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School District Plan Explained [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

SCHOOL DISTRICT PLAN EXPLAINED T. T J. J J Walker Speaks to Jefferson City Ci ty i Rotarians I By a Staff Correspondent j JEFFERSON CITY Jan 9 i UP I IThe The The reorganization of Missouri m- m to larger school districts with a j I larger larKer state school fund and a special equalization fund would equalize educational j opportunities for children throughout the state s ate and give the rural child chUd the same chance ai as the child in the city or wealthy j i counties Thomas J. J Walker Wa of Co- Co Columbia j lumbia editor of School and Corn Com Comi i told the Rotary Club here I yesterday j I 1 Weaknesses and inequalities of the j I present school laws were pointed out by Walker as he he- outlined the legis- legis legislative legislative i In tive program of the Missouri State 1 Teachers' Teachers Association of ot which he is i assistant secretary with offices in ir 1 Columbia Columbia The aim of the 1 tion tUrn he said is to give every Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri boy toy and...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Program on Music Given [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I I I I PROGRAM I ON o MUSIC GIVEN GI I Faculty F of Junior High lIi h Hears Mrs Mr Riley in Recital A discussion of music furnished the I basis for the program at a meeting of the th faculty of or Jefferson Junior I High School yesterday yest afternoon I Mrs 1 John V. W. Riley gave gan a short piano recital consisting of a Walse Wabe in A Flat by Chopin The Foun- Foun Fountain Fountain tain tam by Ravel and Turkey in the I Straw Stra w by Guion I W. W I. I Oliver was present at the j I meeting A short business meeting preceded the program

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School Gets Mimeograph Machine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I School Gets Mimeograph M Ph Machine A new mimeograph machine has hasi i been added to the Jefferson Junior I High School equipment The ma ma- machine machine machine chine will be used with stencil stencH paper I to make duplicates of examination I questions Qu and all aU typewritten mate mate- material material rial used us d in n large quantities in the i school work according to Mrs J. J K Fyfer principal The David H. H Hick- Hick Hickman j man Inan High School and the Fred Doug Doug- Douglass j lass School both have hae ha e duplicating d I. I t In j machines of somewhat similar lar de- de sign

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Hotels Seek Protective Legislation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

j Hotels Seek Protective Pro Legislation i Protection against the bad cheek check k I artist the petty souvenir thief and against unfair and corn com competition o petition is being sought by the Mis Mis- Missouri Oklahoma Kansas Hotel own own- owners ers era r and Operators Association Pres- Pres President President ident Barney Allis recently chosen I at the annual convention con at Ex- Ex Exi i Springs has appointed a state i legislative e committee to inaugurate j ft a movement Jno for lor some protective and I beneficial legislation t

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Library Gets 6 New Books [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I Ii I I i i i J i I i i Library Gets ft G New Books I The Public Library has just re- re rI I calved d a collection coll of books for children j including Boys Book of ol Indians Indian by George A. A Williams Kipling's s 's Boy Stories The Boy BoyI BoyI I Who Vho Found Out by Mary tary Hazelton Wade lad Neely McCoys McCoy's Fol- Fol Follows Follows FolH H lows His ISis Tale Angrlo Angelo Patri's P tr s in irs America and Whore It All Corns Comos True in Italy and H r Switzerland by Clara E. E Laughlin

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Prof. Kempster's Father Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I Prof Kempster's lather Father Dies Di I Prof H. H L. L of the time University Uni Uni- Uni- Uni University t y left last I it night for Cold 1 water t tr Mich 1 he was called 11 rod by the t death deaths of his father Stephen V. W. t tI Kempster 1 i

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Open Air Trial of Boone Co. Hunter is Subject of Painting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Open Air Trial of Roone Joone Co Hunter Is Isi i Subject of Painting Back in the early twenties of ot the nineteenth century a shrewd Boone j County hunter r took a knife and tried to divide a wolf scalp so as to collect j two bounties of on the one pelt j He was caught tried and fined 5 I The trial which took place pla e in the open air at the first circuit court I session ever Jed in Boone County under a tree t e which still stands near Columbia is lS pictured in i a painting in the second floor corridor of the Capitol Building j I The accused man is shown n ad- ad the jury while the presiding pr siding I 1 judge David Todd sits leaning against the tree evidently not con- con conj convinced convinced j vinced by the argument The paint- paint painting painting ing bag is part of or the decoration of the j Capitol Capito a work recently completed at a cost oi 01 a million dollars by the Capitol Decoration Commission head- head headed headed i ed by Prof John Pickard of the Universit...

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Girl, Once Harem Captive, is Now Wheaton College Student [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Girl Once Harem Captive Is IsNow Now Wheaton College Copyright 1929 by United Press NEW YORK Jan 9 UP A A code message left Harry Houdini with his wife when he died was wu repeated In a trance by a spiritualist medium yesterday to Mrs Houdini's satis satis- faction Houdini master magician and foe arch of spiritualism while he lived added add to the message the medium said There is no death It was Houdini's last request that his wife attempt to reach him at ata ata ata a If a medium could re repeat re re- repeat peat the words of or the code locked up by Mrs Houdini in a safe de de- deposit deposit de- de deposit posit vault then immortality might be proved he said sal Last Saturday Arthur Ford min mm- minister minister ister of the First Spiritualist Church here received part of the code mes mes- message message message sage from Houdini's spirit Today he be and others visited Mrs Houdini at her home Control Speaks for lor Houdini Ford pulled down the shades shad s In Inthe inthe In...

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Houdini's Spirit Tells Wife 'There is No Death,' is Report [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Houdini's Spirit Tells Wife I J There Is No Death I Is Report WHEATON Ill UP Orphaned by the Turkish massacre of 1916 by Arabs and adopted Into the household of or a sheik of a nomad tribe then in the hands of a Turkish harem keeper next a pris pris- prisoner prisoner oner of war and t it last rescued and 1 by American missionaries i I ies such is the life history of Miss Arousiag Aro Stepanian now a ed co-ed at Wheaton College here j I Her adventures read like an Ara Ara- Arabian Arabian Arabian I bian Nights' Nights tale When she was wa j I eight years old her parents and three j sisters were killed in a massacre of Armenians in Arabia where they lived in ln exile A wandering desert de ert tribe picked her up p halt half dead and she was adopt adopt- adopted I ed by the sheik of the tribe For ForI three and a halt half years she lived in ina a 3 tent and roamed the the desert on a I camels camel's back As a sign of ot her ac acceptance ac- ac acceptance acceptance into the tribe s...

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

I I i 1 I l A W IRVN I II I The Columbia Missourian I Offers a Booklet About i Ii How V to Heat the Home Plan your heating this winter on the most practical basis lasis and keel keep your our home at the right temperature for fOl- health See to it that the ventilation is properly ar arranged arranged ranged l the air of reasonable moistness and that draughts are eliminated The heating problem of either a house or apartment involves olves both expense and health as well as comfort This booklet prepared by United States Government engineers gives simple practical facts to help every one secure better and cheaper heating Use the coupon to get your lour copy p.- p. Frederic J. J Haskin Mask in Director The Columbia Missourian II I Information Bureau It Washington D. D I C C. C CL r L I enclose herewith four cenis in fn coin or stamps stamp for a cony of the booklet HOME IIO IE HEATING HEA TIN i j Name I Street J 1 I. I City Ci t y J State S ta t e 1 J.- J. hi 1

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

THE rHE HE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY Y JANUARY 9 1929 PAO SAGE AOE wv

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All but Four Committees in House Named [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

iLL ALL BUT FOUR COMMITTEES IN INHOUSE HOUSE NAMED E very Section Represented Represented Represented on Highways Group I 1 W. W WINGO IS CHAIRMAN Wherry Jackson County Heads Body Concerned With University JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 9 UP Friends of the Missouri uri road program gram were ere pleased pl today with the personnel onnel of the House Roads and highways committee which ants every e section of the state and aDd is considered friendly to legisla legisla- legislation legislation tion putting into effect the i road bond amendment Speaker Jones Parker appointed Representative I. I W. W Wingo of Dal Dal- Dalu Iu IIa u County as R chairman of the com corn committee as was Wa predicted When it It was wu a foregone conclusion that Win- Win Wingo Wingo go 10 would be named chairman of the Roads Committee he was re requested re- re requested requested quested late yesterday to introduce two bi biTs Ts prepared by the Citizens Road nd Committee which were brought to the capital by Anthony...

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

I I p- p i I Y H. H BARBER SHOP t I Open O n 7 a. a m. m to 7 p. p m. m Saturdays trdy 9 p. p m. m I j SHAVE SHAn zo i flair c I j I L. L S. S th St St. 4 2 j I i t J 1 I i I I i j I I i h DETROIT EXCURSION Leaving Moberly Jan 12 12 p. p m. m G 4 la In or r I CT 00 Burping pin C cars Can r on en n pay py- 1500 I ri ent aIlt nt of MM al Parlor Parke v or 81 8 Ie p Car Cr Round Trip chart chr No N. redaction r tion Ion for far chUb Return limit 5 days from date of sale For Particular Particulars S See Ticket I L. L I R. R R Wilson lison D D. P P. A. A i Moberly l I WABASH 1 i. i iVe 0 Santa IFe is the luxurious way to to a delightful winter WIlder California Life Uk takes on a new fascination in this sparkling country of the Coast where one may play out III of doors all winter Arizona Strange and different different different-a a country that basks basics in the sunlight welcoming you to come and luring you to stay A delightful place to stop off on your way to California or to linger ...

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Mexico Enters into Tranquil Period under New Regime [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I Mexico Enters Into TranquilI Tranquil I Period Under New Regime MEXICO CITY c UP After After I more than five months of uncertainty uncertainty following the assassination of I President elect President elect Alvaro Obregon in July Mexico l has entered on what i is s expected to be a constructive ve comparatively tranquil period under the provisional presidency of Emilio Fortes Portes Gil While 1929 will be a aI campaign year for constitutional I president the prospect of a ci civilian cl- cl civilian vilian rule for the next fourteen I months has been an important sta sta- stabilizing stabilizing sta- sta stabilizing factor Significant changes chiefly affect affect- affecting affecting affecting ing the organization of labor and political groups are already under way The Obregon party the strong strong- strongest I est political unit in the country seems destined to be incorporated L I under tinder a new banner while the thc CROM Mexican Regional Federa Federa- Federation Federat...

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Italian Gets Dual Welcome [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

L Italian Gets Dual Wel Welcome ome i iI 5 i. i I I i I I 4 While hile Gen Gm Italo Stab Balbo minister of or aviation in Mussolini's cabinet was wa being welcomed by New Sew Yorks York's official family in the city ity hall bail trouble began on the sidewalks outside Fascists Anti-Fascists started start d a demonstration and police were called to quell the th disturbance and hold back the crowds as shown shon below Above Aboe Gen Balbo is pictured between Mayor James J J. J Walker alker right and and of of course Grover course Grover Whalen police commissioner and extraordinary

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Tax Increase Problem May Face Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

T TAX AX INCREASE PROBLEM MAY MA Y FACE ASSEMBLY Program of Progressive sive Legislation Is Demanded NEEDS EXCEED REVENUES Caulfield Is Considering a Bond Issue for Buildings By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Action CITY Action of the State Tax Commission in trimming down its recommended appropriation for the University of Missouri to ap ap- approximately approximately ap- ap approximately proximately third one-third of the amount requested is indicative of the situa situa- situation situation tion which is expected to bring the Fifty fifth General Assembly face to face with the problem of a general increase in taxes Insistent demand for a big pro pro- program program ro- ro gram of progressive legislation at the present session is the wedge that is expected to pry conservative mem mem- members members bers bars of both House and Senate from their course of opposition to any tax increase I The old bugaboo of attempting to tosa satisfy sa needs which total twice t as much as th...

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Salvation Army Council Meets [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

SALVATION SALVA TIO ARMY COUNCIL MEETS session in London Today Considers Commander Booths Booth's Removal SUNN SUNNY SUNNY-ON THAMES SUNNY Y-ON Y THAMES England Jan an 9 UP The The The salvation arm army's C High tigh Council assembled for its its lb fourth session shortly after 1050 clock this morning to begin de- de liberation tion on Commander Evange Evange- Evangene me ine ne Booths Booth's proposal that her brother rother Gen Bramwell Booth be b removed as the Army's commander in n chief Shut from the world in the old ball mil room of Sunny Court the six- six sixty sixty ty y men and women who compose the he highest legislative branch of the army failed yesterday to challenge cha Gen Bramwell Booths Booth's ability to lead them hem according to an official an an- Instead the High Council sent senta a message of love and sympathy to Gen Sen Booth who is convalescing con al from rom a serious Illness at his home in Southwold Suffolk The only reports coming from the council are by...

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Corn Show to Open Monday in Columbia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

CORN ICORN i SHOW TO I OPEN MONDAY I Ii i IN COLUMBIA Designed to Promote Use of Good Seeds r in Missouri I 1000 UP FOR PREMIUMS College of Agriculture Will Sponsor Short Course Also The State Corn Show offering more than 1000 in premiums on corn and other field seeds will open Monday l in Columbia and will con on continue continue through Tuesday and Wednes Wednes- day The Seed Growers rs' Short Course will open Tuesday Tu day morning and close clo cloat at noon Wednesday I These C two events ent are ar designed d by the th Missouri uri College of Agriculture i to supplement each a h other to promote the use of good seed rd in Missouri 1 and I to give the farmers an opportunity for a winter meeting I The Th annual business meeting of the Missouri Corn Growers' Growers Association tin tion will be held on Tuesday after after- I noon The officers of the association Lion tion for the coming year and two j directors will be elected at this meet meet- ing lug A number of questions affec...

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

r X J AC THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY Y JANUARY JA 9 9 1929 f I I Agricultural and Rural News I

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Erosion and Crop Rotation Tested [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

EROSION I AND CROP ROTATION TESTED M. M F. F Millers Miller's Year Ten-Year Experiments May Aid Farmers Prof I. I F. F Miller J of f the soils 1011 department of the Missouri College of Agriculture after fter ten years of experiment with crop rotation and end melon made on fields near Colum Colum- Columbia bia with a e slope of 3 per cent has bee amed amu ecI valuable information and end figure which be believes believe will win aid the farmere farmen of Boone County Count in inthe intile inthe the tile problems of erosion and crop ro- ro roThe tation The Tb safe lafe conclusions from the ex ex- experiments experiments and measurements are varied and end many It was wu found that lend land in sod will not no normally wash to tony any appreciable extent It ll 1 was W also ago aix found that in ua a crop vy UI ro mu v- v It ll 1 was W also ago aix found that in ua a crop vy UI mu v- v mutation tation of corn com wheat or clover that keeps a cover crop on the ground during the winter w...

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