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200 Expected to Enroll in Course [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

EXPECTED TO ENROLL IN COURSE Veterinarians V Meeting M eting tc to toBe Be Largely Attended Connaway Says At least of ot the graduate t veterinarians veterinariaN in La Missouri will wUI enrol I tI in a special course for graduate t veterinarians which opens tomorrow tomorrow tomor tomor- tomorrow row morning at 8 o'clock Dr J. J W W. Connaway head of the department I of veterinary science said today The Missouri Veterinary Medical As AJ- Association I is operating co-operating with the th t Missouri h College of Agriculture in it 1 giving this thia course Tomorrow has been designated as u t swine disease day da with Dr J. J L L. Li Wells president of ot the Missour i Veterinary Medical Association and anc I Dr Willard H. H Wright parasite logist from the U. U S. S Bureau o ol of r Animal Industry Washington D. D C C. heading the speakers Dr C. C N N. McBryde who is in charge of ot the t research laboratory for swine dis dla- diseases diseases eases at Ames mes mes and Dr J. J D. D ...

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Suit Filed Against H. Hall [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

SUIT FILED AGAINST H. H HALL I I. I A. A and J. J J. J i. i Griffin Charge Charre His HisCar Car Killed Two Cows Cow I J J. A. A and J J. J J. J Griffin today filed rUed suit against Henry lI nry Han Hall for I for the killing of ot two cows COW and the permanent injury of another by Hair Hails automobile I Through their attorneys attorney Dinwid- Dinwid Dinwiddie Dinwiddie die SaPP the plaintiffs allege that on Oct Ort 29 Hall drove his car cari i into a herd of cows on the highway killing two and seriously injuring la a third The cows were being driven along No 63 about two tv miles south of Ashland The case cane will probably come to trial in tn Justice John 8 S. Bicknell's court about Feb Teb 1 1 II

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Gov. Caulfield's Recommendations [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

r. Gov Caulfield's Recommendations JEFFERSON CITY Jan 14 It UP tUP A A A summary of the I made by Gov Henry 8 Caulfield tod y in his Inaugural message messa-e Is 1 given below I An enabling act for the road bond amendment by the Legislature at the earliest possible time Amending the insurance law so ao that the insurance commissioner shall ahall hold office at the pleasure of the governor and that the be salary I be increased The reorganization of the various appointive departments d boards I t and bureaus b aus and the consolidation of ot their various functions under und r rI I as few responsible heads as practicable The adoption of a budget law la Vi which will UI provide for scientific I. I information as to the administrative needs of 01 all departments d The establishment of a central purchasing department A plea for rigid If It the economy present Legislature finds estimated I revenue not sufficient to meet state stata needs to make mak provisions for Increasing the revenues ...

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Thousands See Inaugural of Missouri's New Governor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Thousands See Inaugural of Missouri's New Governor JEFFERSON CITY Jan 14 UP tUP Missouri's thirty-seventh thirty governor Henry S. S Caulfield and other state elective officers of were inaugurated at high h noon today in the rotunda of ol the Capitol Thousands of visitors from every section of the state wit wit- witnessed witnessed the ceremony crowding into Inte the tha small space provided for tor the oc oc- oc casion cwon Five hundred seats seata were placed in the rotunda to care for tor members of the General Assembly and distinguished guests The inauguration was held at the top of tC t c mat V I It J TM Th invocation an was wu delivered f to b toh b the h Rev RV A. A B. B Jackson of ot City The TI benediction was given by bythe b bythe the Itt Rt Rev Joseph of Jef Jefferson Jef- Jef tenon lesson City White Administers Oath I Chief Justice J. J T. T White of the I Supreme Court administered adD the tha oath of office The rotunda was draped in flags and was a veritable bower of ...

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Defective Flue Causes Fire [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

DEFECTIVE FLUE CAUSES FIRE Slight Subi Damage Done Donest st at 01 Sooth Mouth Fifth nUb St St. Today Toda Neighbors noticed shingles burn bum burning burning ing on the roof of a house boUle at 20 South Fifth Street shortly after 1 I o'clock this afternoon and called the fire department Two engines an anthe and the chiefs chief's car answered the call caU and put out the blaze blue with water from spray tanks Aside from a few shingles that were ere burned practically no damage was as done don The house hoUle is 1 owned by Estil Edwards Edward and is 11 rented by Mrs Warren Wright A defective d flue Hue caused ca t tl tle e shingles to catch fire fite

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Mrs. J. C. Hunt to St. Louis Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Mrs Mn J. J C. C Hunt i to St Mt Lomis Lo taI Hospital Mr and Mrs Mn James C. C Hunt o of Centralia Central left Friday for St. St Louis Louta where here Mrs Hunt will enter eater Barnes Barne Hospital for treatment Dr C. C W W. Austene accompanied them

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To Rebuild Huntsdale Levee [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

To Rebuild Rehl Levee I Machinery is ii being beina installed m at t Huntsdale to be used in rebuilding I i a levee lev along the river-bottom river farms fanna McBaine a e eo

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Water Softening to be Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

WATER SOFTENING TO BE DISCUSSED League of Women Voters Voter rs S SWill Will Hear and Hetzler The question of installing a water water- softening plant pl nt in Columbia will wUl be beck t discussed Thursday at 1230 o'clock ck k kat at Harris Harris' Cafe at a luncheon of the he Ui a League Learue of Women Voters by Mayor Maya for i. i W W. J. J J Hetzler and T. T J. J ise a. a The League Leacue is ie planning a series eerie lea n of Thursday luncheons aside from am n nits its Ita regular afternoon meetings to 0 take up problems pertaining to Co- Co Columbia Columbia Cc C lumbia or to discuss matters matull be bc Ix i Ig f I considered by the State Legislature ire 5 The l' l luncheon Thursday is the first fire it of this series

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Mrs. Ella Dinwiddie Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

MRS Mas ELLA DINWIDDIE DIES DIEM Funeral Services Service to Be Held at 23 21 I. I O'clock Tomorrow Mrs Ella Jane Dinwiddie 7 1 yeas years rs old died yesterday afternoon at the U te home honie of her daughter Mrs Mra W. W F. F I P. P Jones Jonel 1203 1303 Walnut Street Besides Beside des deson ts Mrs Jones she ia ta survived by a sot son a W. W M. M of Columbia a brother George P. P Stapleton of East Ems act it St. St Louis Louts and two sisters Mrs R. R I L B. B Turk ton of East Bt St Louis and md an M Mrs William Haines Raine of Rocheport rt t. t Mrs Mm Dinwiddie Dinwiddle was WI born bom in How How- Howard Howard Ho w- w r- r rard ard County Missouri near Fayette a March 31 31 1853 and was wu the daugh daug daughter C- C ter r of Mr and Mrs George Franklin Frankli lin linthe D Stapleton Funeral services will be held at the therow U home 1203 Walnut Street tomorrow row w at 2 The Rev Carl Alee Agee Age gee and the Rev 8 8 Keith will conduct condu ci the services Burial will take ...

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Columbians in Wreck [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

COLUMBIANS COLOMBIANS IN WRECK Neither Injured in ID Accident OB ou Chi Cit I. I cage and aDd Alton Alien Two Columbians were on the train teal In of the he Chicago and Alton which was waa we a wrecked east of Pleasant Hill III II 1 today They were Miss Allie Crews Ores rL Waugh Street visiting nurse nune I of rif Boone County and Emmett F. F Pin Fin Finley PinIer Fix I- I ley Ier manager of eastern Missouri dill dis district di a- a Ia aley of the North America Insurance nee e Company who arrived horns home this th Is afternoon The coach In which Miss Mime Crews Ores Is was wu riding turned over while the theone theas theone U ie one in which Mr Finley was WI a pas pu- passenger as- as I- I aena r. r was wal tilted at about a dt di de- de F gras gre angle

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Ships Hares to New York [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Ship Rbi Hares Haree to Nw New M. M York I William Wi Thornton of Huntsdale re recently re- re rei r C- C shipped nine Belgian hares i to toN I 3 New N York where here they sold for 2 20 netting him 1075 1675 on OD the sale

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Gov. Caulfield Urges a State School Survey [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

GOV CAULFIELD URGES A STATE SCHOOL SURVEY 1 New Executive Tells Ten Assembly of Edu Edu- Education Education Education cation Plans t INCLUDES STUDY OF M. M U. U Recommends Early Passage Pas Pa sage of Road Program j j By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 14 I. A state survey of the school situation in Missouri to include the UnI sity of Missouri with the view Yiew of meeting increased demands of institution Institutions and equalising school opportunities for tor all ail children ch was U urged by Gov Henry 8 Caul- Caul Caulfield Cu field in his message to the General Assembly shortly after his ration today as u Missouri's thirty seventh governor recommended early pus past age ace of legislation putting Missouri new 7 road program In of ef ef feet the reorganization reorganisation and ODD con of state departments dep t adoption of ot a budget law central purchasing of supplies for foe stats state de departments de- de departments and institutions rigid economy in 10 making a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

PLOT PAGE TWO THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY MONDA Y JANUARY 14 1929 I ISide I Side Glances I i d I Ie frI 41 e 9 ty PY Nr tic t t S 5 PA OT or When h n I grow crow up i im i m in goa gen o n i L b c. c l n n i aviator and see ee the th world orld

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Work of Health Unit Explained [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

WORK OF HEALTH I UNIT EXPLAINED A i ito Dr F. F C. C Suggett s Speaks to Baptist Church Organization It The average a v t person does not un un- understand the complexity of the work ork of the Boone County Health Unit said amid Dr F. F C. C Suggett tt before a meeting last night ni ht of the Friendship and Service Guild of the Baptist I Church We educate for better health conditions through the th I schools through classes held o over oer er erthe the he county by visiting the needy and 1 through P. T. A. A A. A the Chamber of Commerce and such organizations organization 1 We work for the control cont rol of contagious disease d and for sanitation j The work of the th Health Unit does not riot stop atop at the end of the school j as many think but continues year I vigorously during the summer Last summer many classes in home care first aid home nursing and child chUd care ciE care were held for mothers in inar var- var I iou Iota parts of the county These The classes were under the...

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Big Drop in Library Costs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

lUG BIG DROP IN LIBRARY COSTS December Claims of or fill 11 Before fore City Council Next Monday Claims against the Public Library amounting to for tor the month of ot December will be placed before the City Council next Monday for lor approval The largest item on the bill is for salaries amounting to New books boob and aDd papers during the month I oost about 30 and other supplies about 10 I IThe The entire expenditure by the li library Ii- Ii during the month was lees Jeaa than for the month of or Novem Noven- November tier bar when the claims approved by Le 1 City CIt Council amounted to 52 5 i iThe L The total circulation during 1923 of books belonging to the library was 2826 according acco ng to a report to the Library Board by Miss Mi Pearl Clarkson Clarbon librarian This is an in increase tn- tn crease of 1715 per cent over the cir circulation cir dr- for br 1027 1971 The library library's s re report re- re report report port for its ita fiscal year will not be made until Ju...

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School Board Meets Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Board BonI Meets Tonight There will be a regular meeting of the th Board of Education this evening at mt 30 o'clock at the Boone County Trust Company according to W W. I I. I Oliver superintendent of schools

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Episcopal Men Will Dine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I 1 1 j j I EPISCOPAL MEN ES WILL ILL D DINE This Event to Tomorrow Tomorrows Mission Session j jA evening A mens men's dinner tomorrow will feature tomorrows tomorrow's session of the mission ml being conducted at the Epis Episcopal copal cops Student S Center South Ninth t. t. t t by the Rev Sidney E E. Sweet fl II I rector of Columbus Columbu O O. Th of the dinner r is 1 II Anyone Anyon inu rested ted ma may attend att An inform I I buffet dinner in honor honorof of Mr S win in be b held hf d this eve eve- evening evening ning at the thC cf ci f the Rev David DavidR Da R R. Haupt About fifteen guests u sL are expected exp to attend afternoon aft at 4 30 o'clock o lock an informal discussion cu cuon on of students students' religions will be conducted bv by Mr Sweet pt et the th Episcopal Ept opal Student Cen- Cen CenI tor ter All Mi students as a well l f ll as mem mern- members mt nl- nl hers bers rs of the local Episcopal parish an tn invited in to attend In the th morning se...

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Store Managers Meet Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

STORE M N GERS MEET tEET HERE Salary Increase a e Is Announced at atA A A. A P. P Co ro Meeting M A meeting of the th store tore managers of the th Atlantic Pacific Tea Com Com- Company palsy pany In m the Missouri territory t west westol f t tot ol ot St St. Louis was held yesterday yest aft aft- afternoon afternoon afternoon at the Daniel Boone Tavern Ta Ta ern The meeting was preceded prec by bv a III luncheon in m the banquet room of ot the theT theT T vern frn The business meeting was In under the supervision of or C P P. Morgan and C C. W W. Davis of St St. Louis Lotus and 8 B. B Me- Me McI fc- fc I I Cord of Columbia Talks by Supt Morgan and Davis were wre ere followed by a general discus discus- discussion discussion sion Sian among the thirteen branch branchI I I managers An increase se In salary alary was granted store managers in this territory I Particular stress s was wa as laid upon Na Na- National National National Coffee Week Weck which begins to- to Ida dav day The ...

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Three Murderers Executed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I THREE MURDERERS EXECUTED I i I State of Pennsylvania Takes Tak Lives at Rockview R Penitentiary BELLEFONTE Pa Jan 14 14 UP I The The state of Pennsylvania elec elec- electrocuted electrocuted electrocuted three men in Rockview Pen Pen- Penitentiary I toda They were all con con- vi fd vic rd murderers murderer I. I Those Tho executed were Tony Lucitti I 33 Washington County Charles F F. MaHor MaDor 22 Philadelphia County and Benjamin ski 32 32 Phila Phila- Philadelphia delphia County Counts

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Pacific Ocean is Shaken Up [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I Pacific Ocean Is I Shaken Up tp HONOLULU HO T T. H. H H. H Jan 14 UP tUP The The most severe 5 ver earthquake since I I the temblor that rocked rock Alaska on Oct 24 1927 was recorded by the United Unitt States geodetic seismograph I here at 1 41 p p. p m tn pi Saturday of officials of- of officials announced late last night The disturbance was about miles away and was probably along the floor of the Pacific Ocean attendants I at the seismograph raph station said aid

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