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Tentatively Approves Dates [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

TENTATIVELY APPROVES DATES Militia Bureau Bareau Announces Training Periods for lor State Guards The Chief Militia Bureau has i tentatively approved the dates and locations of the Missouri National I Guard field training camps for I 1929 as follows according to information information mation matlon given out by A. A V. V Adams II adjutant general of the Missouri I National Guard at Jefferson Jeff City From Aug 4 to 19 the following i will train at Camp Clark State I Staff and State Detachments Headquarters Company and At At- Attached Attached I Detachments of the 35 Di Division Dt- Dt Division vision Headquarters and Head- Head Headquarters Headquarters j 1 quarters Company of the In Infantry In- In Infantry fantry Brigade Tank Company In-I In j Engineers Infantry and land Infantry I I The Division Air Service will win winI I camp at Anglum Aug AUK tHo 25 The Field Artillery at Ft Riley I Kan Ken July 7 to 21 and the th I Coast Artillery Anti-Aircraft Anti at Ft Barrancas Fla from J...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Livestock Business is Heavy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

t- t 1 Livestock Business B In Is Heavy lI v a I SPRINGFIELD Mo Jan 8 t U VP UP P The The Springfield stockyards during I II I the past year handled livestock h e tock net 1 net net- netI I I 1 ting farmers of the Ozark r more than t t aj a a I j report Of this amount j i i was paid for hogs

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Highest Bidder Gets Historic U. S. Fort on the Mississippi [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

Highest Bidder Gets Historic U. U S. S Fort Forton on the Mississippi i NEW ORLEANS Jan 8 UP For sale ale a fort Long in use but still in good shape That describes in brief what Uncle Sam has placed on the market and which was to be bej besold besold j sold today to the highest bidder 1 The fort is Ft St. St Phillip local beat located ed ed in Plaquemines Parish about sev sev- seventy sev- sev sevi seventy i enty miles down the Mississippi River from New Orleans It has an his- his historic j I tone past having ha ving played a prom prom- 1 neat nent nen t part in both the War of 1812 1 and the Civil War and Is being sold together with its approximately 2000 acre contiguous territory because Un Un- Uncle Uncle Uncle cle Sam in the future will rely reI on Ft Jack on located a half mile dis- dis dist distant t taut taft and on the opposite side of j the river I The famous old fort was built by bythe bythe the Spanish at a t the time they took possession posses ion of Louisiana and duri...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

1 I I i I I You are missing opportunities if 11 you do not read and an d use Want Ads I You dont don't have to walk the streets ts looking for a job Use job Use Missourian I Want Ads I I TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S SALE NOTICE i WHEREAS WHERE Rosa L L. Edwards a j widow by her certain deed of trust i dated d ted the day of March 1918 and recorded in the office of the Recorder of ot Deeds of Boone County Missouri in m Mortgage l Record Book Boot BootI i at Pa Page pro conveyed convened to the signed ned as trustee the following described real estate lying bing being and andI situate sit in Boone County Missouri wit to I Ten 10 acres the east ast half of the west half ha If of the south south- southeast southeast east last ol ot the quarter f northwest quarter of section 10 1 O Town- Town hip Forty-eight Forty 48 Range Twelve c 12 12 In trust to secure the payment of or ofa ora ofa a certain promissory note in said deed of trust described and andi j i Whereas said note is due and tin tin- paid...

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Scales Show Little Change [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

SCALES SHOW LITTLE CHANGE Weighing Machines of Egypt Are Art Similar to Present Ones I LONDON UP There There is little or no difference nce between the scales s I used today and those used in the th day of ancient Egypt judging by an I exhibition in the Science Museum South Kensington recently Illustrating the history of weigh weigh- weighing weighIng ing as far back as a is known n a steel sUrl steelyard steelyard yard ard used by a Roman butcher butch r iden Idea identical identical to the present day pr day t-day meat pur- pur was shown Modern scales of nickel l and en en- enamel amel with multi-colored multi dials on which the weight w ight can be read in inan inan Inan an instant stood side by side with models showing ho that centuries ago Leonardo da Vinci designed a self self- indicating machine on exactly the same principle Among the sets of standard weights was one row which had come down from pre Norman days and which still is legal standard in the Channel l Islands althou...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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To Employ Women Police [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

TO EMPLOY WOMEN OMEN POLICE POLI E Germany Will Have Ha e Feminine Officers Officer BERLIN UP Prussia's ia's new budget foresees the employment m nt of feminine police ranging from expert criminologists to police I counselors Three of the women in Prussia's II police force bear the ominous Ger Ocr German Geri i man title of Poli This title I must be used by subordinates in m addressing the three women off I- I Idaisa dais dais-a a rule which critics assert is isan isan isan an incentive to insubordination Tl T twisting tongue twisting title ti means chief guard of the police jail jaB An additional six forty-six women among the Prussian police will have ha their ponderous dignity enhanced by byI being known as I which de de- denotes denot de- de denotes notes not a similar but slightly less au- au position in the police force I In Germany observance of titles I is an iron-clad iron ance custom and there 15 is none of the preva preva- prevalent prevalent lent among American police whi...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Mechanic Now Politician [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

MECHANIC NOW NO POLITICIAN S Youngest Member Mem r of Oklahoma Sen Sea Senate Senate ate ate- Once Onre Garage Worker e OKLAHOMA CITY Okla UP The youngest member of the Okla Okla- Oklahoma Oklahoma homa State Senate six years ago was a garage mechanic getting 2 I a day Today he is one of the po po- political po- po political lUteal powers of ot one of the youngest states I George eorge Dewey Peck Perk the senator in inI I question is 27 years car old and al- al already alI already I ready has been in the Senate two I years He has two more years cf of c I his present term to serve I Pecks Peck's first glimpse of big time I politics came when he made a trip tripI I to Washington several years vears ago and saw Congress at work He came back to Oklahoma with ith witha itha a desire to be a politician He started as an reading assistant-reading clerk clerkin in the lower house of the legislature Then he became reading clerk be be- before before before I fore being elected senator from his...

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I l a Radio Programs I Copyright 1929 by United Uni d Press Baltimore 7 1 CST Alfredo Oswald Pianist WOR and network 7 CST CST CST- Musical Episode Epi ode f and network 8 30 CST Palm Olive Hour WOR and network 9 CST CST CST- I Kolster Hour i W and network net ork 9 CST CST CST- Chicago Civic Ciuc Ci vic Opera I Modern Mod m Rhythm Reigns Tonight 1 Tunes of today will occupy the 1 center of ot the national networks' networks I I stage tonight Nearly N arly every pro- pro program I gram on the networks network after 8 o'clock will specialize in dance I numbers popular at the present time The Columbia System will ill be heard tonight through its new to coast-to-coast network an announced an- an announced announced about two t weeks week ago Program Briefs The 1929 series of or broadcasts broadcast of the Voters Voters' Information Service will willbe willbe willbe be inaugurated tonight r. r o clock over oer 0 er an station eighteen-station network of the NBC System is a sub sub- subs...

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'Fodder' to be Valuable [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

1 FODDER TO BE VALUABLE Paper May Now Sow Be Bt Made From Corn orn CornStalks ornI I Stalks Says Prof Proto i The manufacture of paper and other products by-products Irons from corn stalks may soon add many dollars to farm incomes in m the thc United States Ex Ex- Experiments Experiments Ex- Ex Experiments and studies by Pi Prof of I Herman Schmidt of the department j I of o chemistry of the th University who has studied a Danville Dan Ill factory for iN t l production of products by-products from corn stalks have revealed re that paper and wall board can be made from corn stalks The proposition of several manu manufacturers interested in making such products is to harvest the farmers farmer's corn in return for the stalks pay- pay payi paying paying i ing him hi 1 in addition an amount equal to the value of ot the stalks as fertilizer

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Ruling Against Cars Goes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I RULING Rl LING AGAINST G T CARS AKK GOES aj II Slain Main Street of 01 Kan KaD KM N. N. N J Legally L Open to Motorists Moton I GOODLAND Kan UP Motor Motor- Moth Motorists I who drive their JIll down the main street of Goodland are ar doing so oday without beta ta subject to arrest arres for lor violation oft of III city ordinance II When hn the city ity council revised the city ordinances they found one that made it unlawful to drive a motor car down the main rn street For Joor years the ordinance ordin was on the th statute books but hut be because cause it had never ne been enforced on account of or the great number j of o automobiles no one was aware of the rule The ordinance was passed years ago when one of or the first 4 biles bils caused a team of horses to torun torun t trun run a on the the- main away way street re resulting re a suiting in much damage

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A Rare Flower on Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I IA II I A RARE FLOWER ER OX OS EXHIBIT 1 1 Shaws Shaw's Garden Gard n St. St Louis l Has Ant ht Nest Sst Orchid I A Panama ant nest orchid is in I bloom at Shaws Shaw's Sha ws w's Garden in St. St Louis for the first time It is a rare ape ape- species I des cies and in the tropics grows from fy t I the decaying vegetable matter that thatis is the nest of a type of stinging ants anta Another r plant on display at the tJ garden is a year five-year old cocoanut palm tree six feet tall with four fo I wide leaves lea cs This Thi tree is unusual unu in that the he t original ori inal seed or cocoa cocoa- cocoanut cocoanut I nut is 1 still intact I 4 Much Flu in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK Ark Jan 8 CU 17 P P. There There are between and cases cas s of influenza according to an estimate made by Dr W W. C. C Garrison Garri on state tate health officer The Tj j I estimate was based on the report rep I mad madi 11 i various sections of ot the state by the health department d nt An in increase in- ...

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Famous Landmark to Vanish [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

Famous Fa m ous Landmark La a rk to o Vanish Va n ish 1 F- F I I II It II I t I i I I u J I j 1 t it 4 t II s 1 I N se 4 The celebrated aldorf pictured d at it the ri riz ht i iv soon oon oo to br ht hIm di Im I i l I lo make ay wa yay for the th story 50 office building shown at the left in iii the architects architect's sketch keth k t h The rue Waldorf aldort is i i on on of f New tW Nework's ork's Yorks most mot colorful landmarks for the tb styles of or two tso generations were acre set t there Here too rrt ere settled financial as well as social fates faes for lor a group of or oraU Wall Wail Street magnates magnate s used to use u. u the hotel as a club dub room and gather there at the end of a day of trading Inset is Oscar OS ar of the Waldorf aldorf internationally famous r mou as the th chef ht f of this thi hotel An Immigrant from Switzerland at the age ale of 17 he d hotel service nic at the historic Hoffman House going from there to the Waldorf aldorf Astoria

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Old Boars Pushed Aside by Steam Era [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I Old Boats Pushed Aside by Steam Era II j jr r r- ri i i 1 C I t I 1 J t t I r II i r I I. I I i iI I iI I I I Famous old clipper ships hi and square riggers find a last refuge in the i Los Angeles harbor harbor outmoded outmoded by the era tra of steam Many lany of or the ships are rehabilitated for the movies i oo I

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

I t THE COLUMBIA COLUMBI MISSOURIAN TUESDAY Y JANUARY 8 1929 l r- r t bJ 1 i. PAOlI 1 News w In the Field of Sports T TP Salesman Sam I P T tP p. t SOL EveR VER PAt OF t KNOW t ow T- T TOT TaUT OT aUT UT t W i M iq leta 9 P HAD HD tw ru S Le IS OVER OVER- OVERT T RA RT 0 WOMa OS E. if OF PS P 4 toe p ON o t WERE WEE AlL uP Jr cou EfI 1 PUT POT CM ft BG Nt M Ep CE II SOLO OUT CALLED e h AT WH ATS OS ER ruff w s BACk b bi i t j. j L I A v 2 a Z j Freckles and His Friends By B Bl d IT S ABOUT 1 tS IS J. E S ii B 6 O is A J FOR GaW E I. I T- T IF S LO 3 BEEN so Busy y NEVER AS p. UrT AIRPLANE r AS BIG AS S 1 1 l

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Soldiers to Leave Nicaragua [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

soldier A to L Leave lA vr 1 Jan jsn 8 UP UP hundred marines and blur blue Ien ta will be b withdrawn from N Nc- Nc c- c cand and azid returned to their home and nd stations within the next days Secretary ot of Navy Wll- Wll ty announced yesterday ye Circuit ear Cur Fire Carter Owens Owen's Ford sedan edan parked at Ash Mb Street caught fire fire at 12 1230 30 o clock o'clock yesterday a moon but little damage was done dune The tire lire was caused by a short circuit near the carburetor carbur tor Carter Cart r Owen I i L coroner of Boone County Count

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

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I Cent a Word a Day 6 Days ay For a Word Phone 55 I I JU i-i i Columbia IB 1st M Tb be i t ber yr of ot The Association of or News News- ew- ew Advertising Adv Man- Man piper leading news news- which Include throughout th the Ui country and anc for lt Ita aim elm th the elimination of and misleading classified The T Columbia han a as a well as a every other mem- mem memol of ol the Association endeavor endt or a to Ad Ads and only truthful Want Lm iIi appreciate appreciate- late having Us ita attention to any advertisement ad not nit ron eon to the highest standards atan of J. J G. G BABB BAB Investment Inv Hotel First t Mortgage tut be ne 6 t Bonds M Exchange NatI Bank Phone 1862 I SIT G. G G H. H WALKER R CO I St. St Louis M 1 Me I I INVESTMENT HI Members NEW SW York ork St. St Louis and Chicago Stock Exchanges Knowledge as a to Investment invest nl nt val va- values va 1 ues or high class stocks tock anti and bonds resulting from our ex experience ex- ex of...

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Rickard's Body Brought Home to N. Y. Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

RICKARD'S BODY i BROUGHT HOME TO N. N Y TODAY Police Form Escort Es Es- Escort Escort cort to Madison Square Garden CROWD JAMS STATION ST A TION Question Q of Successor Pressing Pressing Dempsey Mentioned NEW YORK Jan 8 UP The The Theman man whose sporting spectacles amazed amazed amazed ed the world was wa brought home to today to- to today today day to rest In state in the temple of sport which is to be his monument Accompanied by his stricken grief grief stricken young widow and a few close friends the body of Tex Rickard came to New York in a bronze strewn flower-strewn casket aboard a fast express train from the South A strong police escort of Com Corn Commissioner Commissioner missioner Whalen Whalen's s finest w waited to accompany the body to Madison Square Garden a curious insistent I throng throng such such a throng as Tex loved pressed closely about the Pe i vania ania Station gates men and wom worn women en who knew Tex only as a name and a symbol for the spectacular in ...

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Suspension Likely for 3 Champions [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I SUSPENSION LIKELY FOR 3 CHAMPIONS National Ruling Broken by Boxers Not Defend Defend- Defending DefendI Defending I ing Their Titles CHICAGO Jan 8 UP As As As there I are three boxing champions who have not complied d with the National Box Box- Boxing Boxing ing Association rule requiring them to defend their titles every six months Paul the associations associations' president has decided d idro it is time for either some title risking or orsome orsome some suspensions believes that nothing can harm boxing more than Inactive ti titleholders U- U tle holders and he has started a s campaign to get the inactive cham cham- champions champions champions into the ring in title bouts As his first move mo he sent a letter to each commission holding a mem mem- membership membership in the association asking operation co in iii the enforcement of ox Ox 01 operation co in iii the enforcement of ox Ox 01 the rules Three of the present champions recognized by the N. N B. B A. A are liable to ...

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Bears to Meet Big Six Foe [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

J BEARS TO MEET BIG SIX FOE Washington Will ill Play Kan Ran Kansas Raneta eta sas AI Tonight Washington University meet their first opponent from the Big Six Conference tonight when they play the Kansas In the Washington Field House The Bears are fresh from last weeks week's successful invasion of Iowa The Aggie team this year is an un un- unknown unknown known quantity as yet having played only one game and that being with Kansas Wesley Wesleyan an The Washington team is captained this year by Ralph Kurz a guard Two other veteran guards and Duncan are on the squad Ed Ed- Edward Edward Edward ward Meyer is playing center with Constance Lohrding Houghlin and as forward material Following the Kansas Aggie tilt the Bears will play four games at home heine meeting St. St Louis Louts University the Oklahoma Aggie t and Oklahoma before taking the road on Feb 6 Women's Tourney Postponed The intramural basketball tournament tournament tournament ment for University Uni v women which was to...

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Kewpies Pointing for Boonville [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I POINTING FOR BOONVILLE BOON VILLE Coach Brunk Working 4 Squads in Preparation for Opener Pointing for their th ir conference opener this week with Boonville I High School the Hickman High School are practicing hard hardon on the high school gymnasium court I Coach R R. A. A Brunk is working to smooth out the rough spots pots which appeared In the cage play of the I team when playing University High I School last week I The scoring machine of the Kew Ke- f pies failed to get let under way in that game gam and the squad barely nosed out the U. U H. H S. S 9 to 8 8 The marksmanship of the shooters will have bave to be improved td before the season puts the team am into compe competition e. e with the conference teams I Four squads are working ou out out dai dai- daily daily daily ly under Coach Brunk and the scrimmage sessions arc are doing much to smooth over o the machine work of the ool The Boonville Hi High ih School squad takes part in the th Lit Lit- Little Little tle Ten cage ...

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