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Highway Group to New Building [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

j Hi lIi hway h war Croup to to New ew Building j 1 The Missouri l State Highway Com Cam 5 jon will formally f open its new 1 I office building in Jefferson Jeff son City Cily to- to tomorrow morrow evening evenin Jan 8 8 at i o'clock according accord ng to reports sent to 1 the Ithe th University tram Irons former lormer tu- tu 1 dents

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

j Lk THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY JANUARY 7 1929 M ft

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Chicago Police Lead Drive on Liquor Center [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

CAGO POLICE LEAD DRIVE ON LIQUOR CENTER I Chicago Heights Raid Nets Many Notor Notor- Notorious Notorious I ious Criminals AL OFFICERS JAILED District Has Been Scene of 62 Murders in Alcohol War CHICAGO Jan 7 1 UP Chi Chi Chicago ClIO ago Heights built by steel and de de- demoralized de- de demoralized moralized by alcohol awoke today to find its leading gangsters in jail Its 1 police poUce department under lire fire and aDd its entire local government tern tem temporarily I dispossessed by a combination combination tion of federal and county 1 ties UtI In the most spectacular raid in inthe inthe the history of Illinois the town of oft I t inhabitants birthplace of p I and scene of scores of gang murders was virtually sacked by twelve squads of Chicago police and sid federal agents who swept through its business and residential districts seeking the fountain heads I of vice and crime which have made the be suburb more notorious than Ci Ci- Ci cero cern 25 Marked d Men Arrested Arres...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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May Act Today on Salary Bill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

MAY ACT TODAY ON SALARY BILL State Senate May Favor Increases in Pay of Elective Offices By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 7 An 7 An antique in Missouri's collection of state statutes which appears to be i i doomed before the legislative ham ham- hammer hammer hammer mer of the present General As As- Assembly Assembly Assembly is a law Jaw made half a cen cen- century century century tury ago saying the governor shall receive an annual salary of and other elective officers each I A bill to increase the governors governor's i Pay to and that of the at at- at torney-general torney secretary of state i auditor treasurer and superintendent dent of schools to each is expected to go before the Senate late today for final action Its ap ap- approval proal in the Senate where hEre it be- be became became came the first bill of the Fifty- Fifty fifth Assembly is 15 practically as as- as I I Ilund since it was Introduced by leaders of the Democratic majority Passage of the measure by...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Education Costs Are on Upgrade [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

EDUCATION COSTS ARE ON UPGRADE State Apportionment De De- Decreases Decreases creases Despite Need for More Money For the period front from June 30 1922 to June 30 1928 the cost of edu edu- education education education cation increased 33 per cent but the state apportionment to the public I schools in Missouri was reduced from 13 cents of every dollar that was spent in 1922 to 6 cents of every dollar spent in 1928 according to a statement in a letter sent to all the city and county superintendents by bythe bythe bythe I the State Department of or Education I in Jefferson City and received here hereby I by W. W I. I Oliver I II I More state revenue for the public schools is called the most pressing problem I problem today confronting the su- su sui i I Boards of Education I and other leaders in education In 1922 the state paid through the state apportionment of public school funds or 13 per cent of the total tota amount that was spent while in 1928 the state paid through the gen gen...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Brothers of Hallsville Man Die [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

i i Brothers of Man Die Ben Mitchell of Hallsville recently received 1 U the news of the deaths of I his two brothers Tom Torn Mitchell 83 cf HIllier Ky and Ethan Mitchell ll I 90 00 of Howard Colo Cob

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

I i I I I I I II I I I I i Now we have a real public steno steno- stenographic stenographic I graphic system Get our rates TYPEWRITER TYPE SERVICE CO I All makes bought and sold 17 N. N St. St p i THREE BUSSES J i JL L I DAILY NOW j t i Direct from Columbia to Sedalia and i 4 i Marshall Also early morning Bus to i i Springfield leaving Columbia a. a m. m J i i Leave Ia i iI rL j Columbia a. a ar Sedalia p. p ar Marshall p. p J i I i. i Leave Columbia 1100 a. a ar art Sedalla Sedalia p. p ar Marshall 20 p. p 1 4 Leave Lne Columbia 00 p. p ar Sedalla Sedalia p. p ar Marshall p. p I I i Sedalia Marshall Boonville Marshall Boonville I IBus ff u i Bus Line S j I J Sedalia Sed alia Mo f i I I g JP I. I Ir 1 I t 4 Direct to tt California E from from Centralia Centralia- Fine Pine fast service of thru thu sleeping sleep ins ears cars carsto canto to I Los os Angeles and to San Francisco k dining cars can with good meals at reason reason- reasonable reasonable able eble prices prices observa...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Rickard, Modern Barnum, Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

l Richard Rickard Mode Modern Barnum Dies 1 S TT George L. L I. I TfX Rikard noted nt d promoter of big hj sporting por n nh f who died in a hospital h pital at ami Beach Urah Fla Ha yesterday morning mornin of or complications which sot set t in iii after an operation for acute 1 Hid tic an an life as a ae western e cow puncher and ran a gambling house r in Alaska during the gold KOld rush Later he hE- prospered pro in the th Nevada poM gd nd fields and during recent years has promoted gigantic gig sporting event evenly the gate atc receipts of hleb reached several millions of dollars

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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University Professor Invents Selecto-Meter, Fact Counter [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

University Professor Invents Meter Fact Counter I Henry J. J Burt assistant prof pro or of rural sociology at the University y has invented a machine which will Wll count combinations of facts Its It de development de- de development vas was made possible through throw h the interest and support of Dean Dem D an P. P B. B Mumford 1 of trie tre t e College Colleg 01 ot Agriculture The machine is called c JI d da a It promises pron ses a wide range of use use- usefulness usefulness usefulness in many fields of search it-search rt earch including economics econ sociology soc olo y po po- political political science biological bio sciences education and business The machine will count i eight combinations or eighty eight ht single singIe items per pr p r minitte However HtWe it has a possible speed tha will wUl double this rate With additional counters it is be be- believed believed believed it will vill count single Finale 1 items or more than six ix combinations con of items at a tone...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Prison Bill to be Proposed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I j I PRISON RISOS BILL TO BE PROPOSED I If Passed Will l lI I. force Relt Released Con Con- Convicts ConI Convicts to tl Leave Ifa C Capital I JEFFERSON CITY Jan 7 UP The The introduction of a bill that i will compel convicts released from the Missouri Mi ouri State Stat Penitentiary to leave lave Jefferson on City upon the ex- ex exp p rj tion of their term t rm will be one i of or the th Int u-cs u proposed by James jT I T. T Blair Democratic tlC representative irons from Cole C j Rep Blair Blairs bill to compel con cx-con- viets to leave Jefferson City 1 I cl d consist cons t of or a clause that any- any anyon I on s' s d to the t prison from fromI I out ld J ff C City must leave leavel h l re c upon completing his sentence s cr or serve c an additional lional period of re- re 1 i Th TiL is Blairs Blair's first fi st participation j 1 in th tha legislature lie Ie I e was formerly city city y of Jefferson City

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Nash is Aided in Yenching Drive [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I NASH IS AIDED IN INi i DRIVE Dr C. C E. E Jenney Helps by Soliciting Funds for Chinese School Dr C C. E. E Jenney of the American office of University is as assisting as- as assisting assisting Vernon Nash head he-ad of the department of journalism of Vouch Vouching Y ing University in his soliciting of funds among eastern publishers for forthe forthe forthe the establishing of a school of jour- jour at Peking according to word received ed by C C. Franklin Parker Dr Jennoy Jenney y is planning a trip through h the Middle l West during February in lii behalf halt of the Missouri pro pro- project project and will probably visit Colum Columbia bia bu buat at that tone time Mr J Nash Na h. h in his solicitation of funds among publishers of the t h West Middle West and the East has raised ra approximately of ot the t 1 goal coal set for the campaign I 1 his amount will be used u d as an endowment for University Uni for the next five years ears earsIn In the t he campaign being carried ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Farm Programs Announced [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

FARM fAR 1 PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED Agricultural Facts Fali to Be Broad Broad- Broadcast east cast on National Chain ham Reports on the business bu ness conditions condi Hons of farming in every ever section and andI I discussions of problems of wheat I growers and sheep raisers will be broadcast in the current weeks week's pro- pro program i I gram of the United States Depart- Depart Department j ment of Agriculture I V. v F. F Callander chairman of the i Federal Crop Reporting Board will willI I deliver liver a summary of the potato stocks report and Dr O. O C. C Stine in charge of statistical research rest will review the monthly price situation report F. F G. G Ashbrook in charge of the division of fur resources in inthe Inthe the Bureau of Biological Survey will willi i j tell ten of farming as a sideline Dr Henry G. G Knight head of the Bu- Bu Bureau Burea Bureau reau rea u of Chemistry and Soils will outline progress made and prospects for the future in finding industrial uses for ...

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Rocheport Church Elects Officers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I Rocheport R Church Elects Officers Officer The Christian Church of Roche- Roche Rocheport Rocheport I port has elected the following oUi officers of 11 I cers Superintendent t S. S P. P Potts j I assistant superintendent R. R M. M Raw Raw- Rawlings Ra Rawlings w- w wI I lings secretary Nathan Haines I treasurer R. R B. B Chinn China pianist Mrs B. B F. F Snipe

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

4 II I r Radio Programs ms 1 I Tomorrow Tomorrows Br Bh Best t Radio Features Copyright 1929 by United Press Pr ss Cincinnati 7 CST CST CST- II Perfect Pt Circle Symphony WOR network 8 CST CST Bar Bar Bar Bar- Barbizon BarI bison bizon recital Cit I and network net ork 8 S CST CST E Ev- Ev fr adv Hour I and network 8 S CST CST CST- I Hank Hsnk Show Bolt Bit t tW W ABC and network 8 CST CST CST- Voice of Columbia Among Amon Tonight's Best Programs The 6 The World Today NBC to toI WOW VOW and F A. A I 6 45 National String Quartet NBC to and others United 7 d Choral Singers CBS to I and I Duo Duo Discs NBC to L LV V. K and KOA t 8 Neapolitan S Nights NBC to W and 8 Marrying larr 8 Off Orf Sall CBS to toW W and Kr Jilee J Hour CBS to and 9 Thirty 30 Thirty Minute Men CBS to ie toi i K toX and aad K I Program Notes NO 5 I Mickey McKee famed fam d as a R Rt t whistler will UI be featured In the I foxy Roxy Gang GanK program pro ram tonight at The program is handled in inthis j this auditi...

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Auto Show News to be Broadcast [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Ant te Show News Newa U Ie B The second of a aeries ertes of or two pro grains crams describing new DeW automobile models which bleb will be shown mown at the ft National Show in New York will be broadcast by the NBC System tonight at 8 I The list of subscribing stations and KOA

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Police Investigate Blast [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I INVESTIGATE BLAST St SL Louis Family Fu Fall FaD U to Explosion la is Own Owa Flat Plat ST. ST LOUIS Jan 7 today toda were investigating why a boI explosion which caused damage damace in the flat of Samuel Cigno CianO yester yester- yesterday day was waa not reported to police poUce until twelve hours houn after the he blast and then by an anonymous woman who telephoned te phoned the news nen Cigno Ciano his wife and aDd six children and Mr and Mrs Mra William Burkhart and their daughter all aU In the build build- building ing at a t the time were not Injured Cigno told police he be thought they would appear without being notified

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

PAOli PAO SIX MIX THE TIlE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY JANUARY 7 7 1929 l 1

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M. U. Teachers Return from Conferences [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

M. M iU U. U TEACHERS RETURN FROM CONFERENCES Thirty Spend Holidays Attending National Meetings SEVERAL ON PROGRAMS Representatives Go From Seven Departments of University About thirty members of ot the faculty fac tac- faculty of the University of or Missouri attended association meetings per per- pertaining pcr- pcr taming to the work of their depart depart- departments departments ments menth during tile the Christmas holidays Several members took part on the programs of the meetings or were appointed to committees of the th or or- or Representatives from the School of Law who attended the meetings of the Association of o American La Lay Law Schools in Chicago were Dean J J. J J.L. J.L. L. L Parks Parka and Professor Profess J. J c. c Bour Dour Frank Prank Chambers a d 1 L. L C. C Over- Over street Professors E. E B. B Branson and M M. O. O Mehl MehI of ot the geology department and C. C C. C Branson son of ot Dr Bran Bran- Branson Branson son OD and a graduate of the y now study...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Bradley-Martin Ball Colorful in Days of Waldorf Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Martin Bradley-Martin Ball Colorful In Days of Waldorf Hotel Ho r rI t rt I I me The Waldorf Hotel at the time of th the celebrated Martin Bradley ball ballis I is 15 pictured above hen a large lar f addition later latr was as made to thi this original ori inal building it became the aldorf Waldorf- Waldorf stor toris a. a Below l i H a scene s nf on Fifth I I Avenue showing a Fifth Avenue bus buc Only the socially elect rode atop the th double deck come conveyances on eyan in those da days s s. NEW YORK YORK YORK-On On the night of Feb 10 1897 the police of o New NewYork NewYork I York kept a close watch on the en en- entrance entrance entrance trance ways waY'S of the Waldorf hotel There had been many hints of It brewing trouble Strict secrecy sur sur- surrounded surrounded rounded the list of guests invited to toI I attend the Martin Bradley-Martin ball which to this day remains the out out- outstanding outstanding outstanding standing function in Manhattans Manhattan's social an...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Life of Famous Judge Reviewed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

i I i LIFE OF FAMOUS JUDGE REVIEWED I j i W. W B B. Napton Story Con- Con Contained Contained tamed in Article by byj j F. F C. C Shoemaker Judge William Wilham Barclay Napton one of the most prominent of the judges of ot l i s Supreme Court who died Jan 8 8 1883 is 15 commemorated commemorated i orated by Floyd C. C Shoemaker secre- secre secretary secretary secretary tary of the State Historical So So- Society Society Society of Missouri in his weekly ar- ar arI 1 I tide on Missouri History According to Mr lr Shoemaker Judge Napton was one of a scant half-dozen half of the th most illustrious judges of the states state s Supreme Court He was born in Princeton N N. J J. in 1808 and graduated from Princeton i in in 1826 nin from th there r tn j I I i I j lott s i V e Va i in the U capacity ap cit of oi f tutor Later with Charles Minor he conducted a preparatory school I there at the same time Ume completing I Ithe j the law la w course in the University U ni ty of Virginia 1 I I He ...

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