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All Ready for Cold Wave [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

AH All A Ready R d for old Cold olda Wave ar a ave r ATOKA Okla OkIa Jan Ja 15 l 1 i UP Elmer Goad 21 21 returned home from a year five stay in the state stater reformatory r and decided he lie hen needed n some som new clothing When Vh n police searched him he ht was found to be bearin wearing arin three of ladies' ladies underclothing pairs of silk ins st t p in maid GIld I four f ur brassieres in addition addi t to his t usual masculine clothing I He lit- was vas charged with robbing I two homes

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I Real Estate Transfers 1 Sarah and S. S F. F Thomas Thorns s to Hen lIen Henry Henry ry M. M Crane and al d wife 35 acres NW V 4 1 1 l NE 4 1 except 2 1 feet oft off N. N side SHOO tO Columbia Savings lings S l ings Dank Bank to G. G O. O Weaver tr end and nd van wiL PO CO acres E. E SE 4 1 l- l land 1 and nd 8 acres LS part p t NE E 1 4 SE E 4 1 10 50 13 1 l. l Irene Irne and C C. M. M I. I Gray Grav to Henry P P. Soden N 2 1 1 SW SV S' S 1 4 Sec S c. c 21 and ald E I 2 1 1 SE 4 1 Sec 20 all in Twp Tsp 51 R R. 11 11 1

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Jay-Walkers May be Fined [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

II I WALKERS JAY JA 1 WALKERS MAY Y BE FINED FI ED St. St Louis likely to toa Pass a Bill Call all Calling allIn lag ing In for 55 5 3 to 25 52 Fines Jay in il ST. ST Louis Loul will be punishable by a fine 01 of from 5 3 to 23 if a bill parsed pa i ed by the Legisla Legislation tiers tion Committee of the th Board cf of Aldermen is approved by the en en- entire entire tire board The Th bill makes it an offense to toI t cross the th street counter cowHer to the regu regu- regulated regula kited la rd traffic movement 1110 of a a. traffic policeman pO or an automatic a ic signal sign l. l The ili passage pa sage ge ef f the bill seems as as- as

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I Radio Programs PrOgrams PrOgrams' 11 Among ArnonE Tonight's Best st Programs 7 1 1 School Daze CBS to and 7 7 Edison Hour NBC to Michelin Men NBC to and 7 1 lactic Hour NBC to 8 One In Thre One In Theater NBC to and 8 E Hour HOUf NBC to and 9 Clicquot Club Eskimos NBC to and 9 Sixteen Singers NBC to W and LW 10 Royal Canadians CBS to Smith to Speak Tomorrow Night 1 Alfred E. E Smith defeated Demo Demo- Democratic Democratic cratic presidential candidate and for for- former former mer mtr governor of New York will wUl to tomorrow to- to tomorrow tomorrow morrow night make his first public address since the tiie expiration of his gubernatorial ternI term The program which will be broad broad- cast by the National Broadcasting Company and associated stations at 7 30 Columbia time will be sponsored by the Democratic Na Na- National National Committee While Mr Smiths Smith's topic has never cr been announced it itis itis itis is said that it will be one of inter inter- interest est eat...

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L. R. Bagby is New Press Head [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I l o L. L R R. BAGBY IS NEW PRESS HEAD Northwest Missouri Asso Assa- Association I Elects Craig Leader Publisher L. L R. R Bagby publisher of the Crair 1 Leader was elected president of the Northwest Missouri r Press Association A I at its thirty ninth annual held at the Hotel Hot l Robidoux in St. St I Joseph Jeseph Friday and Saturday Low Louia Lo I Bowman of the County Tri News I King City the retiring president pre pre- pret t sided I Other officers besides sid Mr Bagby who were elected were First vice vice- I president Joseph Shoop Snoop Albany Cap- Cap CapI Capital lital I ital second vice presIdent Paul Whalen Excelsior Springs Standard I secretary Mr Mit r Marshall E. E F. F Ford Maryville and treasurer B. B J. J J Bless i i Weston Chronicle I lOne One of the features of or the conven conven- convention j tion Con was to have been free airplane j rides given visiting newspaper dele dele- delegates gates I but only a few f w air trips were j made The delegates were taken tak...

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Pla House Work Progressing [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I PLA PLA HOUSE WORK ORK PROGRESSING I j I Construction Is Ahead of Schedule j I Says Contractor Contra tor I Work Vork on the the new Pla PIa House Recreation building being erected tt a j Eighth and Locust streets is several s ver 1 days ahead of schedule according U to i C. C M. M the contractor Four thousand feet of roofing is i ready for covering coring co ring and the pouring j I of concrete for the heating plant p will will be finished today All of the steel to b be used in the construction 1 I of th the building has arrived and nd the j stone soone to be used u d at the use front of oT the tha building is expected the latter part i of the week j I The building is to be completed j by Feb 16 unless come ome delay is ex- ex I

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

I Small but effective Missourian l hc Missourian Want Ads Phone 55 You dont don't have to walk the streets street locking for a job job job- Use job Use tc Missourian Want Ads J Y t R The Columbia Missourian Offers A Guide To T 0 Correct Speech and Writing W Which is correct I acquired a habit or I contracted a habit They both look alike or They look alike E They fou fought tt with one another or They fought among one another t g The reason eason l is obvious ious or The reason is apparent 1 This is an actual fact f lct or This is a fact J E I am an stopping ng with ith friends or I am staying with friends f l' l i e 11 d s st t The expressions above are used every day those you believe correct and then send for the Word WordBook yr WordBook ord Book and nd see how hl l accurate your our knowledge kno of words is This booklet deals de with words we ve mispronounce m Of k words we C misspell and words we ve misuse It is a concise conci e guide to correct speech and writing and should...

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

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 15 1929 PACK mm

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Today's Market Reports By T United Pr STANDARD OIL UP AFTER WILD DAY DAYford DAYFord ford Motor of Canada Also Takes Big Rise of NEW KEW YORK Jan 15 UP WIld Wild in standard Oil of Indiana bu seeking control in the b interests by between John D. D Rockefeller V Jr and Col Robert W. W Stewart to- to sent the issue soaring to near the mark from its previous close of Action of this stock and a rise of a share in Ford Motor of Can Can- CanIda Ida gave the thC curb market the lead over the stock exchange In point of ot spectacular performers today Local Markets Market prices paid by local mer mer- merchants chants today for poultry and eggs are as follows Eggs 30 hens Leghorn hens springs geese ducks and roosters 10 4 Chicago Grain Futures open High f Low l Close March 1184 May 1221 July corn I I 95 May 99 99 ts I I I I March 49 49 49 May 4 so I July 1 58 48 Rye I I March 1044 May July 1054 1054 1054 1054 St. St Louis Cash Grain Wheat in good demand steady to tol l c higher No 3 red No 1...

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At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

At the theA Theaters I Hall HallA H A mother and her four sons their sons their ambitions the war their death and peace peace peace-is is in brief the story of Four Sons now playing at the Hall In Inthe Inthe the cast Margaret Mann is the mother James Hall Francis X Bushman Jr Charles Morton and George Meeker are the sons Others in the cast are June Collyer Wen Wen- Wendell Wendell dell Franklin Earle Foxe and Ruth Mix One son leaves his native land for America where he Joins the ranks of his American brothers to fight against his own fatherland during the World War He is the only boy who survives the war Varsity William Boyd and Allan Hale the j two sheiks of Skyscraper are the I two Romeos in Power at the Var Var- sity alty Disputes Disputes- over the fair sex leads to a division of the town with main street as the dividing line Boyd gets exclusive rights fights to court the women on one side and Hale on the other A little trespassing occurs however a derby hat left on ona ona a l...

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Book Challenges Italia Survivor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

BOOK BOOK CHALLENGES I j ITALIA SURVIVOR Story by French Author 1 i Charges With Cruelty NEW YORK Jan 15 UP A A word picture of two men of the Italia expedition on an ice cake one cake one Capt Filippi warm warm- warmly warmly ly clad in three suits and the other Capt Alfred Mariano naked hall and helpless waiting to die and be eaten Was eaten was painted in a book The Krassin written by Maurice Pan Pari- I janine a French journalist the i I translation of which was published in this country yesterday by the j i Macaulay Company i iThe The book takes its title from the J Soviet ice breaker that went to the rescue of the crew of the Italian di dirigible di- di Italia which crashed while on a flight to the North Pole Mariano and Finn Maim Malm- gren Swedish scientist set out to find aid after the airship commanded by Gen Umberto Nobile met j ter Malmgren according to state state- statements statements ments of after his rescue had hada a grave hacked out of the ice handed his food nd ...

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Kiwanians Hear Dr. Pammel Talk [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

HEAR DR TALK Iowa State College Pro Pro- Professor Professor fessor Speaks on Recreation Dr L. L H. H chairman of the department of botany of Iowa State Stae College spoke on Recreation at atthe atthe the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Kissanis Club winch which was held at noon at the Tiger Hotel Ur Dr is in Columbia primarily manly marily to lecture before time the group of graduate veterinarians in session this week Tonight he will give an illustrated lecture on Poisonous Plants of Missouri Misouri at a class meet meet- meeting log ing to be held in iii Room West Agriculture Building Besides being a lecturer Dr Pans Pam mel mcl is the author of Manual of Poisonous Plants Wheat Flora of j Iowa and Grasses of Iowa He lIe also edits a column on Poisonous j I Plants in imi the magazine Veterinary Medicine He received a degree of doctor of philosophy at Washington sty sity St. St Loius where he lie was for for- formerly formerly merly connected with the Shaw j I School of Botany He lie ...

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John Winingar Robbed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I j i JOHN ROBBED Four Suspects in Hold Vp p Hold Held in Jail John a farmer living near here was held up UI on the street last Saturday and robbed ol of about 11 tOll told the tIm police that while he was alm time the street lour negroes attacked him He was semis beai- beai en and choked huo y The 1 le lefour four robbed limits him nd ci L it hums him on the sidewalk near Sam Saimi O 0 Neals Neal's pool hall The T u ed 1 no of any an kind to to commit I the but ht simply overpower 0 i d thc thc-ir by b weight eight t ci i. i V teI that lie hi Lad had just caei rt t leads Dad en and v V aloa Val Vai- Vall l nut Street when utica the attack occurred i Ke iia send said that tin taj or included three men amen and ed one woman j Four Foul have be 1 been arrested i and were by They are being Id he-Id in ms the county count jail by order ord of Prosecuting ing Attorney Franklin Ramzan p nd- nd ing i Jw c John S. S ui a charge ci c is- is isI I ad robbery robbery-

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Tax Collections Higher [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I 1 j i i J TAX TX TIO S SI December Total Was f Vl rp re 7 11 1 i i The total collect ions for tb month lot 01 I were ac- ac cording to rc Cr Lanham city col col- collector i lector ector which i a i e n increase rf ef over December 1027 1927 in which v wt collected The sources of revenue hr the month were as follows bib's Current tax merchants merchants' ad valorem tax tax back tax pen gen general leral eral license m do dat tax t. t x 5 J i. i I cia lic J lee ti on l' l and j personal property 31 15 and inter inter- interest est est on land and personal property The total dl for the month was m The funds were distributed as General Genral maintenance city revenue sewer tax and library fund

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Oklahoma's Governor on Trial [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Oklahoma's Governor on k i C vi 4 On the r e of f tin the Oklahoma leg leg- 5 a 5 i launching of nt proceedings proceeding to II investigate Gov ov II 11 S. S Johnston to possible impeachment the tue governor Is pictured above ad ad- addressing 4 dressing P sing the ii t antagonistic Ic House of tm Representatives Ills His opponents say siy he will ll be impeached within thirty d x At the i. i i Sir Mrs O. O O. O confidential secretary to Governor Johnston and alleged to be hr a power gower in Oklahoma politics

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Typhoid Caused Death of Boys [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

TYPHOID CAUSED DEATH I OF BOYS i Fever in Rare Form Took Lives of K C. C Youths Says Coroner KANSAS CITY Jan 1 15 UR UR Tho i t s ol em tu o brothers s U bin t. t curs were ere caused by b 1 I VT i in a rare arc Dr M. M 1 Hull liall deputy dt reported j An autopsy vas vis jn late 1 y 1 over cs a tin bodies 01 oi the boys 4 p ad Fay Imy i i i Albert G. G Thc y had been j i far lur a few days but had not ot-en ot ill enough to stains alarm or to toi toITO i ITO o to 15 ac Both ha li cl cf died cud cud- yr sc A 1 call to the hoe hos- jl nt at noi stated tat tati inc a of the t ie beys bc s vas sas in When the ambulance arrived balls bus boys sire dead ded

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To Build Pumping Station [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

TO BUILD riM STATION i Texas Pipe Ipe no I.-no Site j at Thomp jn fl I Property r-n r to build a apa aSIn pa SIn in has inca rn d di dat i at Thompson by the Texas Ppe Line is a i vav cf cf Boone County s j df of and County A inch twelve line is being laid iid which starts in tho I ho fields of Oklahoma ansi and will s 11 bo be laid id as the tho veat her permit The line hiss i will Sill enter Boone flo rr two miles south b cf ci I tint crossing ross mug t lie Mis- Mis C 11 Ri r 1 li It V. V 11 cu under 3 about oUt two tulles milos south south- I east rl c I Cut and vil s m go o directly j to lere il it will cross the tiie River to the refinery at Joliet Iii rh seas e ens moved from fromI Columbia to Mexico Mo ela I

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U. H. S. Students to Hear Raynor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

U If H. S. S iS Students to Raynor Mai Hull no c ii instructor at St- St s will ill talk before th u ti students cf tin University j School al at an aim in time the school auditorium Thursday morning at 10 elect 0 on on his lus in iii tl time e Vest est Ti TIme cr i lm 11 j ci is in charge of ci ibm program

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Hoover Seems to Enjoy Work Thrust on Him [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

HOOVER SEEMS TO ENJOY WORK THRUST ON HIM Long Waiting Line De- De Delays lays Departure for Florida CONFERENCES NEAR END Attention to Be Turned to State Leaders in Campaign WASHINGTON Jima Jun 15 13 UP P mt ehe still it Ii i a aI I Ions 14 lie line of people today today v with the I lic i end not mat in iii sight j He lie cam caimi re hr-re to stay a week or ori j i ten S Ho Hi has been here ten days today it will be nearly two works l ii v ItiC time tAint he leaves for Flonda rhe dati dat cf a departure for Miami now bring being set at Friday or i Saturday 1105 er returned to Washington to rounder matters such as his cabinet j and policies only emily to I tm find that while j these I hes a iv it important nt alit matters mima I era to him there I other matters far more important ant to other oi her people such as asI I who will be patronage boss in cur crr- i tain suites slates who will get tins this or that j tinner federal post i Hoover hooter Thrives on Work I He lie did not int...

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Gets 'Spirit' Message [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Gets Spirit 4 s r Mrs Irs r 11 t I l a d iti I above Widow of C I lite I mt Hurry harry houdini stage has ha accepted ax as genuine Inc ine a moa r to her from her deul husband through Rev Arthur Fort Fori pastor of the First at New York Her she nays to send her a spirit message if possible

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