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"Duties" of the Press [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Duties of the Press From The Dally Telegraph London That somewhat imperfect understanding of the Press which has often been observed in statesmen may be detected in m certain references to the duties dunes of the Press Preas made by the Foreign Secretary at the British Pilgrims' Pilgrims banquet Alluding to the Kellogg Pact Sir Austen Chamberlain truly said aid that it laid J a anew anew anew new obligation upon the publicists of all countries to work for peace and to be slow to excite or entertain suspicion So it has beets been b n accepted by all the leading newspapers of this country and what better proof of that could be desired than the strict reserve of their comment upon President Coolidge's Coolid es e's Armistice Day speech and the deliberate abstention from answering back The British Press has a keen sense sens of responsibility in international inter inter- international International national affairs in spite of what statesmen are too apt to think as when the late Lord B...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Whoa, Pegasus! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I I II I il I Whoa Pegasus I II IToda Toda I L lesson lessonS son S in nse SCENE The Doctors Doctor's Office I FIRST LADY Do you jou suppose the doctor will be back from lunch lunchI I soon 1 I just wanted to see him a ai i moment I stopped on the th road as j my Iny husband and I are on the way j to 10 the country to take some pictures i because he only has Saturday after after- I I I anted to ask him whether little boy Junior should keep on with the th quinine This is the third i time ve e stopped stop d and I know my husband is Anxious to get off You I would think he would leave leae lea e me j wouldn't woud lt you Ou j I I SECOND SECOND LADY LADY- I dont don't think it iti i will be long I wanted to tell the I doctor about some pills but he will willI I I have ha to see so many before he can cannet canI I net t to me He gave them to me last lest week I He Hf told me to take them o cr over the telephone with a little bot- bot bottIe tIe tIc of for fr my heart but butI butI I I ...

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Caulfield Must Pray for Rain to Indulge in an Unusual Hobby [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

i Caulfield Must Pray t-Pray Pray I for Rain Ra n to Indulge in an Unusual Hobby S JEFFERSON CITY Jan 5 UP Golf cards or such diversions di wilt will not occupy the time of Governor- Governor I elect Henry Hnry S. S Caulfield But a rainy night may find the incoming incon ng gov gov- governor governor governor and Mrs Caulfield eld tramping through the city For that is the nearest hobby that the new chief executive has walking has walking in m the rain When he went to Washington some twenty years ars ago as a congressman from the eleventh ele district Governor Governor- elect and Mrs Caulfield began this pastime So the more rainy nights the bet bet- better better better ter for the new governor who will willbe willbe willbe be inaugurated Jan 14

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Leaders' Course Plans Announced [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

S S I r I 1 I t I e t C i ti a e e d t r LEADERS LEADERS' COURSE COURSE I PLANS ANNOUNCED I Boy Scout Training Con Con- Conference Conference ference Started Today The program for the Scout Lead Lead- Leaders Leaders Leaders ers Conference to be held today and tomorrow under und r the direction of the Y M. M C. C A. A and the local Scout of office of- of office office fice was today The program for tor today is as fol fol- follows fol- fol follows s Ilo lows 3 p. p m. m Nature m.-Nature Nature hike under the direction of O. O R. R John John- Johnson son 4 30 p. p m Patrol rn-Patrol Patrol organization 5 S pm p. p Bunk m.-Bunk Bunk making and camp details p. p Supper rn-Supper Supper I p. p m. m Patrol rn-Patrol Patrol meetings 7 p p. m. m Camp rn-Camp Camp Fire program of songs stunts stories and question qu stion hour 9 0 30 p. p m m. in 9 43 p. p p m m. Taps Tomorrow the program will be as follows 7 a. a m. m Reveille 7 30 a a. m rn m. Breakfast 8 15 a. a Police rn-Police Police c...

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M. U. Alumni on Same Staff [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I j I t M. M V. V ALUMNI ON SAME STAFF O. O G. G Carpenter arp O. O E. E Riley With ith N. N Y V. y Advertising Agency A O. O G G. Carpenter graduate of the School of or Journalism in 1915 and andI j I Oscar E. E Riley graduate in 1912 are arenow ar arenow now both members mem bers of the staff staf of the Lyddon Han Hanford ford and Kimball Inc international advertising agen agn agency cy in the New York office Carpenter began as advertising manager for the Golfers Golfers' Magazine was art director of Montgomery Ward and account man in the Er- Er ErI Erwin I I wm win w j nand and Wasey Advertising Agency He also worked for the McGraw Hill Service ice Bureau and the Class Clas Journal Jour Jour- Journal Journal 1 nal Company Riley has worked or on orthe the St. St Louis Globe Democrat and was at one time news editor of the th j 1 japan Advertiser

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Compensation is Increased by Act [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

S COMPENSATION IS IS- INCREASED BY ACT Phillips Report Shows I Workmen Benefit by byI 4 I State Law ST. ST LOUIS Jan 5 UP In In In- In InI I workmen who benefit n nt under j the Missouri Workmen's Compensation 1 tion hon Commission receive an average of ot per injury compared with lith 50 or 60 under the old common law Ja Alroy S. S S Phillips chairman said S yesterday Only personal injury cases out of some potential pot nUal lawsuits have hae been appealed to the courts from the findings of the commission since it took office in 1926 Phillips said in commenting on Gov Gay Sam Bakers Baker's statement of yesterday in which the governor said the most remarkable record ever made Virtually all of the cases have I been settled without v ever coming be be- before before fore the commission for formal hear hear- 1 ling ing Phillips said He estimated that less than formal hearings had hadI I been held in the two years of the commissions commission's existence existe I The compensation law ...

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Students Travel 2800 Miles in Sixty-Nine Hours in Auto [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Students Travel 2800 Miles 1 in Sixty-Nine Sixty Hours in Would I do It over again Well Im I'm m not superstitious but theres there's a limit to the amount of luck one person can have That was the comment of Nathan Sobel senior in inthe the he University ltv who lives at South Sixth Street as he finished d telling elling about the th trip which he and seven even other oth r University students made to their homes in the East during the holidays The party chartered a Peerless sedan edan from a local cab company and drove to Newark N. N J. J in near rec rec- record record rec- rec record ord time their thirty-one thirty hour trip mating beating train time by about six hours From Newark to New York City Sobel l who was in charge of ot the trip made the distance in for for- forty forty forty ty minutes a aThe The Th return trip was made mad in thir thir- ty-eight ty hours with about thirty hours spent in actual running time The trip round-trip was wu made in sixty sixty- nine hours with...

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Mrs. Lancaster is Buried [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I L MRS LANCASTER IS BURIED J Dr Waldrip Conducts Services at t Broadway M. M E. E Church hurh Funeral services were held yester yester- yesterday yesterday day afternoon at o'clock at the Broadway Mett Metr list Church for Mrs Lizzie Evalena Street Lancaster 68 Range Line who was in instantly in- in instantly Instantly killed at 4 o'clock Wednes Wednes- Wednesday Wednesday day afternoon when the car in inI which she was WM riding was struck by bi another car on Highway 40 r. r ar the Log Cabin Filling Pilling Station Sta west w st of Columbia Dr Marion Waldrip conducted the services which were werf held in con con- connection connection i with those of the local chap chap- chapter chapter chapI I ter of the Eastern Star The Rev J. J D. D Randolph of Mexico who was I to assist with the service was wa un un- unable unable unable I able to reach Columbia on ac account ac- ac account account count of the condition of the Hie 1 roads The pallbearers were H n Arm Arm- strong A. A L. L Jo...

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

I 0 1 BUSY BEE BARBER SHOP Open 7 a. a m. m to 7 p. p m. m i Saturdays 9 p. p m. m mI I SHAVE ZOc i Hair Cot Cut Saturdays Saturdays I I II N. N th St St. 4 2 2 L- L I The highways of buying FOLLOW V tIe the highway high markings and you cant can't go wrong That's the advice ad the Automobile Club gives res you before starting on a motor trip You follow the well known well-marked well roads loads And you rou reach your destination the safest most comfortable way wa T. T J Why not follow v the same rule in your shopping Why not stick to the highways of buying They have been just as carefully plotted and are just as carefully marked as the great motor roads youve you've to depend the trade-marks trade come upon Marked by of reliable advertised products The next time you go shopping follow v these highways high Before you start look through the advertisements in these columns Pick out the products you tOU want Notice the store names and trade-marks trade that identify them And then ask...

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

1 L THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY 5 S. 1929 PAO m P

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Board Appoints Superintendents [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

ARD ARD APPOINTS I I Il SUPERINTENDENTS l State Jute Fair Body Names 7 Missouri College of I Agriculture Men MenI Among Amon the appointments made mad I at the annual meeting of ofu u HB Missouri State Fair Board at atI I for lor the superintendent of the more important departments were I en Missouri College of Agriculture Prof E E. A A. Trowbridge was waa made madeI I of horses horae Prof L L. A A. Aver ver ver superintendent of ot swine arl R R. Garrison instructor In the they y department superintendent of Iry products T T. T T T. Martin super super- dent of or the Boys and Girls H 4 Club work F F. T T. Simpson of Colum Colum- Columbia bia bis formerly an Instructor in tn the College of Agriculture s superintend superintend- u per In tend tend- got nt of cattle C C. W W. Sheppard of Warrensburg a graduate of the Col Col- College lege ge of ot Agriculture superintendent of stock Judging Roy T T. Kirkpat- Kirkpat rick instructor in field crops super super- superintendent of agricul...

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Centralia in Darkness Early Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Centralia in Darkness Early Today The north side of Centralia was wa I I left eft in darkness between 3 and 4 3 30 I o o'clock clock this morning when the fuses fuse ii on em the transmission line from Mex Mex- Mexico leo ico Mo were blown out and while the power was turned oft off of dUrIng th thUne the Une that the repair work was gom gomon going on C C. E. E Gillan superintendent o othe ot of the water and li light ht department was in charge of the repair work am and the replacement of the fuses fuse N No serious erious damage was done to th the transmission line

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At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I At the Theaters I I Missouri Monday 1 the Missouri Theater will I rp p p p. with its first sound picture wakening Awakening with ith Vilma ilma Banky Louis Louts and Walter Byron Bvron Sound and musical arrangement is isby isby IsbIT by bIT the Hugo Orchestra There will also be three acts of starting as a regular fea fea- feature fea- fea tire lure the first three days s of the wee weel Hall Hail Sins Of The Fathers Fathers' is another strictly Emil EmU Jannings of type pic plc- picture picture ture which surpasses The Way of All Flesh but falls short of The Patriot shown here recently Jan Jan- Jannings flings Dings has good support in this pic picture plc- plc picture ture hire which is the story of a waiter who turns bootlegger and becomes rich only to regret what he has done Forceful characterizations such as have ha com only from Jan Jan- flings Dings in recent months are in m this production ft Varsity y Bebe Daniels in m What A Night covers avers the usual wealth of action i...

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

L Too Late to Classify I LOST LOST Brown Brown leather purse on Ith th street t 1 i il 1 Bible College Block ward r r- 1551 1 Green DIOS WANTED x i- i Garage RENT ENT Garage near Conle ione 1317 FOR RENT RENT Fur Fur Fur- fished hot v cr rooms room well heated side c r telephone Green LOST LOST White White and black fox terrier answers to name Zig Zig Zig-zag zag collar with name me Gwinn Henry a also aiSO so license of Call 2348 LOsT Brown Brown billfold Money and papers Reward Call at 6 Blair Court GARAGE FOR RENT 3 Willis A Avenue Phone FOR POR RENT-January RENT Nc rOOm bun bungalow alow with garage garag mod- mod modin modin in m every ever way Call 2158 ROOMS For four girls or upper men 07 Hitt St St. Phone arr 5 HO SALESMAN tAN WANTED W Must WANTED Must have ha an auto V or r driving rig Need Nf d no be ia SWay aay fy 1 home ome ni nights OpportunIty Ity i fer y hard hird worker to establish h busi busi- business I ness fleas paying a and id upward month month- mont h- h cL ly...

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William Vare in Race for Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

William V Vare a e i in in Race for lor Life i 11 I I T 5 A Ai v a Wai j William S S. S art Vare are Pennsylvania senior senator na or el ct and one on time one time political boss here is pictured on the da d dash h to Honda which physicians said was his only chance for life liff His lIis strength th sapped saPP d by dozens of political politic con con- conferences confer fer he suffered a serious setback in the illness that has ha confined con him himin him himIn in Atlantic City for many months When hen ares art train halted in Phila Phila- Philadelphia delphia he was as wheeled to the observation platform to greI a crowd d of 01 admirers n

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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

II I LI Radio Programs I Tomorrows Tomorrow s Best st Radio Programs m Copyright 1929 If 29 b by L United Pres Pre's WOR Nev Nevark ark aik c 42 2 CST New York Philharmonic phony I I NBC Midwest Network 6 CST Chicago Symphony Orchestra I I and Network 6 CST CST CST- Barrer Barren ml e. e and 2nd Network 7 15 CST CST CST- I Colliers Colliers' Radio Hour and Nc Network o k 8 15 CST I Florence Au Austral soprano I Mondays Monday's s Best st Radio Prof Programs rams f E and Ne Nework work 8 30 CST Grace Moore soprano WOR VOR and 8 30 CST CST CST- Hour Houi and Network N t ork 9 30 CST Opera is and Network C 30 CST CST CST- Roxy Roxy's s Gang and Network 8 CST CST Na Na National Automobile Show Sho i I Among Tonight Tonight's Best nf t Programs I I 6 A 45 A week of the Worlds World's Busi Busi- ness NBC to and 7 Godfrey Godfre Ludlow violInist NBC to I 7 National Orchestra tra NBC to and WOW VO 7 Sam 30 30 Sam Herman xylophonist NBC to 8 Lew Lew White W tf Organ Recital NBC to 8 Mildred ...

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Westminster Successful [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I WESTMINSTER ESTl SUCCESSFUL Fulton College ollege to Receive Gift of Rockefeller Foundation Dr M M. E E. Melvin president of Westminster College Coll ge Fulton has an an- announced announced announced that the college had been successful in m its campaign in I o-der o to claim the offered t I the Rockefeller Foundation of New York The campaign was carried on I throughout the past year vear and al although al- al although although though the exact figures are as yet unknown Dr Melvin was assured of tr the success of the th campaign Gifts were still being received d at t campaign headquarters at St St. Louis last Tues Tues- Tuesday Tuesday day and nd Wednesday W St St. Louis alumni contributed more th thus 11 third one-third of the total r mount that was raised rals d. d More than was subscribed in Fulton and Callaway Callaway County during the cam cain campaign camI campaign conducted there in October

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Treasury Predicts Surplus [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I i I i TRE TREASURY PREDICTS SURPLUS Statement Made In Spite of Deficit On Dec 31 WASHINGTON Jan n 5 U P Treasury experts predicted yesterday that thet th t the government will finish the fiscal ve ye r with a sizeable surplus despite d previous predictions of 34 deficit Receipts always are larger during the last t six ix months of the fiscal year r it i v was as es pointed out and March tax taxi from corporations are ex expected ex- ex expected to at least equal those col col- collected col- col earlier in the fiscal year I At At the close of the calendar year Dec 31 31 the treasury treasur treasury according to the statement for that day released ye ve had a deficit of 6 76 76 This deficit however is no considered indicative of what th treasury will show at close of the tho fiscal year next June 30

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Fred Barratt and Wife [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I Fred Free Barratt and Wife Wile I a 1 iii ii Fred F Barratt center on the th Oho Ohio State Stat Intensity football team tam last fall faiL wa was married In I lansing inK Mich the th other da day to tn Miss Mis Martha Kirt Barratt will ill return turn to Columbus to his studies while Mm Mrs n Barratt will live with her parents in Detroit troit for the present nt

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On M. U. Campuses [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I r On M. M U U. Campuses COMPLETE RIFLE I SCHEDULE DRAWN Iowa State Is Missouri's First Valley League Opponent t A complete schedule of Rifle Club matches ma with other schools has been formulated according to Capt Gil Gil- Gilbert Gilbert GIlbert bert C C. Parker coach of the Rifle Club who states that the schedule is t- final and that the th matcher matche will ill willbe willbe b be shot according to it itA it A schedule of matches has been bf en made mad for the freshmen and women members of the club as well as a heavy schedule for Varsity members The Varsity will probably make but two trips away from the University Uni this year One will be made to Washington University at St St. Louis and the other probably to Jefferson City Ci ty The remainder of the matches will be carried on by mail or b by tele tele- telegraph graph The schedule of Varsity y Missouri 1 Valley League matches is as fol fol- follows follos follo's fol- fol follows lows s Week ending Jan 26 Iowa State Feb 2 U...

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