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

Hall Bail The Home Rome Towners another att- att ij talking picture is showing at the Hall today and tomorrow In its ita cast are actors selected for their th theirs speaking peaking s pea It 1 n g ability a ability a requirement brought on by the talkie movie mOVIe- Richard Bennett Do a Kenyon Robert Robert Robe Edema Edeson Gladys Brockwell John Mil MJ Jan jan and Vera Lewis Lewia The story is II of two men who were boyhood chants In n the old home town and whit happens to them when they become beom successful There are two presen pres- presentations a comedy and a Jou- Jou ble Die quartet of Russians singing the tb Volga Volia Boatman

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Harg Woman Hurt in Accident [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

Harg Ha Woman Hurt Hart in Acc Miss Ma Edna Pace of Harg Rang received a bad cut on her forehead Friday eve evening eft- eft fling ning when the car in which she wai riding went over the bank on the th t narrow hill three miles east cast of Co lumbia Berkley Pace was the car going loing east when a coal truck going loing west crowded the car caroff caroff off the slick sUck road The car top t windshield and bumper were dam daJ aged ag r To Erect Monument to O. O AUSTIN Tex UJ Memory ot of O. O Henry is to be kept fresh by enc em- J lion tion of a marker at the site sit of ol UK U. t thome home he occupied in Austin A marker design by Edward J. J J Phillips I of Dallas Tex has been b en selected I I in competition conducted by the tbt University of Texas It was during 1 his Austin residence that O. O Henry published Texas Sittings Siftings 81

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

I THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 8 8 1929 run

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

SENATE NATE OPENS TWO NEW OIL INVESTIGATIONS INVESTIGATIONS' Ways J and Means Com Com- Committee Committee Committee Continues Tariff Hearings TREATY REATY TIEl TV STILL DISPUTED Officials Called in Case of Indian Who Lost Millions Congress Co Today By United Press PreM SENATE Continues debate on Kellogg Kello Treaty Indian Affair Committee con con- continues investigation of bureau of Indian affairs HOUSE Considers election contest on seat Rat of Rep James Jamea Beck Beet Penn Penn- Pennsylvania sylvania Republican Continues consideration of war department appropriation bill bUt Special House prison investigating gating celt cair 1 t tee hearing on federal ier l prison conditions Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on calendar tion Ways and Means Committee hearing on tariff revision WASHINGTON Jan 8 U Oil was the big topic of discussion today day at the capital where two Sen Sen- Senate Senate nate ate investigating committees are starting out on new trials starting out on new trials...

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Texas Pipe Line Survey Finished [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I TEXAS PIPE LINE PIPE LINE I SURVEY FINISHED Will Cross Highway 63 2 Miles Southeast of Columbia Survey of the ground near Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co lumbia for the Texas Pipe Line Une Company was completed Sunday The Texas Company is constructing a inch 12 crude oil pipe line from the Seminole and Cushing Gushing fields to its Illinois refinery near Joliet Ill IU Work Wort has already started on the south lOuth end of the line and will gradually progress northward as the weather permits The actual con con- construction construction construction of the line near Colum Colum- Columbia bia bla will begin early next spring Ac Ac- According AccordIng According cording to P. P S. S Quinn surveyor of Boone County the line will enter this county about two miles south of 01 UI Huntsdale where it it u. will wm WUI have nave to to W I I I I of 01 UI Huntsdale where it it u. will wm WUI have nave to to W tobe I be laid under the Missouri river I From here it will continue in a di direct ...

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

j I Missourian Want Want Ads give Phone 56 r o PR n RESIDENT I KA KANSAS LS an ai Ma D Where the the Hospitality f 11 of the oW meets the generosity YOS of the in int t A of America ROOMS IUM MTh I I SOLD 10 TURKEYS FOR SALE SALE Dressed Dressed Turkeys Phone PeO F p The above WANT AD carried in the Missourian Missourian rian nan three days and cost cost- costing costing ing jn r only oIly a quarter sold 10 turkeys Did it pay the advertiser We believe be bep p lieve it did 4 z CALL 55 V I t Li 4 1 t THREE BUSSES j jI I i DAILY NOW j I It Ii t Direct from Columbia to Sedalia and andI I I 1 Marshall Also early morning Bus to toJ 1 J Springfield leaving Columbia a. a m. m I 4 f J Leave Columbia a a. a ar r Sedalia Sedalla p. p ar Marshall 9 10 pI p. p 1 Leave Columbia Colombia 1100 a. a ar Sedalia Sedalla p. p ar r Marshall 0 p. p p I J Leave Columbia Colombia tOO p. p ar Sedalia p. p ar are Marshall 10 p p. Ii S Sedalia Sedalia- Marshall Marshall- Marshall Marshall-Boonville Boonville...

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On M. U. Campuses [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

On M. M MU U. U Campuses p I NEW PROFESSOR I FROM OREGON U. U I I I I Hudson Has Been Head of Dept of Painting There 2 Years Y ars Kenneth Eugene E ne Hudson Hudlon whose hOle I I appointment Saturday by the board of curators of the University as professor pro pro- professor fessor feasor of art Is to become effective next Sept 1 1 is 18 now head bead of the de de- department department de- de pertinent of painting at the University University sity lity of Oregon at Eugene He has held this position for the last two years Mr Hudson attended Ohio Wesley- Wesley Wesleyan an University at Delaware 0 O. from 1921 1023 and went from there to Yale University where he took toot a de de- degree deI de- degree I gree of Bachelor of Fine Pine Arts in 1927 1827 He has baa been for fifteen months as associated as- as with Francis Sav Say Savage Savage age as asan an an assistant nt in designing and executing several mural commissions notably those in the Elks Memorial Memoria Headquarters Buildi...

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Contest to be March 7 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I CONTEST TO BE MARCH 7 I Stephens Medal W 01 Be Given Glyen to Student With Best Oration The annual speaking contest fo for forthe forthe the Stephens medal usually called The Stephens Oratorical Ora Contest will wili be held March 7 1929 Any stu stu- student student stu- stu student dent who ho has not received a Bach Bach- Bachelors Bachelor's Bachelors Bachelor's Bachelors Bachelor's elors elor's degree in the University is el el- el The prize consists of a book bookin in defense of the Christian religion and a gold medal for the purchase of which the annual interest on is available a The manuscripts must be submit submit- submitted submitted submitted ted to Prof W W. E. E Oilman in Room Boom 2 of the Business and Public Ad Ad- Administration Administration ministration Building g not later than Feb Peb 8

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Talbert Talks on Sprays [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

TALBERT TALKS ON SPRAYS M. M U. U Professor Warns Against Omit Omit- Lug ing Winter Care of Trees That all ali Missouri orchards should be sprayed now with a dormant spray before growth starts and before the buds buda begin to swell was asserted by T. T J. J Talbert professor of horticulture horticulture horticulture ture in the University It is a gamble Prof Talbert says to skip this winter spray in any but the best for cared-for orchards in inthis inthis inthis this state because the San Jose scale and peach leaf curl have spread to every county The scale may work unnoticed and the peach leaf curl may sap the vitality of the trees I with a loss Iou of fruit and probable de destruction de- de destruction destruction of the trees I I Y W. W C. C A. A Head Invited Here The Y W. W C. C J. J A. A cabinet voted at atts atita its ita ts meeting yesterday afternoon to invite Mrs John Hanna national president of the Y W. W C. C A. A to visit the Y W. W C. C A. A here next week Mrs Hanna is...

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Dean Mumford to St. Louis [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I I I I I DEAN RD TO ST. ST LOUIS WW Will Speak at Luncheon There ft I I Thursday ny Noon i iI Dean P. P B. B Mumford of the Missouri Mis Mis- Missouri College of Agriculture will wills ill peak s eak Thursday noon at a Joint meet- meet meeting log ing ng of the St. St Louis Louts Kiwanis Club and the Mississippi Valley Equipment Equip Equip- Equipment ment Association at the Jefferson Hotel in St. St Louis Dean Mumford Munford will win emphasize agricultural engineer engineer- engineering engineering ing inc in tn his address The Place of Animal Husbandry in American Agriculture will be the subject discussed by Dean Mumford at a a meeting of the Block and Bridle Club tonight in Room Agricultural Building

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Are on Nebraska Program [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I ARE ON OS NEBRASKA PROGRAM Dr Eckles and aDd J. J T. T Quinn Speak at Farmers Farmers' Week eek Meetings M Two Missourians Dr C. C H. H Eckles former head of the dairy department of the Missouri College of Agriculture Agriculture ture and J J. J T. T Quinn specialist in vegetables at the Missouri College of ol Agriculture are to take part in the Nebraska Farmers Farmers' Week program at Lincoln this week Dr Eckles will discuss Dairying Abroad Mr Quinn will talk on The Modern Modem Trend in Vegetable Production and Potato Experiences in Missouri The rapid strides in successful production of potatoes in Missouri will be stressed Y W. W C. C A. A to Hold Meeting I I Color in music art dancing poetry and religion will be consid consid- considered considered ered in the color program at the 1 i I meeting of the Y W. W C. C A A. at E rt 4 p PI p. p Thursday at Lowry Hall Constance Boyer will be in charge of the mu mu- sic ale Caroline Pickard will discuss i color in art and Barbara Te...

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May be U. S. Senator [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

MAY BE V. V U l S. S SENATOR I Former Boone BooDe Is PossIble 1 Successor to 0 Curtis Curtla of Kansas I Charles Q Chandler a former roe res resident ident of Boone County and now DOW a banker in Wichita Kan is being bem I considered for appointment a as United States Senator from Kansas to fill out the term of Senator Charles Curtis vice president Reports from Kansas are that Gov I Clyde lyde Reed is 15 inclined to favor the former ormer Missourian as successor to Senator Curtis Mr Chandler was born In Roche Roche- Rocheport port and after being beiDl connected with the he Bank of Commerce Comm of Kansas City ity moved mo to Wichita twenty-five twenty years rears ago alo where he became one of ofle the le foremost bankers bank rs of the state He le is well ell ell known in Columbia and Boone County Is Named as al Daughter Daughters Guardian F. F H. H Whittaker was named legal guardian of his daughter Catherine a minor in Probate Court this morning

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Yellow Cab Head Retires [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

YELLOW CAB HEAD RETIS I Herts Ben issue Over Owr t te Jaba I CHICAGO Jan f I Two Two millionaire financiers who mow more than baD forty years yean ago began their careers careen as al newsboys boys on OIl Chicago's streets were the principals in the toO change of directorate announced by the ue Tel Yel Yellow Tellow low Jaw Cab Company Oom y today John Hertz who peddled papers papera along the waterfront of the Chicago River retired as chairman of ol the board and aDd president of the Yellow Cab cb Company His last act was the gift of in stock to about sixty who cast cut their lot with him in irs establishing the Yellow companies Into the position vacated by Beets Herts stepped another old time newsboy I Charles A A. McCullough president of i the he Parmalee Transfer Company who long ong has been associated with Hertz Herts Bertain in the cab concerns Brooklyn D Eagle Sold BROOKLYN N N. Y Jan t I Frank E Gannett owner of fit fit- fifteen teen een newspapers most mOlt of them In New ...

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

PAO SIX SEC THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 8 8 1929 W

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Missouri May Have Aviation Department [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

MISSOURI MAY HAVE AVIATION A VIA TION DEPARTMENT Bills for Its Creation to Be Introduced by St. St Louisan TO MAKE MIKE FLYING SAFER Will Ask Regular Plane Inspection Inspection To To Cur Cur- Curtail Curtail tail Stunt Flying JEFFERSON JEPPERSON CITY crry Jan 8 UP VP The The creation of a Department of Aviation and legislation to make fly fly- flying flying ing 1111 safer will wW be included mc in avia avia- aviation a tion 1100 biUs introduced in n the Missouri General Assembly Representative Robert Robt P. P Miller of St. St Louis told the United Press These bills re relating re- re relating lating latina to tD aviation will be the first to tobe tobe tobe be introduced in a Missouri legisla legisla- ture tun Representative Miller Muter the youngest legislator In the House this session will probably introduce the bills early next week w be he said aid The new DeW department as outlined by Miner Miller would include a number of laws lawa to fo safeguard flying Hying He would have e...

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May Reclaim 3000 Acres [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

MAY RECLAIM SOlI ACRES St St. Ix U Engineer Outlines River RiTer Improvement Plan PIa for City Plans Plana to improve the Mississippi River front north and south of the downtown district of St. St Louis Louia at an estimated cost east of in twenty twenty ty or r thirty years when the im improvement Im- Im Improvement provement filch is 11 now MW under con con- construction Is completed have ha ve been I outlined by Harland Bartholomew I engineer of the City Plan Commis Commis- Commission i lion sion of ot st t. t Louis If the plan Is carried out ont more I than acres of land will be re- re reclaimed reclaimed re reclaimed I Ithan claimed from the Mississippi River and will be used to create a park part I larger than the present Forest Park of St. St Louis Low and net an airport larger II than the present Lambert St. Louis Field of St. St Louis Both of these I I would be only ten minutes from the I heart of the city I The plan calls calla for tor the purchase of ol lowlands from Illi...

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To Have New Weekly [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

TO ro HAVE nv BA VB NEW WEEKLY Y Jt z 3 S. Melto Will wm Start Stan Newspaper In Ie This Month MoU will have a new weekly newspaper sometime this month when X R. J. J Melton deputy oil inspector for southeast Missouri will resign his hta position and go 10 to Boonville to take tate charge char of it Melton is well weD acquainted in Boon- Boon YUle having been connected with a newspaper there before He also alao at atone atone one ODe time owned and operated the Republican at and has baa been connected with newspapers at Sedalia and California Mo and Miami Okla

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Wire Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

1 Wire Briefs Briefs I t ARKANSAS CITY Kan Can Jan 8 Harry UP Harry Prince 74 last of the founders of Arkansas to City died cUed at his hi home horns here yesterday of ofIn influenza In uena He was Arkansas City's first banker and was rated as aa a mil mu- f V KANSAS CITY Jan 8 UP A A Ahole hole bole he dug due in the street tr t to repair r J. J water main brought death to How- How Howard Howard i ard Hayes 56 66 a laborer here He J 1 Accidentally stepped into the hole r l and fell suffering a broken neck il i He Be died almost Instantly f WASHINGTON Jan Jan 8 UP j t Construction by the St St. Louis South- South Southwestern Ff ti western Railway of thirty-one thirty miles mUes l F l of new road in Missouri and Arkan- Arkan f MS 51 and acquisition of three short shortS S L tines lines has been approved in a pro- pro proA proposed A 1 posed poled report submitted to the Inter- Inter t b Commerce Commission I U HOLLYWOOD Jan 8 UP rr I r The motion picture colony paid its last tribute...

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Chirstian College Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I Christian College Notes Noes Twenty four girls now attending Christian College were either vale ale valedictorians or salutatorians in m their high schools Those These Th honor girls are Mary Ruth Rhodes Hillsboro Ill Ruth Simon Simonton ton Falls Fall City Neb Wilma Sharp Craig Edith Stewart Camden Elizabeth Watson Union City Tenn Term Drucilla Zimmerman Westplains Martha Hutcherson Hu herson Clinton Ky Virginia Hamilton Corder Esther Esth r Kirk Gibbon Neb Frances Prances Mitchell Superior Neb Wilma McMaster Shelbyville Jo JoFrances JoFrances JoFrances Frances Powell ell Eldorado Kim Thelma Peterson Pete nt Shelton Sheton Neb Em Em- Emma Emma Emma ma B. B Parker La Monte fonte Henrietta Park Part Platte City Jaime Alter Eu Eu- reka Kan Mary C C. A Black- Black Blackwater Blackwater Blackwater water Laura Mae Ma Brown Centra Centra- Centralia lia Ua Elizabeth EUzabeth Butt Fulton Ky Elizabeth Brock Clinton Ky Bar Bar- Barbara Barbara Barbara bara Beck Sikeston Margie Cole Albion ...

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In and of Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I In and of Missouri I IOne bUild I One hundred and two new build build- buildings buildings ings were constructed in Cape Girar- Girar au during 1928 at a cost of 1 OOOO Omar D D. Gray of Sturgeon will have ha ve charge of a tour of or news news- newspaper newspaper newspaper paper men to Mexico City late this month Engineers of St St. Louis have ha award award- awarded ed altitude honors to the Tele Tele- Telephone phone Building stating that it itis itIs is 9 feet higher than the new court court- house Work will soon begin on a a new newline newline newline line of the Missouri Pacific Railroad from Illmo to Cape Girardeau J J. J B. B Murphy of Salina SaUna Kan has applied for a permit to take oer and complete a proposed dam d m and hydro-electric hydro power r plant on the theN Niangua N River in Camden County Building permits in Kirkwood dur dur- during during durIng ing 1928 amounted to as compared with in 1927 j The rebuilding of the fish hatch- hatch hatcheries tries eries...

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