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King Passes "Fair Night'" Bulletin Reports "No Change" in His Majesty's Condition" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

KING PASSES FAIR NIGHT Bulletin R Reports No So Change Chane e in His o Majesty's Condition LONDON Jan 7 7 King UP King George passed a fair night accord accord- according accordI I tog tag to his physicians who vho visited him this morning The official morning bulletin aid said 1 The king had a fair night There re is no change changE- to report in his majesty majesty's majesty's s ty tys ty's s condition This followed the favorable on Sunday bulletin which re reported re- re reported e ported souse some improvement whereas wh previous pre favorable bulletins had ld un rl n 1 n JG i 1 slight light improve improve- P- P men meat m n

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Roy Creed Buried in Snowstorm [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

ROY CREED BURIED IN AIN SNOWSTORM Services Are Conducted by Rev Carl Agee and Rev L. L W. W Smith The boone County Trust Com Corn Company Compan I pany pan was named administrator of the estate of Roy Creed d Cre late this morning by Arthur Bruton Judge of the Probate Court Both Mrs Creed and Woodson Creed renounced their prior Tights rights as administrator In favor of the Trust Company Compan which will post posta a bond of Three wit wit- witnesses witnesses nesses neues to the inspection of Mr i Creeds Creed's Cr 1 papers and ond books were I also mamed daa ed They are arc Sheriff Clyde Ballew Alex Bradford and W W. B B. Nowell Nouell The inspection will not start before to tomorrow to- to tomorrow tomorrow morrow morning Roy Creed C former form r sheriff of Boone County who killed d himself last lasi Thursday night was buried in Co Co- Columbia Columbia Co- Co lumbia Cemetery in a snowstorm Sat Sat- Saturday Saturday afternoon dred persons persona filled the First Chris Chris- C...

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$28,100 Will be Sought in Drive [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

l I o WILL BE BESOUGHT BESOUGHT SOUGHT IN DRIVE Funds for Stephens Col Col- College College College lege Object of Can Can- Canvass Canvass Canvass vass This Week eight Twenty eight thousand and one on onehundred onI onehundred hundred dollars remains to be raised I on the Stephens College drive it was I announced at a meeting of the board of directors of the Chamber of Com Corn Commerce I merce at a meeting luncheon today at noon Four committee chairmen n were ere appointed to complete the work of raising the funds The city will be divided into four districts at Broadway and Ninth Streets and arid each chairman will have charge of the work in his district The chairmen and districts are District l I 1 north of Broadway Broad way and I east of Ninth Street Tom McHarg District 2 2 north of Broadway and andI west of Ninth Street S S. F F. Conley y I District 3 3 south of Broadway and andI west of Ninth Street L L. T T. Ralston I and District 4 south of Broadway I and east of Ninth Stre...

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Judge Collier Begins Service on Bench Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

JUDGE COLLIER BEGINS SERVICE SEk VICE ON BENCH HERE Opens January Term of Boone County Circuit Court ADDRESSES COLLEAGUES Welcomes Welcome N. N T. T Gentry Who f Will Return to Practice of Law Judge Judie H H. A A. his first day M u judge of the Boone County Count Circuit Court this thU morning court for lor the January term After court wa was opened by the be nen i sheriff Clyde Ballew Judge Judie addressed twenty members of the be baa bej who were grouped in front of his hii He thanked them for I friendship ol of the last twenty three ij years and for the courtesy shown him on the first fint day of his service as U judge Judie He gave ve tola Itis Mal ideas of the w qualifications which a Judge J should possess They The were intellectual hon hoes honesty esty judicial and knowledge of laws lawt Ja Mr I a He T sed IxU mn- mn fj iti s the ite bar Hip erston which was assured tar for If ensuing term of the court and acId Mid add added ed With your help and forbear forbearance ance an...

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Stephens Vacation is Over [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

STEPHENS VACATION IS II 1 OVER OVE Special Trains ie t. Bring Ik Girls Girla Back IIa to Columbia Colombia Students Student of Stephens College will wiD begin beam returning from the Christmas holidays tomorrow morning at 10 1046 46 o clock o'clock when the first special train tram arrives in Columbia The T. M. special train trin will bring students from Oklahoma Arkansas and Tex Tea as The first Wabash special train will arrive at 2 20 05 o'clock tomorrow aft aft- afternoon afternoon afternoon bringing na students from St. St Louis LouIa Chicago and eastern Another Ano her Wabash special train will arrive at 2 30 o'clock bringing o students from Kansas Kanau City Cit and west west- western era ern points A special chair car will win be at at- attached attached to the 6 3 o'clock carrying 50 O students from DesMoines Des Dea Moines and that vicinity A special Pullman car will be attached to the 7 o'clock Wabash arriving Wednesday morning carrying 75 76 students from Omaha and points...

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Question Mark and Men Labor under Strain Plane of Its Record Breaking Flight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I QUESTION J MARK MARJ AND MEN LABOR UNDER STRAIN I Plane Enters Seventh f Day of Its Record Record- Breaking Flight Flicht REFUELED THIRTY TOES TIMES Doubt Is I Expressed That Monoplane Can St St. Stay Up Much Longer I toe LOB ANGELES Jan aD T 7 U. U Uj- Uj J Men and motors moten appeared to be fe k 1 1111 under a strain atraIn for forbe the be firs time Ime today as the army monoplane Question Mark entered entend the seventh day da of its Ita shattering record endur endurance nee Inc flight over San Fernando ee Val VaK Val ley y A n Maj Carl Spats sees eom mander of the plane had bad indicated it t would be UD to refuel again before 4 a a. a nu m. m. m three Ulna green flashes flub DI t the Question Marks Mark's gun IUD summoned a gasoline plane plan into IDeo in inthe the air shortly after midnight for forthe 1 forthe the tile thirtieth re The Tb three Me big motors mo were contentedly now after a series of oft minor difficulties Sunday and aDd last IaH st night high which caused...

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To Attend Church Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I TO Dr Alexander AInan Will WID Leave 45 Tv for f. Nashville H. H Dr J. J M M. Alexander pastor of the bIt Presbyterian will Wm leer leave to to morrow for Nashville Team Tenn ws be he will attend a meeting of the aw stew secretaries ol of Use the church throughout the South At this meeting In m which Dr Alexander win will represent r the be PreM churches of Missouri plant pw will win be made for far the vary M Mom Mom- Member ber bee canvass can which win will take CU place in March

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Reports 318 "FLU" Cases in County [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I REPORTS FLU FLIT CASES IN COUNTY Health Officer Records One Death From the Disease in Week 4 There were lit all 31 team cases of iD and one death resulting from the disease recorded in Os Boone BOOM for tor the week ending inding Saturday Dr l. p F O. O 0 Suggett Su county health heIth om officer oer r reported to Dr James Stewart tit state health i lag ing There were wen no ne cases of oC men Ua reported Pew Tew ew new cases case of or have hav been reported at the be University Hoe Hos Hospital pital since the tM opening DI of the its Uni Uret venit according to the ent ant Every BY day these there are a at few ate- ate dents denU admitted to the hospital bet most DOlt of them have baY merely bed bad seMi

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Judge Shaw Fines Taxi Driver [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Judge Skew fines Fine Taxi Tad Driver Orl Paul Pau Hatton driver for tor the 14 11 Cab Company I was wu fined tined Ift I and aDd costs coY by bJ Police Judge Judae W W. D D. Shaw for speed speed- speeding speeding ing in on South Sixth Street Attest Hatton Hat n was wu charged with th driving forty miles an hour He pleaded guilty to deW deW- driving deWing ing in excess of the speed limit which Is ia twenty miles per hour but denied that he was u going above thirty

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Union to Hold Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

UNION moON TO MOLD HOLD BAN ft Dinner at Tiger Betsi is aaI Event 1 Be y Columbia Columbi Typographical Union No ilo- iloIlO IlO will wW hold its Ita annual aDD banquet at aft Usa the Tiger Motel Hotel tomorrow night PrIed Fried chicken win will be served The guests will be Z M U. Whine editor Ind and aDd proprietor Pt of 01 the DaUr Tribune Dean Walter Williams Uni Vu- University verity School of Journalism Prank Frank Franklin Ito lin Z B. Reagan prosecuting attorney Judge Judie P P. B. B Cunningham presiding judge Judie of the be County Court Judge H K A A. A Collier 0 Prank Frank L L. Martin MarUD pro pro- professor I fessor of or journalism at the Use shy lit Boils Hollis dwards associate and 14 city editor of the Daily at sod I J. J p. p Hamel Hansel sports apoI edI editor of f ties the theof Tribune Tb be president of each local Jc union will wiD be invited About thirty guest geNIe are ate expected to be present The rIM Thet t I local typographical union has baa seven seven- ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

PAGE TWO I THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY rIONDA y JANUARY 7 7 1929 r

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Caulfield Has New Plan for Consolidation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

1 CAULFIELD HAS I 1 NEW PLAN FOR CONSOLIDATION CONSOLIDA Program Differs From That of Associated ed Industries 4 TO BE PR PRESENTED SOON Both Houses to Hear Pro Pro- Proposal Proposal Proposal Shortly After Jan 14 In tie t e Missouri Mi souCi Assembly t Today By United Pr SENATE ATE Reconvened ened this afternoon aft at 3 Increased salary bill for lor state sta te officials considered Appointment of committees be- be l e- e gun IUn HOUSE Reconvened after week end re recess re- re recess cess at 2 Appointment ot of a commit committees be be- be gun Plans flans for inaugural of gov go governor nor el-nor and other stale stac sta c s next Monday considered r JEFFERSON JEFFERSON JEFFERSON- CITY T Jan 7 7 UP UPA A A program for fot the consolidation of uI i t related state bureaus arid and depart- depart departments j I I ments will be proposed cd by Governor J Governor Governor- 1 t I elect Henry S. S eld in prefer 1 J I ence dice to the plan of the Associated ted ii i Industries oi 01 ...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

j I At the Hospitals I It I t I I t University t ty i l Edward Pope Ruby B Jo- Jo Joi I i j f ph d Embrey f v Russell Layne Lane Lee L Herbert Sims An- An Ani Anit I i 1 isle nie Louise Huggins Merle Chandler I j it and Haskell Dyer were re admitted d 1 Saturday Dayton Pauley Claire I i Edwin Peterson Mrs frs Virginia S1 Seth Downs Fred I I j t Boyd and Bailey were ad ad- adI j I yesterday t Althea Aithea Truitt Bessie Bessle Parmenter I Florence Williamson Raymond Hem Hem- ming ining Jackson and Elmer Elmert t I McMullen were discharged Saturday I I 1 William Thompson Mrs r Helen He n Le- Le Lei I i j I Crone Cron Verleta Lawrence Ura Mae tae jf John Fellows Mrs Edith I if t Irion Abe Pollock Dea B. B Calvin I t. t Madelyn Richard Slack and andt andI j t I Mrs Lena Grooms were discharged i yesterday eS t Boone Boon County I t Evalena Pollock was admitted d this I afternoon

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Centralia Woman Slightly Improved [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

1 I Central Woman W Slightly S ht Improved I Mrs Sam Sain Denton of Centralia t 1 who was in tn an automobile accident Jan 1 1 is suffering front from severe sere se re in injuries in- in injuries 1 juries as u a result of the r The accident happened when the car in t. t which Mrs Denton was riding Wa a af f I truck struck by Wabash train No 9 A Ai i trained nurse has been In attend attend- attendance t I ance anee upon Mrs Denton and it has ha j I i been reported that her h r condition is i j serious She is is however howe at n t the tile I present time slightly improved cd

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

f I Too Late to Classify I II I LOST LOST Between Between Missouri Mi Avenue A nue I and Rosemary Lane tan scarf with I red Jed and blue design on Sunday at 1 1 noon Finder please pl ase call Green reen I POR FOR RENT To quiet boys bo s 's for forI I I second nd semester attractive well fur- fur lIMbed rooms in quiet modern mod rn home near white campus beds Everything clean and sanitary anita y Gar Oar age ace 1312 Phone 8 2 i. i L ROOMS FOR BOYS for second f semester emea r. r Two double rooms room Rea Rea- Reasonable I if get Jet four boys 19 Alien AJlen H n t Place Phone 1827 1 t ROOMS FOR PaR GIRLS GIRLS Single Single room I 1 r double room and room Very de- de def f 17 S. S St. St Phone 1032 4 Card Th d of Thanks k I We wish to express our oar appreciation appreciation II tion to all our ne bor and and I friends friend for their the r sympathy and I kindness at the death deaths of our moth moth- mother er Cr and grandmother 1 T. T EDWIN LANCASTER ELSIE B. B LANCASTER AND FAMIL...

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Rev. A. W. Tandy Will Speak Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

REV A. A W. W TANDY T 1 WILL SPEAK HERE i i Fulton Man M MantO t to Address I Banquet B at Baptist B. B I Center Tomorrow I The ROY Rm R A. A W. W Tandy of the First Baptist Churca at Fulton will br be bc principal speaker s ak r at an all men's I banquet b to tl be hP held tomorrow evening at 6 30 o'clock in 1 tile the Baptist Stu Stu- Student Student I dent Center here hert according to an announcement nt made by the program committee B. B F. F Hoffman HoHman T. T J. J Wal- Wal WalI iker I ker and the Rev Re L. L W W. Smith I Cookin Cooking arid and preparing of or the th meal Albert Rum- Rum meal mal will ill be done by mans Franklin F Reagan D. D R. R Mill Mill- jrr I er and R. R V V. Harmon The serving I will a ill be br done by the following H. H 0 O Severance T. T H. H Brooks Drook J. J P. P Hetz- Hetz H tz- tz ilor Ie ic C. C R. R Everman E E. E B. B K Ht vit A. A I W. W Sapp Noel ocl Edwards and H. H A AI I Ball Lath Tickets may be secured at 50 cents cent centI ach from an...

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The Rev. and Mrs. Taylor Better [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I I I I I I I The Rev Rt and Mrs Mr Taylor Better The Th Rev He and Mrs frs Sam Frank Taylor Ta who are ill in the Boone County Hospital with the influenza spent p nt a fairly restful night last night Their temperature however has remained high and their con con- condition conI dillon for the tile last few days is only slightly improved

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Miss Saidee Stean Ill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I i I 1 M S an In Miss Saidee e Stean principal of the David id H. H Hickman High School is ill III at her home at 1209 sity a. a t. t

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23 Students Attend Scout Conference [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

23 STUDENTS i ATTEND SCOUT I CONFERENCE j I t I Group Meets at Local j I Cabin Over Last Week-End Week I LEADERSHIP IS STRESSED I I Men Receive Training in inI I Nature Study Hiking liking and Tracking Th The week end ek nd training conference for Scout leaders leader conducted I by the local loral Boy Scout organization or and the Y M. M C. C A. A A was wa held for Of University UI students at the th V. p J Scout Cabin Saturday and andye j yesterday ye with a total attendance of oft twenty t wenty-t wenty hrC I 1 I j i 1 j j I The Tho program prof was revised r i fd because bees ue of C the cold weather wrather so o as to t r mainly of indoor activity aC l ity and train train- ing n Saturday niB evening a typical t pi ll S council fire was held with sith oL ivories ones series and al d refreshments hn n s. s The Bull Patrol led It'd by Harold Wit Wil- hamson lumson won w-on the th prize prie of the t h 11 tog by scoring r lC-r lg Uw tha most moat points ui the patrol inter contests...

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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

I Today's Market Reports I By y Unit PT Pr Pram M Ea East it St. St Louis Loui-i Livestock t k klo Hogs lo s. s OOOO market 15 high high- higher er er 50 JO Ibs lbs I lbs bs lb lbs Ibs lC lbs Ibs 90 Ibs lbs 6 75 packing sows 8 i 8 Cattle Oa calves 1200 steers s Er steady v to strong s beef bee steers secs s 10 12 ll light ht yearling steers st end heifers heir rs U 12 beef ue f cows Co low lo cutters cut and cutter cows 7 7 T 18 heavy v calves cal 12 12 12 bulk stockers and and feeder fe der steers ste rs 9 59 i 10 Sheep Sh p. p q table steady st ady top too fat lambs 1325 13 5 bulk fat lambs 1 11 r 1525 15 5 bulk cull C lambs 1 1050 1150 11 bulk fat ewes 7 O. O Chicago o Livestock I. I Hogs JIH S 4 UC inkot nl tt active to toi i ship ship- and arid 11 packers i mostly 13 1 13 j 1 JC higher than Saturday a top toj i 92 paid p ld for 16 OO lb Ib weights w i I butchers bu medium to choice 25 lbs Ibs l s. s 2 0 lbs Ibs 9 H 92 25 1110 Ibs lbs 85 9 3 16 lbs Ibs 92 packing sows 7 73 73 I ...

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