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A. A. Speer Improving [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

A. A A. A SPEER IMPROVING Member of Board of Curators of M. M U. U Better Today JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 3 3 A. A A. A Speer Jefferson City banker I a member of the Board of Curators I of the University of Missouri was reported much improved today fol lot following following lowing a serious rious illness Speer was reappointed to the Board of Curators this week when Gee Gov Sam A. A Baker announced his I recess rec appointments s. s

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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King's Condition Still Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I KINGS KING'S KINGS KING'S CONDITION I STILL UNCHANGED Encouragement Given by I Departure of Home Secretary LONDON Jan 3 UP An UP An official official of fi- fi cial dat bulletin on the condition of King George issued L this morning said The king passed a restless night There is no change to record in his majesty's condition The bulletin timed at 1115 11 15 o'clock this morning was signed by Sir Stanley Hewett He Sir Hugh Rigby and Lord Dawson Da of Penn The Daily News said today tody that King George still has baa not recovered his strength enough to see any mem mem- members bore bers of the f amity except ex t the queen who is Ls admitted to the sick sick- sickroom sickroom sickroom room whenever she wishes Encouragement that the king real real- really really really ly was on the road to recovery r very was given with departure of Sir William Joynson Hicks home secretary for forI I Mentone lentone France

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M. T. Herrick's Condition Better [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I M. M T. T HERRICKS HERRICK'S I CONDITION BETTER Doctor fo- fo for forUS U. U S. S Ambassador t dor Reports Decided Improvement i CLEVELAND Jan S J UP The UP The condition of Myron T T. Herrick Hernick I United States ambassador to France Prance ill in with influenza and bronchitis at athis ati athis i his home here was reported im- im ImI improved j I proved today I Dr John Philips Ph lips who ho early yes yes- JesI i I rushed oxygen tanks to the Herr k home for emergency treat treat- t treatment at- at atI j I ment said today Mr Herrick has made mad a derided de improvement j I Sudden congestion of the lungs causing laborious breathing alarmed I members of the ambassadors ambassador's family famil yesterday and resulted in the call calli i for Dr Philips

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Seven Take Taxi from in Local Cab in 46 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I SEVEN TAKE TK TAXI FROM N N. Y T. M M. 1 t. t Students Make Trip in Local a i Cab in 46 Hours Seven en University students returned j to Columbia yesterday esterday in a taxi- taxi taxicab taxicab I cab driven by Herbert Forsee an em- em emI I of a local cab company compan from their th ir homes in New York City I where they spent the Christmas holidays The trip from front New York was made in 46 hours and the stu- stu students students I dents dt took turns in relieving For For- ForI see isee I sef i We had only two mishaps on onI the way and they thy were not our I ff Julian Sherman one of the students studE said this morning We WeI I ran into the thc back end of a bus at ati i Trenton N. N J. J and into a car at ati i Wheeling W. W Va Both accidents were caused by drivers stopping short without a signal and we ran ranj j into them However little damage was done dont- in either ither accident The trip was made in a seven seven- sv n- n ni i pass nger Buick sedan The stu stu- stu...

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Watson Funeral Tomorrow [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

WATSON Fl LT TOMORROW MORaO I Seni Services to Be Held at New Provi Provi- Providence Providence dence denee Church at 11 A. A M. M Funeral services for Virgil Watson 54 who died late Tuesday evening will be held tomorrow morning at atI 11 I 1 o'clock at tOe the New Providence Church The Th Rev L. L W. W Terry of Rockville will wUI conduct the services Burial will take place at the New Providence Cemetery Besides B ides his wife and four daugh daugh- Mr l Watson is survived by a sister in Mrs l John L. L White White- Whitesides Whitesides sides ides and two law in John T. T and J. J B. B McBaine

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Thives Steal Meat at McBaine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I Thieves Thle Steal Meat at McBaine Me Baine Several Severa I hams and other pieces of I n-ea n meat t were stolen recently from the I meat house hou p of rif Mr fr and Mrs Anther I Basnett at nt McBaine No tace trace of I 1 the thieves have been found

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Charity Needs of City Will be Explained [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

CHARITY NEEDS OF CITY WILL WILLBE WILLBE WILLBE BE EXPLAINED Public Meeting Called for Tomorrow at 7 P. P M. M OPEN FORUM TO BE HELD Phases of Work of Wel Wei Welfare fare Society Will WillBe WillBe f Be Discussed A public meeting to consider the charity needs of Columbia has been called in the Chamber of Commerce rooms for tomorrow evening ening at 7 1 1 o'clock J. J E. E Boggs chairman of the finance committee is urging citizens of Columbia to attend as reports report nave have ha v conic come to him to the effect that tha certain phases of the work done by bythe bythe bythe the Welfare Society are not fully fulls full understood by the people of the city 4 The purpose of the meeting is not no noto noto to raise funds but to give the citi citi- citizens citizens zens of ot Columbia au an opportunity to secure information about charity charit needs AU All phases of the task of- of helping the needy in the community will be open for discussion r Mr Boggs said today in regard to the ...

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Classes Start at C. C. Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

CLASSES START AT C. C C. C TODAY Little Sickness Reported One One Student Absent Because of Flu Christian College opened after the Christmas holidays s 's this morn morn- morning morning morning ing at 8 I The majority of Ute the erl gra returned ret to the campus yesterday on special trains Only one girl Miss Marvel Cur Cur- Curtis Curtis of Ponca City Okla editor of the College Widow year book of Christian College was unable to re return re- re return return turn because of influenza Reports from the hospital show no cases of flu and there is little sickness besides colds

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Columbian's Sister Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

COLUMBIANS COLUMBIAN'S SISTER DIES Mrs N. N M. M Barnes to Be 0 Buried To To- Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow morrow in St. St Louis Mrs 1 Nellie Miller Barnes Barne 47 years old a Sister of ot Mrs W W. H H. Brown 1106 Avenue Columbia died diec of pneumonia in St. St Louis Monday night at 1156 11 56 o'clock according to a message received ved by Mrs Brown yes yes- Funeral services will win be held in St. St Louis tomorrow afternoon at 1 30 Mrs BarD Bara was as the youngest daughter of the late U. U T. T Miller an am Mrs Miller There were thirteen children in the th family and the other twelve survive Mr and Mrs Miller J lived in Callaway County for many years Mrs Miller 1 who is 92 sur sun vives 1 ves Mrs Barnes vas r.-as also the grand grand- granddaughter granddaughter daughter dau of Henry Larimore famous Callaway Calla way County breeder of Short Short- Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn horn cattle A daughter Miss Helen Barnes graduated from the University University University sity of M...

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Car is Forced from Slab [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

CAR R IS FORCED FROM SLAB B Machine lathine of Mr and Mrs Mr R. R H. H Gray Is Struck k on No 40 I Mr l and Mrs R. R H H. Gray of j Maryland Place wore were uninjured when hen their new Essex Coach in which they were riding was forced from Highway 40 about 35 miles cast of Columbia by a car that swerved in front of them while they were returning from St. St Louis last la t Thursday Mr l Gray explained the accident this morning saying that a car j driven by a woman passed a car carI I immediately behind them skidded off of i the left l ft side of the slab and in try- try tryIng trying I Ing mg to turn back onto the slab her car crashed rash d into that of the Grays Gra When hen Mrs Gray saw the car ap approaching ap approaching ap- ap she swerved to the right and struck a telephone pole I The blow sprung the frame of the car Two fenders fender were torn off of 1 one running board was smashed the the- I tail light and one head light were w rt- rt broken the front axle was bent a ft I ...

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To Speak on German Empire [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

TO SPEAK ON GERMAN EMPIRE Prof Cochran Will Address s M. M V. V Club at 1 30 Tonight A lecture J tur on The German Em Em- Empire Empire pire pine by M M. Hermond Cochran pro pro- professor professor professor fessor of modern European history will win be the feature of the program at 7 30 o'clock tonight at st a meeting m of the German Club in Lathrop Hall auditorium Prof Cochran places particular emphasis on Germany in his treat treat- treatment treatment treatment ment of modern European history and is fitted to speak authoritatively on the subject announced d according o 0 Dr Hermann B. B Almstedt pro- pro j II fessor lessor of Germanic languages I Since the club had no opportunity i to sing German erman s songs be- be bej before J j fore th th holidays p rt of the time I will U be used tonight for these songs

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Scout Training Course Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

SCOUT TRAINING COURSE SATURDAY SA Y Thirty Five M. M U. U Stu Stu- Students Students Stu- Stu Students dents May Attend A Lead Lead- Leadership Leadership p Sessions A Scout leadership leaden training course COUnt for tor University students will be held at the Hetzler H cabin from Scorn Saturday noon until Sunday afternoon it was announced today A. A J. J Gillette tte lo local to- to local cal Boy Scout executive will be in charge of the training course cour r About thirty-five thirty persons are ex expected ex- ex expected to attend the course and it tt its itis is s planned that about half this num number nU 1 her ber can later lat r secure ure actual leader leader- leadership ship experience a as aa assistant masters of local troops if they desire to do so roo Food and lodging will be fur fur- furnished furnished fished free of ot charge during the training course cour Glenn Ogle said today that those wishing to take the training should report their intentions to the Y Y M. M C....

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Holiday Decorations Down [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

HOLIDAY DECORATIONS DOWN DOWNAre DOWNAre DOWNAre Are Used Vied by E. E E C. C to Fill Galleys on OD Farms Farm Disposition on of the Christmas decorations along Broadway has baa been made by the Retail Merchants J Association A. A through an agreement whereby thereby E. E C C. Clinkscales Clink les will be given the trees the under under- understanding understanding understanding standing that he bear r the expense of removing all aU the decorations according to members of the as as- The work of removing the trees lieb i and the other decorations will be e e torn tom away a within wt thin the next day or at- at two The trees will be used to fill flU laPS gaps ga and gui gui- g al alleys leys on farms

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University Bars Student Dances [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

UNIVERSITY BARS DANCES Ruling Applies Remain Remain- Remainder der of Semester Is Is Health Action tion All permissions f student dances at the University the re re- remainder remainder re- re remainder of the se r have been canceled and no mor mo will be grant grant- id Pd until the f the md semester according to e 4 he dean of ofen men nen en and end the dean of ot n of the University This Thia action has been t ken en said aid Dean Albert K Heckel because of the recommendation of ot the the- Committee Commit t- t tee cm aa o Student Health of W ich Dr Mazyck P. P Ravenel is chairman that tbt steps step be tan taken n to prevent or discourage scour scour- age all aU student dances and ns until the ck clo e of or the to ft tM spreading of influenza A dance to be b given by the mens men's Council Jan 28 will be bethe bethe bethe the first dance for which permission pern will be granted on the closing of the first semesters semester's work The decision was s reached alter after the c...

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$10,000 Robbery at Mexico Bank [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

ROBBERY AT MEXICO BANK One of Four Bandits Is IsI I Killed in Wreck as They Flee MEXICO Mo Jan 3 The Th UP The First National Bank of Mexico was held up here this afternoon at 1 45 o'clock by three unmasked bandits who took an estimated sum of or 10 in currency Another bandit was In an automo automo- automobile automobile bile in front of the bank Making a desperate effort to es escape ts t's e cape from a quickly formed poise pesse the bandit car turned over o near Auxvasse twelve miles south of I here killing one of the bandits Of Of- Officers i at Auxvasse who had been notified of the robbery rob ry immediately ly I started in pursuit of Ij the bandits I The bandits entered the bank banki i during a rush hour All armed the they I ordered bank officials and customers to lie on the floor later latr placing all allbut allbut but one woman in the vault of the I bank Scooping up Ut all cash In sight i ht the I bandits fled in their waiting car From the vault a burglar alarm was I soun...

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Car Overturns on Highway 63 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

CAR OVERTURNS TURNS I ON HIGHWAY 63 I I Icy Pavement Causes Se Se- Sedan SeI Sedan I dan to Skid Skid None None of Occupants Hurt Six persons escaped yester yester- yesterday yesterday day afternoon at 3 when the car in which they were riding skidded on the ice covered pave pave- pavement pavement ment meat and anc an overturned on Highway 63 about sixteen miles mi Irs north of Co Co- Co- Co lumbia Although all an the tho t 11 windows In ir Inthe inthe the sedan were pre broken none of th occupants of the car suffered i rny nj n injuries Those Tho in the he car can who ho were Erf re returning Tt re- returning I turning to Columbia from Maron Macon were Charles Payson Frederick Fr Robbins Bobbins who ho wax was driving Charles Charleu j I Jones Mrs Bobbins f Mrs Fritsch and Mrs

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Boy Born to Mrs. Hoersch [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I Boy Rb Born to Mrs Mm Jf Mr and Mrs J. J H H. Hoersch Ho r ch of Ill I 11 A the birth birtha of of a l hot bov tH ft ti-s ti at II t the Vat Uni- I crait Hospital

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Baker Speaks in Favor of Enabling Act [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

BAKER SPEAKS SPEW SPEW- I IN FAVOR OF ENABLING ACT AO Would Make Possible Road Bond Issue Amendment IS FAREWELL MESSAGE J General Assembly Hears Recommendations for forState forState forState State Charities JEFFERSON CITY Jan 3 UV lU I Gov GO Sam A. A Baker in his farewell message mes to the Fifty fifth General GeneralI Assembly As this th afternoon urged I prompt action on t o the enabling act set which will put into effect the con- con amendment authorizing authoring i the road bond issue adopted at the November election Ii The governor lOV mor gave lave an account of his stewardship of the state ata during the last four yeats yea and praised the records of 01 the various departments He declared that progress has hu been made by all aU of the departments and that bad been en ud- ud dhere here hered to at all times He pointed out that his administration was waa leaving It-a It more than in the general genera revenue fund of the state treasury and that there will be fe few few- few...

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Organization Completed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Organization Completed JEFFERSON CITY Jan 3 UP The The House and Senate held short hart morning mo ning sessions and convened tc this t afternoon to receive the fare fare- farewell farewell well message me of Gov Sam A. A Baker B ker The House Hous and Senate completed their permanent organization through the election of minor officers officers cers who had been agreed a recd upon in is party caucus The joint session of the genera assembly this afternoon canvassed I the vote volt of the he November as certified by secretary of state Becker and announced the result

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Denies Theft of Overcoat [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I DENIES THEFT E OF OVERCOAT Byron Graven n Plea Plen of Not I Guilty to to Trial Saturday Byron Bvron A. A Graves Graven when arraigned d dI this morning on a charge of larceny I before John S. S Bicknell Bickne Justice of the peace entered a plea of not I guilty through C. C C. C McClusky hia hll I I attorney and gave 1100 bond for his appearance at trial rial t Saturday morning at 10 The stolen article was an over over- overcoat coat coal valued at 25 the property of Rosa J. J J Nichols Nichola and Roy McBride Joint owners O of the College Cleaners at South Ninth Street

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