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J. E. Bittle Dies of "Flu [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

jr i. R. R DDS DIES OF OP 0 FLIT tev- tev i Was OW OM of at val T.-nw T. is t t BillIe 94 14 A long life wt k et f Boor Boon l county died rf or i UInI at t t his beta mt to In Xo to anil nInI at T I 2 The Tbt wIll wiH be held MM at 11 o'clock to to- J M at the j K I ID an bJ f t. T. T be Its D tile the Wilton cemetery J. J

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Week's Reprieve Granted Couple [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I d WEEKS WEEK'S REPRIEVE REP EVE GRANTED COUPLE Scheduled Execution of Mrs Le Boeuf and Dr Dreher Stayed FRANKLIN La Jan 5 s sTo UP TO make more a stay of ex- ex execution granted Mrs Ada Bonner Le La and Dr Thomas Dreher by a supreme court justice last night GOY Huey Hue P. P Long Lang today granted the cou cou- couple I cou-I coupie pie a weeks week's reprieve I GOY Longs Long's reprieve came close cloae e eon on the heels he la of Judge Judie Charles Char Ie A. A ONetis stay of execution i granted after a hectic session of five fhe su supreme su- su supreme preme court justices at New Orleans i last lut night I The fact that some dispute arose I as to the authority of Chief Justice O ONeil Nell to stay the execution In the face of dissenting votes from his four associates is thought to have hav prompted Gov Long Lone to act Later aur Gov Long rescinded his or or- order order der after deciding that the stay of execution granted by Chief Justice ONeal was binding making the gover...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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M. U. Graduate Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

M M. V. V GRADUATE APPOINTED Kenry D of K C. C Is I. Special 1 Assistant General Attorney G Deral JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 UP tUP General Attorney Shartel today toda an an- announced the appointment of Henry Depping of Kansas City as a special assistant attorney general effective Feb 1 Depping Is a graduate Of the Uni Urn University University of Missouri Law School While at tile lite Mr AIr Dep- Dep Depping Depping ping was w s active in many stu Itu student Jent Jentre organizations and projects He H re- re rethe received received his lAB degree from froDl the theune University School of 01 Law in une e 1926 He was wu a member mem r of Phi el- el elIa 1 I- Ita ta Ia Phi Sigma Nu Delta Sigma Iho tho o. o j Mystical Seven teven en end the the Athe ean I Society He lie Heas was as su en pres lent ent during the school year ear 1925 26 ores ores- res- res I ident of the University Y M. M 1 t. t A. A I in 1925 president ot jt th Scho Sch 1 of ofin Law in 1 4 a member ol of th na na- nation...

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Tells of Bandit Chase [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I TELLS OF BANDIT CHASE Lou Loa Trost Treat One Oae of 01 Posse Pome Says Sa Officials Of 5 elate dala Handicapped Excitement of pursuers and nerve on the part OL ot toe Inc t e pursued Inns irus- first tint attempts of police of Ful Ful- Fulton Fulton Fulton ton and ana oi 01 1 taua way County in m their attempt to capture the last WL ol of the three bandits who held up and robbed the Dank at Mexico Mo Thursday ACC l to a story atory u told d by Low Louts Trost Tross wOo was graduated from tae university in une 1921 I of tone inc Tri irA Triangle angle nile here wao wo wa waa one oi ox a that chased the ban ban- tilt ait near te bandit bandi in a asu su en car had ha neen forced oil the road alter ter a a. a chase chasa of ol several mue mies when the of 01 a sawed oil shotgun blew biew on the cyl cyl- cylinder cyl- cyl hoer inder head 01 oi s car The rne acci acct accident accident dent gave toe bane a cnance to escape and ana he mane maue ma e it 1000 oy cy flee ilee- Lag ing oss...

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Speer "Resting Eastler [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Speer er Resting Easier Euler I By a Sat SaU f Correspondent I JUi- JUi JUiN N Jan 5 UP A. A. A A. A Speer d this week I to the board hoard ot oi curators of t. t e University oi ot Missouri was rest rest- resting lug ing easier last night after his ill illness Ill Ill- Illness ness neu had apparently become worse earlier in the day He is 11 now be believed bt- bt to be on the road to recovery cry ery from a severe attack of else elas

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Capt. Connett Recovers Car [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Capt Cap Connett Recovers Car Capt Leslie Lealie Connett of the Uni Uni- University a. a O. O T. T C. C whose whole Chevrolet let l t automobile was stolen yesterday from in front cf f the R. R O. O T. T C. C Headquarters recovered his auto auto- automobile automobile mobile this morning about 10 He Be found fou l it perked parked J on Hitt Street near Broadway t

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Radio Sets Installed Adjusted Repaired Aerials Erected George E. E Lawhorn Matthews Street EXPERT RADIO Endorsed National I. I Radio fry by Institute Expert Service Ser ice at a Reasonable Price PHONE 1831 RED i CALL 1101 Free Delivery Toasted Touted Sandwiches Chile Ice Cream Creal Malts Malts JACKS JACK'S LATCH CAFETERIA 7 MISSOURI b MONDAY TUESDAY Y and WEDNESDAY Y SOUND SOUNI SO UN I and aDd three acts vaudeville I II Louis LAST DAY BIG RIG r ACTS of 5 REAL On TIM The Screen U S. S SMITH SMITHA A rollicking NIUe story of r f Ute the b. b Marines COLUMBIA GREATEST tREA TEST ENTERTAINMENT H I 4 4 b bit 4 it THREE BUSSES 1 i t 1 Ii 1 DAILY NOW i I 3 4 1 4 4 1 Direct from Columbia to Sedalia and 4 4 I I Marshall l Also early morning Bus to i 4 I I i Springfield leaving Columbia a. a m. m 4 I 1 4 4 1 Leave Columbia a. a ar are Sf-dalia Sf p. p ar Marshall arshall a. a 4 I 1 Leave Lea Columbia 1100 11 a a. a ar Sedalia Sedalla Sed alia p. p ar are Marshall I hall 13 p. p I Leave r Col...

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Brewer Gets National Cage Membership [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

BREWER GETS NATIONAL CAGE MEMBERSHIP Placed on Basketball Rules Committee of NC N. N C. C A. A A. A HEADS FIFTH DISTRICT Big Six State Conference II and ind nd Missouri Valley Are Included I Announcement of the of 01 C. C L. L Brewer director of o athletics I at the th University Un to a 1 on National Basketball Rule Com Con Committee ComI I was 3 mad this morning by bythe bythe bythe I the athletic a department t Tie T IC cIte ela elation t. t nc tion at the recent re ent meeting me ol of o the National r Collegiate e Athletic Athletic- Ll Association J 4 socia- socia 1 tion in New Orleans followed a complete tc reorganization on of DC the t e com corn mi tec Representation on the committee committe which was wa previously maintained equally between tween b the National Nat onal Col Collegiate Cl Association tion lion the Y M. M C C. A. A and the A. A A. A U. U was lS reapportioned reapportioned to throw the balance cf f fr 1 rules r u 1 t- t ts s dictation on power po r into the H...

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Today's a Market f united VIII Prom Reports I Iu u j East St. St Louis lAsh Livestock I Hogs BoIs so holdovers 1075 1076 mar mar- 1 ket tete 15 higher light lights I steady lbs IDS o lbs IDS 1150 I Cattle cows all cutters I and cutter cows COWl 5 25 7 v alers 1750 1850 heavy calves 1950 1 12 bulk stockers and feeder steers 1025 Sheep 50 market for week lambs and yearlings SOc higher sheep p 2 up top fat tat lambs 1550 bulk fat lambs l 1525 bulk cull lambs II 1050 1150 bulk fat ewes epes I I I I I i Chicago Chiralo Grain Futures Fut i i O Open Ops High Low Low Low-I Close Wheat i I- I March tarch May i t July Jul 1177 1163 1167 Corn i i March r 88 i M 89 9 I 88 88 4 May 90 90 90 91 July 92 92 J I 92 2 92 Oats tats I I March arch I V 47 V 47 i 47 14 May 48 43 48 48 4 48 July Ju 46 1 M V 46 46 46 46 46 Rye Rc j i I I March Mar h. h V May ta 1 I V July Jul 1021 1103 1 1024 te i Kansas City Cash Grain Wheat Wh at receipts market i ilc i Ic lc lower No 2 hard No 13 3 hard Isard lu rd 1119...

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'Monkey Talk' in State Body Ends [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I MONKEY TALK IN INSTATE INSTATE STATE BODY ENDS Jackson Not to Reintroduce Reintroduce duce d ce Evolution Anti-Evolution Measure By a Staff Correspondent Correspond nt JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 Mon uMon Mon Monkey key business business' in the form of anti- anti antievolution antievolution antievolution evolution legislation will be excluded from the present session of the State Legislature it is expected s nce Charles C. C Jackson representative from Oregon County has announced anno his decision not to reintroduce his hl 1927 measure to stop the teaching of i evolution in the public schools Jack- Jack Jackson j son had previously said he would 11 renew his fight

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Weather Delays Oil Pipe Survey [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

WEATHER DELAYS OIL PIPE SURVEY Line Columbia From Texas Te as Goes to Illinois Refinery Surveying for the new Inch 12 crude oil pipe line of ot the Texas Empire Em Em- Empire pire pine Company that will run through I Columbia has been considerably de de- delayed de- de delayed by the bad weather eather There I are still two days work k to be done here and then th n the engineers will go 10 goto goto to Mexico o to survey sur for the line Une near there ther This pipe line will run from the Seminole Cushing Gushing and adjoining fields to the refinery ry in Illinois which is located about twenty enty t miles mUes from frem Joliet Work has been started on the futh end of the thE- line and as the weather wather w permits will advance north The work near Columbia will start early next spring I

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57 Are Enrolled in Short Course [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

57 ARE ENROLLED IN SHORT COURSE I Registration Is Expected to t Be as Large as Last Years Year's With 1 t h the beginning of classes s in inthe inthe inthe the sc-ond sc term of the year Two-year Short Course in Agriculture yester yester- yesterday day dey d y mornin morning the th annual special short course cour in dairy dair manufactures started The latter course lasts eight weeks ending Feb 23 seven Fifty-seven are Re enrolled in both courses sixteen of whom are in the dairy course Although the enrollment exceeded that for the first day of last lut year rear it is not Dot as large larte as at the end of last years year's course coune when haD seventy five had regis regis- toned It is 18 expected that late regis regis- registrations registrations win will bring ning the th total to t nor nor- normeL mal meL The dairy course including in instruction in- in instruction in the production of but but- butter butter ter ice cream cheese and the hand hand- handling handling ling of mark...

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Missouri Transit Sells Run [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

MISSOURI TRANSIT SELLS RUN Une Line Between t n Here and to Have Haye New Schedule The Marshall Boon ville- ville Carrollton Bus Line has purchased the t run nm of the Missouri Transit Tran lt Com Corn Company Company pany between n Columbia and Boon Boon- Boonville vUle ville and will make mate a nsw new n w schedule having direct ct connections between towns according to information re released re- re released released leased from the Missouri Transit bus office today The transaction was as made Jan 1 1 for or cash

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Graves Case Continued [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Graves Case Ca c. c I The case cue of the state tate agas I ran ron Ora Graves who U Is charta charged chU I stealing an overcoat bek the College Cleaners has baa t. t t b tinned indefinitely Grava Ora was before Peace Pe John 8 Bicknell Justice ot of the u early eary In the week on a charge charae of petty pett t had entered a plea of not guj f trial was set for 10 oclo WT L in the morning Justice court cou

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Slight Collision on Sexton Read [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Slight Collision CoUlston on Sexton m A Chevrolet coupe driven bT by L Winn Wines collided with y a Willy nt roadster from Illinois at Garth Sexton Sexto Road this morning at 10 The driver of the who ho had failed to heed th signal paid the damages Neither atop driver was injured

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1929 PloD MOB

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News of Columbia Society [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

4 r i- i News e s of Columbia Society 1 II L- L L- L SOCIAL CALENDAR R Monday Mo s. s and nd F. F Chaperons Chaperons' Bridge Bridle Club will meet with Mw Mra Clinton I Welch at p. p m. m at the Alpha Chi Omega house hoUle I Westmount Bridge Bridle Club will meet neet with Mr Mrs 1415 H H. J. J Houer Westwood Avenue at p. p m. m Tuesday Ladies Ladles Day Luncheon will be beheld beI beheld I held at the Country Club Lucky Star Str Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs L L. E. E A i. i Leonard 1502 1503 Rosemary at 2 15 p p. p m. m r Alpha Chi CM Sigma chemical cheD fra fra- fraternity fra- fra fraternity r will win hold a luncheon at 1215 15 p. p m. m at Harris Harria Mrs Frank Prank Dexheimer will be hostess at a party bridge-party at the Tiger Hotel at 2 15 2 15 p p. m. m Army Women's Bridge Club will meet inert with Mrs Vance Rich Rich- Richmond Richmond mond College Avenue at 2 30 I P p. pin m. m 1 CLUB CALENDAR Wednesday Directors of the Boone County Chapter of the American ...

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Phi Theta Kappas of C. C. Entertain [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Phi Theta Kappas of iol C. C C. C Entertain I Members of Phi Theta Kappa honor society at Christian College entertained with a party last night at Davis Tea Room After the din din- dinner dinner ner ncr they attended a show Members of the sorority are Miss Miss- Misses es Alice Greis Marion Davey Laura LauraMae LauraMae LauraMae Mae Brown Mildred Maddox Eliza Eliza- Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth beth Butt Sarah Smith Dorothy Dameron Marvel Curtis Martha Lindsly Jo Frances Powell Eleanor Finley Eugenia Tyree Ida Allen Jones and Frances Mitchell Miss Ruth Graham the sorority sponsor accompanied them

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Mrs Luella St. St Clair Moss went to Kansas City this morning to spend the week-end week as the guest of Mrs Henry N. N Ess Ens She will return Monday

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

M I 4 I 4 4 1 t i 4 4 Start the New Year i iBy I t i By Hearing Hearin H arins I I I i i Miss Nellie Lee Holt i I Ii 1 i t 1 I 4 f i I t on J t tt i 1 4 i I I 4 the Clock II I i i I i at i i t 4 4 1 January 6 1929 L Y I 0 i 4 4 4 1 j ji 1 1 4 1 i I i Burrall Bible Class t tf f I 4 1 I f 4 I I Ii f 4 j tj i t I oJ II Ii Christian Student I i i rf Sunday Morning January I I DR E. E JENSEN JENSENI I will speak on I THE BIBLE BIBLE IS IS IT A FINAL FIN AL l 1 AUTHORITY IN FAITH and MORALS Parker Chapel Chape a. a m. m li i 1 t t tt j i n r- r l. l o h Meet Comic Comie Lands Land's Funniest niest Folks 0 Sunday 0 4 t j You are missing something thi g i if youve you've failed to get acquainted Ik If youre you're seven or seventy E you'll enjoy their antics Every Sunday you'll find 16 big color pages brim full of humor and in these 30 comics Speak to your hell he'll be glad to introduce you to the worlds world's greatest parade of comic lands land's most famous f ou fun folks J. J Every E ...

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