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Hoover Homeward Bound [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Hoover Homeward Bound The Evening Star Washington D C. CBrazils magnificent reception of Herbert Hoover supplies plies a fitting climax to the epochal adventure upon which he embarked seven weeks ago The President Pre el elect ct surfeited with honors honor sailed away way a from Rio de Janeiro recently and Christmas Eve found him house home ward-bound ward aboard the Utah There Thre is not the slight alight slightest ht- ht est doubt that the United d States' States relations with Latin America emerge strengthened as the result of Mr Hoovers Hoover's unofficial invasion of the Southern Hemisphere The president of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies in a public address delivered in the distinguished strangers stranger's presence pre nc eulogized the United States as the supreme me inspirer r of peace and fraternity among amon the nations There is Latin temperament in that panegyric though perhaps the the- Kellogg ant war anti war i-war impact does not entirely deprive e America of ot ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Whoa. Pegasus ! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Whoa Pegasus Watches Harps and Horseradish Kings Kin It happened d the other day I The meek little man was walking t down the street st going about his 1 business much as any respectable j should Then all of a sud sud- i den he h gave a Vp a start and began b gan to run Then he slowed slow d down to a ai i walk He Ht stopped short hort He Hf began b gan to whistle tre and sat at down clown on a door- door step tep When he h got up he strolled I along and deliberately Then he tic apparently ya say J. J tV v something or somebody somebody that made him break into a trot Suddenly he stopped and walked walkr-d up tip to a man who was standing on Ithe the corner watching him Say buddy truddy he said Im on my way to catch Cl a a. tram train I left my Iny I watch at home horn and I have been cn i forced to depend on the clocks Ive I've seen sen in store tore windows Would you ou mind telling me the right time

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Our idea idra of r a conceited man is one who ho takes harp lessons

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

The other r night ni ht we W thought we were Jn za n just the mood to enjoy a good mystery my tery story and so we went w nt to I to the Public Library with every j in-j in- in intention tc of taking out a volume or so o j But everything along alon that line was in circulation ion everything everything that is 15 save sa a few thrillers the plots of which we e e had already unraveled i I I even unto the last la t hair raising chapters j I I Were We're going goin to write a mystery i story ourselves our s some day See U it we Wa i dont dontI t I When it opens the body of Frank- Frank FrankI Frankfort J Frankfort millionaire n ll and horseradish king is going to be ly lying ly- ly lying I ing on the stained blood-stained floor of his i I library He has just been stabbed with I with a three pronged handled ebony-handled I table fork inlaid with silver r. r The i I fork is not there but the th three holes are ar I Now the peculiar thing thin about this th I I fork is this t There are on...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

I Right here h re rt it occurs to us what a aI strange stranK construction the last few w I words ol oi this hiS t last sentence possess po Cess Still Sf ill no one seems to object to it in inthe Inthe inthe the least leat Always ate her peas with her knife What a funny time timeto I to eat a knife even ven if one insists on eating them at all But to con con- continue conI I tinsie after afier a nice 3m dash with the I forks

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

One fork belongs b gs- gs to Martin J. Martin the avowed vowed a enemy of the dead j I Bm Ent that hat t one is dia- dia discovered l covered lying in in its it 1 t.-i t. accustomed place with six IX months months' dust on it Police Pollee discover er that t 1 one of at the theother th theother other two has recently been ben melted d dup up by its t owner to make a pocket pocket- flask and they think t the remaining I one is ts safe in its case in a famous museum Imagine their chagrin I when they find f nd it is missing ml cing And then one dark clark stormy night I the old butler in the Frankfort J. Frankfort home awakes a awakes in the mid mid- middle middIe dIe dle of the night with forebodings bodings of some sense impending danger Some strange sense tells him though he can see t-ee no one that somebody is in inthe inthe inthe the room And then th n. n slowly and from a point near the yawning awning pit of blackness that is the door iCon iCon- Con Con- Continued Continued on Pa...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Takes Religious Census [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

TAKES RELIGIOUS CENSUS Statistician at U. of Wisconsin Finds 34 Faiths Represented Thirty four religious faiths are represented d by University of Wis Wis- Wisconsin consist indents tt according to a vol voluntary vOl-I vOl vol- vol voluntary census of or religious beliefs compiled by Miss A.B. Kirch uni Un- university er statistician Of those expressing their 1042 named the Roman Catholic Church 1018 Lutheran Meth Meth- Methodist odist Congregational Pres Pre Presbyterian 53 Jewish 41 Episcopal Episcopal- Episcopalian ian Baptist and Christian Science These nine represent represent represent sent 93 percent of the total an an- sers

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Talk of the Town Sale Sale Vacuum Clothes Washers Laughlin Hardware Co adv dv Talk of or the Town Sale Sale It 14 galvanized gal gal- buckets Laughlin Hard Hard- Hardware Hardware ware Co adv 1 Talk of the Town Sale Sale large large size sin white enamel con con Laugh Laugh- Un lin Hardware Co adv Talk of the th Town Sale Sale Bale All w ite enamel Oas Gas Range greatly reduced See window Laughlin Hardware Co adv 4 Talk of the Town n Sale Sale Sale-lO-qt 10 If I white enamel bucket and 14 dish dishpan at I pan Laughlin Hardware Co I j adv edY I L u u lI JaM I mn nII lII l. I Mv n Inn nm nm T. T a. i I iI The Columbia Missourian Offers a Booklet On One Thousand Useful Books There is no more important problem for the parents of growing growing- children than the supervision of their read I I ing ing- i But books for children are difficult to choose Child standards must be remembered and it is not easy for a aI I grown gro person to get a childs child's point of view The little ones sh...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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In Preparing for a Rainy Day, Man Opens Clouds of Trouble [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

I In Preparing for a Rainy Day Man Opens Opens' i j Clouds of Trouble j i PARIS PARtS If UP If you ou want to meet trouble in its a hurry h ask M Houplin with an address in Rue Jean-Bart Paris if he wants to buy buyan buyan an umbrella The other ther day Houplin went to toan an auction aurion sale alf at the Hotel Drouot with the intention ot o 0 0 preparing nr for fora a rainy day y The ve se veTy s thing he hewa was wa seeking s ekin was put up us for sale sale sale- salea a substantial look ng n umbrella which WhICh Houplin secured for sixteen francs which is 1 little more than a R dollar 1 I Parcel it up UI the buyer told the th clerk What d' d you yo mean mean it it re-j re re- re reI responded I the clerk Ill parcel them up Houplin It seems had bought not one one umbrella but two ninety and ani the th auctioneer insisted in isted he take de delivery de- de delivery livery or else have hac ha c storage room charged I With melancholy eves es the sad sadI possessor poss sor of tw...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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New Marble Plant Started [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

NEW MARBLE PLANT STARTED Carthage Firm to Supply Pulverized Building Material CARTHAGE Mo to Jan 2 4 UPI UP Carthage marble will soon be he ex extensively ex- ex exI wed used in the manufacture I of pulverized marble into cast ca t and carved pieces for building purposes e The Nucarth Stone Company has been formed form d and has leased marble properties lS l'S northwest nort hwe t of here Machinery Mahin ry has been installed install d and operation will ill start immediately for forthe forI forthe I the manufacture of the material The first shipment will be made next week k for a school chool building in Junc Junc- Junction Junction City Kan The cast material Is made by pul pul- pulverizing pul- pul the marble and mixing it with a R cement adherent The marble serving as a substitute for regularly cut marble can be cast into forms approximately the size and shape de de- desired desired sired the same ame as quarried marble The Nucarth Company will bring brin g between n fifty and se...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Spend Sunday in Troy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Spend Sunday In Troy J M Wilson and daughters Lucy and Mary spent Sunday In Troy with wi th friends

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

humidity in the air spaces between I I j body and garment while the in individual tn- tn individual Ls is i. i inside heated buildings i These requirements are met far f a more satisfactorily by the modern j I women's dress than by that of men Inen menThe I The weight of a womans woman's cold old j weather stather r clothing is about tenth one-tenth of what the text books on hygiene ne I figured on 20 years ago said Dr Rawlings while that of men tarn has hasI j I remained d about the same Women I have ha abandoned abandon d heavy underments for the more sensible plan of protecting prot themselves against ex- ex i I to cold by wearing furs woo woo- woolen wooI I en Cn and coats coat that may mayI maybe be laid aside easily within doors I I I j Men len on the th other hand cling i j I to heavy y undergarments winch not noti i only cause an unfavorable differ differ- I I I ence in the amount of heat radiated j and the amount of perspiration but j II influence the functioning of the I i...

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Flying Becomes a Campus Craze [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

FLYING BECOMES A CAMPUS CRAZE Students Respond to Aeronautical Aeronautical Aeronautical Scholar Scholar- Scholarship Scholarship Scholarship ship Contest I Aviation laUon has caught the attention of the great American college stu stu- student stud dent d nt body to judge judite e from the re response rt- rt response received by the Alexander Aircraft Company concerning rn ng it its I 1929 aeronautical scholarship con con- contest contest Contest test among college undergraduates I Inquiries were received from students stu stu- dents dt of two sixty colleges in the first few days following announce announce- announcement announcement announcement ment nt of the contest and Indications are that several s thousand students will win bid for the new air air- airplane airplane airplane plane or the year four-year university scholarships in aeronautical engin engin- engineering erring ring and business s aeronautics which will be awarded a ard aard d the winner inner Lesser Les er prizes ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Million Spent on Missiouri Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

MILLION SPENT ON MISSOURI CAPITOL Decorating Building for Ten Years Proves Costly More than $1,000,000 was spent went by bythe bythe bythe the Missouri l Capitol Decoration Com Corn Commission mission ion from June 1918 to December Dec Decem Decem- December m- m ber 1928 according to the commis commis- commissions commission's sion's lons final r report port which has Just been made public by Dr John Pickard ard commission president and professor professor of classical archaeology and history of art at the University The decoration of the Capitol building is explained explain d in detail in the report a page volume bound in morocco and illustrated illustrate with interior and exterior photographs of the building and works of art inside of it a a to on its grounds I The Th expenditure totaling jis is itemized as follows I Expenses of 01 commissioners mural paintings portraits portrait of gov governors gov- gov governors photographs and other oth r paintings p furnish furnish- T J l m...

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Accuses Officials Daughter [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

ACCUSES OFFICIALS' Daughter Irate K.C. Woman oman Hints use of Axe on Liquor Joint KANSAS CITY Jan 2 UP j The Kansas City police force has another woman to deal with the one who originally wrote the letter r to Mrs. Maude Wilson exposing an alleged liquor joint owned and operated d by the married daughter of a police official She is Cecil Roberts Who wrote to mrs. wilson son after vainly calling personally on Lincoln Toyne chief of police I every day over a long period protesting against a certain place I Mrs. Roberts said Chief Toyne Toy told her that police officials could not DOt be I expected to have charge of their married children and that she sk must DU be mistaken n in her statements statement nta that ta tashe II she has seen drunken policemen thrown t n out of the alleged liquor Joint I According to Mrs Roberts after seeing that she would get no cooperation from the police department she wrote to Mrs Wilson voicing her complaints and suggesting a few well-aimed well blows ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Smuggling by Air Increases [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

SMUGGLING BY AIR INCREASES INCREASE France to Wage War on Contraband Planes With Fast Fleet I PARIS UP Convinced Con that smuggling of forbidden articles article into o i France is being carried on by means of airplane and increasing ing at a rate which cannot be coped with by the ordinary personnel of the airport customs cu toms offices the Finance Depart Department part part- ment has received a request that a fleet of contraband chasers be creat creat- created created ed by th air mir authorities The chaser planes would be au azz authorized au- au authorized to order by signals the he descent of or the incoming airplane at the nearest n landing field and aDd I 1 its contents closely clo ely inspected One ODe O estimate is that more than a hilliest billion francs worth of material brought into bato I I France in this manner pays no duty doty d gems from Holland and Belgium ium Bel I securities se from England and Oar Ger Germany many and works work of arts from the countries S of ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1929 PAOli nv I r News New-ln News In the Field of Sport I Additional Sport News Newn will mill be I found on Page Palf 7 rII II r Radio Programs I I If Thursdays Thursday's Five Ft e BeM Beit t Radio Feature f WJZ and Genia Zielinska network network 6 30 CST CST a soprano I and network 8 CST CST Milady's Miladys Musicians Musician and network network-I 30 CST CST CST- Maxwell hour and network CST 9 9 CST Bizet at a Seville Fete V WOR WABC and network network 8 ork 8 CST Sonora CST Sonora hour I Among Tonight's Best st Programs Pro 8 Smith Brothers NBC to W J Z Zand and 9 Kolster Hour CBS to and K 9 g Balkite Hour NBC to and Night Night Club Romances CBS to and K g Phil Phil Music NBC to Orchestra NBC to 10 Kem Kemps and WOW Program News New I Speaking on The Political Situa Situa- Situation Situation I tion lion in Washington Tonight means I that Frederic William Wile must keep informed on the very ry latest I developments development in ...

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New Rule on Fumble Makes the Ball Dead [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

NEW RULE ON FUMBLE MAKES THE BALL DEAD Association Decides on Change In Regulation at Meeting SESSIONS IN THE SOUTH Brewer Returns From Organization Meetings in New Orleans C L. Brewer director of athletics at the University returned from New N w Orleans Orl ans where wh re he h attended a series s ri s of meetings in iny I. I y interest of college athletics as of the Uni- Uni representative t l C of Missouri Han On Dec 27 Mr l Brewer Brt r attended the thirty-second thirty annual meeting of I Ithe the tI Society of Directors of Physical educatIon in Colleges On Dec 28 I Ithe the twenty-third twenty annual convention con I of the National Collegiate Athletic ti Association was in session The The I ninth annual meeting of the Amer- Amer Amerlean Amerlean j lean Student Health HeaH h Association and j the American Football Coaches Asso Asso- Association I elation dation gathered on Dec 29 for thelt i annual a ual sessions All An of these meet meet- meetings meet meet-j ings int were h...

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To Play Butler Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

TO PLAY BUTLER TOMORROW NIGHT Tigers Have Two Non Conference Games This Week Playing against the basketball five of the Butler College the University of Missouri Misouri Tigers will enter the second game of their 1929 schedule of eighteen games at Indianapolis tomorrow night Friday night the Tigers will meet the Indiana basketeers at Bloomington Although both of these games ames are aref f p non conference non conference tilts they will be of f great benefit to Coach Edwards in ln letting getting a line on his men to start I the Big Six race rac Jan 12 at Nebraska I The ThE- outcome of the play is lS being I watched particularly close on ac account Be- Be BeI account count of the defeat d feat of both Indiana I i and Kansas at the hands of Notre Dame Dan last week Just previous to the twin whipping that Notre Dame gave Kansas the Missouri Tigers had trimmed the jayhawks A double victory for the the- Bengals this week would boost boo t their stock considerable in the Big Six conferen...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Grippe and aad Flu Fill Relieved Believed keep a box boz of r e Cough Drop hand Handy take on one very ry bow and aDd then than Let Lt it dIe dia- slowly on en your yur tongue and breath the tho menthol deeply and aad slowly lowly Quickly soothes irritated air sir passages pa aid aidora I ao sor ora throats brots relive I II coughs cough Till Tall your friends frind to do the tha same sama Get Gat I Laden Luden today toda in the tha yellow package Ie everywhere 1 LUDENS LUDEN'S MENTHOL d dL L COUGH COUCH DROPS ORO 5 r rJ J to toi Fj i I I Talk of the Town Sale Sale Sale Sale-Br Bridge Prizes greatly reduced Laughlin I Hardware Co adv 4 I Talk of the Town Sale Three Sale Three Three- I burner Coleman Gas Air Air Gas 0 Stove was $58 One left 38 Laughlin Hardware Co adv I SAM SPEAKLY FURS 12 North 7th St. St Paying Highest RiChest Prices for FURS t ii il w s located Rooms Room Roo i The Th Hyde Park Hotel U I. I 10 at al A Broad Broadway from fromi 93 3 to 95 5 5 way way way-a 1 a deli...

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