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Swedes Tallest in Europe [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

SWEDES TALLEST IN EUROPE Average Stature Shows Continues Increase Since 1840 UPSALA Sweden UP The The Swedes are the tallest people In Europe today according to J.W. Hultcrantz, professor of anatomy at the University of Upsala This scientist I has also found that the average ave 1 1 up grown Swede today is 18 S 3 centi centimeters meters 1171 1170 I inches taller than hie hili father and 6 centimeters ra 2361 in in- ini chest chea taller than his grandfather I The professor has baa made maie thorough i investigations of ot the height of l Swedes of 20 and 21 years yeara during 1 the period lIWO 1914 and has baa discovered Ithe ered a continuous increase In their average av raae stature Thus at around r I the middle of the nineteenth cen CIn- CInI I i tury only one man in a hundred I reached a height of 180 centimeters 16 t 5 feet 11 inches while now ap ap- ap apI I 1 proximately every tenth man reaches hea I that measure The The Swedish scientist ascribes this increase in height to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Poincare Wishes to Reson [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

POINCARE WISHES TO RESGN Premier Pre r Says Sa His Work Done Dene bet bat batIs Is I. Persuaded to Remain maln PARIS Jan 2 a UP Premier Raymond Poincare told the cabinet at a special session Monday that he be considered his task tuk complete with I the passage by Parliament of the I budget and desired to hand his resignation to 10 to President Gaston Doumergue An official tac ed t by bythe b bythe the cabinet said the ministers h had convinced Po Poincare in care that he should retain power for the present

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Record Set for Perishable Traffie [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Record Set for Perishable Traffic The heaviest loading landing of perishable traffic ever ver experienced in the his his- history i J tory of ot the railroads throughout the fall season existed this una fall tall accord accordI t i ing to a review by the Car Service Division of the American Railway Association Record production ot of automobiles made the demand for automobile cars greater than ever eve before experienced

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

THE 0 THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1929 I n Talk of the t Town Sale 6-foot step stepladders stepladders stepladders ladders Laughlin Hardware Co ad adv u

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Today's Market Reports By United Press New York Clears 3 Billion in Checks Check I NEW YORK Jan 2 UP Checks Checks cleared by the New York Clearing House today today a aggregated r orated atro more snore than three billion for the first time in history The total came rame to 3,034,000,000 exceeding by b bS S the previous pre high established esta bh on Dec 1 1 last The cd rd clearings reflected ren record rord year Near and interest rest and dividend dl disbursement dL coincident with ith a period of heavy hea Y trading on both the tock stock f fand and nd curb market Chicago Livestock Lh tock Hogs market t. t opened steady later trade 10 i lower on 11 weights up to lbs Ib- heavier header weights tl ht steady to lOc lOe lower loer top on s 's hut r l tiers choice lb Ib weights medium to choice Ib- Ib 8 8 to toil o il 9 Ibs lbs 8 t 92 23 IGO lG IGn- HI lbs lbs Ibs Ib 83 V. V IO packing SO sov 75 82 i medium to choice 90 lb tb 7 s. s Jo Cattle calves calyes 2000 year year- yearlings y...

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

I Smoker U t. t J Awaiting Loved One t. t Jamesburg N. N J. J S. S December 2 1927 1921 V Jort 3 a a Ittin Edgeworth An a m dear of you An m a candles candle's burn in brightly i F An it says your love H i 13 true For Por the days dayi are long of J t An the nights I are longer still stin I An sometimes always I pick up this thie old quill quillAn quill quill- quillAn p. p An try to write some poetry i To tell teD you of my love A As poetry it aint much good But holy But holy days above- above Its It's Jest t the best beat I can an an so 80 You'll You'D find me when Im I'm through 5 lilt Jest a t a-t Edgeworth Edge orth An a dear of you j I Edgeworth Extra Estro High Grade Groch Smoking Tobacco J v t j I I i I i I I J I II I I S 4 BROS ROS Clean Sweep Shoe Sale Now Going Big BigAnd And offers a aV wonderful V opportunity to t buy Excellent Quality Footwear at Greatly Reduced Prices Women men and children will bp hc astonished to see the Smart Styled Shoes now no on Sale S le at and ...

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The Proposed New Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

The Proposed New Calendar George Eastman millionaire urr Kodak manufacturer of or Ro Rochester hf ter ap- ap appeared I ard before hron th tItI li foreign relations committee of the house or representatives to urge passage of a bill pa gf of or the bill proposing a 13 month 13 month calendar calr with fry every month uniform Eastman l-astman is here talking it over o with Representative e Stephen Porter r. r chairman of or the committee

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West and South Report Less 'Flu' [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

WEST AND SOUTH REPORT LESS FLU Cases Listed as asI Compared to I Last Week I W WASHINGTON V Jan 2 tV tU UP P.- P. Telegraphic T graphic reports to ti the e United t I States Public Health Serice Srn ice I today toda that the influenza epidemic densic has passed its 1 t. t peak in west west- westi i ern em and southern states west west-I Decreases in new cases for the I week ending Dec 29 were shown by byi i reports from twenty six states To To- Total Total ToV V tal cases listed in the official re reports re- re reports ports Orts were vure for that area com corn compared compard pared pard with a total of m ln the previous pre week k While encouraged by bv this drop in new cases health service sen ice officials warned that the epidemic had llad yet Set to reach its full effect in the eastern 0 r 1 seaboard states ata s. s Reports ports from New England seaboard states showed Mowed slight alight in increases tn- tn creases C while hUe other eastern states are yet to report Among sta...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Clark Girl Weds Centralian [Newspaper Article (weddings)] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Clark Girl Weds Centralian Marvin L. Milhollin of Centralia and Miss Bertie Ruth Powell Powell of Clark were ert married at the home hom of the Rev Mr. Seyfarth in Sturgeon Dec 22 The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Roy Milhollin of or Cen Cen- Centralia and the bride is the th daugh daugh- daughter ter of Mr and Mrs Joe Powell of Clark

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Representative Rollins to Capital [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 2 January 1929

Representative Rollins to Capital Sidney Rollins representative In the General Assembly from Boone County left for Jefferson City yesterday yesterday I afternoon a for the opening of the General Assembly today

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

j t tj T THE H COLUMBIA AM MISSOURIAN FIRST ENT I YEAR j IiA EIGHT PAGES j- j i COLUMBIA U MISSOURI THURSDAY JANUARY 3 1929 LAST i EDITION I NUMBER

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Eb TA Way of Our World I IA I IA A Baltimore newsboy started his hii hi year en on Jan 1 Georgia minister 80 years old A I married six hundred couples Indian blood bood A A wran an of Cherokee U died dd at the age of or years girl stunt flier hangs suspended suspend d the wing of oZ an airplane by one A record price of was wa recently r paid for a Newfoundland envelope ted j in 1858 About 45 P per r cent of the farms in inen en are equipped with hydro- hydro power The largest individual gift to char- char w last Jut year was as given by ot Whitney A Boston man ian fell six stories down elevator shaft and required no noal al attention In 1902 1102 London's travelers totaled In jn 1926 the number was a three three times tim s as great The e New York Central Railroad i it order for lo- lo t II M placed a to be delivered rl this year 10 1 Porto Rico lemon growers grO have ha ve I produced prod a lemon that is as large as asa I a 7 grapefruit and sweet as an or- or ng More than third one...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

r AND NO AND SOME HUMOR j jOld I Old Man I 1 never see a bIt blu h on ona ona ona a girls girl's face now In my day it was itry try different Flapper Oh granddad what DID you say to them

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

COMMENTS ON OS LIFE tIFE- IFE- IFE As of circles can never nr Hake flake a square so the united voice OICe If f myriads cannot lend the smallest foundation to fals Goldsmith smith College is not a safe place for a ayoung ayoung ayoung young man The only safe sale place for or young men or for old that I 1 know is the grave gra But college is a rood food place for men to grow Growth Growt h Implies danger since it means the possibility of growing worse as well 11 as 5 better Dr James B. B Pratt

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And some Verse [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

AND AND SOME VERSE ERst The Th Careless Gods GodsOn GodsOn GodsOn On what hat slight boughs the careless I gods have hung j In twilight gardens of I Their golden gold n fruit provoking pro every breeze breezer To ro snatch sn the he wealth eaIth so o delicately tel I swung g r How Bow reckless of their ventures have ha they flung I To some frail messenger a priceless I gage i Imperiling the futures future's heritage Of minstrelsy min ere yet et its harps were strung I I So 80 to a blind old man was given rn the tale Of Beauty thrusting like a flow flow- decked deck d spear Its Iii barbed enchantment through the j hearts of men So 80 I Valor's ardor to possess SESS the Grail i And the swift ruinous love of Guine r 4 vere v r Art Are Ar bounden to a scribbling clerics cleric's pen I Edith Richmond Blanchard

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Woman Killed in Auto Crash on Highway 40 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO CRASH ON HIGHWAY 40 Mrs Lizzie Lancaster 68 of Columbia Is I Victim CAR SWERVES IN SNOW Central College Faculty Man Unable to Avoid Accident Mrs Lizzie Evalena Street Lan Lan- Lancaster caster 68 Range Ran e Line Lint was in instantly in- in instantly instantly killed at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon when the car in which she was riding with her son T. T Edwin Ed in Lancaster Lanca ter was struck by another anether car on Highway Hi hway 40 near the Log Cabin Filling Station west of Columbia The Th other ot her car was driven driven by James T. T Eaton of cf the faculty of Central College g at Fay Fay- ette EUe He was accompanied by Miss Dawson Da w on M. M Acuff who is an of i the Taylor Music Company and was wa j driving one of the company's Dodge i trucks had gone to Boonville Boon on j business ines and his mother had gone with him lum to spend the day with a ason ason ason son E. E B. B Lancaster of Boonville Truck Skids kid in Snow The Th Lancaster car was...

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Police Court Convicts 35 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I j I I POLICE POLleE RT CONVICTS 35 December D Record Re ord Shows Sho's Collection Collection tion of in Fines Fh I Thirty five convictions con in police court in December resulted in the collection of in fines in costs and in the passing of five jail sentences I Nine of the thirty-five thirty were ere for disturbing the peace Except for one case ease where a jail jall sentence of fifteen days was given the fine was 1 and costs in each conviction Twelve men n were convicted of drunkenness charges charge Four of these were white men m n and eight were negroes Five Fi negroes were fined fin d for shoot shoot- shooting shooting ing tog craps Only three traffic law violators were brought before the court in the month Two were speeders and one was fined for driving driving ing in his car without displaying a city license There were three COIl ic convict convictions I t ions for the thC illegal al possession pos ess on of in- in intoxicating inI intoxicating I liquors and one each for p...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Lions Club Places Various Penalties on Trady Members [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I I I i Lions Club Places Various Var ous Penalties on Tardy Members The Lions Club has what it be be- believes bEI S Ji to be an effective 1 device for forthe forthe the encouragement of its it members' members I coming comin to meetings on time Tardy members have haC ha C to spin pin a wheel sheel of chance chanc which offers vari van various various ous penalties for their transgression of the clubs club's rule rul Here Herc are arc a few I of the penalties named on 00 the wheel i Providing for the next j I meeting payment nt of one of several I s which range rang in amount from it o n to f fO 50 0 cents telling a story tory and j j a song rong before the current I meeting

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I The Weather W ather I Foi Fo Columbia and vicinity Cloudy tonight and Friday some snow mow probably Friday continued rather cold temperature tonight about 20 above I For Missouri Mostly cloudy to tonight to- to tonight tonight night and Friday snow probable Friday northwest and central and andrain andrain andrain rain or snow south portion some some- somewhat somewhat somewhat what colder tonight north and east central portions Shippers forecast Within a radius of miles of Columbia the lowest t temperatures are expected to be beabout b beabout about as follows North 10 East 20 South 30 West 20 Weather r conditions conditions' There is i still sun much cold generally but it has mod mod- moderated moderated crated in the middle and anti lower Plains and the th lower parts of Mis Mis- Missouri and Mississippi Valleys East of the Mississippi temperatures are lower than yesterday esterday the freezing line almost touching Florida It also is colder in the upper Plains where there a are ...

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