at mt the same time that plans of garbage disposal are reviewed renewed The obvious plan of garbage disposal would be one in which a contract is awarded to an individual some some some I person paon who would want the garbage for feeding of hogs hog and aDd who would expect to make a reasonable profit for ashes ash S thereby But such a person has little use bottles and tin Un cans For this reason r ason it is reasonable to I made contract suspect that were such an individual indi I f...

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Some Ashes Needed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Some Ashes Needed The weather man sometimes plays a mean trick on onUi onus us Ui and it seems that what he has offered us during recent days has haa turned out to be one of them As a result Columbia's streets are dangerous for both pedestrians and motorists A quick stop or even a true trite course while driving is nearly impossible and the tile chance of an accident is greater than the pos pos- possibility of not having one Lives Live and property are en endangered en- en endangered at every step and will vill be until something is done dooe to relieve the slipperiness A few of gravel sand or ashes at important Intersections will do much toward making ma king the streets safer fer and will earn the eternal gratitude of Columbia's motorists and pedestrians alike

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Safety Council's "Happy New Year" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I. I Safety Councils Council's Happy New Year I Along Alone with aU all the other optimistic forecasts for the t New Year comes conies the report from the National Safety I eleven months month f December I Council which based baaed upon f. f fatalities are not yet recorded shows a decrease in j j automobile fatalities for the last year I As against a total of lives taken in automobile In 1027 1927 the eleven months of last year y ar totaled 1 only fatalities altogether I i. i Considering the death rate of December c for years past I the 2800 margin for that month will easily over never all air possible ble deaths leaving leaviDa a certain decrease even though I I it be slight These TheM figures however do not present the true reason for optimism for they do not take into consideration the increase of automobiles upon the streets and of hazards in the large cities The largest percentage of collisions t occur in cities of OOOO or over according to statistics from the same me council I...

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Civilized Barbarians [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Ir t. t Civilized Barbarians I Ii i When the Indians ruled this land and later when t they contested the entry and expansion of the whites i i t they tIley were barbarians and were recognized as such But j i i r the cruelties they practiced upon their prisoners were I Ih t h In ID no DO way worse or even different from some that are j hi occasionally used today And the savages had the fact j jin Jrr rr in their favor that they believed they were doing no i F wrong In scalping a man or burning him at t the stake j i it at times It was even a part pan of their religion j j. j j But almost simultaneously the papers tell of the find find- finding I J t t lug ing of a human scalp in Missouri uri the burning of a I It t man in Mississippi and the tying of a man to a stake j I j rJ In III a Texas desert to die of starvation and exposure i lt 14 Barbarians and savages ages can be excused but these I H. H civilized barbarians cannot be excused on any grounds j 1

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Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

tn t 1 Curious Comments Ii IiI I it Every year is leap l p year to American Am pedestrians I f I A Georgia minister 80 has married some six alx hun hun- hundred hundred 4 dred died couples We wonder if he will win be made aside to answer I Ii i for far that Ii J I lt i We admit that war is a world crime But so 80 far fan we have not been able to think of any authority big I gt ir enough to bring that criminal to Justice tf g I IIi I IThe Ii The prince of Wales should never want for a Job t Reinforcements were ere necessary to handle the mail maU resulting from his recent appeal for charity I 4 A A Boston man fell six stories down an elevator shaft 1 I and ana needed no medical attention Neither did the avia avia- aviator a avian via via- t n tor ton whose parachute failed falle to open h. h F Headline Lost Loat Sheep Found by Plane Now that Mother Goose rhyme about Little Bo Peep will have to tobe tobe be rewritten i f. l i 1 College boys that start out to clean up big money t usual...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I According to Californians the yard 70 reversed run runby by California's elect captain-elect in the recent football game with Georgia Tech was not a head bone-head play but was merely California's way wa of showing hospitality A report from the heart of one of the old countries says up that nine out of every ten brides know nothing 4 of house work Ork Strange isn't it A hay fever cure has haa been discovered Dr R. R P. P Wade Wade- house of New York has baa announced Handkerchief makers have the alternative of or making em smaller or charging more Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week I said IUd Addison But in Columbia Sunday is 11 the least picture pi of days

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The Cure is in the Prevention [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I The Cure Is in the Prevention I IA A dozen laws for every crime a policeman police for every ry I criminal but almost nothing to stop the causes S of or o j crime This is the wiy we would summarize the situation today with called so-called experts still trying to solve the crime problem on the ancient ancI nt theory that punishment is a deterrent of wrong The State Legislature urt this year y ar as in years past will willbe willbe IlI be asked to do du something thi to catch the th criminal keep him caught ca ht try him rum and aud convict him hin There Theres s nothing new n about It lt It isn't l a n revolutionary rc program Its It's what hat weve we've alway 81 tried to do The fhe Missouri 1 Association A lation for Criminal Justice and andI I other groups group have made recommendations along those the lines nes A large part of this years year's state Mate legislative egi lati e pro p-o- program gram ram centers around effective law enforcement and judicial judie-ia reform Zt ...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

The Lords Lord's Prayer has been bern engraved en raed on a pin in head It is not legible with ordinary eyesight

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

A citizen of Boston claims that he ho has h 5 never heard of Smith or Hoover Well Vell he might make a good juror An effective r cU way to cure financial trouble is to tu spend less Jess than you OU earn ea rH Headline sav ay a 1 Chicago Gangster Or at least put one in jail Sigmund Sath Spa th ShOWS hows that the same pleasure pr may be begot begot got from singing the Merry Widow Waltz as from How Dry I Am since they have the same melody Mr l fails to take into account however that the latter song is sung under quite different con con-

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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

i j j I I j I j I j 1 I 1 What Others Say I What Scholarship Means Later From an In address by Dr A. A Lawrence Lowell pres- pres president pr sl- sl dent of Harvard University before the Chamber of at Commerce of the State of or New York I was asked to say something thing about the relation of colleges to business but if I may be permitted ted I should rather leather talk about bout business business my my business for business for I am a manufacturer as my forebears were before me My forebears made cotton goods The concern that I belong to has a different kind kird of or product r but b t n. n is isan isan an old and well established concern it is the th oldest odest corporation now existing in the United States In Inight eight ight years the business will be years old which is i imore more I think than any here What we produce is men I am speaking not of or the professional schools but simply of the college We Ve WeI make men It is a curious product one that cannot standardize be...

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China's Place in the Sun [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I Chinas China's Place in the Sun From The New York World One year ago this week an experienced correspondent nt of a New York newspaper writing from Peking reported that China was an unhappy country torn by contro contro- controversies controversies between no less than eleven en rival governments RO and that many close cIos students of or Chinese affairs were w re reI j I agreed that no one faction has even a remote chance ct nc of dominating the country for a long time to come com Today not only is 18 all aU China south of or the Great Gr at Wall l consolidated with considerable success s under a single central government at in addition this gov RO government government has made considerable progress in i l ng the foreign powers that tha t a new day has dawned da in the East and that the time has come to revise the one one- sided aided treaty system which has retarded Chinas China's progress Yesterday Yest the Associated Press reported from Shanghai Shan hai that new treaties r...

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Whoa, Pegasus! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I Whoa Pegasus I F FA I. I A Hecht ic Evaluation E Free Free With th This Edition Should anyone n ask a k us which us-which which no noone noon I one on we admit seems on the verge vergeot ot of doing just doing just what living American writer has at his hs command the rich- rich richI I I cst cat verbal bal patterns the most j nant nasa word combinations and florid floridi i metaphors our answer r is ready Its It's well who would you say I You x U see se s its it's l S 'S not so easy when you I stop to think So many of our con- con conj j temporary group roup have written with I their minds entirely nt rely occupied with j characters and situations and j interests and they have hae ha e eal i al t o d the mechanics of expression i to squeak as it might so long Ion as it iti i does docs do s not interfere to any important degree with Wl l the chord they are I 1 pounding out Well V leaving out the question of his play The Front Page now on onI Broadway Bro leaving Broadway ea leav...

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To Ask for New State Building [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

To Ask A k for N New Sw w State Building JEFFERSON CITY Jan 7 UP Senator A. A L. L McCawley Carthage is planning to introduce a bill pro pro- providing providing viding for an appropriation for a anew anew anew new building adjoining the Capitol I Senator McCawley pointed out the crowded condition condit Ion of or the building I now and said sald sa d that it was nearly necessary nry for more room that the I states state's work can be carried on suc suc-

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Heavy Program for Publishers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

HEAVY PROGRAM PROGRAM i FOR PUBLISHERS I Northwest Missouri Edi Edi- Editors Editors Editors tors Meet Jan 12 11 in St. St Joseph oseph ST. ST JOSEPH Mo fo Jan 7 t UP U. U Newspaper r publishers of Northwest Missouri l arc going to become air airI I I minded if making them that way is within the time power of St. St Joseph j i where the thirty ninth annual meet- meet meeting meeting meeting ing of the Northwest Missouri Press Association will be held Friday and andi i Saturday Jan 11 and 12 I In addition to the annual banquet i at a t the Hotel Hote I Robidoux furnished by bythe the St. St Joseph Chamber of Cons Com the th publishers will ill be treated i to a visit isit to the municipal airport I and free airplane rides over the city I as guests of the Bird Wing Com Coro- Commercial CoroI ComI I mercial al Aircraft Corporation of St. St Joseph Carl Wolf ley head of the I concern also will speak peak to the pub- pub Ushers lishers li hers briefly IY in their Friday aft aft- afternoo...

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In and of Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I In and of Missouri Mrs Duncan R. R Jenings Jenin s of Must Mont Montgomery M nt- nt gomery mery City will be appointed exec exec- executive executive executive secretary to Governor-elect Governor Caulfield From Nov No 9 to Dec D c. c 21 hot hot- ties tIps of milk wore were served in eight Jefferson City schools Building plans totaling m me A n p pI j I I have been announced in Mexico for 1929 I The Th annual Saline County Count y Corn Show was held in Marshall l Thurs Thurs- Thursy Thursday day y Friday and Saturday of last las week Saline County i eld eld the first fir t corn cor corn I show in Missouri ri thirteen years a o o. o There were only 43 cases before the police court in Maryville Iary in 1928 an increase ase of four over o the 1927 record Audrain County will ill hold it Its fourth annual and prosperity clover and prosperity conference in Mexico Jan 31 Fifty students from the School o of Osteopathy in Kirksville have file filed applications for licenses The Mis Mis- Mi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I Tell and andU U sell with Want ant Ads I II I 7 ig ts that R tc Skies es with C THE T HE air map of America is now in the maki making o gon orT JL the ground Ten years ago there were miles of air mail routes with j 1 two station stops to-day to a network of sky roads bridges the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico I Can n you ou imagine imag nc this growth without electricity without ith without ut j i illuminated airports without airports without trunk lines JInes studded with 11 I I electric beacons JJ A majority of f the t e beacon con air lights used in In airport and Men of vision arc are building for increasing traffic of the airway illumination iI have hac Soon the skies will viII be filled with commerce l been designed and manu manu- manufactured manufactured manufactured by by the General Electric Elec specialists ri Company have the benefit benefIc whose Just as electricity J is helping hel 1 ning to conquer the air the l...

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The Open Column [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

j r The Open Opel Column I Another Letter by the Editor the Missourian Here Hrna I ant am again doing things at the last nun nun- U ute it if U I dont don't write today you wont ont get eel A letter from me inc until next year for this is 15 the day don of Decem Decem- ber bar Its It's Astonishing how lazy one on gets g ts out here h re I 1 have simply caught the universal spirit of procrastination All I seem seeni to care to do is to 10 tit alt altin in the th sunshine and watch the glori glori- glorious glorious ous Otis Pacific Ocean ebb and floA- floA fiG flo v Jt as the tide comes and goes S It rants and roars or is calm and peaceful according to its varied moods This morning the breakers rolled up eight feet high and broke with the noise of thunder as they th y dashed over ov r the sand at my feet Now at 3 o'clock this afternoon af the lovely ely green en blue waves s fold in long feathery crests as they leap toward the beach Many bathing beauties bt are out hav hay having hav...

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