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Will be Witness in Law Suit [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I Hill ill ilI Be 81 ii Witness in law I- I Suit W V. D D. Stuart city building pec m-pec- to wM wl wi leave lea tomorrow ro ait a fo for Caruthers ill to i as a witness in a la suit sait 1 hi hl h- h hI I Ay Aay work in that par air of tho tha th state s ate atei i he tie will return Friday Frida noon 1

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Inauguration Ball Attended by Thousands [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

INAUGURATION BALL ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS THOUSANDS' I Many Unable to Greet Governor Because of Crowd THRONG FILLS CAPITOL Reception Line Is Halted Hal ted at 9 O'clock So Dancing Dancing Dancing ing May Start JEFFERSON CITY Jan 15 The U p The first official act of Gov Henry S S. S Caulfield today was T the appointment of George GeorgeF F F. Haid of St St. Louis as Judge of the St. St Louis Court of Ap Ap- Appeals Appeals Ap- Ap Appeals peals to succeed Judge Charles CharlesH H H. Daues Da ues who ho resigned to practice law The new governor who was wasat wasat wasat at the head of a receiving line for almost three hours at last nights night s inaugural ball was at the executive offices at 9 o'clock to to- to day His desk was as plied high with congratulatory letters and tele tele- grams JEFFERSON CITY Jan 15 U UP P Thousands of visitors civilians legislators and officers of the na na- national national na- na national guard thronged to the capitol last night to attend the festivities...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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May Close Junior College [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I MAY CLOSE JUNIOR Jr COLLEGE OLLE Survey Sarvey Results to Determine De Jet Jef Jefferson ferson fenon City ity It Schools School's Fate Fa Whether the Jefferson City Junior College will be continued d or not will depend upon the results of a sur sur- survey survey vey to be made late next month or early carly in March If the Junior Col Col- College College College lege is abolished the teachers will willbe willbe be assigned to positions in the se senior se- se senior senior high school According to a member of the Jef Jef- Jefferson Jeff Jef- Jef Jefferson ferson f City School hool Board the board will not approve of or an appropriation to continue the college if the sur stir survey survey vey does not indicate that there will be at least students st for the coming term The is jc s to be mado mada among amon the 12 or more stu students tu- tu dents now i i the senior class Of f the high school It is doubtful do whether the board boardwin will win ask for a levy Increase this year...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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In Congress [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I In Congress I t I 1 Just after she sh learned that she he ht had been chosen hn 1 to u UNd te teed d her hr husband a s Arkansas Arkansas' first t Mrs W. W A posed po d for this thi e dusi usi t NI NIt I S r Sr i picture the picture the first she has had taken in eleven clesen l ven I years jars ears

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I The Picture Quiz I IBy By The Drug Shop S op This man was as called the Father of Georgia QUESTIONS 1 1 Who is he 2 2 What did he do 3 3 Who founded Florida 4 4 Who founded Rhode Island 5 5 Who founded New York ANSWERS ASS JOA Jo o an na g J op ap P u JO O p puno 1 I Knight founded a store of friendly service f when he bf first tint went Into the drug store business bu 21 years vears ago ajo The way nay ay in which Columbia appreciated this is I best bf st judged from the kindly feeling lIn the th people have ha for forThe forThe The Drug Shop Phone Jhone 1 11 I i iI I 4 i The Real Home for Men of M. M U. U Showers Sh O in In Every ery E J vrY Room R oom 4 Touch To and Linens lin ns Maid laid Ser ice I Single in Beds 4 t Lounge Room I om with v Radio 4 i Billiard Room I om All H for 10 S1 and 11 1 t per 1 month r- r Hoard Board Boa rd if Desired Desi red t Ii i Phone honc us for reservations 4 i Knights of Co um s Student Home i College Aye Ave Phone i I J JI Columbia Fruit Co i I...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

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"Overhead" in Welfare Work [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

J Ci Overhead in Welfare W Work I IThe The final drive of Columbia's Public Welfare Society Is ts taking place this week Solicitors are calling upon those who have not n yet contributed to the fund and are asking a king them to help I raise the needed to complete the 1929 budget It is Ia up to those residents and business men Eligible for the canvass to do their part part and and consider it a men to be designated as so eligible or be a bit ashamed not to have contributed earlier Since the recent efforts of the society to explain it Ite finances and its work there has been bf en some talk about overhead expenses being betna too large in the budget of the society with society with implications if it not statements that not enough cash is given to the needy n y and too much is 18 spent in the organization hon work But one prominent minister of Columbia has said that the ideal welfare society would be one that spent p nt every dollar in overhead to and gave not one dollar of cash h I t...

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Help the Pedestrian [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Help the Pedestrian While the spectacle of a person turning a somersault on an icy sidewalk is one designed to provoke mirth in inthe inthe the watcher it is 15 a situation in which no pedestrian wishes to be placed As one walks down the street he treads upon icy side side- sidewalks sidewalks walks some of which have been sprinkled with cinders or sand The others are dangerous traps The responsibility rests nata upon the shoulders of Columbia C residents A full bucket of sand placed on an icy sidewalk may prevent broken bones or even death

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Professional Vs. Amateur Wrestling [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Professional vs Amateur A Wrestling Th The great difference between professional wrestling and amateur wrestling is apparent after watching the earnest efforts of the Illinois and Missouri mat squads in their dual meet mt-et Saturday night There was no in intentional In- In Intentional stalling no grandstanding or intentional fouling Every man who went on the mat had but two thoughts in mind one was to throw his opponent opponent I Ito and do it in iti the te shortest t time possible and the other was to keep from being thrown n or postpone that calamity as long as possible I None of these thee living clean-living young athletes were to bet be be t rewarded other than by the honor that tha t goes to the th victor On the other hand the professional prof wrestler in addition to being beine a skillful grappler must be a show- show showman showman showman j man who will give the crowd a thrill He must be beAble able to show more emotions than the paid highest-paid I movie mole star regi...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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A Provision for Aggressive War? [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I A Provision for Aggressive War I S A proposal submitted to Congress declared to be the I logical step after the ratification of the Kellogg pact i j would restrict by constitutional amendment the power of Congress to declare war except in tn defense of ot the United States I i Any declaration except In defensive war would be J submitted for the ratification of a majority of the I j I i I qualified electors in the several states ata tea in the manner j provided for by the laws laWI of each state in choosing I representatives in the Congress at a time which the president shall fix immediately following such uch declara d lara lara- tion I But when an actual state of war exists the president p president sl- sl dent shall shaD have power to recognize recognise it and to take ap ap- ap appropriate action to terminate it I A still further limiting provision would possibly be added which would permit Congress to declare war- war other than defensive without defensive without referendum w...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Since Thursday is the first day of Thrift Week were we're rt reminded of Ben Franklins Franklin's saying 1 The way to wealth la Is easy aa as the way to the market it depends on two to words wOrds industry industry and frugality Weve We've always been able to get let to the market but our but our thrift ended there Gov Len In Small of Illinois commuted the sentences of nine men convicted of murder and seven convicted of armed rm robbery As AI a pardoner there is nothing tl small about bins Him t m

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The Missouri "Athens" Entertains [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

The Missouri Athens Entertains Columbia the Athens of Missouri tl again extends a welcome to 10 a visiting association as This time it i is Missouri State School Administrative C Association und and the welcome should it if pos ol bo 14 a bit warmer a bit ht more intimate than it has been or been or could for bf for tin thi other conventions and associations which have ha met here welcome though thou h they It crt For as a a. center c of e education interests Columbia should feel fel a closer kinship hip with the organization t lOB and the purpose and work o of this association of school chool ad ad- ad In I xi Columbia's University Cru y and a nd ad colleges c there is a definite study ot of o education as a profession with research and analysis of or the tho methods l of ot admin administration and ani a d organization used in 11 n educational onal insa insi- in l- l over o the state and the tue nation From the th Uni UIL- University and colleges here come corno many of o the hf t...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Our latest test in modern English En usage usa Explain the differences in meaning of passed away auty a and passed Jut out I The more we see of or Bebe Daniels Danils in t newspaper news I paper pictures the more certain we are that weve we've m n r rI I been in a newspaper office

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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I 1 I What Others Say SayI I I Debunking the New Woman Ii i By Ey Frank r. Hillier in il The Th Westminster Pst pr t. t In the United nit d States Stales they have ha haan an excellent cl llen word o for fori forsham j i sham they call it ti bunk and the process ot 01 strip st ii the shan sham from anything they Uw call debunking dt J n Tl rh object of this article which has the th approval val of man women who have seen it it is to debunk ddn the Nt Ne Woman I Ii j i The last few months have han seen srn an extraordinary outburst of ot analysis is of oC Woman Vonan M. M I. I period period- and many newspapers a have broken out Uit into a l a rish rih rt 1 of articles on the tilt subject As all 11 of them th Ul had nd suddenly t. t red ered the existence o 0 a new law burn bri b apparently of ot the war and the th n to t all women of ol the vote they suddenly launched bun a Lat V at flood o 0 articles about her the New Neve Woman and nd tv t h 1 loi t I o t still st t il continues T...

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Whoa, Pegasus! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I h I 1 Whoa IV hoa Pegasus r I aro or Less I f I Miscellaneous li ous j He lit was an nit t young yo n mer merchant chant aol L' Ild I il d d that t no Ito 11 r mutu-r i 5 t tin tue lC t he lie mu L t buki burlet b d up lp an r ar r cf i I il uti i duality that u permeate t t his store He lie 1 and thought thou ht And then at ft lat last la lo L. lit hit l it upon uton ju 3 t the thin t hut it exp v. t p l ju JUt t the touch of oi hl hs L desired just the air that thai would C U 1 1 lira draw the U cs c's attention i L itc w next ll manila he v wa early arly at the tue t e shop sue Sl iL lie He- H could hardly wait wal lor br the sound ol ul the bell it t t List Lt it run loin ran i Ij IL IT an it tt but not in his cus- cus U von Uti n Coid he ho began brgan Your rOH 1 i and ond you ott at atI rj r. i l l. l to tu DUI l the thit complete e l Well ell well wail w lI came the reply oer over 1 I the eIn wire vOrt Ian t s t u.- u. a It wonderful i j I j i I i I 1 I i I j I IOv Is I a t...

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Abandoned Infant Found in St. Clair [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I Abandoned Infant Found in St. St C lair lair j ST. ST CLAIR Mo Jan 15 UP A 5 weeks k old baby boy found i abandoned In Iii a box along the St. St Umon jClair-Umon Union Clair Road has a new home homeI I I with Mrs Irs Margie Man i Duckworth who k u. the infant pending iden- iden jt L fixation The baby was found by r John Taylor

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Youth Killed, Girl is Hurt in Attempt to Escape Irate Father [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Youth Killed Girl Is j Hurt H in Attempt A to Escape Irate Father KANSAS S CITY Jan 15 13 VP UP 4 The Tl t. t i i up ap t of a couple Irons an icy roof rOif to the pavement pa to tJ escape escape- sea p the father r of the tho th cir gu gir who sho objected to the match 1 resulted rC al fd yesterday Yf in d death ot 05 the youth and a d serious senous in injury in- in injury injury jury to the girl j i jFrank j Frank 27 7 c in a los hos- hospital pital early eay ca y while Mss Ls H l J. J Siu- Siu sc-do sc HI 21 1 is in a dangerous dan tr s condition con n from a fractured tract kull The couple coup e front from ranI Santiago S c cS S the tho police reported n bort rd Jump Jump- J um- um ini tag out ou of a third floor floorn n s nUts to the hie roof cf of an adjoining bu ng lie Ill coup c p daubed climbed d over Oer O er a is lire iro wall walland and nd jumped t. t t to the ice covered roof of 01 another They slid d to the ed ede je of the th roof and plunged gt thirty feet to the...

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Monitor-Index Commends Sign [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I I t i I I I MONITOR INDEX iNDEX II I COMMENDS SIGN Paper Says Marker arker on Highway 40 Here Iere Is Elective j Front From the U P ely Monitor Index j Some So time urn a o memoirs nH LJ of the tae Junior Juni Chamber 1 b cf f 1 Commerce C. C C H l rC rCa at a Co- Co Col l erected d rn n citrine c tr c slept on ay Hl 40 at the tho th entrance t to tin the city as a guid to autos or as asas well v. as an advertisement of f educational cn l institutions It has h lS proven en pros en of muni ui In I biru lt t to strangers stran rs as a gualt rt i beacon b at night niR t. t Macon tacon in a a smili j I way stay has done do e the same saInt ow I comes Mexico ir t ored ed rd by b Fr d Pilcher prominent merchant and al v. v 1 known to many people V. V V t I i serious scrums consideration of She tho sat san t ti j i plan oar for the th l of K H. 1 I way 40 and 54 near lla r Mexico l Tle Tb Tl subject has las b UI Is I 0 s discussed td leer l I but got no further than the tise di d c siG...

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Reed Makes Nomination [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

REEl MARKS MAKEt NOMINATION SO 0 Recommends St. St Louis Iou Youth for fur En- En Entrance EnI Entrance trance to lo West Point I Graham Jackson ol ci St. St Louis Lonis has ha been nominated ted for admission to toj toI I j II West Vest Point by United States Senator I Reed He d. d I Jackson Jack on who is i a graduate of Sot Sol Soldan Gl- Gl I dan High School SCho Jl and woo who also a nsf at- at atI attended at I tended high hig 1 sr wol u ll t his ha I I home honse at Mexico Mo 10 vill s' s 11 report 1 ir r examination at Jr JI tel ozi Barracks 1 in iii March Marcis and prepare to enter West Vest WestPoint I Point in July According to the St St. Louis Lons l. l l Globe Globo- Democrat young on Jark is la now at attending at- at tending the State University at O CI c- i lumbia hia Mo Nb Io but hut the t 1 H registrar r taoist lf ra mr r the he t University y has no record of lu i Ii IiI I enrollment here hf rp

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Robbed in Hotel Room [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

IS I ROBBED IN HOTEL ROOM ROOI Detroit Couple at hah Lose Iose ash Cash and heck Cheeks I KANSAS CITY CliV Jan 15 13 I UP l I Mr and Mrs F F. T. T Miller of Detroit were pre ordered ordred omd red to put their I hihi r heads un- un 1 the pillows by uy t o bandits who i then 11 ransacked their ther lr room room in us the S Hotel lintel 1 and took 14 and nine checks for 50 early yesterday y j i The Millers had not nt locked lock d the thedoor I door of their room The checks wr-re wr w cc pa to Miller l on the th Burroughs I Adding Machine Company C of or which whirl I Miller 1 is nat SI tati s Thru Thru- Th Ir I watches lying on tin tho dT hisser dresser r. r were wr I overlooked by the list bandits bandit t c

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