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Tribute is Paid to Rickard Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

TRIBUTE IS PAID PAD TO RICKARD TODAY Services Held in Madison Square Garden at O'clock NEW YoU YORK Jan ji 0 v Mounted policemen were forced to to- today today to day to charge crowds herding into Madison Square Garden to see lee TIm Tex Rickard last Jut show the show the promoters promoter's body lying in tD state tate in In a broom bronsa casket Orderliness watchword in lD handling throngs at all aU per per- performances f he had arranged was arranged was forgotten as u men and women fought foucht to get into the mammoth structure he lie had reared I NEW i YORK YORE Jan laD 9 Per V.P. S sons moss prominent in almost every walk waft af ef life paid tribute to Tex Tee at 1 o'clock this afternoon when wheel I his funeral was held beJel in Madison I Square Garden O The body lay in state from freen 10 IC I o'clock until the funeral The cas cam kat hat was in the middle of the thet great t arena arces with mounds of flowers owell al s1 almost most covering it It- PoI Par three hours las...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

L AtM I 11 h. h S Bernard BemanI Ho Franklyn Woofer Wooster Ralph fit in Hi Fern Pern CaIn Gain Joseph la Well Howard r Gentry Eddie Hewitt I wItt Rhodes Rhode Eugenia Nahm Nh Pauline P Oil GU more LooSe Luette Major Muon Wee shem aham sha and nor lean Bean yesterday S 1 S Bertha Vr rs Virgin Mr Mrs Bar nerd nard Hollander Clara Maa M. M kt keD hell Morga J.- J. Js cobs cobl Donald Rush BUlb Frano Datil Caroline ad Mn S ch S J S A. A 0 Acey ts Roger of good s S 5 Fred Pred R. R Mente of oC fiat ass ass' admitted yesterday Mr Mrs Mra Prank Frank Harris wa w today S S Mrs M. M Deante vi at Mrs Mra Jonah of died Sunday a s 's the of a daughter in i i Oy Ob Jeff was A at t U. U tc ton She e is survive b children Mrs 1 P. P S. S son City t. t Mrs We aM Walter Waltes' Dennis of u. u r his s of edar U 01 t. St. St Louis Lads Mrs JaIn and l James Dennis De of ot Denver Cote Oc is II 1 also by children and end one treat sst Want Ads give S

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Wildcats Plays Ames Friday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

5 WILDCATS PLAY FLAY AMES AlIa IDT A Iowa lows FIve Hopes te to Defeat J J- JIn in Latter Latter's First Bir BI Ib Six ix Tilt Having Ha defeated defea d the Tudor five firs n. n of ci Cedar Palls Pails 29 to 27 21 Saturday night cud and with no DO Intervening games mea scheduled the UIe Iowa State College Coli basketball a squad turns tuma Its 11 to the game with the ibe Kansas who invade bec the Cyclone Cy- Cy Cyclone clone court Friday Priday night mab Coach im libi mon men through lengthy And d rigid wit wit- outs out in an attempt t turn be Met the tM Wildcats in their first JUg Big Six same game Three men LaMe Laade LID cap tam lain RUdI Budi and aDd till tan all shifty center cemer who gave p a load goad ao- ao count of themselves in ID the tM Falls PaUl game may easy again a. a show their bib speed pled to Ia s the game Mt t t. t RudI Rodi besides pE ITS i. i pe put pert S in the Iowa State wan wag able to soars score three times times' from f the k floor S but bat ut slippe...

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

A y TOT ORT THE T E COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 9 1929 n I Today's Market Reports I I By BJ y United d Pr- Pr r

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State Capital Hotels Offer Lively Scenes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

STATE ST ATE CAPITAL CAPIT AL HOTELS OFFER LIVELY SCENES I MucK Much Busier Than Is General Assembly As Yet BAKER BUYS NEW HOME II I I IHas Has Ras Not Divulged His I I Plans for the Future By ft Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan s-Mis- s Mis- Mis lOud ourt and Central Hotel lobbies are the teat seat of more activity than the 1 i brief g gG State e e G sessions Senate oI a and PIAU being 1 House Ur v held themselves them by bv the thee i g gG State G oI a PIAU v during durin the early days davs of the Fifty Fifty- fifth General Assembly In the evenings the lobbies are crowded I and there is considerable shifting about as small groups form and dis dis- disI dis- dis I perse I Representatives of special legisla legisla- legislative legislative I tive Uve programs pro rams businesses and or- or have ha been on hand since f the session opened to protect and aDd further their interests although tl actual introduction of ot bills will wi 11 not DOt t begin in tn earnest until after c...

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

11 I 1 You are missing opportunities ties if It I you JOU do not DOt read and aDd use Want Ads AdL i t I i iJ if j. j tl i i tt c fi 1 l i L J t i It IT 1 11 11 i i I. I t il t. t f i qi j Your our children l II i too can ride i ll through life i i HJ in Ith n the sturdy td i arms of Health t c 4 t r 1 I t if you call p f f f j F i CENTRAL V J t I Ir DAIRY r I I I j for their food J ti Milk is baby's 1 t natural food I i I h We have it It- It r. r 4 i i J t Perfectly J Jj r j Pasteurized t 1 i 1 CENTRAL I II I IDAIRY I DAIRY II Phones i 1 1300 I k M r 4 I I i 1 f 1 4 4 4 i it 4 t I 1 I 4 I 1 1 4 I 4 4 Annual January II IIi 4 4 I t I 1 I i i I Clearance Sale Starts I i I I i I 1 Thursday Jan 10 Ii Iii 1 I II I i Ii i 1 Doors Open i I 4 4 i Watch For 1 Hour Specials i Morning Special 4 Afternoon I Special i 1 9 10 3 2 t t. Jo t I PERFECTED At i 4 4 4 THIS TH THEATER ATER i VIT APHONE I Now I NOW MEANS MORE MOR 4 THAN EVER EVER- EVERSEE EVERi Showing i i SEE AND HEAR MAT l 35 EVE E E. ...

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Stock Market in Vigrous Rally [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

STOCK MARKET IN I VIGOROUS RALLY I Buoyancy Greatest Since Opening Session of Year NEW YORK Jan 9 UP Stocks rallied vigorously from an oversold condition today as shorts attempted to cover coer short lines hues hn s put putout putout out on the recent irregularity Si Simultaneously Si- Si Simultaneously SImultaneously decidedly easier tone developed elo de in the demand loan mar mar- market market market ket and apprehension over an im immediate im- im immediate mediate increase in the local Federal Fed ral I Reserve Bank rediscount rate was I I decreasing I I This afforded a strong basis for constructive construct e operations opera Hons and stocks I showed the greatest greatt st buo buoyancy ancy since ince the first session of the year vear Rallies I in most instances were ere fully as im- im impressive e as the recent declines and andi i the whole market displayed a great- great greatly ly Iv improved tone ly Iv improved tone After some hesitation at the open open- opening openi...

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Theater Robbery Unsolved [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

THEATER TER ROBBERY I ED SOL Chas Nathan Fingerprint inc Expert Examines Inside of Office The police are arp still conducting an investigation into the recent Mis Mis- Missouri Theater box office robbers robber This morning Chief of Police John n JohnB B B. Whitesides and Charles Nathan at the University a finger finger- fingerprint fingerprint fingerprint print expert examined the inside of ot the office from which union a cigar ciRar box containing receipts for the first even even- evening evening evening ing performance was stolen Meanwhile the management is hav hay having having haying ing a cash drawer dra constructed out of reach of or the window

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May Have Light Plant Surveyed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I MAY HAVE HA VE LIGHT PLANT SURVEYED SUR City May Hire K C C. C Firm to Advise About Pro Pro- Proposed Proposed Proposed posed Turbine Action taken tak n at a conference conff of city y water and light committee t f yes yes- yesterday es- es esterday with a representative r l e of the Burns A McDonnell Engineering Engine Company of or Kansas City may re result r re- re suIt sult in m the thc retaining of that com corn company company pany by the city to make mak a survey sur of the water and light plant If the City Council approves es ape ape- specifications s to be drawn up by bv the company for the survey this will ill be bethe bethe the pr preliminary step tep toward the in installation in- in installation installation of a new turbine turbin at the tileo plant At present it was said the plant ilant is running at full capacity and an accident to one of the turbines would result in a section of Colum Coluin- Columbia bia being left in darkness There Then is a possibility that at ...

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Will Install New Poles [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

ILL ILL INSTALL IN A NEW NEtt POLES I Telephone Co o 0 to ain Bf-ain Work Mork ork on I West Veat Boulevard Tomorrow I Work on the thE- installation of or new I yellow pine treated oil-treated telephone poles POI 5 on West W st Broadway from Garth Avenue to West Boulevard and south i to Stewart Road will start tomor- tomor tomorrow I row rG according to E E. F F. Carter man- man manaKer manager ager aKer of the Columbia Telephone I Company When this route is fin fin- f j i hed d work on placing new poles pole'S I i will start on the south side aide of ot Sun Sun- Sunset Suns SunI Sunset I set s t Lane LanE- LanEA 1 A new cable extension with v.-ith new I Im messenger m wires new terminals and I ether new material will be put up I with the new poles The old poles are arp rotting out and andI I I many of them are in danger of fall fall- falling fallI falling falling I ing down Most of ot them were put putI I up in 1908 The new poles will probably last about thirty years vears I The pu...

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Creed Suit Dismissed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I REED CREED SI SLIT IT DISMISSED Globe Securities Company Waives Halves I All Rights An examination of the personal persona i belongings lon and official books of Roy i i Creed former sheriff was being continued today by the appointed administrator and witnesses Announcement was made from the thela I law la w firm finn of Clark Boggs and Peter- Peter Peteri Petersen PeterSen i sen today that the Globe Securities Company had dismissed dismiss d all charges against the late la ti Roy Creed in a a. re replevin re- re replevin in suit All rights and actions were waived by the plaintiff upon acceptance and qualification of the 1 scone cone Count County y v Trust Company as ast asI 1 t trustees of the estate

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K. C. Building Again Bombed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

K C C. BUILDING AGAIN AlN BOMBED Second Explosion in Same i I Blamed Blam en n Racketeers Kak KANSAS CITY Jan 9 UP UPi For the th second time within WI thin a week w k the Priestly Building was dynamited ed by a bomb alleged to have been thrown b by racketeers today Last Thursday an explosion wrecked the dance hall hail in the rear of or the structure ure The fire was be believed be- be believed believed to be of ot incendiary origin Powder cans and oil oU containers were found in the ruins The Th bomb today was thrown into a radio shop The owner however had removed all of or his stock He told police he had a hunch another er explosion would occur in the building

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375,000 Jars Vicks Now Produced Every 24 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Jars irk Now Traduced Produced Every 24 Hours Houn I That the public has not forgotten I the lesson of 1918 is indicated by its prompt responses to the warning of health authorities to combat the flu by keeping free from colds The demand for Vicks the vaporizing salve which proved so valuable during the 1918 epidemic I has already shattered b. b b a wide margin all previous records Although the capacity of the Vicks laboratories has been tripled since 1918 they are aie once more operating opera Ung night shifts The present output is ismore ismore more than jars every 24 hours Mild though it is in comparison with 1918 this years year's ve rs epidemic has already affected more inure than a million mUlton persons and it is apparently still increasing adv ad I

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

t. t i THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN j FIRST ENTY-FIRST YEAR EIGHT PAGES COLUMBIA MISSOURI I- I THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1929 LAST EDITION 0 Nt im 1 t 1

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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

W Way ay of 01 Our World I has bI obtained a license to In JD Maryland Gilles GUles years old week in Tulsa t has baa been continuing to lea jess liquor since 1000 1800 f lakes about fifteen months to wood used in making match match- wo Nurmi is to stay atay in the states until the 1932 has saved laved by infantry with aircraft in eton Doctors have a much hither higher mor- mor rate than either lawyers of dIr m retailers are featuring a shoes costing from to 11 per pair A Memphis Tenn burglar broke store recently and stole tole five w spring hats bats A Horth Carolina boy set his gun JB his foot while unloading it and and off his big toe A watch making machine can now tt freen Umber timber and turn it into matches in an hour I A school in tn England has ban aban abandoned a all studies relating to war r in inan inan an effort to promote peace show that more women than men have traveled in airplanes the English channel According to the International Congress of Chefs an egg egl is fr...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I EU U AND SOME E HUMOR OR I He If i asked you to marry me dear dear what hat would you say She Guess 1 i He Ht Well what Well er what would it rhyme with I She Guess 1

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

COMMENTS ON LIFE LIFE- Expectations and disappointments jre are the luxuries of idlers idlers George George Shaw The right use of leisure is no doubt a harder problem than the right use or of our working hours Otto Otto H. H Kahn

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And some Verse Thant God for Work [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

AND AND SOME VERSE ERSE Thank God for Work List to the lark He soars and sings Wake to your work The matin maUn rings Praise God for work Noontide is near The board is spread Thanks Thank be to Him Who bread Praise God for bread Sinks to his sleep The pilgrim sun Homeward to rest The day is done I Praise God for rest Albert R. R Ledoux

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State School Assn. to Meet Here Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

STATE ST ATE SCHOOL TO MEET HERE TUESDAY Yi Administrative Group Will Discuss Pro Proposed I posed Laws LawsTO ITO TO HAVE DAY 5 SESSION Banquet for Visitors to toBe toBe Be Held H ld at Stephens College Friday State school legislation needed to equalize educational opportunity in Missouri will be stressed at the six sixteenth six six- sixteenth annual meeting of the Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri State School Administrative Association which will wUI open in Co Co- Columbia Columbia lumbia next Tuesday evening for a five day day session according to Charles to-Charles Charles i A. A Lee superintendent of schools I All AU phases of the school program which the State I i Teachers Teachers' Association is sponsoring for passage by the Fifty fifth Gen Gen- General Genral eral ral Assembly will be brought up for discussion during the annual meeting in Columbia next week Lee said The session for county school su superintendents gu- gu will open Tuesday night and continue until Saturday while...

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