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Gives Highway Statement [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

GIVES HIGHWAY Y STATEMENT H. H E. E Brown Reports of Last La Year The annual statement of the coun coun- county county county ty highway engineer H. H E. E Brown to the County Court was waa made Jrade pub pub- public lie lic this morning Included among the figures given in lu the report were Miscellaneous expenses for roads bridges and aDd cul cuI culverts cul- cul verts and district money expended by road overseers ov 11 11

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Mrs. George Dennis, 82 Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

Mrs George Dennis Dennl 82 2 ft Thee Die Mrs George Dennis 82 years year old died at the home of her h r daughter Mr Mrs Presley Sapp Bapp of Jefferson City Sunday night at 1 30

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Couple Marry Twice since Jan. A. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I Marry MAC Inee Jan Jaa 1 1ST 1ST 1ST ST. ST U LOUIS UIS Jan i V.P.- V.P. Thelma Grossman and Alvin Grauer both 23 hare haTe married each flach other twice since N New w Years Year The Th first fint ceremony oc occurred oc- oc occurred occurred on New Years Year's Y ar Rye EYe when friends dared them to Two days later r the marriage was vat annulled r ni kH 4 but today came word from the be brides bride's family that they had again lain reconsidered ft and made U St binding Saturday

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City Preparing for Thaw [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

WI CITY PREPARING FOR roa THAW TIIA Gutters Gotten Are Arc Being Bean Cleared of 1 Ic Ice Ic So 10 Water aur WW Drain Dralla Off The city street department started yesterday morning m to cut the ice out of the gutters in preparation r a thaw tha w that is expected The intakes of many sewers are art entirely closed by sleet teet which wa was packed pack into them as it fell feU This condition cannot be avoided In a sleet s1 t storm according to members of the department and it causes much trouble with drainage The be problem is 13 that of clearing out the gutters Utters and intakes to permit the water to run off oft

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Plans Survey of City Water and Light Dept [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

11 PLANS SURVEY OF CITY an WATER AND LIGHT DEPT DEFT R. R H. H McDonnell K C. C C p Engineer Consults Councilmen LOOKS TO DEVELOPMENT I Possibility of Water Softener to Be Discussed Robert H. H McDonnell of the Uw Kan Ian sas s City firm Burns BurDi dc McDonnell consulting engineers was In here this afternoon with the tile water wates and ond light committee of the City r Council to discuss the needs of ol the I water and light plant The Kansas City firm finn proposes a survey of 01 the plant Including Its Ita re re- re resources sources and needs need with a recommendation menda Uon by the firm to the cows coun council cil cli as to the future development of the plant Among Amona other questions that will wW I I be discussed in its relation to the fu fu- future ture hare of the system and D iu Its develop develop- d development ment of the plant will be the tha 11 of the tto of a wata t softener process a s phase with McDonnell k Burns urne if t. familiar r through its connection w...

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Wife of M. U. Professor Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I WIFE pF M. M U. U PROFESSOR DIES Mrs Funeral Funera at Tomorrow at Baptist Church Mrs T. T J. J 55 wife wile of Prof T. T J. J the of-the of- of the che College of Engineering of the tM University died at her home hom Virginia Avenue at o'clock this morning he had hadI been ill since July when she ahe sub muted to an operation She never Dever fully recovered The funeral will be conducted by the Rev Luther Wesley Smith at the Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon at Mrs came to Columbia with her husband in 1803 1188 and had lived here ever since She Sheu was born near Mexico Mo in Audrain County and taught in the rural schools there She attended at the University of Mis Mis- Missouri sour one year and then went to Hardin College where she ahe was wu grad grad- During her thirty-one thirty years as U a Columbia resident Mrs Mn e ewas was a member of the Baptist Church and took toot an active acU ve interest in 10 church work wort being a member of the Mary Mry Stephens Stephen 8 Circle ...

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Marine Buddies Meet Again [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I MARINE MAaINE BUDDIES MEET liEn AGAIN Capt Frank Creamer and Family FIB Visit VUlt Maj and Mr Mrs Capt Prank Frank D. D Creamer of the U. U 8 S. Marine Corps Mrs lira Creamer and aDd their th lr two children visited yesterday with Major and Mrs Rolf Roll Raynor en route from Indianapolis lad Ind to the Marine Corps Corp base at San Ban Diego Calif They are motoring through Capt Creamer and Capt Raynor were wore gunnery runner sergeants in the Ma Ma- Marine Marine Masine rine sine Corpe together twenty-five twenty years earl ago aco They had not seen Men each other I since 1010 1810

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Fliers Leave Bahia, Brazil [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

FLIERS LEAVE LEA VB BAHIA BABIA BRAZIL Peruvian Pen Head Bead for lor Natal NaW en on See Sec Second end ond Section of Flight RIO DE JANEIRO Jarf Jad 8 S V.P.- V.P. The Tha Th Peruvian will good aviators Martinez z de Pinillos and Car Car- Carlos Carlos Carlos los Zegarra left Bahia Bahta Brazil for Natal on the second cond section of their flight to New N w York at 8 o'clock this morning the Corporation announced The distance to Natal I from Bahia is fa about O mills miles

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Question Mark to Get Credit for 2 Records [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

i QUESTION thIoN MARK MARi MARiTO t TO GET CREDIT FOR 2 RECORDS RE r t Refueling Loses Rating for Official Sustained Sus Sus- tamed Flight Flicht CREW IN GOOD memol Unofficially Plane Takes All Endurance Honors in Hour 1St-Hour Trip WASHINGTON Jan i Major Carl Oarl Spats Spat and ad his hii lion tion mark mart crew probably will witt b be warded awarded n crosses for their endurance t. t of 10 hour houra and 40 to mInutes nee DaB top stop flying the United Pm Pres j. j L learned today r 1 By United Om Inu Unofficially the QueI Mart tark broke all ll endurance II reco tat 01 f it 1 will be he WiIL two two the the American Ameran refueling eu- eu ace anoe of 17 37 hours hour 15 mInutes to ondi and the world durance of 60 eo l hours bow 7 t d en from the I Crooy and Groenen The Question Mark Mart pa- pa pathe the worlds world's sustained flight record noord lea for heavier than air ate craft heW held by the Germane and Del but could couleS not DOt acquire tt Jt because of refueling m N...

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Stephens Drive Renewed Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

STEPHENS DRIVE RENEWED TODAY Solicitors Solicitor of Four Dis Di Districts Start Active 4 Work Actual solicitations for lor funds to complete the Use Oooo 50 drive for lor 4 phone phena College began D this mn The solicitors for tor the ills four district into tn which Columbia has baa been di divided dl di- vided met at the Chamber of Com Oam- Commerce marco merce this U morning and aDd received fi final fl 11 nal nil instructions A total of romaine remains to tobe be bo raised on the drive and aDd it is Sa the tile plan of the committee working oa oabe the be drive drift to complete too the work this week Pour Four ur committee chairmen Tom McHarg McHarr S. S P. P Z I L T. T Ralston and arid E. E F. F Carter rte sis are ia tD charge charp of the work each Mch having a district of the city J JUp Up to this time tune the be drive hat has been bean conducted by bJ a committee teem from the Chamber of Commerce and aDd no DO active solicitation was made

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Homage Paid to Royalist [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

S HOMAGE PAID rAID TO ROYALIST Body of Grand 0 J Lies U- ia S. State Ie ANTIS Prance Jan JUt 1 U.- U. Hundreds of Russian royalists I bled here today toda to pay par homage over the remains of their strongest It hopes for a czarist restoration The body of Grand Duke Dub Nicholas cousin of the late sear oar of the Ream Has slaBs lay in tn state in his villa hart bees surrounded by regal Although AJ Al AI though he ruled ao so peoples sad aad had bad only until small estates taw for l his domain doMta many man of the exiled Russian DOI looked to him as their III leader I

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B. N. Duke Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

B B. N. N D Dake ke Dies DIN NEW YORK Jan g 1 Ben UP Ben Benjamin jamin Newton Duk Duke brother of the late James Jamea P. P Duke Dub of the Duke Tobacco Company died today todal at atha athis hit his New York residence

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 8 THE COLUMBIA u PAGE PAO TWO

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New Governor Will Refuse Salary Raise [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

NEW kEw GOVERNOR I 1 WILL REFUSE SALARY RAISE i Would Not Feel Justi Justi- Justified Justified I fied in Accepting He Says j i i I BILL PASSED BY SENATE I I Agricultural Judiciary Revision Committees Named Today In the Missouri MI arl Assembly A Today By United Press SENATE Committee appointments Inauguration Finns Pl n Committee ineeta m t with House committee t Road bond bill bUt to be he introduced d. d HOUSE Considers increased d salary 5 bill but for officers which was waa passed pa d yesterday by Senate te Joint committee meeting In on en in in- inaugural in- in inaugural inaugural augural plans Representative R Wingo to introduce road bond bill Committee appointment a. a 1 JEFFERSON CITY Jan 8 S UP CP U P. P I Governor elect Henry H nry S. S Calfield i will refuse to accept the salary s in increase In- In increase crease from to which Is proposed In a bill passed pass d by the Senate nate yesterday esterday and ard now pending p in the House he told Senate S nate leaders lea...

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Kiwanians Hear Prof. Bill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

HEAR PROF BILL Fascist Fuel Italy and Experiences Ex of Eu Eu- European European European Trip Discussed H. H S. S Bill professor of the theory and practice of ot art at the University I. I of Missouri spoke today at the Ki- Ki Kiwanis wants wanis Club luncheon at the Tiger Hotel telling something of his ex ex- experiences experiences on his European trip through France Italy Sicily Egypt and England during his recent leave of absence from the University Mr Bill talked Informally giving of the aspects of modern Eu- Eu Europe Europe Europe rope as it appears to the ordinary traveler not the student of politics t and governments gov He spoke principally principally pally of the new nw Italy under Musso Musso- Mussolini lint lini and Fascism He said that he r. r thought the government of It ILl l was wonderfully organized d and that he 1 believed the people now saw that the way to liberty was wa through law Is w l- l and that because of that Fascist Italy was not a temporary form of go...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I j i i I I I 1 I At the Hospitals i AlS l Boon Boone County oun No o per persons were admitted or di 11 dia- dia I missed from the Boone County CoW Hospital yesterday ye according to of officials of of- officials t of that institution I t Diversity Clara McGirl 1 Mrs Frances Dier- Dier I king klIU Sheridan Sh Morgan and James Jacb were vere w admitted y rd y Af Afternoon f af- ft I t i I Bernard Hollander was as admitted this th morning morn t Sarah Ann Jones Ruff Shemwell Ancell Anceli Lewis l Merle Chandler Ed 1 Ed- Ed Edward ward Pape and Dayton Pauley were discharged di yesterday ye Sara Saper Donald Rush George Shepherd and Ida Cannon were vere admitted ad ad- admitted yesterday Seth th Downs was dischArged yes yea Bernard Hollander Non ell Dail Dan 1 I Franklin Wooster Ralph Peacock j Fern Cain Calms and a d Joseph Weil Well were admitted ad today toda y I. I Bertha Wolfson Mrs Mr Virginia Sym and Mrs MrA Stella Steila Robinson were fre discharged today Stella I

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Influenza Makes Big Gain in State [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I INFLUENZA MAKES I BIG GAIN IN DJ STATE ST ATE III During Past Week Week Weck Die With Disease JEFFERSON CITY Jan 8 UP There were cases of or influenza with th deaths in Missouri during j the week ending Jan 5 according toj toja to toI I a report today by Dr James Stew Stew- J I art state health commissioner I The number of cass cas s almost doubled j I since the report of or Dec 15 1 when when there were verr with seventy i I deaths The disease was as reported the most prevalent pr al nt in Linn County where there t cr were 2250 cases ca es and thirteen deaths While Dr r. r Stewart S W t j-t said the In 1 In- In Influenza j was not of the epidemic type an emergency hospital has ben set setup setS up Ut in the State Capitol to safeguard S I the health of legislators attending 1 the General Gentra 1 Assembly I I Counties reporting cases include Adair Clay Audrain Boone Cole 1000 Macon 75 7 Livingston 50 O. O Deaths reported include Adair 3 Boone 1 Linn 13 Nodaway 1 St. St I Louis Ci...

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Hamilton Bank Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

HAMILTON IIA BANK BASK DESTROYED Fire Damage Estimated d at i I Vault Found Intact HAMILTON Mo Jan 8 cUPI UP Four hours after fire tire destroyed the I First National Bank building here early today business was as resumed i i in a near near-by n by ar-by building i i Damage will total as the theor interior of or the building was de destroyed do- do destroyed leaving lea only the only the walls of the structure standing The bank vault a was found intact and papers jand and money were were- moved to the banks bank's new location The building i was constructed two years ago aio

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W. C. T. U. to Give Pageant [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

J W. W v. v C. C T. T I. I l. l TO GIVE GI PAGEANT FULtN r. G T Jan 16 WiLl Be Re Celebrated a a a aI I Birthday of Amendment I Plans for the celebration Jan Ja J 1 16 IC j cf c thi birthday of the i El d l' l ui mt H l li i Amendment were ai a t a t meeting of or the Made l Iad f Dysart Dy art circle eT l' l ol ot W. W C. C T. T U. U yesterday a it j I jat at the home of Mrs UfO Leo t South Sixth Street tre t. t Tie T r l pro pro- program I gram grain will insist of a pa pa a speech ech ai am 4 devotions dc h ie f exact exact pro prom L 1 nl and amid those tho to t tak t ak part have h n rot yet been decided The general theme will be Give Oie P Prohibition a Chance Mrs M. M W. W Janes Mrs Mis II H. C. C Venner Mrs Mat 13 attre tt tic ie C l Mrs Mr IL lore I-ee McCune and ani Mrs l John N. N Tay Thy Taylor Taylor lor were appointed to lo IC carry ca rry 01 oz th U. membership campaign for January rv The campaign wih Wili continue un uni l the last of May l January will be b de devot...

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Warning [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

V. G w It is i a violation of a City liv Ordinance nf to ride upon sleds attached att ta to an automobile or oth other r vehicle hid using j the public t streets are requested to caution their children to refrain from this thit practice as this thi ordinance ordinance nance na namu must mut mu t be b enforced t d as a measure nHa urt to t protect public safety John L. L Whitesides fd s ad Chief hl f of Police

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