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In Billion-Dollar Rate Case [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

In n Dollar Billion-Dollar Rate Case Ii 1 I-h I I tf JI w 0 Here lItre are the legal 1 al stars stirs of or one ont of the tho t hC biggest st big ft casc r ever stared t in the I t U. U s. s Supreme Court ourt They talk in terms of hundred do of el f millions million and andI billions of dollars d for the litigation between m the th Interstate Int t I Comm Commission ion and several eral appellant railroads railroad will ill railroad property pro rt valued up to At the top are three of or the th counsel representing representing the roads left IU to right riCht Leslie raven Craven of or Chicago Frederick H Wood New Neu York Robert II K U y Texas Below Betow art are two t lawyers hr r td in the cabinet t when hen hief hiet Justice e Taft now presiding was as president pr Walter alter I I. I Fisher 11 left former Secretary S of 01 the Interior is i attorney for the t I commission slon George G or t V. V Wickersham ham right who served s rv d as Attorney General GeneralIs is i counsel...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1929 J po JIBB

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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News of Columbia Society [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

0 w 0 f r- r r- r News of Columbia Columbi Soci- Soci Society ty Club Hears I 1 two Speakers Scouting offers a three-fold three con- con conI I ive tive program said aid A. A J. J Oil Gil- Gilin Oilin in his talk on Scouting for fors forrs rs s before fore the Tuesday Club ay afternoon hIt It offers a anity service program char- char id Jer building and training for citi- citi hip to the thc individual Scout S out and Ration tation for leisure hours Mr Hr Gillette gave gae ga e a brief sketch of fl the history of Scouting and told JJ tJ e the work of the Scouts in this immunitY He stressed str sed the need operation tl operation eo-operation of the te Parents to toke ike ke the most of the Scout work Mrs o O. R R. Johnson told of the wart of the Campfire Girls of Co Co- Colombia Co- Co lombia ubia and displayed samples of lr work Both she and Mr Gil- Gil fette te spoke of the need of correct pe se of leisure time and said that and Campfire work were two to toWs Ws of meeting this pr...

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Women's Organizations to Hold Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Women's Organizations to Hold Meetings Included in the women's organ organ- organisations which will hold meetings to tomorrow to- to tomorrow morrow are the University Dames the Social Study Club the Business and md Professional Prof s Women's Circle of off the Presbyterian Church the La La- Ladies Ladies' Ladies Ladies' La- La Ladies Ladies' f dies' dies Sodality of the Sacred Heart Church and the Lee School Reading Circle Mrs H H. H H. Charlton Chariton of the fac fac- faculty fac- fac of the home economics depart- depart I I went ment of the University will give ghe lve a lecture on The History Hi tory of Costume Costume at the meeting of or the University I Dames at 3 o'clock at the Faculty Women's Women s Club rooms at Lathrop I Hall The hostesses will win be Mrs 1 Rex I Barrett Mrs W W. R. R Hendricks and Mrs M M. McCune The Social Study Club which was to have ha ve met today will meet At 3 o'clock tomorrow at the home of Mrs H. H L L. Kempster College Avenue Chinaware Is the...

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Pi Lambda Theta to Hear Dean Neale [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I I I Pi Lambda Theta to toH Hear H ear Dean Neale Members of Pi Lambda Theta hon hori honorary honorary educational sorority will en en- entertain en- en entertain with a dinner tonight at o'clock at the Inglenook After the I dinner Dean M M. G G. Neale will talk using as his subject Possible Con Con- Contributions Contributions of Alpha Chapter to the School of Education Miss Dorothy Jones returned Sun Sun- Sunday Sunday Sunday day night to resume her studies in tn inthe Inthe the University after having spent the Christmas holidays in Kansas City with her mother Mrs H. H P. P Jones of Kobe Japan Mr Jones Jone is isa isa isa a professor In the University of Kobe Miss Ida Idalee lee Woodson of Columbia leit t today for Newton Center Mass to t enter Newton Center Seminary For or the past two years Miss Wood- Wood on con has been bren engaged enge ed in religious work work in Nashville Tenn I Alpha Chi Sigma chemical fra- fra j held its weekly luncheon I yesterday esterday at Harris ...

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Mrs. McAlester to Entertain Alumnae [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Mrs Me McAlester A lest er to Entertain Alumnae Mrs Berry McAlester will enter enter- entertain entertain tain tam members of PI N Beta Phi Alum Alum- Alumnae Alumnae Alumnae nae Club with a luncheon at 1 o'clock tomorrow at her home on Country Club Drive Guests will be Mrs Clementine Green Mrs Bar Bar- Barton Barton Barton ton Robnett Mrs J. J Overton Rob- Rob Robnett nett Mrs Millard Minard Lipscomb Mrs Sherman Dickinson Mrs Irs J. J H. H Cour- Cour Coursault Coursault sault Mrs Laws Watson Mrs C. C L. L Brewer Mrs Gene I I. I Smith Mrs Lawrence TenCe Dorsey Mrs W. W S. S Wil Wil- Williams Williams Wil- Wil liams hams Mrs J. J M. M Estes Mrs Dean Parks Mrs Herbert Reese Mrs Warren Whittle Mrs John Alton Mrs Frank W. W Dearing and Misses Queen Smith Marjorie Hall Mar Mar- Margaret Margaret Margaret garet Parks Margaret C. C Hessler and Mary Evans I The Mary Arden Club dramatic I organization at Christian College I vill vili entertain with a reception on Sunday afternoon in St St. C...

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At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I At the Theaters j Missouri Announcement was made today of the special booking of Jane and Gin Oin- Ginger Ginger I ger Rogers by the Missouri Theater Thea r rI I for next Monday Tuesday and Wed Wed- This team of young women have ha ve played the Orpheum and many other circuits in the East They came to Missouri during the holi boli- holidays days direct itom from New York and are scheduled to reopen in that city within a few weeks Both of the girls are former mem mem- members members bers of the University and members of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority of Missouri Entertainment for their welcoming has been planned

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

SHOPS THAT TALK CLONEY DORN-CLONEY LAUNDRY 9 S. S Street VIRGINIA COFFEE SHOP Virginia Building HARRIS HARRIS' CAFE South Street tr t WOLFF BERGER ER CO Broadway NANCY MAE SHOP Missouri Theater r Bid Bide MILLERS MILLER'S SHOE CO Broadway LIBSON HOSIERY SHOP NO 5 Broadway SAPP pp BROS SHOE CO Broadway MISSOURI l HEArTY BEAUTY SHOP Missouri Theater Th ater Bids Broadway MUELLER FLOWER ER SHOP 16 S. S Street strett rl Ji 1 Iw Jf tH J I 0 J 1 d I 1 i were two and three-piece three ensembles ensembles ensembles bles in m tweeds and silk materials in stunning combinations of plain and figured designs some with short coats others with long ones and still others with capes They certainly took my eye the very first thing Then too their spring school dresses are the best looking ones Ive I've seen one espe espe- especially especially especially I remember was a gray kasha trimmed in red a very striking combination The silk dresses in all aU the new spring colors were equally as pretty as the...

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May Attempt Farm Relief This Session [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

IMA MAY Y ATTEMPT ATTEMPT FARM ARM F RELIEF I THIS SESSION Hoovers Hoover's Conferences Taken as Move To To- Toward Toward ward Action 1 MEETS COOLIDGE AGAIN Visit Follows Discussion With Sen Brookhart Bill WASHINGTON Jan 9 UP President-elect President Hoover called upon I President Coolidge for a second time timea I a the White House today immediately lately after a conference confer nce with Senator Se Sena Sena- Senator na- na tor Brookhart Republican Iowa in which farm relief was discussed at length In some quarters quarter the th White House HoUSt conference was linked up with a possible move to pass a relief farm bill along lines favored ored by Hoover at this session of Congress though I Brookhart said in his opinion an extra session is necessary and in inevitable in- in evitable There is no general support 01 ot the McNary bill he explained and even e if it it would be in in- in adequate Brookhart said and an an- another another an- an another other bill bUl would have to be...

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

r THE MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY J UARY 9 Q 9 1929 I rr THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN Published 1 every except Sunday Y by the Ml- Ml l Items marked k By BY U P P. P arc e mo on o the th authority hC o cef Inc c. c Jay r YH H H. Neif N Hall 1111 1 of the United n Press i from m mh which h the Mia Mia- Columbia lio Mo U at st the at st Columbia Co receives day all news service by leased telegraph Mo ae aa m claa cla matter Member ol oZ the Audit Bu Bu- Bureau wire reau reu of a Circulation SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier 4 a year 1 for Telephones Telephone Business office 55 general newt new three t. months monus by mat mall In Boone Boon County Count El 3 a year tar 75 73 7 society news newa cents centa for tor three thre months by hy mall elsewhere 1453 a az X z A. A Manager year tL for tor three months j jI I jw w I Suburban ban He Heights Taking T ki gD Down the Wreaths fh H I i 1 r j 1 I j j HELL HE'LL THE HOLLY IN W OM 04 O WREATH IK U CAllS TVR PITY'S E l ER H t E E PUT Pur Th WRE IN TIME N...

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Why the New Calendar ? [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Why the New Calendar Many will be surprised to learn that about sixty in industrial tn- tn concerns in this country are now using an auxiliary calendar of or thirteen months montha of or twenty eight days each for their Interior accountings according to toa toa a report by Representative S. S O. O Porter chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs Affaire The fact that these sixty concerns have taken the matter into their own hands handa as far as running their own businesses is iz concerned Is an indication of the need of a change in our present calendar On the whole the advantages of the thirteen month twenty-eight-day twenty calendar overshadow its it disadvantages Indeed the disadvantages encountered are mostly those thole of making the change The objection if not al- al already already ready will be brought up that various persons and organizations have on their hands thousands of dollars perhaps worth of literature based on the present calendar that calendar that is la is dat...

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A Suggestion for Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

f A Suggestion for Missouri The Mexico bank robbers In all an probability had their plans lana well laid for getting the money m and bonds bonda from 1 the first PInt National Bank of that city They e must have j also alao had plans to get out of the city Once out they f thought they had a free tree field for their escape They r did not figure that the scattered citizens of the sur- sur surrounding surrounding i rounding counties would be able to capture them In 1 this thu they were logical It Itu was extraordinary that the citizens were able to cope with the three robbers as 1 they did cUd It It was warn so 80 extraordinary that one wonders if U such auch work could be executed again apin In such auch a i crisis and the doubt is 15 a strong one If U. however Missouri had a state constabulary an j 1 attempt on the Mexico bank might not have been tried Because the bandits bandita would have known that the highway 1 high high- way wa was patrolled that signals would have been flashed ...

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One Kind of Farm Relief [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

One Kind ot of 0 Farm Relief I j The problem of or the farmer are many Industrial effort effon hM has for a long time been rewarded more plen- plen than the agrarians agrarian's labor Relief plans plana have I 1 been executed in some cues cases and in others othera they are H q still pending in state and national V legislature for die dis- I if J mission and affirmation affirm tion These Th plans plana executed will f help belp matters greatly But there is Ia no doubt that a more morek f r k natural return and a more independent standing would I J i be of greater benefit benent than any subsidy or government i 1 help could give live I ft It is with this in mind that agricultural ti t 1 like industrial efficiency experts are trying to eliminate na it waste by using non utilized products That they have Il Ic succeeded by manufacturing paper from Is to U It attested by the fact that an entire edition of a news news- newspaper newspaper fj paper was printed on stalk corn paper raier ij ...

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News of the First Americans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

News of the First Americans In this day of ot interest int rest in early civilization the report of o f the Stoll-McCracken Stoll Expedition of the American Museum M of Natural History Jl story is notable As a recon recon- reconstruction s of ot the earliest t life li upon this continent it Ls i ot of special s value to the the- well informed individual as well ai a ato ao to t o archeologists and anthropologists The excavation of a primitive pr village in Alaska re revealed re- re revealed v last summer to Harold Mc M Cracken MCCracken loader leader of the th expedition e and Edward Weyer who took charge of oC the he t excavation a quite comprehensive e outline of the occupation o and home life of these first American vil vi- villagers 1 lagers an lagers l an occupation which h consisted solely of hunting i and a nd fishing and a home life which was strong and fairly fairl i satisfying s The development of new nw Inventions occurring dur dur- during during 11 ing i ng the different...

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'Suppose Nobody Cared? [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I II I II I I I i I I i i I I I I Suppose Nobody Cared During the fiscal year 28 1927 the Public Welfare Society of Columbia served s r d families containing 1063 persons In carrying on its work wark the society soci ty made 1935 visits to families telephone calls and conducted 2162 2163 office interviews inter Which though all very well and highly hi hy commend commend- commendable able is merely a bunch of figures to most moat people We can go further and quote that Columbia's Public Welfare Society shelters the homeless provides pro food fuel and for the needy seeks to make the dependent self self- I supporting stops street begging seeks Jobs for the Jobless fights tuberculosis protects dependent and I neglected children and so on And still this sounds like any welfare organization in any town and state hundreds of miles from any of I us To realize the need and value of Columbia's society we must be made to see that there is work to tot tobe t be done here and now along this line...

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The Wages of Witchcraft [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

The Wages of Witchcraft We who live in this age of the airplane television and the radio proudly declare d clare that we are free Iron i I faith based on ignorance and from beliefs and super super- superstitions founded on fear fer And then something happens like Uk the murder ini in it 1 Virginia of a witch who had put a spell on the th conferred murderer or like the murder in Pennsylvania I lof of a man for a lock Jock of his hair to break a spell We Wi Wesee S see that we have listened too long to stories stori s of the thi S farmer who aho went to a witch-doctor witch when his cow coy c became sick or of the woman who tied a very sery special I lock of hair in a bit of unbleached cloth about the thi th neck of a sick child We have smiled with an amused superiority and repeated the stories as quaint Now we see that the apparently harmless beliefs can result in appalling evils 1 In the case of the Virginia a murder the confessed I I murderer and the man who incited him have hae ha...

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Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I Curious Comments I I r We are awaiting the selection S of the queens qu n to be made by Oscar O car Odd Mcintyre Will it be a n las casp of O. O O. O 01 Or a case of O 0 how Odd I I An year old Civil War V veteran H was wa t t o f In b hu to h granted a divorce in Reno last year r. r Perhaps he U Ua Wt wis a veteran of more than once civil war J I j

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Whoa, Pegasus! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

i 11 I Whoa Pegasus I I sos sos sos sos os sos sos j I We e hate to admit it but it seems I that we w- wha have hae ha e gone the way of all We Ve have grown lazy It ItI I has long been admitted that sooner lor or later all succumb to to toI I that the bite of that little lUle bug which curses cursE'S them with an sapping energy-sapping malady and in time causes their their de- de dej deI j I tIon t i Even discreet such as O. O O. O McIntyre l admit the plague But Dut Brother Drother Odd Od doesn't say so soI I cut and out in the fashion of or a aI atrue I true westerner He has too long longin been in the East and has undoubtedly undoubtedly edly succumbed to the Eastern i trait trait of beating bt about the bush bush when saying something Odd ad- ad nuts that t t he ha u a l rge l. it tt ma nia II I and hints despite that tact he hei i ic i willing 5 to have hat C mire n re Now and I h he h will trill or om a bum b Jm day dar fill fiB in ri n ith i dh ili about the iho nail Mail he...

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318 Have "Flu" in County [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

9 31 HAVE itA E FLU FLIT IN IS COUNTY One Death Listed for Week eek k Ending Jan 5 Toll 5 Toll in State By a Staff Correspondent I JEFFERSON CITY Jan 9 Boone g.-Boone Boone County is listed as having one death j I front from influenza and cases of the j I disease for the week ending Jan 5 1 in a state survey Y of ot conditions an an- announced announced I flounced by Dr James Janu s Stewart state health commissioner r. I For the state sta te deaths from in in- in inI influenza I and cases of the dis disease dis- dis disease i ease were reported rt or nearly double the th number reported r in the las lasi telegraphic t survey SUf for the week end end- ending endIng ending ing Dec 15 1 15 when 70 deaths and cases of influenza were record record- ed Although Dr Stewart said aid the in in- in influenza now found in Missouri l is not nota a particularly virulent type he urged ur ed that ordinary precautionary pr measures be taken against it

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Boys Hear "Character" Talk [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

l BOYS S HEAR R CHARACTER ni TALK Dr E. E f L. L I. I Van an an Buskirk u kirk Speaks to o Club luli at Hickman High School hool Dr E. E L. L Van Buskirk director of the science i department at Stephens Collece f rd the t he Boys' Boys Health and Sanitation Club C at David Da H. H I Hickman Hirn School on Charac Cham t em Study y yn I I Harold Oliver president J nt of the club club opt ned the hE t meeting and pre- pre 1 Mrs s. tr l Adde Kimpton sponsor of the t hf club climb who presented pres Dr BuskIrk About A out fifty boys were present The club climb meets facets as an ars extra extracurricular ular organization t on every two f s sI sand I and hears rs a R guest Kuest to Speaker whom the boys have hac ha c chosen chos n i Ii I I i i to Hold t Bible School S hool The Ministerial l 1 tri 1 Alliance of Ful- Ful J ten has made nu f plans for a union bible school schoel to bo hp held during dUrin he the t I i summer Tie The Th school chool will bo bf open open i tv t I nil all chil...

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