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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY 12 1 1929 l F Side Glances I I I 1 1 pr u S Take m s bite bile of this and you'll see why Ive I've been married for twenty years yean

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Uninvited Guest Robs Real Ones of $2625 in Jewels and Cash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

S Uninvited Guest Robs Real Ones of 2625 In Jn Jewels and Cash 55 f KANSAS CITY Jan Tan 12 UP An ID uninvited guest attended the seventh forty-seventh birthday anniversary S dinner cUnner of Harry C. C Allen Alien last night S and aDd robbed sixteen Invited guests of S. S Jewels valued at 2500 and cash to totaling to- to toS S taUnI S The bandit first met Russell C. C 5 Allen Uen 21 who was directed to walk j Into the dining room The bandit followed him and menacing the theS S guests with an automatic pistol or ordered or- or ordered ordered I dered the men to stand and raise their arms The women were per per- permitted permitted to remain seated One at a time tm the men were or ordered or- or ordered ordered dered to toss their billfolds on the theS S table The women then were or or- ordered ordered orS S dered to give up their Jewelry

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Oldest Resident Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

OLDEST RESIDENT DIES Mrs Bin Kestine SI 91 of Halls Halls- nile viii Is Buried Burled Mrs Kestine 91 91 oldest S in years year of residence and age In Hallsville was buried burled Thursday at atS S Mount Zion Church She was wa the widow of Emanual who carried mall mail from the Wabash station to the post office for many years before his death Both Mr and Mrs were born in Europe They had no chil chil- children children children dren of their own although they reared several orphan children

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Workshop to Meet Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Workshop to Meet Wednesday S A short meeting of the Missouri Workshop to check up all people Planning lanning to be initiated this semes semes- tee ter will be held at 30 o'clock S Wednesday night it was announced S today by Donovan di dl- dl rector Because of the varied forms forma of work performed by the candi candi- candidates dates for initiation the heads head of de de- departments departments de- de dePartments are not certain that their theirS S records are complete and a final up check is necessary Initiation will be held Wednesday Jan 23

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Bridge Fund Reaches $623,308 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Bridge Fund Reaches Reach The fund for the purchasing of S the St. St Charles traffic bridge to to- to 5 with the addition of k federal and state tax refunds ac- ac according 5 cording to Probate Judge Sam D. D Hodgdon chairman of the free bridge in a report to the State Highway ay Commission The price pric of the bridge bridie which is being bought for the state with 4 toll ton fees is i 1

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At the Churches [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

1 At The Churches 1 Trinity Lutheran 1 Sunday school will meet at I a. a m. m The Bible class for adults i will meet at the same hour 1 Morning services will begin at 1045 The Gospel Is It Our Epi Epi- Epiphany Epiphany Epiphany Today will be the subject of the sermon taken from Matthew 1 Evening services will be Je e held at The subject of the meditation will Aill be Moses First Ap Ap- Appearance Ap- Ap aran Before Pharaoh The catec sm class will meet at atthe atthe atthe the parsonage Monday afternoon at 4 First Baptist The school will begin at a. a m. m At the morning worship which will begin at 1045 o'clock the pastor will speak on The Quest for Certainty The Prayer Perfect by Stenson will willbe willbe willbe be sung by the choir The Intermediate e B. B Y P. P U. U will meet at Mavis Mavia Palmer will lead the discussion of What Young Folks of Today Need The high school and senior B. B Y P. P Us U.'s will win meet at p. p m. m in the Student Center Cen r parlor Miss Nellie Lee ...

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She Named Army Plane [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I She Named Army Plane I Ir 4 5 5 S S Call CaD It U the Question Qu Mark ug rated fasted Mrs Mn Ira 8 S. Faker pictured tired above and aDd and thus the tb army's record record- ret ord- ord breaking endurance plane came into its name Dame The christener is the wife of the Question Marks Mark's second in command Capt Eaker Raker and she Is shown here at their home in Washington Wash Wash- Washington ash ington where she me followed the news DeWS of the historic flight filch

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Big Problem for Japan in 1929 is China [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

BIG PROBLEM FOR JAPAN IN 1929 IS CHINA No Likelihood Enigma Will Be Solved Soon RUSSIA R FRIENDLY IN 1928 Crowning of Hirohito Is Big Event of the Closing Year TOKYO Jan Tan 12 UP Japan faces 1929 with her attention con con- concentrated concentrated on one major problem- problem China Upon the ability of ot her statesmen to solve the Chinese en en- enigma Igina may depend to a m considerable degree decree her success during the com corn coming lug ing year Failure to solve e it eer- eer certainly certainly will damage both her econ econ- economic economic position and her leadership in inthe Inthe Inthe the politics of Asia Chinese relations like Uke Banquo's Banquo ghost have refused to down during 1928 una and a u as the New Year ap ap- approaches approaches ap- ap preaches there seems little likelihood likelihood hood the gaunt punt spectre can be ban ban- banished banished in the near future A number of events have hare tended to irritate the strained relationship which existed...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

S ar arr ary p r y q t C r CALIFORNIA I S TEXAS MEXICO TE TEAS 47 j jA A IfT L i CARIBBEAN V t I L CRUISES S SLI toll Iu LH st LI nr Is nr lira 7 in fU phi mr sister viator Tte visa tI usa M. M I 1 r d S ai at Me s aa say lactic Lia SIMS r 1 Si t tie it writs write I W W. W I 7 nn nit DIY Fa ru ari LIVES s' s Pads dAt ft It 5 t LisI ij M s. s S wA Service S. S J Phone 55 for efficient Want Ads iTHE HIT OF I THE SHOW Characters Character from rem Hit of the Show which has at Urt II- II su Theater N. N Yn T 1 feature picture of the Missouri Th Alee AIle s em the fly acta et of 01 vaudeville If You MUST Take Notes No thit hi try amazing S new idea b hold S SIMPLY soft loEe smooth black S SS S wrIts write Tb I blank blaak look on oa your our lace fmc S vanishes and aad everything comet com es out OK d 5 VELVET Pencils Penca co 4 5 S I 5 S 5 S S I. I S. S 1 I I Ii WANTED TED il Rooms Rl ApartMents Apartment HOUM He S I i iI i I Y Many will be De S seeking new n living quarters quarten in...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

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Inauguration Monday to be without Color [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

INAUGURATION MONDAY TO BE WITHOUT COLOR Colonels Uniforms Will Add Only Touch of Brightness RESTAURANT IN DEMAND Its Opponents Say Dignity of Capitol World Be Wrecked By United P w c The Th color added to inaugurals by bythe bythe bythe the brilliant uniforms of th honor honor- honorary honorary honorary ary colonels by tho th gov gov- governor governor governor wilt be bc b lacking Jacking Monday l The uniforms are rot lot so br this year and there thre will he be no swords I hanging by the colonels colonels' sides Last i I colonels colonel became en entangled cn- cn Inauguration tro t t I fn I tangled with their t swords the I solemn march and nearly fell I Shorter Slants SI Although h having h been a reading clerk elerk for many mans man years ye I in the House HO Bob McClanahan l nahan cant can't I get past the word vord appropriations tons I I He wants to say populations Mrs rg I Ruby only woman mem- mem member member ber r in the House and chairman n of the Children's Children...

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Missouri Dialect Defended [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

MISSOURI DIALECT DIA DEFENDED j J Den Dean Walter Williams illiams Calls Can It the th Language Universal l I. J In a recent issue iSue of Missouri the official publication of or the Mis Mis- Missouri Missouri sour State Slate Chamber of Commerce Dean V Walter Williams defends the i used by native e 1 L. L in inin i in to article art c c entitled c t t d Missouri li Dialect liu If 1 f High forts rIi Origin O. O sin sint t r r. r cn Williams n cays aas LS L'S tie t e f Missouri l dialect jale t is the ht h t f ering of I the laitu l ll U e ana t n r ht well it t become the laii u ne rc universal 1 f. f It II It is 18 less lees mechanical th a P f Esper- Esper per into auto and more graceful c than Vola- Vola t. t puk Those vho v. v ho o cio cia not flOt comprehend the beauty u ly of the 1 is ion uri dialect i. i may not riot agree asree with the decision t but those who know it in its purity pow pots power por er r and persuasiveness will vill iH cordially l t i approve the decision ...

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Paulen Paroles 59 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Is t Paroles 59 5 TOPEKA KAN I AN Jan sn n 12 ruP I j nine Fifty inmates of the th Hutchin Hutchin- Hutchinson son state reformatory vre ore granted gr n d I I p rl s c by Cov Go- G GoLlia Dm r r I i F ul 1 vho ho cI cI c-cI o l. l ff vi d ci cibe It ti be the b t I roles rolt's granted during I t I j 1 g 1 ht pl ad ministration If ff t 1 i

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The Long, Long Trail [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I i I I I I I I I I i I i I i j I jI The TheLong Long L g Long Trail l lJ tr r 1 11 I 1 J p D r J I. I I k I r l N 1 N x i- i 4 p- p pI pv I v vT j JOB o t T- T N l r Q 0 V F v SN e. r eo O A I ep oV e fJ 1 1 0 7 e. e ill G 9 e A L Lw p l w a S I e eI e e Q 1 9 A l 1 I it J r f i. i I o 0 Ii a I I f J 1 T 2 1 I J 1 A r L 1 1 r r t. t P- P f s j f v L. L Yf A j j 1 i

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Columbia Woman Sees Part of Imperial Japanese Ceremony [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

j j Columbia Colu m bia Woman Worn a n Sees Part of Imperial Japanese Ceremony I I I j I t I Miss 1 Jewel Palmer Palm missionary and arid teacher in Japan arrived ed Thursday Th afternoon at her Ler home at 31 South Fifth Street having ha left ift Tokyo Ja Japan Ja- Ja Japan Dec Itc 21 Miss Il Palmer pan on s re returned re- re returned returned turned on account acc of ut the illness ss of her mother Mrs W. W B. B Palmer The trip from Tokyo on a Japan Japan- Japans Japanese ese se boat the Siberia Maru sad sa d Miss Palmer was unusually pleasant for tor fortins tins this tune time of the year in spIte of the fact that the boat boet was in the thed fdge d e ot oi n a bad typhoon from about noon on Christmas Day Da until the morning of or Dec 27 Although A this was hr fourth trip across acrO i the Pa Pa- Pacific Miss fi s Palmer said that it was washer washer her first experience in a bad storm sturm She Sh is rattier rather proud of or the fact she sh said that she he has hai never ...

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Meat Judgers Receive Cup [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I MEAT RECEIVE EI E TP IP JM i M. M U. U Team Awarded for Winning tinning Intercollegiate Contest A silver loving cup has been re received re- re received I by the meat judging team of the Missouri College of Agriculture in recognition of oC their winning the th I Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest Contesti i at the American Royal Livestock i Show in iii Kansas City This TillS cup which stands more than I two feet high is presented by the National Livestock and Meat Board Inscribed near its base are the names lof of this years year's winning team and their I coach M M. I. I T. T Foster assistant pro pro- professor I fessor in animal husbandry Mem Mein- Members i bers of the championship team tean are Nat Allen Jr J. J C. C McLean l L. L P. P I Hopper and O. O J. J Hopper The cup was given gi for the first fir t time at the show last year year Illinois Illinois II I taking first honors with with Missouri second cond and this his t year ear with h Missouri l j i winning and arid Ill...

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Delegation Visits Booth [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

DELEGATION VISITS SITS BOOTH Salvation Array Army Arm Chiefs Action on Request to Quit Is Withheld SOUTHWOLD SOUTH WOLD England Jan 12 t UP U UP-A UP P I.-A I. A deputation of seven sr sent sentI by the High Council of the Salvation I I Army to request Gen Gm W. W Bramwell I Booth to resign as high command command- commander jer i er called on the general at his Ius home here hr yesterday ye when he has been En ill III for six months month I The Fise delegation del after a morning 1 visit was told that the general could not hot be seen until afternoon The members returned r at I 1 o'clock after lunch at the Lowestoft Hotel and held a n. conference conf with the general that lasted about an hour houi The Th delegates ats at's ri-I ri used comment v. v hen hemi try t y left the t 11 house except to lii toi i y tl-s-t tl t t the l vas t adjourned as ut 1111 LI d l Y when 1 i un n th Hi h Coon Coun- tri I ri ci n again i at on bunbury-on- 1 I Thames s. s 4

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William N. Boatman Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I WILLIAM ILLI X N. BOATMAN S DIES Mexico Man Had Been Resident of i Missouri 1 for lor 89 Years Yr-ars Funeral services were conducted afternoon at Mexico Mo for William Nelson Boatman 91 91 of that city who died Tuesday night fellow ing a short illness from i monia i Mr lr Boatman Boa who had been a resi- resi resident I t dent d of Missouri for 89 years and tot lot of Mexico since 1838 1808 18 8 is survived by byI bythe I the th following children Mrs l Everett i Johnson Centralia Mrs l Hugh Sproul Mrs I rs Bertie Bert 1 Carter and Roy M. M 1 Boatman of Mexico W. W W. W Boat- Boat Boatman i man Los Angeles J. J Robert Boat- Boat Boatman man n an St. St Louis J. J J D. D Boatman Paris Tex and Mrs Irs C. C C. C Cohoon Okla- Okla Oklahoma i horns homa City The following brothers and sisters also survive C. C F. F Boat- Boat Boatman i man n Mrs 1 Ann Carver and Mrs Sa Sa- Sarah Sara Sa- Sa Sarah rah ra h Leusley Moberly

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Enrollment is 8676 at Ohio U. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

ENROLLMENT IS AT OHIO U. U Arizona U. U to Have Girls' Girls Smoking Rooms Rooms Idaho Idaho Dates End Early Available A figures figur show that toe t e students registered r at Ohio Ohio- State University Uni for tor the winter quarter quarter quarter ter exceed the registration for tor the same period pe last year l' l r. r but are ap ap- approximately ap- ap approximately proximately 2000 fewer than the number enrolled in tn the fall quarter Just finished Statistics from past years show that this decrease in en en- enrollment enrollment in ln the winter quarter is not unusuaL When sorority presidents at the University of Arizona expressed ap ap- approval approval ap- ap approval of a recommendation rt to allow aJIo girls' girls halls and houses to establish smoking rooms tradition at the uni aol university was given gi a rude rud jolt Here Here- Heretofore Heretofore coeds had been bE en expected x to do their smoking in the Varsity Inn or orsome orsome orsome some other sympathe...

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Bridge to be Free in '30 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

BRIDGE TO BE FREE IN IS 30 St. St Charles Charl Structure Will Be Paid for By That Date Dat The Th present pr toll toil bridge on High High- Highway Highway Highway way 40 at St. St Charles w wl l be a free bridge by 1930 according to Judge Sam D. D Hodgdon- Hodgdon chairman of the St St. t. t Charles free ridge oridge committee Judge Hodgdon says that the th bridge brid e eis is more than half paid for and by 1930 may be used u ed without cost tc to the state tate Despite competition with the Alton and ar d Louisiana bridges and the cost of new flooring the income for the last six months is greater than ever before The Th federal fed ral income tax for 1928 1925 j will be the the- state income tax 2500 bringing the total amount due since 1926 from front federal and state sources and the amount paid on prin prin- principle principle ciple to 66 The bridge floor floor- flooring flooring ing in the last six months cost 20 The bridge bridat is 15 free from federal and state taxes j

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