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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I A Frenchman has performed perfected perr a car that is driven drin n from 1 I the back seat But B that is nothing new

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 I What Others Say SayI I I I Example of Missionary Statesmanship j From Front The China Weekly Review j I Three leading American mission boards the tl E. E Metho- Metho etho- etho I Presbyterians and Baptists Baptises have ha we a Q o o 0 vav a w h I their claims against China for damages uttered utIe ed to their property in the incident of 1927 19 7 The value of mission mia ion property destroyed in Nankin in con con- connection connection with the Incident is not known but it has been reported ported r in excess of The losses losse suffered by the three missions the Method Methodists ts s Pres Pros Presbyterians Presbyterians and Baptists including Na Ln University U ni are said to have been approximately l lu view of the fact that all missionary organizations are now seriously handicapped for funds for cany carrying ing on their I work in China this makes the present decision to waive waie wai e their claims for tor property losses at a genuinely t I self sacrificing act true a...

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Whoa, Pegasus ! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 1 Whoa Pegasus I Ir I 1 r U What's bathy hat bat Why hy hy and andI I Why hy Is What hat I There is one question which it seems seems seem will win never be answered that answered that t tI j I is is never fully It was that mo most tj j I famous s of birds one on William p Shakespeare arf If cur car memory serves I us correctly who first made tj this jl query que of What s in m a name and andI I t I we think it safe to say that from fromI I the time of ot the master dramatists dramatist ts s sd d c death ath l tho individuals ha have hat t from time tim j to to time been somewhat piqued when t meon mone 1 light hearted heartedly y conies comes forth i with vuth this fast one cne What s in a I names names' name j j In Tn connection with one of he the lux- lux luxuries I uries unes of modern travel t-avel we v would I Uk like to a ask k another question which I I has rs as i is i. i background d the afore store aforementioned aforementioned mentioned query ot 01 William Shakes- Shak...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

You d i J. J P to h. vi n s' s 1 s c sI I 1 I I. I i a J- J Lt l J L j e Il a i C Vant Want Aio l Act L I Try Missourian l Want Vant Ads L. L r lAIR I The Columbia Missourian Offers a Booklet Of Reci Recipes pes for Canned Foods i r Winter Vinter recipes for canned foods Wise and economical econom econom- ical is the housewife house who serves ser the food that suits the season Fresh foods should be given the preference in garden i time but when hen cold weather veather sets in the logical recourse is things that come conle in in tins I The next few months are canned food months Sove So we ve offer now through our Washington Information Bureau a booklet full of the lore of canned goods This booklet is a recipe masterpiece on canned foods t It contains 28 recipes for soups 20 for sea food dishes 17 1 for entrees and substantial dishes 51 fo for vegetables i i I 35 for salads 8 for sauces 12 for sandwiches 10 for I appetizers and 35 for more desserts desserts more than recipes In n al...

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Soviet Union Has Its Oil Scandal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I j I i I I I I I I I i i i I f I I SOVIET OVIET S UNION HAS HASI J ITS OIL SCANDAL I 14 1 4 to Be Tried in in Baku I Ifor for using Mis-using Govern- Govern Government Government I ment Funds i MOSCOW i U The P The Sov SoviEt let I 1 Union has its own little Teapot I Dome Fourteen persons p seven of them the J members m mb rs of the Communist Party will will soon oon be tried tri d in Baku for pay pay- paging paying j ing i ng out about half a million rubles rubes l f from om rom government gO funds for the u use usei e of oi oil lands land which belonged to the government govern g men t Under the law la v. v here he peasants upon whose land lard oil is discovered di covered are compensated for the land which is i s confiscated by bv the government j It I t appears ars that in the Baku dis- dis district t t the richest Soviet petroleum field d fake discoveries of oil were arranged and fake peasants p were compensated for land taken from 1 them hem t Through the connivance of or mem...

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T. J. Talbert Gives Speech [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

i I i i T T. J J. J. J TALBURT T. GIVES GI SPEECH Attends Thirteenth Anniversary nary of 01 Oak ille Farm Bureau Prof T T. J J. J Talbert head of the department of horticulture of the I College Colle e of Of Agriculture A was the t principal S dAer at a meeting of I the Oakville Farm Bureau Local a at Oak ille Oak ille community near Jefferson Barracks Barrack Dec 20 which celebrated I the thirteenth year vear of ot better practices practices Uces tices in horticulture in that com com- iThe The Oal Oakville farmers farmers' club Is the oldest eldest organization or aniza tion of its kind In Missouri l and now has a membership mem of On Dec 15 1915 Prof Tal- Tal Talbert bert then ion extension ion specialist sp on onI I insect ins t control hold held the first fim fir t demon- demon demonn I n tion L- L in pruning and spraying over ever given n in t that at community by bv a representative e of the College of An A At that time there were we're fre only four in the entire community ty...

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Invented Ice Cream Soda [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

j i INVENTED IE D ICE lE C RUM REAM SODA t I franklin Institute In secretary Reveals Reveal s I Origin of Drink 1 PHILADELPHIA The cUP UP The e I Franklin Institute world renowned in science rt recently W revealed that thit th humble ice cream soda oda had hid been on of its invention Dr Ur Howard y j of the soci tv said ud tie the popi popular lir f foun- foun fountain im imd laIn tain d drink ink had hid b len en fn conco b by y savants S1 for the tie C Cn Eq si- si i- i iI I i ion cion in 1376

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Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Capps [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

1 I to Mr and ind andI Mrs I f ipps apps A i t i v s s c. I fn n t j Mi 11 Tr end Ind C c. c C C 1 Liv U ci V tt L t t t th 0 O eno t. t n no ii ti t i lt Tu pu puM M tr and an Ms 1 C C a pi pp b live c ut at J 3 Si Sl n oil lt JIul J 11 1

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Compressed Air Sanitarium Opens [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

COMPRESSED AIR 1 SANITARIUM OPENS I Latest Diabetic Cure Is Discovery of Kansas I City Doctor I CLEVELAND 0 O The U P The new 1 1 Cunningham Sanitarium which has as 8 its underlying theory I increased In d air pressure as a cure for diabetes has been n formally opened here as a place for treatment of dia dia- diabetes diabetes betes pernicious anemia and other diseases heretofore pronounced un- un curable The main compartment of the sanitarium is a huge steel t 1 ball ban 64 feet in diameter and five ve stories high It is a completely equipped hospital Adjoining is a long tank which provides the means oi of access to the main construction and offers a preliminary test t st of air pressure pressur to patients about to undergo he the t e cure This revolutionary Idea In hos hos- hospitals hospitals hospitals was as introduced eight years vears ago 10 by Dr Orvllle Orville J J. J Cunningham of I Kansas Ka City Ci ty For years Dr Cun- Cun had advocated ad the use of compressed air for th...

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Forty at Mother's Club [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I FORTY AT MOTHERS MOTHER'S R CLUB I 20 Children n School Pre Age Are Exam- Exam I II I ined med by b City Health Nurse I I I 1 mothers mother and twenty chil- chil children children children I dren a a. a d the monthly meet- meet meeting ini in ing of the Wilkes Boulevard Moth Moth- Mothers Mothr ers r era Cub Club held Wednesday W at the I Wilkes t Boulevard Methodist Church I The children en all of school pre-school age ace were 1 were weighed and measured and and andi i Mr lr Adde Kimpton city health I I nurse answered the mothers' mothers ques ques- questions questions I about their childrens children s health lane t One of the th twenty children was 1 to t be b improperly fed and I three hi e were under weight Mrs Kimp- Kimp Kimpton Kimpton ton ton said ald i I The childrens children's s ages varied from 7 months to school age The chil- chil children children dren dren are weighed and their heights I are art measured mea each month and a rec- rec record lord jord ord of height...

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M. U. Gets Photo Equipment [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

M M. L U. U GETS PHOTO EQUIPMENT Additional Apparatus 11 Is Purchased d I at oat Coat of 1740 The University photo service now has photo micro equipment worth 1740 The newest equipment nt con con- consists consists of a ft photostat phot tat worth and andla anda la a micro photo micro photo set ct worth In addition there is t a new special arc light with a special motor gener gener- generator gen generator r- r ator to produce direct current and two Cooper Hewitt Cooper Hewitt lights The Th working quarters of the photo service have been enlarged to ac accommodate ac- ac accommodate this new apparatus by bv bythe bythe the construction of a second room 16 by 20 feet in the basement of ot the West Vest Agricultural Building The microscope row now being used d b bJ by J J. J. J F F. Barham university photographer and his assistant Leon LeonI I I Is s equipped with a mar mar- marco marI marco co I co lens This microscope when new i two years ago cost I I i I I II I I I 1

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New Mexico Student Kills Self [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

New N Mexico Student Kills Self elf ALBUQUERQUE N N. N. N M M. Jan 4 i J. UP J. J Max lax Patton 19 year old vear old sophomore of the University of New Mexico I committed suicide at the Kappa Sigma fraternity house here yesterday by drinking poison Pat- Pat Patton Patton Patton ton was the son of ot the Santa Fe Railroad train tram master at Gallup N N. NM M M.

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Takes Oath of Office While Ill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Takes Oath of Office While hile HI m HIBen Ben sheriff of Cole Coun Coun- County ty who is confined to his b bed d with ith pneumonia took his oath of office at athis athis athis his home The sheriff contracted pneumonia while ahUe moving into his quarters in Jefferson on City

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In and of Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I In and Of 01 Missouri MissourI I Every school chool district t In Mercer County will be represented iu nt ss tha th Clover and Prosperity Conference to tobe be held at Princeton Jan 11 Twenty-one Twenty women have been se selected ae to compose the glee club cf f Missouri Valley College in Marshall Marsi 1 The erection of a community I II I building has been assured ia i I Arrangements have been completed compie for the fifth Cedar County Clover Cion Clo and Prosperity Conference at 1 ton Feb 8 8 I

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Snake Capture Gives a Holiday Thrill to University Students [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I Snake Capture CaPt re Gives I A Holiday Thrill to University Students The capture of four large black blacksnakes blacksnakes blacksnakes snakes on a farm near Linn Mo furnished two University students a thrill during the Christmas holidays holi hoU- days The students Harold and Robert Gove discovered a family of snakes makes in a walled-in walled spring near their home At least a half dozen do of them were in the water or on onI the rocks and many more were be believed be be- believed to be in hidden crevices of the spring Of the four snakes captured one was six feet f et long another was wu five feet teet long and two were ere four feet 4 I I long An unsuccessful attempt att was made to catch another which was as even longer than any of th these se The snakes snake still sUll living were wre put in a abuck bucket buck t and brought to Columbia were turned over to Dr D- Edgar Al Allen AI- AI lien len of the School of Medicine who I will use them for research e c h work

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Rate per Pupil is Low in State [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I RATE RA TE PER PUPIL IS LOW IN STATE Teachers' Teachers Association Fig- Fig Figures Figures Figures ures Place Missouri on List Missouri ranks fortieth in tn the 1 amount contributed yearly to the support of or elementary and high schools The latest figures available compiled by the Missouri l uri State Teachers Teachers' T Association reveal that the state appropriates only a trifle I more than 6 50 annually to the sup sup- support support support port of each pupil j The state of Delaware contributes approximately 73 73 a year yer to the support of each pupil in average attendance Kansas is I at the t he bot hot bottom bottom tom torn of the list providing only per pupil These figures figu-es re do not include inel ude the amounts contributed by the states to the support of state colleges and universities Although the survey I represents nta only the years jears 1926 1927 there ther has since been little 11 change in the state rankings I

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Purchases Hereford Calf [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Purchases Hereford Calf The Missouri College of Agriculture ture has purchased a nine months nine nine- months months- old Hereford calf from L L. D D. Derby Bass ats who has a high quality Here Here- Hereford Hereford ford herd ranch near Deer Park Part

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Son for Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lichy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Son for Mr and anti Mrs 1 E. E A A. Lichy A son was aa born to Mr and Mrs Mn E p. A A. A Lichy 1117 University Un Avenue I at the University Hospital yesterday afternoon I

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

r t THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 4 4 1929 MR Pv Agricultural ABT and Rural News I L The New N Lic License nse I II II L r ij j f I A I I II I II I II I II I I

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Winter Ration for Ewes Given [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

iNTER VINTER RATION FOR EWES GIVEN I I Breeders Also Advised of N ed of Proper Exercise I exercise and good lood cart care art are re l. l L Peed Feed of in the management III breeding flock ock of sheep during thi be months mon according to E. E 1 winter u tha be breeder a. a Matte On fl purebred sheep extension agent Sid d Monroe e County a for the Missouri College of Agriculture ture Ewes should receive legume hay at atthe atthe the rate of 2 pounds per pounds 5 of animal weight states Mr Matte- Matte Too much corn com should be avoid- avoid eon li ft this thia tends to fatten too read- read I CU A ration consisting of one-half one lit little lit lit- little littie with II oats gt and one halt corn com a tle tie oil meal added makes a very od grain rain ln ration If no oats are Available 30 per cent bran 10 pe per percent cent oil aU meal and 60 per cent corn cornwill will ill make ke a satisfactory ration ac according ac- ac according cording to Mr Matteson Some corn fodder or c...

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