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Founder of Independent Weds [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 30 October 1908
Founder of Independent Weds. Friends here have received news of the wedding in Kansas City, Sept. 8, of Miss Isabella Austin Winslow and Dr. Albert Johnson McCulloch, both former student of the University of Missouri. Dr. McCulloch founded the M. S. U. Independent. He is a Methodist Minister at Wray, Colo. College Misses Will No Longer Sit in Balcony at Church. Christian College girls hereafter will not sit in the seclusion of the balcony at the Christian church on Sunday, but will occupy one section of the pews on the lower floor. This decision of the Board of Elders of the church was announced at the regular morning service yesterday by Elder D. A. Robnett. Mr. Robnett said that the pastor of the church, the Rev. Madison A. Hart had noted a marked falling off in the number of conversions among the Christian College girls since they began sitting in the balcony two years ago. He added that it was thought wise to take the girls out of the balcony because of the “element” of boys and...
Dr. Jesse to Get Degree [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 30 October 1908
DR JESSE TO GET DEGREE. Former President to be made LL. D. at Convocation Thursday. Dr. Richard Henry Jesse, former president of the University of Missouri, will receive the LL. D. degree at the convocation Thursday. This was announced today at the University. The conferring of the degree will be the chief event of the convocation, and on account of Dr. Jesse's wide popularity it is expected that the attendance will be unusually large.
Union Denounces Both Parties [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 30 October 1908
Union Denounces Both Parties. By United Press. St. Louis, Sept. 14. The Central Trades and Labor Union yesterday adopted a resolution denouncing both the Democratic and Republican parties as “capitalistic” parties. The resolution was introduced by a Socialist garment cutter as a substitute for a resolution condemning the attitude of Taft toward labor.
Candy Their Dying Gift [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 30 October 1908
CANDY THEIR DYING GIFT Old Couple Kill Selves After Making Children Happy. By United Press BROOKLYN Sept 14 Victor Tresh and his aged wife today gave the stock of their little candy store to children in the neighborhood, went to bed and inhaled gas. They were found dead side by side an hour later. The pair left a note saying they were unable to support themselves.
W. J. Bryan at Baltimore [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 30 October 1908
W J. BRYAN AT BALTIMORE Says Roosevelt's Indorsement of Taft Indicates Weakness. By United Press. BALTIMORE Sept 14 W. J. Bryan expressed satisfaction today when he was shown President Roosevelt's letter declaring that Taft, and not Bryan, was the rightful heir to the presidency. Mr. Bryan said: “Roosevelt's entering the lists indicates Republican weakness. His indorsement is no good in view of Taft's reticence regarding his attitude toward leading issues.” Mr. Bryan promised a more detailed reply in a few days. He spoke at Annapolis today and will make an address at Baltimore tonight.
Lyon Back from Europe [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 30 October 1908
Lyon Back From Europe. Harris M. Lyon, better known as "Leto," recently returned to New York from a European trip in the interest of the Broadway Magazine. Lyon is a stockholder in the Broadway and writes the monthly dramatic criticism. Carl Crow, a member of Phi Delta Theta and Formerly business manager of the Columbia Herald, is also on the editorial staff of the Broadway. Rev. Mr. Horton Returns. Regular services at the Episcopal church began yesterday, the Rev. Henry P. Horton, the rector, having returned last week from New York.
title [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1909
Talk of a trolley line through Columbia to Mexico; Missouri Beats Rolla in football; Junior University girls hold vaudeville show-a smiling William Jennings Bryan assails republicans-these were some of the headlines nearly 60 years ago in the Oct. 12, 1908 (Vol. 1, No. 21) University Missourian
Smiling, Bryan Assails Record of Republicans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1909
SMILING, BRYAN ASSAILS RECORD OF REPUBLICANS Democratic Leader Says He is the “Advance Agent of Prosperity,” and Promises Relief from Present Panic. CHEERED BY 20,000, HE TELLS NEED FOR TARIFF REDUCTION Policeman Helps Candidate Reach Platform Through the Crowd. W. J. BRYAN COMPLIMENTS UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN After William Jennings Bryan's speech at Moberly Saturday, a reporter for the University Missourian was introduced to him by former Gov. David R. Francis, who was in the party accompanying Mr. Bryan in his trip across the State. In answer to the question as to what he thought of the Department of Journalism at the University of Missouri, Mr. Bryan said: “I think that men can be taught to be journalists, just as men can be taught to be lawyers, doctors, or engineers. But I do think that journalists, in writing editorials, should be taught to write only their honest convictions, and only what they are firmly convinced is true. I think the University Missourian is a newsy and well-e...
Austrian Insignia Burned by Mob [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1909
AUSTRIAN INSIGNIA BURNED BY MOB Rioters Attack Consulate and Overrun Town in Montenegro. WARSHIPS ARE SENT TO SCENE England and France Working On Plan to Check Balkan Trouble. By United Press. BUDAPEST, Oct. 12. A mob today attached the Austrian Consulate at Antivari, Montenegro, and burned the Austrian coat of arms. The mob overran the city, and sacked buildings. The occupants of some of these buildings narrowly escaped death. Two Austrian warships have been sent to Antivari.
England Seeks Peace by a Deal with Austria [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1909
ENGLAND SEEKS PEACE BY A DEAL WITH AUSTRIA By United Press. LONDON, Oct. 12. England is working hard to force the adoption of a plan for maintaining peace in the Balkans. The plan includes the purchasing of Bosnia and Herzegovnia from Turkey by Austria. France will assist in carrying out this plan for maintaining peace. It is believed that war between Servia and Russia will be avoided, unless Servian hotheads precipitate trouble.