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K. C. Negro Killed Onder Trolley [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

K C. Negro Killed Under Trolley KANSAS CITY Kan Jan 2 Ui U. U p. p The The storm of the winter had clai claim fe its Us first victim today as asI I the result j f a coasting accident I Sylvester Lennar a negro 21 21 was wasi wa s j i killed k day yest day when his sled sped i i under a street car Clarence Cook 10 riding fn tn ri the back of the sled I. I rolled front froni it before it went under i the street ir tr r. r

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Is 16 below in Canada [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Is 16 Below in Canada j I CHICAG CHICAGO Jan 2 U. U U P. P The PJ-The The j i mercury vered ered near nea r the zero j I mark in in t of the Middle West We t 1 i today with withof wi t h om oni three t to six inches inches' of snow bIn bla eting the territory and little relief sight A cold sweeping in from Alaska and Canada hit the Mississippi Valley V yesterday driving the theand mercury d dIon do and an powdering pO snow Ion on New Ye Yi celebrators j I Kansas Cl Ci reported three inches J I of snow and inches farther south extending t ie e a Oklahoma border Sections of ra a and Nebraska N br ka re- re rero ret reI t I ported from front ro o to three inches of i snow a 8 nd t in some someI cases below be low I Havre Mo Mon j shivered in a 4 be- be bethe beI betow I tow low tempera i the coldest report- report fn 1 p 41 The ranged ran Red around 10 below in Cania Can a Winnipeg report port reporting reporting reporting ing that figu with prospects of moderation ted tad Weather for ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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550 Automatic Dials Received [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

550 AUTOMATIC DIALS RECEIVED iTo To Be Attached to Phones With Base Complete I Sets Ses Needed Five hundred and fifty automatic I dials were recieved by the Columbia Telephone Company today E.F. I Carter manager the the company explained I that these would not be Installed for about two months The dials which haves have been received in this shipment shipment to be attached to the phones which are built with a base for the dial Carter said that 4000 more complete phone sets with dials attached would have to ordered since only 550 are of type to which a dial may be attached

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Mrs. R. L. Lockridge Aunt Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Mrs R L Lockridge's Aunt Dies Mrs R L. Lockridge 1409 Hinkson Avenue received ved ord ord Monday of the death of an aunt Mrs Lou Richey who was l' l ng with a sister si ter terI in iii Paris Mo 10 at the t hp time of her heri I i death Mrs. Lockridge was plan- plan j nine nini to 0 l lave lna ave tc to attend the I funeral r which v. is 11 to bt bE held to- to taI tomorrow I

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Gives Each Employe Month's Pay [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Gives each Emplyee Month's Pay The board of directors of the Columbia Insurance Rental Agency has voted a month's salary as a bonus to each employee

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

The Weather For Columbia and vicinity In Increasing In In- Increasing creasing cloudiness tonight and un unsettled un- un unsettled settled d Thursday probably with filth snow mow flurries rising temperature lowest tonight about 18 above I For Missouri I Increasing claudi cloudless cloudiness I D ness ess S tonight followed by unsettled Thursday possibly with snow north and nd east central e portions rising i temperature ure tonight and east and south Thursday I Shippers forecast for t Within a radius of miles mn s of Columbia the lowest I I temperatures are expected to be about as follows North 18 18 East 18 South 20 West W t 22 Weather r conditions The cold wave ve has overspread practically all of the country reaching into Florida this morning Zero cold is as far tar south as Missouri and the freezing line runs south GOuth to San Antonio Tex and beyond Atlanta Ga Os The wow snow has extended well we 11 into the southeast states Prom From Missouri north and west the backbone is br...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Native of Boone Co. Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

NATIVE OF BOONE CO DIES Virgil Watson Survived by Wife and Four Daughters Virgil Watson 53 died cued unexpectedly edly at midnight last night at mi his home on West Ash Street Mr Watson was born in Boone County June 22 1875 and has lived ved 11 on a farm northwest of Columbia most of his life Ufe Mr Watson is survived by his wife wile and four daughters Mrs Irvin Rowland Clinton Ia Ta Mrs Edward Allen and Misses Lillian and Velma Watson of ot Columbia No funeral arrangements had been made today A post mortem held at Parker Un Un- Undertaking UnI Undertaking parlors by Carter Owen I coroner revealed that Watson died I of a heart attack Watson was em em- employed I played by b the University on the College of Agriculture farm here

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New Newspaper in Springfield [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

NEW NEWSPAPER IN SPRINGFIELD H S. S Jewell Will Enter Field There Again on Mar 1 SPRINGFIELD Mo Jan 2 A new afternoon newspaper which I f will issue its first edition on March 11 i. i will ill be bt published by H S. Jewell former Springfield newspaper nc paper man naan it was today by Jewell Jewel The United Press news service has haa been obtained to furnish the new n w I paper with news Equipment is now being installed Fur F i. i the last thirty years Jewell has been identified with newspaper I publishing here In 1898 he acquired the Springfield Leader and disposed lof of the paper only eighteen months I ago He developed the Leader from fromI froma I a page four-page newspaper to one of the outstanding journalistic successes of ol the Southwest A tribute unique in newspaper pub pub- publishing publishing 1 lishing li hing was paid Jewell when a pe pe- petition peI pe- pe petition titian signed by more than of t Ithe I I the city's ci ty s business and civic ci vie leaders 1 accom...

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Students Return to Town Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

STUDENTS STUDENTS-i STUDENTS RETURN TURN TO TOWN TODAY Vacation Ends Ends Classes Classes Start Tomorrow at 8 O'clock University students are now com corn coming corning ing back to town for the opening of classes at 8 a. a m. m tomorrow after having had a vacation which lasted from Dec 10 10 until l this time This Thi year they had an unusually long vacation because beca of the closing o othe of the University early in order to check ck the influenza epidemic Business houses which depended d much upon the trade of ot the stu stu- students students students dents and which closed during th the holidays are now reopening r In prep prep- 1 i ration for a a. normal return of ot bust busi bu d- d ness nese Streets Street which have ha had a de de- deserted de- de deserted aspect for lor the last three thre-e weeks ar are aie now beginning to take on something of their usual bustle Friends are ar Cheerily calling to on one another and tiey bob in and out o otheir of their favorite haunts...

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Public Schools Open Here Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN HERE TODAY Attendance Is Normal - Few Absences Due to Illness Classes in an a of the public schools of or Columbia were verp resumed this morning with the th opening re-opening reopen ng of the schools after the Christmas hol bob Attendance resumed its nor nor- normal normal Douglas negro school normel mel mal mal figure according to advice from the office of the city auperin- auperin superintendent of schools and there are only a few absences due to sickness During the vacation period a complete installation of new n w ther ther- thermostat thermostat mo tnt heat regulators for all rooms were installed at the Douglas negro school chool to insure a more satisfactory heating system ys m. m The rh University erf elementary and andi i high school will wi J re open tomorrow tomorrow with the beginning of classes at the University

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Rep. Parker Elected as New Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

REP PARKER ELECTED AS NEW SPEAKER Gains Office as Duensing Withdraws From G. O. P. Race HELD POSITION IN 1925 Both Parties Go to Caucuses Before Convening in Assembly JEFFERSON CITY Jan 2 UP Representative Jones H. Parker o oSt of St St. Louis today was selected Speaker of the House defeating Representative tive Uvo Frank Meyer of Gasconade County ty The vote was Parker 55 5 5 Meyer 45 Representative John W. Campbell of or Cedar County was as selected for br speaker pro tern tem Representative William P. Elmer of Dent County acted as chairman of the Republican caucus while Mrs Ruby McReynolds of Knox County the only woman member of the House Rouse served as secretary Then seven forty-seven Democratic mem mem- members members bers of the House selected Representative Representative Eugene Nelson of Marion County as minority floor leader Representative D. L. Bales Shannon County was proposed as the Democratic nominee for speaker Representative Earl Roberts of Crawford Crawford ford to...

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Chicago Couple in Accident [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

CHICAGO COUPLE IN ACCIDENT Car Skids Skills From Irom Road Near Boonville Pavement Pa Slippery Slipper Mr and Mrs M V Baker Chicago cago caro driving a 1928 Essex coupe COUe narrowly narrow escaped severe injuries when their car skidded from the icy pave pave- pavement pa Vt meat ment and arid landed in a field forty feet from the pavement on Highway 40 about d three miles mUes east of The Th car caras was as turned completely around and andIas was lying on its Us side car about ten miles west of Boonville had skidded to a pas pas- pasture pasture pasture ture about forty lorty feet below the highway The pavements are art slick and un tU unless less chains are used d. d driving is dangerous

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Wilbur Mcbaine Gives Bond [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

WILBUR McBAINE GIVES GI BOND His Hii Arrest Arnst M Made Mad dr on Charges of Assault aul Wilbur McBaine l who has hag been in the county Jail Jai since Dec 25 was as released today upon a a. bond following the filing of charges o f I common assault by the state McBaine McBane was arrested arrest d early Christmas morning following the th cutting of Herbert Roberts and Floyd Roberts brothers at n t. t a par par- party party party ty at the home of Jesse Elders West Ash Avenue A venue The case will he be brought up at the next session of O. O f the Circuit Court I which meets me-ets next Monday

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Myron T. Herrick Dangerously Ill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

MYRON T. HERRICK DANGEROUSLY ILL Ambassador Ambas ador to France FranceIs Is i Suffering From Bronchitis CLEVELAND 0 O. Jan 2 today were WE're fighting to p J t i. i It S 5 4 1 Myron T Herrick save the life of Myron T. T Herrick Berrick ck 74 7 U Ulo S. S ambassador of France Prance who wt I is suffering from bronchitis Call for tor oxygen tanks was rushed ted to Emergency Clinic Hospital eart earb l today from front the Herring Hunting Valley Valley ley icy estate here by Dr John Philips ps who was at the ambassador ambassadors s bed bed- side The call revealed that tha t Herrick I has I been ill for two weeks His condi condi- condition Uon tion was not regarded as critical un un- until unI un- un I ill til midnight Tuesday when he suf rot suffered sufI rotI I a severe attack of suffocation A leader in everything e he has ha un un- un I n. n Myron T. Herrick started as an Ohio lawyer and business man mai maiI I became becam a member m of at the city cit coun- coun i cil cU of o Cle...

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Wilhite Rites at Cemetery [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

WILHITE RITES AT CEMETERY Funeral Will Br Be Tomorrow After r Afternoon noon Instead of Friday I The Th funeral for E. E S. S Wilhite of I Columbia Columb who died in Los Angelet Dec 28 of ot meningitis will be IX held at the Columbia Columb a Cemetery tomorrow IDec afternoon immediately after the ar arrival ar- ar arrival rival of or the Wabash abash train at p. p p m. m The Rev S S. S. S Keith will I preach the services It had formerly forme been cn intended to toI hold the services s rv at nt the Baptist I Church but the law prohibit p fu funerals fu- fu fuI I u I being be ng held In public places pla s sI for people who have hate died of con con- contagious contagious contagious I diseases Mr Wilhite the son of Moses and andi i Caroline Wilhite was v as born in Boone County April 21 21 1871 He lived in inI n I I Boone County nil n of or bis ls J life and andI d was married to to Bessie Akeman Dec I 24 1890 1 He is survived d by three children I 1 Oscar and Mrs Mabel Baldwin Co C...

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Theater Changes Policy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

THEATER CHANGES POLICY Sound Pictures Will Be Shown at Missouri Three Days Each Week ek The Th management of the th Missouri I Theater Thea ter has announced 8 that tha t sound I pictures will ill be run the first three days of each week beginning next Monday With the th sound bOund pictures will wIn be three acts act of vaudeville I On the last three days of each week five vaudeville acts will still sup sup- supplement I the s picture according t ItO to the new policy y

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H. O. Severance Back from Chicago [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

H. O. Severance Back From Chicago j I Henry O Severance University I librarian returned turned r from Chicago Monday morning where whre hr he attended a meeting cf f the Council of tie ti I American Library Association at the he Drake hotel l. l

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Utah, Bearing Hoove, to be Home Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

UTAH BEARING HOOVER TO BE HOME SUNDAY Battleship to Anchor at Hampton Roads at 8 A. A M. M PRESIDENT ELECT PRESIDENT ELECT RESTS I I Will Leave for Capital to Prepare for Office Duties ABOARD U S.S. S UTAH EN f ROUTE TO HAMPTON ROADS Jan 2 UP The The Utah was ap approximately ap- ap approximately proximately 1200 miles from Hamp Ramp Hampton Hampton Rampton ton Roads at 8 a a. a m. m today bearing President-elect President Herbert Hoover to to- toward toward ward liard a round of duties Incident to his Inauguration next March On the present nt schedule the bat bat- battleship battleship should anchor at Hampton Roads between 8 and 10 a. a a m. m Sun Sun- Sunday day when Mr and Mrs Hoover wit wilt I go to their ther home in Washington to begin preparation for their occupancy cy y of the White House Most of ot Mr Hoovers Hoover's time until larch March 4 will wIn be taken up with or- or orani organizing organizing ani zing a government to assume office with him and settle th the hun h...

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Twelve Sworn into Office Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

TWELVE SWORN INTO OFFICE HERE County and State Men Elected Nov 6 Take Oath Twelve elective officers of the county and state who were chosen for office at the Nov 6 election took I the oath of office yesterday morn morn- lug ing at the offices of the county clerk and the circuit clerk All officers I with the exception of or Judge H. A. Collier of the Circuit Court were sworn into office by Anna Beazley deputy county clerk acting in the absence of Thad B. Hickman who wha was waa not able to be present because of sickness Judge H. A. Collier whose oath oat I was administered by the Circuit Clerk approved the appointments appointment by b r Sheriff Clyde Ballew of Charles C. Whitworth and J. H. Boothe for he heP deputy sheriffs yesterday y and they the P were also sworn into office by the Circuit Clerk The appointments of 3 J. W. Hafey and S. P Maddox Mad ox as deputy sheriffs I for Callaway County were Wf re approved approve I by Judge Collier this morning The i appointments were made ...

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Roy Creed in Accident [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

ROY CREED IN ACCIDENT Former Sheriff Goes off Hinkson Creek Bridge BrIdIe I Roy Creed former sheriff escaped ft- ft ed with minor bruises when hen the t I car in which he was wu driving went joff off the Hinkson Creek Bridge Mon Monday Monday day night t The sharp tharp turn at the approach I of of the bridge and snow on an the wind wind- windshield shield caused the accident The ex cx extent tent t nt of the damage of the car has hae I 5 not been ascertained Creed was wu brought into town by a pasting passing

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