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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - April 3, 1912, Ames, Iowa Daily volume 45 Ames Iowa wednesday april 3, 1912 number 79listen \ i a a a \ ii \ a a rom this is the week to buy your easter coat we Are and you would be surprised could you hear the number of ladies who have a shopped the town Tell us a we have been the rounds and have come Back to you because you show the classiest and most stylish Coats in Why not come buy your coat Here and be sure the style is right. We have your size and style ready for you. Semmons goods store miss m. Wakefield candidate for co superintendent miss Maude Wakefield mathematics teacher in the Ames High school is a candidate for county superintendent of schools. She has said a no a time and again. Delegations from Story City and Gilbert were told that she would not enter the race. Last evening a delegation from Nevada came Over with a petition As Long As the Feather on an easter hat and what could she do. A just think what my friends will think. I have told them that i positively would not be a candidate. If i became a candidate now i could not look them in the a a that Sall right a replied one of the Nevada statesmen. A a woman is always Given the privilege of changing her a but i do not want that privilege. When i go into politics i want to be just As honorable As a Man and keep my word just As a Man a but miss Wakfield t. R. Declared he would not be a candidate and then changed his mias Wakfield is a great admirer of col. Roosevelt. If he could change his mind she could change hers. A Well if i go into this a said she a emr. Scott and i will be just As Good friends As we always have been. I will not do one single thing that will injure this is the Way miss Maude Wakefield one of the Best and most popular teachers Story county has produced enters politics. When asked to give her ideas of women suffrage she declined to answer. She said that question was not up for consideration and she did not pro it Ose to be bound by any pledges. She evaded the Tariff the currency question and the peace problems. She is for prohibition however and for building up the Rural schools. Another barrel of salted pea nuts to cents per Pound at Perry a. Ames big Transfer line has easter trimmings the Haverly Transfer line has set the Pace for Early Spring improvement. The wagons have All been overhauled and nicely painted. Yellow running gears and red and Blue boxes put the equipment in Fine condition for Parade purposes. Ladies misses and Childress sweater jackets at a great sacrifice this time of the year a sweater jacket comes in very Handy to Wear these Chilly mornings. We have quite a number on hand and will close them out at the following prices a $3.00 Swea Ter jackets at $1.98 $2.50 sweater jackets at $1.48 $2.00 sweater jackets at $1.25 $1.00 sweater jackets at 60c Ames a the fair Iowa Mes and club to visit Boone Friday evening the Ames and club will visit Boone Friday evening in a body. For fear of a misunderstanding As to the intentions of the members Rev. Or. Geo d. Crissina has been engaged As Chape Rone for the occasion. The members of the and club go up to study the currency question and invite All who Are interested to join them. Notify Secretary c. C. Aim of your intention. Hon. Robt. W. Bonynge of Denver is to deliver an address next Friday evening in Boone on the subject of a banking and currency or. Bonynge is lecturing under the auspices of the National citizens league and recently completed four years work As a member of the National monetary commission. When he was appointed to the commission he was a member of Congress from Colorado. He is the senior member of the firm of Bonynge amp Warner of Denver. The meeting at Boone Friday evening will be free and the general Public is invited. It is hoped that a Good delegation will go Over. Or. Bonynge a thorough study of Hanking and currency in this country and Euronie while a member of the monetary commission has Given him a Broad knowledge of the great question now before the country. Or. Bonynge in his speeches makes Clear to his hearers the fundamental principles underlying the report with which he had so much to do in framing. This report is unique in our political history because it is the first report on such a Broad question Ever made by a bipartisan congressional commission signed by All members of the commission democratic and Republican. The fact that leading members from both houses of Congress from both political parties have made after three years of study in this country and Europe a unanimous report on a question which has frequently been in the history of american a cities the subject of bitter partisan debate in National campaigns is an indication that business questions affecting the interests of All the people can be settled without an Appeal to partisan politics. John v. Farwell the Chicago merchant president of the National citizens league asserted in an address before a convention of Bankers that while this country had the Best Banks in the world it had the worst banking system of any civilized country. The same criticism has been made by Many other leading men of affairs. It is because of this humiliating condition that the business men of the country have United in a demand that Congress Reform our banking Laws. Masonic meeting. Thursday evening masonic Lodge. Work on third degree. Friday evening chapter work Mark week services stations of the Cross tonight at 7 30 at St. Cecilias Church. Rev. A. Pruitt is Here Rev. Alonzo Pruitt a former pastor of the United Brethren Church will speak there this evening. Or. Pruitt was one of the Best liked and most popular ministers the u. B. Church has had Here. It will be a pleasure to his old friends to have this Opportunity of hearing him once More. A cordial invitation is extended to All to come and hear him. See my line of children a hats. A. Perry. W. Olo school building to be apartment House \ the old South Side school House will be moved to East Ames this week by the Haverly Transfer co. It has been purchased by Lew Ham who will rebuild it for an apartment House. The building has stood for nearly fifty years the timbers being in perfect condition. Mrs. L. C. Burnett was hostess yesterday afternoon to the tuesday club at her Home on Clark Avenue. After the business meeting mrs. R. L. Webster gave a talk on the a use of left overs a and a round table discussion followed. Refreshments were j served and miss Petrashek of Cherokee was a guest. / in Carlev builds plumbing store main St Block or. F. A. Mccawley has plans drawn and is figuring with a general contractor for a new Brick building on main Street Between Kellogg and Burnett. The building is to be finished in Oak with store room below and suite of rooms above. It will be 25x40. As soon As this completed he will move his family Here. Watch Ames Ames grow Shannon born april 2 to or. And mrs. Earl Shannon a son. Trow born to or. And mrs. Thee. Trow april 3, a three Days late arrive today passenger trains from the far West have been arriving Here All Day today. These trains Are three Days late having been held up at Freeport. Nebraska on account of washouts. Twenty two trains have been staying there As guests of the North Western. The passengers have let Een Well fed and taken care weather fair tonight and thursday slowly rising 3 in american history. 1783�?washington Irving author born died 1859. 1822�? Edward Everett Hale Clergyman and author born died 1909. 1865�?fall of Petersburg va., end of grantee Campaign against Richmond which was also abandoned this Date by Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet 1908�?junes Jeffrey Roche noted Irish american poet died born 1847. Astronomical events. From noon today to noon tomorrow son sets 6 27. Rises 5 38. Evening atari Mercury. Mars Saturn. Morning atari Venus at City Library there will be concerts in the Library auditorium in the afternoons at 4 of clock or the children and at 7 30 for adults on thursday Friday and saturday of this week. The following is the program thursday Tannhauser pilgrims chorus. Overture i. I. Overture it. 2. Fest March. Evening Star. Elizabeth sprayer. Popular Sheet music Only to cents at elected Frank Linebaugh and a a Wickham superintendent of Light and water Plant Frank Linebaugh City Engineer John Quincy Wickham at the meeting of the City Council last evening Frank Linebaugh was re elected superintendent of the Ames electric Light and water works and John q. Wickham was re elected City Engineer. Corn collodion compound for corns 25c at Cag wins. 71-tf Wall paper cleaner at services evangelistic services every evening this week except saturday at the methodist Church. Agents for Ames. Too per cent profit. Lock Box 842. 77-t2 salted pea nuts and marshmallow to cents per Pound at Perry a. Try Tinsley on watch work at gamblers drug store. 53tf the Tilden store c we wish to announce to the people of Ames and surrounding territory that on Friday april 5th. We Start our first Spring Sale. We earnestly request that you make it a Point to attend. Not Only will this be a special pricing of Many items but it will be an extraordinary showing of All that is new and up to Date for Spring. Stunning display of new Spring suits Coats dresses and gowns. Stocks Are More Complete styles that Are More extreme and Classy than it has been our pleasure to show in the past. Oxfords and pumps for the coming season a collection of the very newest styles and lasts to be obtained including tans suede Black velvet gun Metal silk Repp Patent leather Canvas also the very latest Novelty in leather the a Gnu Bucko a new White leather. Watch for Page and telling of the Good things offered at the Sale commencing Friday april 5. A the Tilden store i u a

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