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Mo. Pacific Places Big Orders [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

1 Mo 1 Places Big Orders ST. ST Jan 9 D UP Mis Mis Missouri Pacific ftc tines es yesterday or ordered or or- dered ed quIp juip di for a new n w steel all st an-st 1 I passenger train costing On Monday Monda the railroad ordered 1 units of freight train equipment m ft

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Washington to Hear Drone of Question Mark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

WASHINGTON TO HEAR DRONE OF QUESTION MARK Record-Making Record Ship to Start East Soon Crew Says I iTO TO SAN DIEGO TOMORROW Maj Says Flight Showed How to Better Record LOS ANGELES Jan Jm 9 I UP The brown and gold monoplane Question Mark which carried it Its crew of five army airmen to to a 5 worlds world's record of more than six Ms days' days sustained flight was ready to tc take the air again today The three motors of the Question Mark Mart worn after hours of con con- continuous flight over Southern Call Cali California fornia fomia have been overhauled and th ti t plane cleaned of grime and dirt ac ac- accumulated accumulated cumulated in its ita record flight Maj Carl Spats commander of th the endurance flight Indicated he and an his four companions Lieutenants H H. H Halverson and Elwood Quesada Cap Ira Eaker Raker and Sergt Beret Roy W Hooe would fly their plane to Sax Bar Diego tomorrow Later Maj Spats said it is 1 planned to fly the mono mono- monoplane monoplane monoplane...

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Five Named on Welfare Group [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

FIVE NAMED ON WELFARE GROUP Committee Will Continue Drive for Funds Begin Begin- Beginning Beginning ning fling Monday In preparation ration for the continuance of the drive for funds of the Public Welfare Society J. J E. E Bogs Boggs general chairman of the finance committee has announced the appointment of five live members membeR of the society who will assist him in a campaign Marting Monday Completion of the budget for 1920 Ita 1920 1929 calls calla for not quite half of at the whole amount which the so so- society clety plans plana to tolie use lie during d the be com corn coming tug ing year Members of oX 0 the committee ap op appointed appointed pointed by Mr BoCa Boggs last Jut night are ore Alt Alf T. T E. E Haynes George Helm Frank Prank St at Clair Searcy Pollard and Mrs E. E D. D Baskett Just Juat what plan will win be used In soliciting the funds has ha not yet been fully decided How Row ever Mr Bona Boggs Is optimistic in re regard gard to the outcome of the campaign ...

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Will Speak Here on Feb. 2 And 3 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

WILL SPEAK HERE HEREON HEREON HEREON ON FEB 2 AND 3 Prof O. O W. W Warmingham of Boston to Come Un Un- Under Under der dr S. S R. R C. C Auspices Prof O. O W. W Warmingham of Bos Boston ton ion University will be in Columbia Feb Peb 2 and aDel i a under the auspices of the Students Religious Council and the Columbia chapter of The Pound Pound- era ers a young yo peoples people's organisation which conducts conducta summer ummer training camps campa for religious work In various vartouI parta parts of the country He will speak peak Saturday evening at the annual banquet of the at the Inglenook Sun Sun- Sunday Sunday Sunday day afternoon he be will speak peak at a University vesper service In the Uni Uni- University University University Auditorium at 3 I Prof Warmingham has for many years year been associated with the tbt t di directors dl- dl rectors of the American Youth Foundation who ho have In tn the put post conducted leadership training camps campa at Lake Geneva Wis Geneva Oe...

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Caulffield's Firm Dissolves [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Caulfield's nn ST. ST LOUIS Jan 9 s UP cause former forme r Judge Judae Henry 8 IL Caulfield will assume the office om of Governor of Missouri Jan 14 It the law firm of Caulfield and Bartlett has baa been dissolved it l' wes was announced here yesterday

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Engineers Reports on Paving Projects [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

ENGINEERS REPORT ON PAVING PROJECTS I Spent for Improving Improving Improving ing Streets Here Last Year Pour Four paving paTina Jobs job costing about constitute the greatest part of of last years year's work wort for the city engineering office In addition to the paving a large amount of main main- maintenance maintenance maintenance and repair work wort was done The repair work wort included the round round- roundIng lug Ing of more than fifteen corners comers and the overhauling of ot part of the sewerage sYStem The largest lariat paving job was wu the concrete surfacing of North Garth Avenue A venue It cost about alto alto- altogether altogether gether sether and was wu paid for entirely I by special assessment against the property abutting on the lbs improve improve- improvement ment meat This paving was finished late I last summer The Paving of Locust Street was wu wuL L begun in October under contract with Herbert Ra It was fin fin- finished in the last week WOk of Decem Dec...

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Typographers Hold Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

T J lag 7 Thirty guests and ADd members At Attended at- at attended attended tended the annual banquet of Co Columbia lumbia lumbis Typographical Union No 1 given liven at the Tiger TIler Hotel lest last night John E. E Davenport president of the b organization organisation acted as toastmaster Several of the local labor unions unis were represented by their presidents The entertainment program included ed two readings each MCh by bl Miss matt lisle Hedges and Miss Man Ann Liberman stu atu- students stu- stu students dents denta at Christian College R. R 8 0 Dodson DodIon president of the local carpenters carpenters' union in stressing the importance of unionism in industry held that the printing business and organised labor are the greatest IPU lao fac factors tors tore In America today Dean DeaD Walter Williams of the School of Journalism reviewing his own ow's career as a printer eulogised the printers printer's craft as u the uthe art an which makes mat for forbe the be foundati...

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Lions Clubs Elects Member [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

LIONS CLUB CLUE ELECTS C. C A. A ODell ODel Takes Taba Into T C. C A. A OTtell ODell of the Talbot Tolbot nor net Real Estate tats Company was warn elect elect- elected ed of to membership In the Liuna Club at a luncheon held wid at t Harris Harris' at noon today dl Last months month's attendance contest was wu won by bi the th tables under the tha captaincy of 01 C. C C. C Curtright and Cotton and ADd they will be liv- liv given liven ply ply- en a Ie banquet by the tile losing tables under UDder the captaincy of A. A R. R Trox Trox- Troxell ell eli and Prank Frank St. St Clair Captains appointed for this month are E. E A. A MacLeod Robert Richards H. H E. E Parish Pariah and R. R J. J Point Maurice Beedy Seed of Chicago was a guest I of the tM club three Thirty mem members hers ben attended the tM luncheon

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Harg Road District Meets [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

1 I HAlO HAEO ROAD BOAD DISTRICT MEETS Vote to C o Pill Fen Ton Tax TuaM and aad to 8 Batee 11 Levy Members of ot the Harg Jr Special Road District who met yesterday after after- afternoon afternoon afternoon noon at Hang Harg voted to raise the 10 JO- cent levy that they now DO have haft to a cent 20 levy The district also rot vot voted ed that payment of the poll poD tax by all aU tax payers paren would be contin The total expenditures of tilt ties dis dl district which was given 11 ven in the te re report re- re report report port of the secretary for the year 1821 were 1487 Floyd Vemer was 1 re-elected re com corn commissioner missioner of the district for tor a term of three years yean Other commission commission- era are R. R P. P jed and aDd R. R L. L Stone Leslie Crews Crew is II secretary of the UIe district f q i 1 fA a. a S 4 I

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Senate Groups Can't Agree on Peace Treaty [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

SENATE GROUPS GROUPS' CANT CAN AGREE ON PEACE TREATY One Faction Holds Out for Inclusion of Reservations t MAY HAY TAKE TAD VOTE TONIGHT 14 Indian and Public Lan Committees Continue Contin Oil Inquiries Inquiries' j. j I l I l I 1 Caga c.- i T Today day By United Pr SENATE ATS 8 L Continues consideration of I Joa 1018 war anti treaty Public Lends Land heart haw E. E Sterling Bait it Creek oil oU report 0 a Oes n. n In Indian JD dian Affairs gr at U I p p. p.m. m. m Special pedal Com continue SD t u. u i ROUSE HOUSE Calendar Wednesday w. t tab up Postoffice and aDd Con 1 bUll t Banking and aDd Com hearing on Los LeI bank bill bW Interstate Commerce hearing bearing on OD short s di aUro Foreign Attain Affaire Commit t h ar lug lag on OD calendar Merchant Marine hearing on of We life ol of Federal Radio Commission 1 Education Committee bearing on Federal Board of Vocational Education Special Prison JD- JD Committee hearing on oo situation WASHINGTON Jan Jaa f S UP r New Hew efforts eff...

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Mexico Defeats Centralia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

C MEXICO O WU Mcl lAad Thra W I. I SI 88 la tell U 4 11 to I. 10 IS a as TIM Tha 1 Mexico KaJoo gh School bod ball team defeated 1 la night at as 35 26 to 11 1 Maria ted lid the u- go goThe The Tha lOOn se at the tha end of the to SM Int was waa If II to 11 Triable was waa high wormy with tan lID potato Marshall lanky and aad Jamata Mexico Rulers Huton Roge and aad PIUL The Tha boys boya and will play the tha X W School teams at O ada MBa nail DIG t Friday

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Linden Man Hurt in Fall [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Und Mesi Meet ta III Phi L. L a of 01 WI seriously hurt Inart tte tw se buu a and aDd M 7 r when whan ha he f fill att trees from a load of be he was waa Haute hauling Wednesday Jan Jam fc L aIt LIt It is 11 thought bt that lo 0 to i I Ij j. j

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

PAGE TWO THE COLUMBIA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1920 1929 I I L I On The University Campuses I I

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

H i t ii- ii iiI I i SHOPPERS HOPPERS 1 a The tL m Quality a Candy Shop In Columbia t 1 M L 1 n 12 i in m town shopping stop top In fn at HARRIS HARRIS' and enjoy A 11 delicious lunch only busch only 50 i Iho i HARRIS HARRIS' Ii fi i. i MILLARD SISSON I if I J i a t f 0 0 p 1 I I I t Allton's Aliton's i Fender 1 AND 1 Body Repair Shop J Dented fenders will Hill ill be straightened repaired and refinished like new J DAMAGED I GED BODIES Smoothed Out and 1 Refinished in DUCO by 4 1 Expert Workman ho who I specializes in this thi kind of automobile repair t 1 Have Ha our your old car re re- J 1 finished in in DUCO Rea- Rea I Reasonable ea J honable ble price Ask For I Estimate 1 1 ALLTON J AUTOMOBILE Ir E CO o. o I t 1103 t 1 03 BROD BROADWAy BRO D' D DI Y I PHONE I If ONE 1700 I l' l tt SLICKERS It Will Surely Rain Get a Sawyer Frog Brand Slick Slicker er now and laugh at the storm If you have friends keep an extra slicker for their convenience Saucers Saucer's genuine oil slickers sl...

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Pittsburgh U. to Debate Varsity [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I PITTSBURGH U. U TO DEBATE VARSITY Contest Will Be Staged 1 Here Early Next 1 Month MonthA 1 A University of or Pittsburgh mens men's debate team will meet a Varsity Var i iJ J team in University Auditorium Feb Fob 2 2 3 3 or 4 on the question Re Rc- ResolvEd Resolved solvEd that the jury system should be abolished The contest will wiP be one of a st serl series nes s in which the Pitts Pittsburgh burgh plat platform m wranglers will en en- engage engage engage gage during durin a western rn tour It has not ben be n decided whether two or three man teams will ill b used it was Zd d at the forensic of office or- or flee fice here A Pittsburgh team debated here last year ear car I i I I Although i definite arrangements have not been made mad for all contests contests' on the till a an invasion of the Southwest by a Missouri l Hs Varsity men mens men's s team lean is being planned Schools School which probably will be in- in inI included I eluded on the schedule are Kansas Kan as Stat...

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Fine Arts Day is Planned [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

FINE UNE ARTS D DAY DIS IS PLANNED PL Students Are Arr to Sell Tickets for forI I luncheon and C tume Ball Plans for Fine Arts Dav Day Friday March larch 1 IS 15 include a convocation convocation I open op n to the public in tilt the a luncheon for guests and speakers pc i at noon noor and a costume ball in the evening i The convocation will be held at 10 o o'clock clock Friday morning and ar ar- arrangements are now being made to have sonIC some nationally prominent artist as the principal speaker Tickets for the luncheon or for forthe forthe I the costume ball to be held at the Tiger Hotel ballroom Friday evening e may be obtained at the secretary's s I in Lathrop Hall or from any cf c the members of o the following or or- orI t I i t wh wb are sponsors for forthe or orthe orthe the ban Delta Phi sI Delta Phi Mu Mil Milt MuI t I I Alpha Mu Ill Phi Upsilon U ilon Sketch Club Mt M Mens Men's n n s and omens Women's n Glee Clubs Club the th University r Chorus orus i ond nd the I tv ...

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To Shoot Rifle Match [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

TO SHOOT RIFlE HIE MATH M ar Var it itT it T Team Tam am il S ill Meet ft Jefferson C it it dun iun un C Club lub Tomorrow I There will be a i match between the I University cf of c Mis l Missouri nuri un Varsity rifle ride 1 am and the Jefferson City o C Cia n Club tomorrow afternoon n R at J 2 in the rifle nfl r fl nn ran manse e on the feu n ii l floor of Jc Jesse se Hill H l. l After r the mitch is fired a dinner will be held h ld at Harris Harris' Cafe at 6 o o'clock clock sponsored so-ed so by bv the University of Missouri Pitk I ln Club in honor of its gust guests Jefferson City G inn Gun in Club Cub Short StorT t Iks will lie je e given i en by Sortie some ot of U t tI l ri of the the- Rifle Club and aid b sortie some of the th guests E. E FE E E. secretary of the Mi- Mi Misouri soon SOlIn State Pistol and Rifle A tion will be bt at i th tha n match and tl the e dinner Marine C orp Offers Offe C Commissions on President Stratton D D. Brooks of the Un has received i d a lette...

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Mrs. M"Harg Ill With "Flu" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

U- U I MRS ILL WITH HITH FLU I S at Hart Hare in 1880 and Is 15 One I of 01 Oldest Residents Resident R Mrs A A. McHarg who ho settled In Harg in 1880 and is one of the three old settlers now living 11 there th rt is ill of influenza Three sons John Tom and Arch I live Uv in Columbia A daughter Miss TUlle lillie McHarg is principal of the Bent Benton on School William has a store at Harg Another daughter Mrs M William Siddell lives in Shaw and I the th Misses Sarah and Hannah re reside re- re reside reside side at home i

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Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I Mainly About People I II I Mrs Fred Welch who has been visiting in Columbia returned to her I home hom in Hallsville yesterday Paul A A. A McCreery left yesterday for St St. Louis Katherine r. r nt to Hallsville yesterday Thomas White who wh has been vis visiting vis- vis visiting lUng in Columbia returned d to his home in Browns Station yesterday y st I A A. C C. Brady went to Centralia yes yes- yesterday

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Mrs. W. K. Ryland is Buried [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Mrs Mn W. W K Ryland Is Buried Buri Mrs W W. K Ryland of OkIa who ho died last week was buried burled in Braymer She was the sister of Mrs Ir Mary Hubbard and the late J J. J G 0 Stockton of Clark P f I and is survived by two other t iii- iii iiiI ter Mrs Henry Lyons of Sturgeon StUl oa i I and Mrs J. J M M. Fountain of I Recital R at Christian Tomorrow Tomor I I The following students of ot Chrtt- Chrtt I tian College will give live an dinner after recital reci tal tomorrow evening in the col cot lege auditorium Rosalind I 1 itz its Carolene Carol ne Baldry Maxine Dar Darnell I nell Oney Huvendick Hu Virgin Virgi I I Wheelock Wh lock Dorothy Grieves Evelyn Davis ls Ruth Simonton and Bernica Bei Wahl Ii Women's Care Cage Meet Postponed Miss Elizabeth th White instructor i in the department of physical edu edu- education cation catton who ho has charge of the th wo wo- women a amens amen's I men mens men's s basketball ba tournament hat baa baaI a I I that the tournament WIn will be ...

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