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Bolivia Accepts Protocol Draft [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

BOLIVIA BOLIVIA ACCEPTS ACCEPTS I PROTOCOL DRAFT Agrees to Plan of Medi Mediation Mediation Committee Without Change ChangeLA LA PAZ Bolivia Jan 3 Ut i iThe The Bolivian government hi baa ac IT the draft of the protocol prot fn for a settlement of the recent bord border skirmishes skirmish's with with Paraguay ia in j t the 2 J Ii Gran Chaco region I IThe The draft of the protocol was WU w sub uh T I muted to Bolivia after the nation had accepted acc the good offices or o th the Pan-American Pan conference on con conciliation COn t dilation and arbitration sitting V la Washington Earlier government nt on the acceptance of ot announcements announcement the dratt said that it had been en accepted with cr tarn tain tam modification but the latest 1 lat m an I which came last niti I mentioned d no modifications

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

THE SO U R I A N u FIRST Fn ST YEAR YE E p COLUMBIA OL MB MISSOURI S TR F FRIDAY YI RY 4 1 LAST EDITION NUMBER I

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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

A the Way of Our World I Iare Ther are re sheep in New Newt most t p rt of the t ii 11 the Up tip of the tongue I Instrument has hu been invented test teet ones one's sensitiveness to sun sun- sunA un I sunA r IJ A German physicist is trying to aute the exact amount mount of blue bluethe to lit the sky aty irk Lane in tn London formerly or OT Market Lane dates back jo to 1365 A. A D. D Ibe he consumption of ice cream increased steadily in Switzer Switzer- since the war tobacco seeds are so small that a thimbleful will furnish enough plants for foi an 21 acre of ground A White Star liner Uner was sold to to be converted into a fac fac- factory fac- fac factory tory for making whale oil Insects have been on the earth fifty 1 million years while the human humane race e is 1 only years old The highest inhabited place in the thep p world ld is the monastery of Heine feet above sea level Shoes may soon be on sale with uppers erl made of strong washable pa pa- per pet A farmer faces a j I ...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

AND AND SOME HUMOR Flapper I 1 would like to try on that vieux rose frock in the win win win- wint dow t Saleslady Im sorry that's a lampshade but we could copy it for you

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I COMMENTS ON LIFE LIFE- Many educated persons are not seeking the truth but holding opinions Opinion ions ion and worse borrowed opinions Rev Robert Russell Wicks Nothing which is learned in youth is t so 50 really valuable as the power and the th habit of self restraint self- self sacrifice of energetic continuous and concentrated effort W. W. W E. E H. H Lecky

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And some Verse Beleaguered Cities [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I SE I AND AND SOME VERSE Beleaguered Cities I Build your houses build your houses i aa build your towns Fell PeU the woodland to a gutter turn the brook I Pave the meadows pave the mead mead- meadows meadOws I pave the downs ns donsI I Plant your bricks and mortar where i the grasses shook The Th wind swept grasses shook Build build your black against the sky But BU mark you small green blade your stones between bet The single spy Of that t uncounted host you ou have ha outcast For POI with Ith their tiny pennons waving green They shall storm your streets at 8 t II last I Build your houses build your houses I build your slums I Drive your drains where once the rabbits used to lurk Let there be no song sanK now save sae sa e the wind that hums Through the idle wires while dumb I men tramp to work Tramp to their idle work the none notes it yet one day Men Me from your walls shall watch vatch the woods once more C ie round their prey Build build the ramparts of your town giant gian t ...

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Self-Inflicted Shot is Fatal to Roy Creed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

j I I SELF SELF INFLICTED INFLICTED SHOT IS FATAL FATALI I TO ROY CREED Sheriff Ex-Sheriff Leaves No Trace of Cause of Suicide IS FOUND IN COURTHOUSE Body Discovered at 6 30 Last Night Has Wound in Left Side At 2 00 o'clock this afternoon county officials and several oth oth- others others ers entered the vault of the sher sher- sheriffs sheriff's sheriffs sheriff's sheriffs sheriff's iffs iff's office supposedly to go through the books and personal effects of Mr wire Creed in an ef effort ef- ef effort effort fort to find a cause for the suicide I i I I I i Roy Creed 50 sheriff of Boone County Count until his term expired at at midnight Dec 31 31 shot and killed I himself at about last night in inthe inthe inthe the sheriffs sheriff's office in the Court Court- house A revolver with one exploded ed shell was found near his right shoulder the body was disco discovered ered sered about 7 o'clock by E. E W. W Pol Pol- Pollock Pollock lock Courthouse janitor Dr M. M P. P Neal who perfo...

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I 1 The Weather W ather I IFor For Columbia and vicinity Snow mixed with rain or sleet tonight and nd Saturday continued rather cold but with slight rise in temperature to to- tonight tonight night the lowest will be about 28 26 or 30 For Missouri Unsettled tonight and Saturday snow north and rain south portions rising temperature tonight and extreme southeast por por- portion portion por- por portion tion Saturday somewhat colder Sat Sat- Saturday Saturday Saturday west portion Shippers forecast Within a radius of miles of Columbia the lowest temperatures are expected to be about as follows North 18 East 28 South 30 38 West 28 Weather conditions The usual Jan Jan- January January January uary weather that is real winter prevails generally elsewhere east of the save sa ve in the extreme southern parts of Texas and Flor ida However zero cold is confined to a few localities along the Cana Cans Canadian Canadian dian border Early this morning it was snowing over most moat of the upper ...

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7880 Dead from Cholera Epidemic [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

DEAD FROM CHOLERA EPIDEMIC Disease in Has Been Raging for Four Months BOMBAY Jan A 4 UP UP A A viru viru- virulent virulent virulent lent cholera epidemic is raging in State and deaths death oc occurred oc- oc occurred occurred during the last week in De De- December December cember it was learned today In many families all the adult members were gere stricken leaving leI the children destitute desU tute During Duing the past four months 7 1 1880 have ha ve died from the disease among who were stricken

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Fined on Liquor Charge [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

FINED ON LIQUOR CHARGE I. I O. O Gray Granted GraD years year's Stay of Execution li ia A years year's stav stay of execution was granted J. J J O. O Gray Gray- Ora 4 this morning momina with the provision that he leave town Gray was aa fined and costs coats and sen to sixty days in jail for possessing in In- intoxicating intoxicating liquor Gray yesterday boarded boarded- a train for McBaine where he had a job as a worker concrete-worker and anet drove all aU aUthe the other passengers off the train by threatening them He displayed no weapons however The conductor tor of the train interfered and put him off before the train started Still shouting and threatening Gray was arrested at the station statton and brought back to the city Jail to be beheld beheld beheld held for trial before Police Judge W. W D. D Shaw When arrested he was carrying about a pint of liquor and a charge of illegal possession of liquor was preferred against him He pleaded guilty and after Judge Shaw passed the...

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Addresses German Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

ADDRESSES GERMAN GERMAi CLUB Prof M. M H. H Cochran Says Sa That World War Blame Is Divided M. M Hermond Cochran professor of modern European history in the University was the principal speaker on the program last night at a meeting of the German Club in La- La Lathrop Lathrop Lathrop Hall auditorium Prof Cochran has studied in the various vanous countries in Europe Last night he spoke on the German Em Em- pire The war distorted our views of Germany It is ordinarily said that Germany caused the World War be because be- be because because cause it was as not democratic enough Prof Cochran said History shows that democratic countries make as 8 many ma ny wars as any other kind The latest researches into the origin of both the War of 1870 and the World War show that both sides were ere to blame in both cases

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Snow Forecast for Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

SNOW FORECAST FOR FOB TONIGHT Colder Weather to 10 Follow Today's Today Warmer Wanner Temperatures KANSAS CITY Jan 4 UP A snow storm that tha is general over several north central states today will invade the Southwest tonight and tomorrow bringing brinling unsettled weather Clouded Clou skies were general over the Southwest today and they hold either r ra in m or snow for this section weather bureau officials said Warmer Wanner temperatures that will Win prevail tonight will be succeeded by colder weather tomorrow

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R. M. Bandy, Jr., Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

R. R M. M Bandy Jr Here Russel M. M Bandy Jr of New York City who is visiting vt lUng his parents Mr and Mrs R. R M. M Bandy 1407 Rose Rose- Rosemary Rosemary Rosemary mary Lane liane is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism He lIe received his degree here in 15 In 1917 he married Miss Priscilla cilla B. B Paddock of Kan- Kan Kankakee Kankakee Kankakee I Ill They have one daughter Mr Bai Bal y g is assistant eastern man man- manager manager j ager f f fo for v- v the Merchants' Merchants Trade Jour Jour- Journal Journal Journal nal cf ci Des PCS Moines la Ia r

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Budget Plan Would Not Tie M. U. S. Hands [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

BUDGET PLAN WOULD NOT TIE M. M ITS U. U S 'S HANDS Associated Industries Man Says Bill Pro Pro- Provides Provides vides Leeway FUNDS ARE INADEQUATE Year Two Two Two- Year Survey Shows School Appropriations Too Small By B a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY Jan 4 The The University and other state education education- educational al institutions would be granted com corn complete complete autonomy in the matter of ex expenditures ex- ex expenditures under the budget system proposed for the state government by the Associated Industries of Mis MIs- Missouri according to Thomas Rogers research director for the tion The reason these institutions are granted greater leeway Rogers said is iJ that they form a special part of the state government in the hands of experts who know more about their control than any administrative tive department Educational institutions institutions would come within the bud bud- budget budget budget get system to this extent They would each submit a report of...

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Barling is Not Satisfied [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

BARLING IS NOT SATISFIED Will WW Not Allow ADew His Plane to Be Bein Used in Further Tests T MARSHALL Mo Jan 4 UP Not entirely satisfied with tr tt per per- performance performance of the synchronized ejector which ch is used to refuel a plane in Walter flight flight Walter H. H Baring announced today that his plane the Barling NB 3 would not be used in any oth oth- other other oth- oth other er attempts to establish a worlds world's en en- endurance endurance endurance durance flight record An attempt to set a sustained flight night record with the plane ended in failure Wednesday night when Pilot L. L 8 S. Rhiner accidentally touched ground when flying low Jow to drop a note and a chain The flight ended after the plane pline had been in m inthe inthe the air almost eleven en hours Blaine Blame M. M Tux horn Kansas City inventor of the device used to cata cats catapult catapult material from the ground to a plane in flight was the other pilot in the plane in the attempt to make mak...

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Capt. Connett's Car Stolen [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Capt Connetts Connett's Car Stolen A 1926 Chevrolet automobile was wu stolen from Capt Leslie Lealie Connett of i the University Univ R. R O. O T. T C. C this morn mom morning morning ing at about 11 The machine was waa W parked near the R. R O. O T. T C. C Headquarters and when Capt Con- Con was about to leave the th head head- headquarters headquarters I quarters for lunch at noon he dis discovered dis- dis discovered covered that the car was g. g J The police poUce were w re notified immediately after the discovery I

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Extra Trains to Bring Girls Back [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

EXTRA TRAINS TO BRING GIRLS BACK Stephens College Students to Return II Tuesday Three special trains and two trains trams with Uh special cars will arrive in Columbia Tuesday carrying ap ap- approximately ap- ap approximately proximately Stephens College students returning from the Christ Christ- Christmas mas mu holidays to resume their school schoolwork schoolwork work ork on Wednesday morning The T. M. special train ar arriving ar- ar riving at 1045 o'clock k Tuesday morn morn- morning log ing will be the first and will bring students from Oklahoma Arkansas and Texas Teall A Wabash special train will arrive that afternoon at o'clock bringing students from St. St Louis Loula Chicago and eastern points The third train is Ss a a. Wabash special arriving at 2 30 o'clock from Kansas City and western points A special car will be attached to the regular 6 38 o'clock Wabash for students coming from Des s Moines and that vicinity ty A special Pullman car will wUl willbe willbe be attached...

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U. D. C. to Hold Essay Contest [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

U U. D. D C. C TO HOLD ESSAY CONTEST Only Boone County Grade and High School Pupils May Compete An essay contest open to any grade or high school student in Boone County is Being ing conducted by the United Daughters of the Confederacy acy according to Mrs S. S C. C Hunt historian of the organization here The subject for students in the thede grade de school is 11 The History of Gen Oen Francis Marion Cockrell and Sena Sena- Senator Senator Senator tor George Graham Vest During the War Between the States Stata including members of Confederate Congress and service in the Confederate Army The topic for students of high school standing Is 15 Gen Sterling Sterlina Price During Durin the War Between the States including his nc n in preventing the the the-s secession of t-Mi t Missouri urt hi his hia change of attitude the raising of ot the Missouri State Guard and his services in 10 the Confederate States Army The rules governing tt the contest ii a a u Any n uden Jn b e grade or high sc...

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To Agriculture Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

TO AGRICULTURE MEETING Mumford Logan Lop and Jordan Jo A State Board Bord Session eion JEFFERSON JEPPERSON CITY Jan 4 Dean 4 Dean F P. B. B Mumford Mun tord of the Missouri Col CoI- College col- col college lege of Agriculture E. E A. A Logan farm statistician and Sam Jordan of Columbia were here af afternoon af- af afternoon to attend the sixty fourth annual meeting of the State Board of Agriculture Members of the board left last night for Sedalla where they are meeting today as the State Fair Pair Board Dean Mumford indicated that aside from a number of farm mesa meal measures urea ures looking to the general welfare of Missouri farmers the principal item of legislation in which the College of Agriculture is ia interested at the present session of the Gen Gets General eral Assembly is Ii that for University appropriations In his biennial request President Stratton D. D Brooks of the University will ask the legislature to appropriate appropriate appropriate for the purchase of acre...

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