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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BUSY BEE BARBER SHOP Open 1 7 a. a m. m to 7 p. p m. m Saturdays t 9 p. p m. m SHAVE SUA E We Hair flair Cut Cat Saturdays N. N J. J St. St 4 12 USE Daltons Dalton's Coal Tried Proven Economical ILLINOIS COAL Dalton Coal Co S 10 1 I 1 i i i I I MONTGOMERY W WARD RD i tl S 'S 4 4 OAT CLEARANCE S S ALL LL of these tt ese coats have been reduced to cost price p It will be a tremendous savins savin saving to you if yorA S 11 need a coat this winter or next for you to take ad advantage ad S i vantage of this coat clearance sale for the month of 5 S 'S January All sizes are here and many different kinds r of fur There is not a doubt but what you will be delighted with these exceptional values offered at this thi clearance sale S S I We in turn are e passing on these savings to you OU making this the 1 I outstanding feature of the ti-ic season offering coats at S prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere here this early in the sea S S son Bon Quality has been rigidly maintained and our fa...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY 10 ic 1929 PAOli PAO AOE TIm

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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News of Columbia Society [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I r News of Columbia Society 1 c.- c. I Women's Organizations I Will Meet Tomorrow the women's organizations or I Among the wen will WU meet t i are arc Which Methodist Church circles Church circles the the Presbyterian Church circles the Worn Wom- Baptist ens en's council cf cI the Christian Church Auxiliary of the Cal- Cal Women's the i Episcopal Church hurch and the rv fry rv rv Stephens Bible Class of the 7 Baptist BW Church Mrs Ira McDonnell and Mrs J. J W W. Vesser will entertain the Gib Oib- Gibson Gibon son IOn Circle of the th Missouri Methodist Church at 2 30 o'clock at the the- home of Mrs McD Broadway The Combs circle of the th Missouri Methodist Church will meet nH et at the honic of Mrs Lee McCune I South Sixth Street at 2 30 II Mrs Wi Irvin Jones will be the assist assist- assisting tag ing hostess Mrs C. C J J- Gladney y will win be assisted d by Mrs A. A J. J Gillette and Mrs C. C UI Davidson in entertaining the za Circle of the Mis- Mis Misouri Missouri ouri Method...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I f We are I Selling Out All Wear to I I 1 at at Greatly Reduced Prices room to make room for fl our 0 urn new e eV V spring s p r i n g II lines i I ISee See our remaining I I Conde Gonde Coats each Coats each one onea j a real value Also j dresses with style and andi j i distinction Let us j meet neet your winter mid-winter needs at I I ILOW LOW PRICES i ik I Kennedys Kennedy's k 1005 Broadway i i iI ii I i I l I I I I I I I 1 I I I j j j j I i I iI u. u I j I j b I i ij iI iI iI iI iI I ij iI j I I j I I I t I II I 1 11 I Ii LL 1 New Spring Sprin Dresses Just Unpacked Hundreds of Columbia women are buying these smart high shade Dresses for wear under their winter coats 79 Friday Saturday We have just received 10 New Black Winter Coats Black Bl k Fox and Needle Point Fur Sets Sets Black Black Broadcloth Regular now The sizes are 48 46 44 42 40 two 18 36 8 a Z 38 The IThe House of oJ Fashion 11 ut DIll u lD 1 E I f ZERO MARKET Our beef is 15 corn fed tender I juicy and sweet Try sw...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

PAm POUR THE rT T. MI THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1929 II I I I II ITHE THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN I Published ev v r s t Sundy by the It Items Item m B B By BU U UP P art are u used d on ox the th authority Inc Jay Jy H B. N Nett Neff ff Hall hail HallU of th the United Teea from which the Ml Mie- Mie Columbia U Mo 10 Entered st at t the Poto lc at t Col Columb unable receives tv day all-day news new s service r by leased lea rd tele Member of ol tb the Audit Bu Bu- Bureau wire Mo a. a Dd matter r reau reu of Circulation SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bv By carrier M 4 4 a year far 1 II for tor I Telephone office 53 5 general len news three thre months month by hy mall mati In Boone County 3 13 a year yar 75 73 news newL cents centi for tor three by maLl mail elsewhere 4 50 a az X z A A. Manager year far ear 1 si 25 for tl tiute thre ree months month f I fI i fi The World At Its Worst Worst- The Stock Market Markel Page 15 l I i tJ JiNI 6 SS 6 RV ID TD STOCKS 4 R H DUtE Dut MARKET I LOcON S1 Tt K HASKET ...

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Safe-Guarded Sled Riding [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Safe-Guarded Safe Sled Riding The warning given liven by city officials against upon sleds tied to vehicles is commendable in that it was issued before some erious Accident had happened and not after someone had been hurt Th Th- danger of such auch sport is 13 so O o obvious that it needs no lengthy harangue or explanation to point out the wisdom of the ordinance forbidding it There i is 1 also allo a great gret amount of danger in coasting down a slippery hill hID across another street upon which there is traffic Youthful sled sed riders rs taking their turn as 8 patrolman at such streets to warn arn the occupant of each sled of ol the approach of cars can hardly live up to such luch responsibility without a lapse 18 pie in vigilance sooner or later However no red-blooded red child should be deprived of the good old fashioned sport of coasting down a snow covered hill if such a place can be Sound found for him Columbia might do well to follow tallow the example of other cities and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Disposing of Garbage Disposal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Disposing of Garbage Disposal With the appointment of a committee of the City Council to draw up specifications preparatory to ad ad- advertising advertisIng for bids for a contract the solution of the problem of garbage disposal in Columbia begins to take a definite shape Under the contract method the disposal of garbage will be in the hands of a private individual who will be I under bond to fulfill the terms of the contract This Thio will insure the collection of garbage from every ery rest resi residence resi- resi residence I dence denee in Columbia at regular intervals regardless of the profit of the garbage to the collector Under the present unsatisfactory method of disposal dl garbage is I i I collected at irregular intervals from places that have i enough to make it profitable I Columbia would be made a much cleaner city if it the specifications of the contract Included the disposal of 01 j II ashes and other refuse refu which accumulate about homes I I The disposal of such...

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Redeeming Chicago [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Redeeming Chicago I IA A new chapter U ii being written into the turbulent history of Chicago Of or all the efforts up to II this time to eliminate graft Ifft and inefficiency from the city sity machinery the present seems the most practical and the most moat convincing to a skeptical nation I Apparently weary of getting no place Chicago Chicago's s busi busi- business ness men have begun berun to clean up the city government I actually and figuratively Led by a small group of city industrial leaders leaden composed for the most mOlt part of I Chicago's s important Committee of Nine they are try try- trying I trig ing to toss tOM political methods unceremoniously out the th window in favor of modern and efficient business I methods I It t The plan is a duplicate of the one used by citizens i of Baltimore some years year ago when that city was forced I Ito to stop political vandalism in its administration Bal Bat Baltimore Baltimore i was wal not alone successful in ridding itself of...

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Cacodyl Isocyanide [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I 1 II is 11 not as u humorous as attempted I pronunciations might be It is a new war gas pa which t has baa been developed according to Dr Hilton Ira Jones a research chemist and known to the various govern govern- governments governments I ments menta of the world Said Dr Jones It It is ii a deadly poison which would destroy armies as a man might I snuff muff out a candle War will never again apin be fought t t with shot and shell shen It cant can't be for it is too much t H. H k cheaper to destroy destry life wholesale with the new I gas las which may be manufactured at the rate of thousands ij L of tons a day I if j The argument that all offensive weapons have de- de deI deI I I measures to offset them may hold for for even such f i ft a gas PI as this But there can be no denial dental that a next t war will mean suffering and misery indescribable Ind in 1 i its ita effects For war will mean attempts at the an an- annihilation not only of armies but of cities populated I with ci...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Congress has about concluded its ita work wort with only the I It Kellogg Pact Pact the cruiser bill and farm relief yet to bt III solved It t wont won't be e long JODI now now DOW only a year J it t i H l

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Serum to Cure Yellow Fever [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I I I i I i I j II I I i Serum to Cure Yellow Fever I Two scientists one a Frenchman and the other a i I Greek members of the P Pasteur tur Institute of Parts Paris lived Ii I Ifor for some time in a i big bi room on the tho th third floor of the Institute with about fifty monkeys and several seral se ral hundred guinea pigs pig as companions They carried on alone Dr Georges G St e the Greek slept night after night on a cot near the monkey cag cages He and Prof Auguste Pettit were attempting to find a n cure cuie for tor yellow fever er e and were wr experimenting with monkeys monk s 's Three or tour lour times nightly Dr would rig rise to examine exan ne the condition condit lon oi ot the he infected animals If a a. monkey seemed sem d near death drath he it quickly in order not to lose lose- the yellow lever fever virus for when dead the monkey does not yield virus Both scientist cleaned the cages and fed the monkeys s During inoculations would hold the ani arti- animals mals whil...

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Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Curious Comments j. j According to mai many y pipers papers Hoovers Hoover's good good wll w 11 trip ended when he reached w ton D D. C C. i i 1 He lI headline ad adline I ne Amundsen s Medals Sold S ld to Pay Pi Hi His His' His Debts Why we thought though that the tr-e word wa was was in l' l ted I Ito I to him I 1 I Meanings of words certainly change A good goad m. c nl c means something else elce el c no now no i Headline Committee ID ta t Study Studs Payroll Robberies Since when do robber have 1130 ve tees tees' I The army plane plan Question Mark ought to be rc- rc r named the Exclamation Point Now that Hearst Hears has offered a li e for or th best plan plats to repeal t the le eighteenth eight nth irm 1 n n n ut poets will win rhyme his hs name with thirst This is the time of the year when whether depend on the weather I As one student stud nt of or the University ty put it It No o dances no noI I teas no social gatherings gatherings theres there s nothing i left f ft t to ...

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What Others Says [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

II t I t I I I I 1 I What Others Say I 4 Woodrow Wilson From Prom The New York Wo World Year by bl year the Wilson of history emerges emerge more clearly from the smoke and ard dust of ot controversy ersy It has now become evident that he is bound to triumph over his hb enemies over his own personal per onal limitations and andover andover andover over his own mistakes The certainty of that triumph is 15 now part of the t logic of events For it was the th th des i dec dec- detiny tiny of Woodrow Wilson to associate associate- his name indis indis- indisputably indisputably with Ith ith an ideal of international behavior beha which in the long run must and will prevail pr Woodrow Wilson established e the idea a that the hc t peace II of the world throughout the world is the concern not merely of ot those governments which assert a s rt a v vital tal Interest t in some portion of the earths earth's s surface but of all RO gov- gov goI I and of all men Upon the foundation ion of that t...

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Whoa, Pegasus ! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I 1 I Whoa Pegasus I Notes for a January Thaw I The Tho snow now i 1 is almost gone A At first it Iti i white Then run it was 5 a wc-n wc disc discarded shawl that had fall fall- fallen falln fallen en n and lain across the hills its dir- dir dirty dirty ty tv l i r i by the side of ol the mudd ij d. rc rc- d d. d Under the brief bright sun sun- lii l n ht of slowly lengthening days davs it itt t t ne c irre the fingers finders fin ers of or an old man manTh Th snow snows snow's s f were wen long and mm tHin They tri tried d to clutch at the hiis ri s they lay in long Ions Ion narrow de- de del 1 l on t tlc tiC e shaded northern s sP op s s. s Elm Elin do docu cu know if 1 my wife is isi i coin cin oin out outes out Yes es s C she is sir sr srI ir I Er Er l ih h do you know if I am i i it v th her t I Ta Tais is crossing crossin Tenth and Broad- Broad Broadway wa way dur during durin ng a t thaw are arc like spoons j into a giap grapefruit fruit I t I e We WEre WE're w l 1 me down S...

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The Open Column [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

II L The Open Column I hy hy Reservations Rf natIons Editor the tho Missourian Ii Why hv must we WC 81 always ways have haC ha C reservations rl Why hy cannot the United States ever conic come out whole heartedly for anything thine to which every country in the world wall will a agree ree without adding our own little individual preferences I The Tho present pre ent standstill in m the tho dis dis- discussion disCUSSIon dis- dis discussion of the tho Kellogg Ke lo War Anti Anti Anti- War treaty allowing the tho few fow but de determined de- de determined t of the Senate te t the very vry men by bv the way ay who stand against all issues as a aen general en ra I rule tune time to think over o oeren over oven even the tho compromise solution sug 1 I go g ted by Senator Watson is indi indi- indicative e cati of ot the he t attitude at tit ude this country has taken tow toward ird very every international al peace endeavor or a made madeN I N No wonder the countries of or Eu- Eu EuI Eur...

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Caulfield Will Push Own Plans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

CAULFIELD EL WI-LL WI WILL WILLi I i PUSH OWN PLANS I New Governor to Follow I and Consoli Consoli- Consolidation Consolidation Consolidation dation Program By a R Staff Correspondent I JEFFERSON JEFFERSO CITY Jan 10 Ii- Ii When hen Henry S S. S Eld bows h hs his s sway way into office n next Monday lond upon the retirement of oC Oo GO Baker he lie will have havo ha n his own notion not ions as is o the tho t h legislation which he vv vili li push in the tre I t session of ol the General Ar A As- As I I i During Dunn the tho th campaign oM committed himself to a campaign of or b and co consolidation Bon of ol dt- dt d of related activities 11 and d dit it will win be bo his own plan rather ra ther tl than t h i n i 1 that of the Associated Industries of l Missouri that he ho will present pre ent to the tho i sta state stale o Legislature L Caulfi Caulfield's lela is i's s opposition to the Sen- Sen Seni Senate i i ate ato bill proposing to raISE laise his sal sal- salary I 1 I ary a...

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Radio O Programs II J I Tomorrows Tomorrow Best Radio rams Programs Copyright 1929 b by United Press and Network 7 CST CST CST- Cities s Service Hour and Network 8 CST CST CST- Wrigley Review WOR and Network 8 CST CST CST- True Tru Stories Hour and Network 8 30 CST CST CST- Philco Hour WOR and Network 9 CST CST CST- Opera Lucia Among AmonI Tonight's Bc Best Beet t Programs 7 Song Song Shop NBC to KeD and WOW VOW 7 Hoover 30 Hoover Sentinels Sentinel NBC to 7 Champion 30 Champion Sparkers NBC to and 8 Milady s Musicians Musician NBC to and 8 Sonora Hour CBS to and 9 Stuart Halsey Hal Ha lse Stuart y Hour NBC to 9 Red lied Red Crown program NBC to and WOW 11 Variety Program CBS to toK K Norman Rockwell to Speak Tonight Norman Rockwell character illustrator illus will 11 laud the beauty of plain women in his radio bow during the Lehn and Fink oink Serenade tonight at 8 o c lock This program may be heard through or In his talk tonight Rockwell will warn his feminine listeners For arts...

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Baker Grants 125 Paroles [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BAKER GRANTS 15 PAROLES Number Given Glyen in His Ills Term Lower Than in Any Since 1903 13 JEFFERSON CITY Jan 10 Uj Us Baker Bater has baa paroled fewer eon con convicts v from the penitentiary than any aDy other governor since the present pa pa- parole role system was adopted 25 leara y ago alO During the tM four years of his hla hi ad ad ministration Gov Baker paroled only convicts and granted four full pardons This Thia is less l M than the av average av- av average average number num r of ot convicts paroled each year during dur the administration of of- Gov Bakers Baker's four predecessors The executive sent a report to the ti Senate today showing 89 paroles parole were granted during the last biennial pe pa period nod This does not include the sick lick paroles granted on the recommendation dation of the prison physician There were only 36 38 paroles during the lint first two years of the governors governor admin i. When Gov Baker made his tam cam in 1924 he declared his op O...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Bus Line Operators Warned [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

BUS BIS LINE OPERATORS WARNED Commissioners Say That TraIn Laws Must Be Obeyed O Chairman Almon Ing and Com Commissioners missioners J J. J P P. Painter S S. M M. Hutch Hutch- inson and J J. J H H. Porter of the State Public Service Commission at Jef- Jef Jeffer fer on City in a statement issued yesterday warned motor-bus motor opera operators I tors throughout the state that viola Viol ton of the rules of the commission regarding traffic regulation regula Uon will no 4 I longer be tolerated The warning was issued after com cons complaints I plaints had been b en made to the com cam commission I mission that in several 5 cral Instances In ac accidents ac- ac acI accidents had resulted from rom such vio vio- violations I lations

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Is on Crime Commission [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

IS ON CRIME COMMISSION COMMISSION Guy Gay A A. Thompson Given Appoint AppolDt ment m nt to National Body Guy A A. Thompson st. st Louis Lows it at at torney who was reared in Columbia Colum Colum- Columbia I bia and was graduated from tram the University has been appointed a member of the National Crime Com Coin Commission CommissIon mission by Newton D D. Baker chair chairman man Thompson is one of a com committee of nineteen which will study stud I and make a report r port on payroll rob robberies Thompson aided in a survey con con- conducted conducted conducted I ducted by the Missouri l Association for Criminal nal Justice in which a re report re- re report port TV was vas as made on the cause and means of prevention of felonies f II An aunt M Mrs s. s J J. J C C. Jones lives in 11 Columbia

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