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   Ames Daily Tribune and Evening Times (Newspaper) - December 3, 1928, Ames, Iowa                                Scanning the News FC Millions of British subjects con Uuued today in anxiety over the i illnesa of King George Physi 1 noted a slight improvement in the lung Infection Beared his licart might not be able to aland the strain From far down the j cast coast of Africa the prince of Wales heir to the throne Jpceds toward the royal bedside At the earliest hecannot arriyp until December ljtbr 12 i STORY COUNTYS DAILY The Ames Daily Tribune AIND EVENING TIMES WEATHM F01KCAST IOWA Uwrtttel tonight and TuetMfoy Probably flurriM Colder tonlglp In cwt portion Much coWer In portion VOLUME LUI AMES IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 3 1928 United Press Full Leased Wire With Automatic Printer WO 130 The London exchange i fleets the public concern over ttie illness Trading was dull I ftoday as groups of brokers gathl pred about the tickers more con cerned about news of the king I than of stock movements Trades people of the country are doubly apprehensive The loss to retail merchants theaters hotels and r other business would he enormous should the king die Large stocks accumulated for the Christmas trade would be unmoved Lloyds reports a mass of applications for insurance against such a contin sency A board of five engineers ap pointed to investigate the Boulder dam proposal recommends con jstructibn at Black canyon instead reports that the proposed struc ture would impound 26000000 I acre feet of water that failure would ineaii the destruction of fire towns a wide area of fertile k irrigated land A death toll of more than 200 600 property damage of a huge figure was registered Sat urday in the Chilean earthquake Two cities of a combined popula tion of 50000 were razed only 5 per cent of the buildings being unharmed Today the Chilean government was embarked upon extensive re lief measures If for any reason Its officials are unable to cope fully withthe situation the Unit prt might be able to help We hare an accomplished relief administrator south of the equa tor at this ven dentelect Herbert Hoover CONGRESS TODAY Thirtyone Iowa banks with de more than 10000000 tailed during the first 11 months of this year slightly more than half as many in the correspond ing period of 1927 and onetenth as many as in the three preceding years Those closed this year are W fn 0 hjeculttlrftwaresad subsequent ootiauuu of uie postwar period There may be a few more at scat tered points in the state but for the nart Iowa bankers have successfully emerged from the most distressing period in Iowa banking history It is not likely that there will be another such situation for many cratfon of Iowa bankers Uas learn ed its lesson well will pass on the instruction FIRST COME FIRST SERVED 1 it be lieved that some legislation to farther guard depositors is not it should be pass ed only after the most carefni consideration by bankers experi enced financiers and legislators Interests of depositors must be Bafeguarded to the fullest extent but so also must bank interests The two are closely knit HMMLESSEE DO I WAWT A DRUMSTl OR A WI GUESS YOU CAH nor AT JHtAI LEGISLATION IS JEFOfiE MEMBERS Graveure to Appear Here Friday en First Tour as Tenor Louis Graveure long one of the studied music in France and Ger leading baritones in the until he suffered a ner norary world of music will appear breakdown He worked ou Ames Friday evening on his fishing smacks in the English jifirst concert Jour as a tenor channel until he had regained His concert here will be the sechis health After again preparing c i pnd on the Iowa State collegeI make his debut he fell ill HXtra OCSSlOn Debate artists series Discarding hip repertoire of 800 songs and his famous ovaio Graveure made his debut as a tenor in New York in February Is Commanding Attention Of tuis year only a few days af with diphtheria and his voice was reduced to a whisper Discarding for the lime his plans for a career in music he went to South Africa with a WASHINGTON Dec Tic snventieih me here his last bantcne recital He noon today for its Kiort session i has been hailed by Einstein caking a six months recess to noted German musicsd as sume of the leKtstue successor ofCaiuso e Uli lc ive business of the uaiiotiwhere i Only this fau he appeared in turned and after another perio Inf t frittiftitvtA fe b i rdsnme diamond hunting expedition Here he lost his money and endured the perils and hardships of the Again however his voice re off last June With staid formality senate Germany iu tho operas Pagliacci Faust aifd house convened In their in the spring of l92j spective hails at opposite ends state opera in Berlin of the capitol performing only ml will sing with of study he came to America cducated in Englanrl Gravrure home in New York Oily the routine business of organizing before adjourning until tomorrow nut of respect for members who died during the summer iVice President Charles C presided over the crowded j senate chamber the proceedings which were watched by galler ieS filled with a distinguished polit I ical and social representation He Imptinled the rostrum as the clock shpwed 12 and with a stroke of his i gavel asked order from senators j who stood at attention at their I desks while prayer was offered 1000 in Galleries Speaker Nicholas Longworth performed the same function in the house where there were near ly 1000 persons in the galleries Longworth had a harder time and at last gained success as a the i concert baritone j He is married to Eleanor Pain Born in Belgium1 but reared nd i ter operetta star and makes his AMES PASTOR RESIGNS POST Would Take Synodi cal Position The Rev L Myron Boozer pas ty llas been made the defendant his senators After the roll was called to PARTY INSPECTSlStateSeHs Ames has been singularly for tunate in its banks The local fi nancial institutions efficiently ofi fleered and firmly grounded the storm without a quiver Depositors of Ames banks at no time bad reason to fear I now owns its own Slight plant is LIGHTING PLANT Burlington Would Get Lesson From Ames The reputationof the city of Ames as ari operator of its own public utilities has attracted at tention even beyoad the boundar ies of the state City officials and a newspaper man from Bloomington IU came here Sunday for an inspection of the citv properties particularly light plant checking distribu csts number of Deters plant valuation and other items Clt of Bloomington which and tqdajr their savings were nev er safer An iridescent purple vest worn by Senator Blease of South Caro lina gave Washington correspon dents something to write about today as the seventieth congress convened its short session Both houses adjourned quickly out of respect to members who have died since adjournment last June will meet Tuesday to hear President Coolidges message which one capital newspaper nian has termed his last for at least five years interested in extending its scope to cover its territory much as the territory is covered in Ames that is to serve business and residence districts streets and industries The population of Bloomington is about 30000 Ben S Rhodes mayor of Bloom ington and C C Williams super intendent of water and light akd others were members of the party The group had already visited Cedar Falls and Webster City and went on from here to Fremont Neb More than 700 measures are said to be ready for introduction as soon as tbe session gets down to real work Tariff revision seems practically impossible Some farm bloc members are at tempting to avoid action on agri cultural relief believing nodoubt that they might fare better under a Hoover administration How ever Senator McNary author of a twice vetoed relief measure is determined to push for the tas sage of his hop ing that the extra session may Oe avoided As in the past there is a lack of unified opinion on the relief being not the least of reasons why it has been so long delayed may be further Mabel Walker Willebrandt as sistant attorney generalwhose campaign activities were vigor ously denounced by her opponents and not openly commended by re publican party leaders has con fessed in her annual report that liquor smuggling across the Ca nadian border has increased 73 per cent h the last three years continues an unsolved problem years the largest trading m vry county Ames be comes now the largest retail cen ter of a much wider area Coin cident with the opening of the new Montgomery Ward and com pany store here Saturday there was on Ames business streets one of the largest shopping crowds in the history of the city according to persons who havc ived here many years Included in the crowd Probably many persons who had before shopped here Many Continued On Pago Six City Council to Hold Regular Meet The city council which will hold its first December meeting at8 oclock tonight in the council chamber atthe city hall will prob ably finda place on its agenda for theidiscussion of the proposed new street lighting system for the business sections of the city A petition of business men ask ing the council to foster the pre posai received by the council at its Nov 19 meeting 66PureBred Dairy Cattle Ia Dec head of purebred Hoi stein cattle raised at Iowa state institutions today went on the block here at the opening of a paid KING GEORGE IN C RECONDITION Heart Weakens Under Strain of Illness 1 commanding order from his larger group of colleagues than did Dawes prayers mark down officially the names of those present This procedure required bat a few minutes ia the senate but nearly a half hour in thej house The senate session lasted but 15 tdmutes adjourning at p miyipon motion of Senator Borah e i x i ant of tor of the Collegiate Presbyterian church Sunday submitted his resignation to his congregation in order that he may accept the prooffered position of synodical executive of the Iowa Presbyter Story County Is Made Defendant by Chicago Firm Tribunes County News Service NEVADA Dec coun in a suit filed in the district court here by tlio C A Pistzer Lumber company of Chicago The Pistzer company is suing to obtain the return of a check for S135 which they filed in re Senator Idaho and gently createdwould be respon otherjnembefs who died Most of the jld familiar faces i were present for the brief ritual discussing the outcome of the j presidential election Mitch Inter est centered on the irridiscent I purple vest of Senator Cole Blease j of South Carolina a garment iair synod to which position he December of 1926 with a bid for was elected ia October furnishing lumber to Story coiin The congregationAvlll bold ajty The company was awarded business session immediately af the contract but failed to file ite ter the regular church service contract within the specified time next Sunday morning to deterj necessitating a reletting of the con niine what action will be taken tract by the county board of sv the acceptance or rejection pervisors in the latter part of of Ihf resignation wliich was I January of 1927 the contract made effective JatJuary i 192D j vas awarded to another company The itev Mr Boozei who would j Failure of the Pistzer company be the first to hold the complete its contract within the time recuirefl by caused the of supervisdrs ib declare a forfeit of thg check whichhad ac bid siblefor the carrying out of the Presbyterian church program thru out 0e state of Iowa and would have charge of the interdenomi national work in the state v The Rev Mr Boozer came to Ames in 1922 from Corvallis Ore where he had served for three LONtlON Dec Georges remained ser this evening and Ws doctors movement wiiich may assure farmers financial safety despite agricultural reverses and change Iowa from an agricultural to a dairy state which turned colors of tbefirears as Presbyterian rainbow some others Recetys Congratulations Senator Simmons of North Caro pastor at Oregon State college Previously he had been a Presby teriaa minister in Oregon for 32 years ling and Heflin of Alabama demo Jjere After a bad night during which oxygen was administered to bol Governor Smith received some 790 Since he has been pastor membership of the crats who fought the election of I church has Doubled now totaling ster the kings strength congratulations Heflin stack toj During his fiist year here the majesty survived the most critii MS chair receiving only those who j Rev Mr Boozer instituted the state board of control They were taken from state herds at 10 of 15 state institutions The kings heart weakened under eluding tae stenographers the strain of his lung infection The board of control oxygen was administered to ing to A M McColl chairman i booter ms strength Anxious subjects crowded about Radio legislation Boulder Dam Muscle Shoals railroad consolida tiona dozen government approp riation some 700 other college by He also instituted similar din ners at Oregon State Dorothy Boozer the Rev vir Boozers second daughter a grad of Iowa State college and a the Sates of Buckingham palace i measures faced the 530 senators graduate student here last Tear Tlic orieinal purpose was twon ta millions is the British em fold to rpro vide milkand cream their vigil from to inmatesoftVe institutions at the ends of the earth loss than it would cost to pur Stanley Baldwin ihe prime chase it and to inmates ister conferred for half an hbur sometliins to do in caring for the j with Lord Dawson of Penn phy sician in ordinary to the king Silk hats and cutaways furnish ed the usual glamour in the gal leries and on the floor as the legis has Just become editor of the Journal of Science published by the bureau of science of the gov ernment at Manila in the Philip eLater as herds increased in i Sir the 1 uppermost in their minds tariff size the plan was expanded to home secretary who visited the and farm relief include the selling of blooded king announced in stock to Towa farmers that they the Constitutional lators 75 of whom not oe jpine islands The journal is ac present after March 4 meandered r counted the most important scien thrn the loobies asking what would i tine publication in tho Orient be done about the two subjects Lavelle Boozer the eldest daughter is a teacher of com mercial subjects in the Stanhope a speech atj Tile farm bloc aided by other schools club that leaders was attempting to per Tbe youngest daughter Miriam quate farm possible session The advocates of a tariff revision might improve their lierds and the king was slightly better begin dairy instead of agricul but warned against too great op tural farming i timism At the present time McColl Sir William said told the United Press 1400 head j do not want to deceive of purebred Holstein cuttlfe arc you for one moment by savins i tllis grolP included nearly included in state herds Between tuat tnc Mugs iliuess is over i ai thc it was 700 and 800calves are born eacli j Continued on Seven physically impossible to pass a year a majority of which arc i tariff bill inside of six months sold at private sales Thru these Q i i IIT i XT M I have been paused sales the foundation is being laid J5UtlWin WlSilCS iNot within that limit before and the for many purebred herds thruoutj the state suade members rhalno ader I Bpozer is uow in her first col relief legislation is legiate year in the Frances Shiv this three monthsi er school for girls at Mt Carroll i ill The junior declamatory contest of North Grant School will be held at the school house Tues day evening at 8 oclock The program will open with songsby children of the fifth to eighth grades and will close with singing by the audience The program of dramatic read ings will beas follows Thelast song of the Robin Hazel Baliard The Morals of Peter Jeanette Dale The Two Bills Dwight Fansch Littlest Orphan Francis Kingsbury Grandmothers Garden Myron Arrowsmtth The programpfhumorous read ings will be as follows Tha Old Old Story Isphene Dailey Bill Smith Loretta Deal Oh Isfo Ma Fausch A Telephoae Prescrip tion Arthur Zoe tains Her Sisters Man Miriam Moses T Bet Aint Gonna Get fo Go Carl Olson Jene Thelma Olson Recommends Dam At Another Place WASHINGTON Dec A report recommending that the j Colorado river dam be built but I suggesting Black canyon as the f j i site rather than Boulder canyon LOGlltige iaUestS was submitted today LIQUOR TRAFFIC ACROSS BORDER GROWS RAPIDLY Willebrandt Admits 75 Per Cent Jump t in Three WASHINGTON Dec Smuggling of liquor across Canadianborder has increased 75 per cent the past three years and continues to be an unsolved problem Mabel Walker Wilier brandt asistant attqrney general in charge of prohibition prosecu tions said today in her annual re A Substantial results have beea achieved in reducing smuggling of liquor from the high seas but traffic across tfe international border OQihefnbtth is Mrs Willebrandt said The great bulk of thiri1 trade she said is carried on thru the Great Lakes and their tributaries Progress has oeen made slie said In exterminating rum rofr tho foreign vessels still hdver with supplies or liquor off coast of the united States Seizures of American vessels engaged in rum smuggling to taled 370 during the year which was 60 more than in 1927 Out of this total 174or 47 per cent Mrs Willebrandt said were seiz ed in Florida waters or in that The number of criminal pro hibition prosecutions instituted during theyear was 55729 an increase over the preceding year of 15020 The number of cases terminated was 58429 leaving 18 259 pending Among those terminated convic tions were obtained in 48820 cases while 1431 resulted in ac and 6114 were or discontinued never The quittals pressed other 2084 were quashed or dis There were 34 ttona to eaoh ACQUlttalr a gain of one over the preceding report said Fines forfeitures penalties Imposed totaled Sen tences reached more than an increase of per cent arid by far the highest aggregate of sentences in one year striefe prohibition jtfra Willebrandt said THURLOW HOOVEE Thurlow Hoover of 2617 street was fined and coats the municipal court of Judge John Y Luke this morning on a charge5 of intoxicationHe was arrestedS Sunday afternoon by Jones and Cox CAENIVAL PLANNED Service GILBERT Dec The slippery Gulch Rejuvenatirs carnival be iheld at the school house the evening of Dec 14 by pUpGs and teachen of the grades v high school Bride and Groom WASHINGTON Dec Count Koike Bernadotte and his of five engineers The board appointed by a board to con The salvation of the Iowa farm er according to McColl lies in Continued oa Page Seven 10000 Persons Attend Opening of New Montgomery Ward Store Here More than lu000 people attend ed the opening Saturtlay of thc new Montgomery Ward retail store at 327 Main street The great majority of the visi tors and shoppers were from Ames and Story county but nearly every town and city in the adjoining counties was represented Among the Story county towns represented were Ames Nevada Colo Zearing McCallsburg Holand Story City Gilbert Kelley Hur ley Slater Cambridge Huxley Maxwell and Collins From the adjoining counties came visitors from Jewell Rad cliffe Randall Boone Madrid Moines Ankeny Stanhope State Center Marsalltown Web ster City Perry and Ellsworth From remoter disirim came people from Ft Dodge Cedar Rapids Oelwein Coon Rapids and Eagle Grove towns from Wisconsin Department Missouri and from stores hero cxpcr To Be Discourteous To US Government LONDON Dec Stanley Baldwin announced in re sponse to a question in the house of commons today that be had scrt direct to Rep Fred A Brit ten of the United States his reply to Brittens letter proposing an AngloAmerican conference on na reaniros tlle former Estelle Man sider the engineering and econom reqairos nui uuiua i neiress werc lun ic feasibility of a Colorado river for enactment j heon gufistg of president Coolidge Want Relief for Industry today Prince Gustavus Adolphus The extra session adherents heir presumptive to the Swedish throne and hi Sigvard who came to America to attend tural tariff act without providing the BernadotteManviHe wedding for the esnergencies in industry also attended the luncheon Tae ways 2nd means committee niet with Chairman Hawley sum were lined up against the scheme for passing an emergency agricul dam favored Black canyon However it said that the Bould er canyon site could be used safe ly as far as geological conditions aro concerned holding that there would be no danger from an earthquake moned committee members to de vaj armaments eidc the tariff issue but decision j read the text of Hriti aonl tnc was exported to tens letter which suggesterl that leiayed of ibp np could may require ienced a greatly increased volume the naval affairs committees of business i flf American house oC representa several weeks reported a very tics and the British parliament Chairman MrNary intends good day better than the previous meet in Canada after March 4 Saturday next Girl Reserves Sell 500 Bangles to Finance Christmas Seal Sale in troduce his Hooverized McNary Hangen bill without Me equaliza The Fair Store reported more business and many new people The premiers reply to Britten i l011 it may be passed cordially reciprocated the latters so lhat an exlra can lc Penncys store reports one of feelingK Tut said it would be disi avoided the best days it has ever had courteous for Baldwin to express A of republicans ShipeyPedersens store reported Hn opinion on the proposal without originally planiifil or today to the presence of many more farm consulting the United States govjm consider the senates legislative fKitlOif irt a crnment people of the vicinity than ever before Many others or the smaller i SEEKS DIVORCE stores reported increased sales j Tribunes County News Service over the Saturday previous and j NEVADA Dec S Mrs over the corresponding day ajCarlotta Smith of Am year ago grained a divorce in the district i Girl Reserves of fhp high Echool took an important step Saturday in effecting the local drive for the sale of Christmas seals by selling 50n bangles to pay I he expenses of campaign The total receipts of the bangle sale were3447i For several year Aine has led all cither citHi of state in Pr capita sale of th Christuias seuls program was postponed to a later of the National Tuberculosis asi was Elmo Mattox son of Mr and Mrs C 11 Mattox of 601 Sixth street who is employed by Mont gomery Ward and company is STill others came from Minneapi here for a few days auditing the olis and several other Minnesota opening of tho new store Oren Elliott Smith on the grounds of desertion asked No aliraonv was date The contest over Curtis I jo as senate leader between Sen j itor Watson Indiana md Senator I Joiif s Wasliinpton kept out i of the party discussion The unfinished business of I he senate is the Johnson Boulder Dam which broke up the last session in a Jiilibuster A report of engineers who studied the pro years has increased the average of liuaian life by two and a half years to prove the Service of the Seals and justify the maximum contribution on tho part of every one that thfa gcod work may go on to greater victories and to the that every child born in tha future may look forward to a longer healthier and happier life The following organizations havt i The coup were married tcmhor 1 1121 e I Continued on Fage Seven Kociation Tbe Christmas seals j thtsir hearty oooperation comniittee of the Amos Womans club has lcen in charge of fhe sales here for sorno years Mayor F II Schlciicr today iss ued the following statement on the health work which tho Christmas seal sales finance I call upon all citizens to buy Christmas Tho remarkable achievements of tho public health movement which in the past 15 MATTER OF THAWKFUk A few weeks ago I went into a first class Carriage and founct yself in the company of two minister Both from tae Cove nanting district of Ayrshire auU while the one was a Congregation alist the oflier was a Westeyan Yes Mr Brown continued the parson wfao had been speaking when l joined the train I am finding alas that cnnrch at tendance are falling off seriously very seriously as I had the honor oftelling our Prebytery only the other day It grieves and tresses me more than I can say Mr Brown What ia your expet ience among the Wesieyans His companion a venerable look ing elderly gentleman shook hl head sadly I am finding the self same thing Mr Patterson I do my best but I really do thick that the people today are a way and a perverse generation The situation my dear Mr Brown is serious verry verry serious as you so hara put It But in sujiort of lh Christmas seal salo TT Horary riiiU I lie Story Coun y iftilical pooioty the Ames Chamber of Cornmerro the Amerij can Loslon aixiliary the Federa tion of Women clubs the parent teacher associations the local chapter of the American Red Cross the Kiwania club ihc Lioaa club the Womans Rotary club and the old man a of satisfaction Im told oa good authority that rhe Baptists are do ing no better than ourselves Ats1 ve must ba grateful for small mercies Copyright by John F Dille Co Throughout tfce WorM   

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