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Two Are Jailed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TWO TWO lOLS ARE JAILED I George Geor Shelly and Willie Smith I to Face y Charges Charr I George Shelby a d Willie Villie Son Smith negroes n rocs were takers to Boone County Jail this mon mornin 1 to await arraignment Monday on 01 a Q charge of ot breaking into tho the Waller Clothing Company of Centralia rind scaling goods valued at Tie Tete vit was W tiled before Justice Ju tk John 8 S. I end and nd the warrant issued yes es es- esterday I Only clothing was taken from the t c store when robbed robb d. d In the haul was as I I Included a leather coat two t. t NO suits a pair of ot gloves a sweater an ai over over- overcoat coat three pairs of shoes and a 11 Gladstone bag in which to carl cany cart away way the stolen goods i

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Two Minor Fires Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TWO MINOR FIRES YESTERDAY I Truck Burns BUIU on College Avenue Avenue- A i Small BUxe on Ripley Street S t The woodwork and floor boards of a truck were burned when the truck caught fire from an overheat overheat- overheated ed muffler last night at at the south southend southend end of College Avenue A venue The fire was put out by the fire department f I A burning flue at a t the home of W. W W. W Davis Dan Ripley Street this morning a few minutes after 9 I o'clock caused no damage The fire i department was waa called to prevent F the fire getting out of control

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Rifle Match Today Called Off [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Rifle BIlle Match Today Called Off f The Tha Jefferson City Gun Club was unable to compete this afternoon In a rifle match scheduled with the Urn Uni University versay of Missouri Varsity rifle team which was W to t be held on the rifle range I n o in the garret of Jesse Jease Hall Sickness 3 end the absence of some of or I their th l- l r mer mer Jefferson City was the cause

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

J li v 1 to t ni 1 U Couple J d Mr J J. f vari rdo 0 of the birth of o a boy bor Monday I

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"Hex Trial' Judge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I Hex Trial Tria Judge Judg iL- iL lr I I i iI I aa I J Jud r Jud-r ud e f tiny Ray P. P 1 a tor H o isI is presiding pr over rr the ra ou u it t l- l lI I I craft murder trial in York Fa ra i where here John r master ma tr of 01 the lh black art artS and an two youths art are charged har d with the t in of Nelson JD D recluse I farmer farmr i er ret r use u I. I

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Pirates Swamp Kewpies, 19 to 11 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

j j I PIRATES PIRA rES SWAMP AMP I 19 TO 11 I Boonville's Fast Fas Offense Takes Advantage of Breaks The nan High School Kew- Kew pies pips dropped their conference c op n- n rr fr last las to the Boon Hiah School Pirates Th Til score score- was lS 19 I I j I i j I I j I I I I I I to 11 An ofin c fen that was able abe to I take the breaks k faster f ter pave gave the Pi 1 Pt- Pt 1 rates an nt e. e The game am was wasl played at Central grade school in In Boonville j I l Shryock K I Kewpie pie forward owned I the scoring oring s wh n ho he h md d' d fo t a afree afree free toss tos Harris of ot ille fol- fol followed i t j lowed with a free toss tos Shryock i I again a ain tied a free f-ec goal poal o l but failed to toI tomake I I make it count Karris of or the Pi Pirates Pt- Pt I rates followed shortly with the ini list initial I Ual field goal oal and after atter several s minutes of play pIny Shryock Shrock put through the first basket b for the i I Shryock Scores The Kc forward ...

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Ready for Public Welfare Drive [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

READY FOR PUBLIC WELFARE ARE DRIVE j I J J. E. E Boggs Says Final De De- Details Dei Details i tails Have Been i Completed i I IAH All AH 15 is i in readiness for the drive for funds to complete the th 1939 1929 bud- bud budget budi budget i get of the the- Public Welfare Society which will open Monday J. J E E. Boggs Bog chairman of the finance committee I ano announced d this morning Mr Boggs Bo J. J will confer with Stith his hi assistants this afternoon when final preparations i for the drive will be discussed and ors will be appointed I There will ill not be a general can can- canvas I xa vas s s of the community because of the th campaign of the society late tr last la t year Only those who have not yet contributed to the fund will be asked ask d to give Mr Boggs Bogga announced Solicitors will be given Ri en lists of names s and will mil ill call upon only those tho t tp persons p ons listed A heck check of the con con- contributions contributions thus If If has hus revealed ...

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Airport Lights Are Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I AIRPORT LIGHTS ARE HERE i First Fint Shipment nt in Town Ton and Will WillBe WillBe I Be Installed Soon I Six thousand pounds of lighting equipment for the Allton Airport was received yesterday y at the M-K M T. T freight office It is now in stor stor- storage storage storage age at the Transfer Company Further shipments are expected soon according to R R. F. F Montgomery of the acCOrding Allton Ailton Flying Service ice I According to a letter received by bythe bythe bythe the Tiger Transfer Company a gov gov- government l eminent agent will be here within the next ten days to supervise the installation of electric lights at the I i airport L. L E. E secretary of the i Chamber of Commerce or R R. F F. Fi i t Montgomery pilot at the airport however howe have ha received no official 1 notice as to when n the installation of equipment will begin be in

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Hospital Lists Down [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

l I t I i HOSPITAL L LISTS DOWN DOX Only Only One Admitted to ti tl V Diversity nit Yesterday 9 y 9 9 Dismissed Seemingly in direct contradiction to the rumors of or another wave v wa e of epidemics in Columbia Columbi was the lull lun in admissions to the local hospitals yes yes yes- s- s For the first day since Nov 17 I. l discounting the Christmas hoi hoi- hoida days da only one patient was admitted to the University Hospital Ho pital while nine were w re dismissed di The Boone County Hospital ad ad- admitted admitted admitted no one on yesterday while one on was dismissed patient

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K. C. Scouts to Aid Birds [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I K C. C Scouts to Aid Birds KANSAS CITY Jan 12 UP I The Kansas City Boy Scouts have started a campaign to aid birds during the winter months The I Scouts will ll distribute food to keep the birds birda front from starving ing j I

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M. U. Man to China [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

i J I I i M. M V. V Man to China I J. J A. A L. L Waddell Wadden a a. graduate of the School of Law has been retained by the National government of China Chinato to act as consulting engineer to its i t Department of or Railways Ran He left for China the early part of ot this month

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Today's Market Reports I By United Un ted Pr Local l al Markets I I v l p Vc prices s paid by local merchants today for fo Poultry PO and l' l g are a as a follows tollo HI S. S 24 Leg Leg- Leghorn L Leghorn 6 I 2 roosters root horn hens springs rs I I lOc 10 young roosters 15 geese ts t's duck l c and eg s. s oO- oO ar J j. j Chicago hit Livestock I h. h tok By Department D of Agriculture r Hogs market bio slow blo prices steady tady to lOc lOe lower loer than yesterdays yesterday's best prices bulk of choice 30 30 lb Ib averages a held heid he d steady teady top 92 I on few loads of o lbs Ibb Ib bulk I choice 90 Ibs lbs 9 9 f several hundred to big packers at 9 choice lb Ib weights at pigs in ln liar nar- liari 1 i rue ru demand few hundred hUI and sev- sev nal loads load held over liter alter being bid 23 L 1 Oc lo lower er bulk packing sows sous 1 8 35 shippers took look for lor vc week eek I I Cattle market compared with witha I Ia a week ago all gr of light steers and yearli...

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College Head to Present Request [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I I II I allege oll Head to Present Pr Request tar for an increased ed budget for the Southeast Missouri ll uri Teachers Te chers College e at a Cape Girardeau will be made before b fore the appropriations com corn committee I of the State Slate Legislature by Josrph Josph A. A Serena president of or the college The appropriation suggest suggest- suggested I ed for or the th school by the State Tax TaxI Commission was or I less than that received during the thelast thelast last year two 1 wo- wo year period

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Hedge Heads Tokyo Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I d e Heads roads Tokyo lab Club Frank F-ank H. H Hedges s of Springfield Mo l graduate of the School of Jour Jour- Journalism Journ Journalism n of r the University in the class elas of 1919 now in Japan as rep rep- representative representative of or the Christian Science I Monitor and the Baltimore Sun has been elected d president of the R. R T T. TP I P P. Club at Tokyo This club is an organization of foreign correspondents correspondents I dents who send cable new news out of j Japan

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Treasury Balance is 175 Millions [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Treasury ory Balance I Millions WASHINGTON Jan 12 1 U.- U. UP Treasury ury net balance for January 10 was SI Customs receipts to that ute lle were

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Centralia Man Suffers Broken Ribs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

i I Centralia Man Ian Suffers Suffer r Broken Ribs j Jack Wheeler of or Centralia Central a. a em- em emi i at a t an art oil station sta tion there re- re reI received ed I f cel d two broken ribs when lifting lfting r boiler at the plant

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Contest With Pittsburgh U. is Canceled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I Contest With Pittsburgh I U. U It II Can Can- Canceled CanI Canceled d Melbourne M Scherman and Charles Charlt's I Prett In man n Varsity debaters were ere scheduled to meet a University of Kansas Kan s team t am at Lawrence Larence at o'clock this afternoon Missouri Mi was to defend fend the nega negative tive live side ide of the question Resolved that tie the proposal for modification of the th Vol t Rd Law and the Eighteenth Eight nth Amendment advocated by Gov Go Smith in his speech h of acceptance should be b adopted The debate with Pittsburgh Uni Uni- University v. v which was to have been here the he first week in February has been canceled cance led because beca use a date could not be arranged arran which would not conflict with religious services r s in Columbia according to Prof Wilbur E. E Gilman Oilman director ol Os' forensics I Varsity women will wi debate the I Washington University team in the University Auditorium March larch 27 on the question Resolved R sol cd...

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O. E. S. Holds Installation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I O. O E. E S. S HOLDS INSTALLATION Columbia u en Conduct eremo Ceremonies re-mo- re nies for Centralia Chapter I Mrs Mis K C C. Sullivan Sulli of Columbia district dist worthy grand matron ma of ot the Order of the Eastern ern Star Sta- installed the officers for 1929 in the Centralia chapter at a public installation held Thursday evening Jan 10 at the Masonic Hall in Centralia Mrs Nel Nel- Nellie Nellie lie he Points of Columbia acted as asI marshal I The The- following officers were in installed In- In Installed stalled Worthy matron Mrs Mary MaryLou MaryLou t Lou Fountain worthy patron David Duff associate matron Mrs 1 Gussie Gus ie Fagg conductress s. s Mrs Irs Hattie Skaggs associate e conductress Mrs H H. L L. Pruett secretary Mrs lr Victors Victoria a treasurer Miss liss Mary lary Sims chaplain Mrs Ida Naylor warden Mrs Mattie la tie Irvine sentinel Ed Sew Sew- S w- w wI ell ell eli Ada Mr l Bess Waggoner Ruth Ruih Miss Ruth Esther Mrs Irs I Mary Pruett Martha In ha M Mss ss...

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Greenfield Bank Closes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

GREENFIELD BANK CLOSES State Finance Finan Department Finds Shortage of JEFFERSON CITY Jan 12 U UThe U P The The Tho third bank of the year to close in Missouri because b of irregular ular irregularities occurred today when hen examiners of the State S ate Finance Department nt found a shortage c of in the Bank of Greenfield Wade County Edwin EdIn Ed In Harrison cashier r of the bank admitted admit ed that tha t he he- had let a astock aI astock stock tock buyer buver of Greenfield draw on I the bank since last June The cash cash- cashier I ier had h carried earned carried the buyers buyer's checks as cash cah ca- ca h items The board bo rd of directors knew noth noth- nothing nothing nothing I ing about the cashiers cashier's operations op the Department said

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M. U. Graduate on Bench [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

M. M 17 t I. Graduate on Bench B nh Howard L L. Bickley B a graduate of the School of ci Law of the University Unive-sity became chief justice of the eme I Court of or New New- Mexico texico on Jan 1 I. 1 1929 Judge Bickley lives in Santa Fe Fl-

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