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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa monday december 4, 1911 number 52 ii Clear the Recks december Mill four Day rally program of men and religion Forward movement tilt following is the program arranged for the four Day c Campaign by the Ames committee of one Hundred of the men and religion Forward movement. One of the Best teams now at work in this world wide movement will be at Ames during the four Day Campaign thursday december 14. Supper at cult p. M. At the methodist Church for men and older boys interested in the movement. Speakers med Bury Dilkington Goodrich and Felling Ham. 6 45. Rny rally for the College men. Speaker. Or. C. S. Medbury of Des Moines. Friday december to. Talks at the High school. Speaker h. E. Goodrich. 9 30 College Chapel convocation. Speaker a. J. I King ton. 10 30�? c a inference with pastors and committeemen at Christian Church. 4 p. In. Institutes. A Bible and sunday school a prof. A. S. Athearn. A boys work ill. E Goodrich. At Christian Church. 6 45.�?College conference. 7 30�?-big platform meeting Christian Church. Quot individual evangelism a j. La. Fellingham. A Bible work a prof. W. S. Athearn. Saturday december 16. Convention Day people from the surrounding country and from neighbouring towns a ill be urged to come to this convention conference during the Forenoon at Baptist Curch. 10a.m. A achieving through j. H. Fellingham. 103o a the Opportunity for special Ork among boys in the modern sunday prof. W. S. Athearn. 11 15�?�?~�?Ttheopportunity of american men in world evangelization a b. W. A i Arret i. Basket picnic dinner at noon at methodist Church. The speakers at the dinner will be Fred m. Hanson j. H Bellingham prof. W. S. Athearn and b. W. Garrett. 2 30 p. My platform meeting for the discussion of the Rural problem and Community Extension an address will be delivered by Hon. Henry Wallace and talks will be made by other experts of tin team who have made careful study and have had practical experience in this line of work among them Fred m Hanson. At Baptist Church. 7 30 social night service. Address by or. Howland Hanson of Des Moines. In ii Day december 17. Regular Church and College Chapel services with outside speakers. 3 p. meeting for men. J. In Bellingham speaker. Methodist Church. 3 p meeting Fred m. Hanson speaker t ional Church. 4 p. In. College mass meeting at a a age Hall. Address by b. W. Garrett. 7 30p. In. Two great rallies and the closing services. For men at the methodist Church for women at the congregational Church. A Clear the deck dec. 14-17 i a for boys. C on Grega poor Economy. A if every town and every corporation and every business Man and every individual were to a Spruce up and make All sorts of needed improvements there would not be half enough labor to do the work a asserts the Burlington Hawkeye. A but when some big concern gives it out that times Are not Good and that it becomes necessary to economize and to Stop making improvements Many smaller fall into line. There need never be bad times in a big country like ours that is growing rapidly if the people did not will How Many people Are there is the United states Over too years old the census makes the number 4,000, of which 2,500 Are women. Ames has the news for the daily intelligencer a events reported in mondays daily Intelli veneer indicate that there Are serious dangers connected with residence permanent. Temporary or transitory at Ames a says the Nevada representative then follows a summary of the accidents of last week As recorded in the daily intelligencer from Day to Day. The representative closes its editorial with this a fall of which tends to the conclusion that Ames appreciates its daily paper and proposes to furnish the happenings to make the paper interesting meetings held yesterday by Community Extension two splendid meetings were held yesterday by the Community Extension division of the Ames men my religion Forward movement at Ontario at la of clock k a Large attendance greeted the visitors the pastor Rev. Will Mander conducted the regular services of the Christian Church. Prof. By w. Beckman was introduced by f. R. Conaway. Or. Beckman has kept in close touch with the movement since its inception and has attended the International gatherings where the organization which has become world wide was organized. His presentation of the work was forceful and eloquent and brought a Promise of Hearty co operation from the people of Ontario in the movement. Professor Raymond outlined the program of the four Day rally and extended a Hearty invitation to All to come to Ames for these meetings. The methodist male quartet furnished several musical numbers. Other speakers were blather Welch and w. P. George. At Bloomington school House yesterday afternoon three automobile and several Carriage loads attended from Ames. Or. J. A. Bateman presided. Prof. A. V. Storm gave a very Able presentation of the plan for interesting men and boys in the movement. He told of the great Progress that had been made and the eagerness of the people to take hold and apply religion to practical every Day work. Other speakers were prof. Raymond eld Rex father Welch w. P. George and f. R Conaway. Music was furnished by the Baliti St male quartet the school t Eacher came in for words of Praise for the Interior decorations and professor storm regretted that the school Board was not present so that he could Tell them that the exterior should be painted and made to correspond to the attractive Interior. The citizens of the neighbourhood were Given a Hearty invitation to attend the four Day rally at Ames december 14-17. Forward movement convention at Ames dec. 14-17. Special goods on Sale at the Cammack harness shop. Chase Plush Robes and Many other articles in the harness line at special prices for december. Many of them suitable for Christmas . B. Cooley manager. 50-52 entirely too Young. We Ting Fang has written and published a Book. Later on when he becomes a matured thinker and writer he May regret this Youthful eagerness for publicity. A Man of 150 is not Likely to look with approval on the literary efforts of a Young scribbler of 70. Many vacation inf0rmals held by the students miss Ruth Barrett entertained at one of clock Buffet luncheon at her Home on the Campus saturday. Her guests included the members of the i Beta Phi sorority who remained in Ames during the thanksgiving vacation. Miss Shirley storm who came Home for thanksgiving w As the complimented guest. The members of the Sigma no fraternity who did not go Home for thanksgiving entertained at an Impromptu dancing party at t heir chapter House Friday evening. There were a number of guests from other fraternities and professor and or. Bern is chaperoned. Saturday night the i Phi girls who spent their vacation Here entertained Ery informally at a dancing party at their chapter House. Mrs. Tuttle was the chaperone and miss Bernice Akin urn i shed the music. The Delta Tau Delta fraternity were hosts at an informal dancing party saturday evening at their chapter lome. Or. Clem Mer furnished the music. Twenty couples were present Friday evening at the colonnades House w Here an informal dance was held. Or. And mrs. E b. Bush acted As chaperones. Lambda Alpha chapter of Delta Phi Omega fraternity gave a pretty dancing party Friday evening in Adams jail which we As decorated in the Blue and White of the fraternity and lighted with the pin of the order. Or. And mrs. Fred Walkey chaperoned music by the rho Sigma Gamma a. The Phi Ganna Delta gave a thanksgiving dinner at the chapter House on Hyland Avenue thursday evening. \ four course repast Wras served at six o clock to eight couples who afterwards held a Little informal dance. Alk on foreign Mission stations tonight miss Marcia Hadley president of the Young women a by foreign missionary society invites the Young ladies of the methodist Church to the Epworth league rooms tonight where or. Jennie Christ will give an account of her visit to foreign Mission stations. Government and municipal Bond experts say they Are not surprised at the Sale of postal savings Bank Bonds at 921. That Price brings them practically to a parity with the Panama 3s. The postal savings Bank Bonds Bear 21 per cent interest and at 921 the investment yield would be 3 per cent. The Panama 3s Are sell ing Only slightly above Par so it might be said that practically the yield on them also is 3 per cent. Tuesdays Belr gains ladies and misses mixture Coats half Price your Choice of any mixture coat in the store at half Price. Come Early for yours. Semmons ods store Mew fire House on Campus for fourth Ward a House for the fourth Ward Hose w agon is being erected on the Southwest Corner of the Campus where Pike Avenue intersects Boone Street. I iss Westerman talks on Beethoven at Des Moines sunday Des Moines news contains a photograph of miss Genevieve Wester Man who will give an illustrated talk on a the life and music of Beethoven at the december morning Musicale in id thursday dec. 7th, at Hoyt Sherman place. Annual Bazaar the ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church will hold their annual Bazaar thursday afternoon and evening dec. 7. Chicken pie supper served in the evening at 35 cents. Music in Campaign by three male quartets one of the principal features of the Community Extension Wrork out of Ames is the music. Three Well established male quartets have been taking assignments and appearing at the meetings. The methodist quartet is composed of messes. Harry Davis Plagge Good and Hoffman. Congregational quartet comprises the following messes. Westbrook Wentworth and Squyers. Baptist quartet Biank Roberson Fisher Bower and Glidden. High school team goes to Algona december 7 the High school debating team goes to Algona december 7th for its first debate in the state league. The question is a the closed shop is. Open Ames has the negative. Loaded up with rot gut at the hell-h0le of Boone saturday evening Bud Allison and i. J. Green pleaded guilty in the mayors court room of intoxication. Green was Given ten Days in the county jail and Allison Throe Days mayor Sheldon remitted both sentences on condition of Good behaviour and of Green getting out of town. The reason for the different sentences Lay in tile fact that Green was the instigator of the Royal drunk which had landed both in the City Bastile he went to Boone and secured the necessary ingredients for the Celebration and then he and Allison partook Liber Illy enough to land them both in the Gutter and later in jail. Green gave his Home As Knoxville and promised to return there with All dispatch w Hile Allison took the pledge again. Remember band Benefit thursday. Dec. 7-armory the weather. Chi Sikov of a Ubibi a the Icax Talent play. The play son to be played a by local Talent at the armory has its foundation in the shop of a toy Man. The daughter Katie is engaged in looking Over and mending the toys Wrhen the Sand Man comes and puts her to sleep. While in this condition she dreams that the toys Are All living beings and holding High carnival. Bibi the bisque French doll and a flirt has two suitors both Prince Caramel and sergeant Bon Bon being in love with her. She prefers the Prince but during the courting the Man in the Moon arrives and slopes with her. By securing the Aid of the fairy Sylvania Bibi is brought Back and changed Back into doll whereupon the Prince deserts her and she is married to sergeant Bon Bon the aeroplane chorus having a great Deal of Catchy work during the wedding festivities. The c h Rys a \ them v m. Gee Whiz what an autumn wonder the chrysanthemum is what a Bunch of color what a frazzled wad of Plant life prisms fresh from the Sod it comes to the world and flashes and flaunts its Gaudy gorgeousness in Mankind a haunts. It crowds out the roses in its Pride. And the lilies dodging it scatter and hide the elegant orchids turn and flee. And the modest Violet climbs a tree. Of say the entire array of other Flowers go into a trance when the Blooming chrysanthemum begins to prance up and Down around the town. A botanical burst of glory. It has the Floral Call and with a tyrant s might it puts the Wallop on them All. With Only size and color and lacking fragrant breath it Bucks against All Comers and has them skinned to death. It makes no move All summer though started in the Spring and lying Low till autumn it knocks out everything. Wow ainu to it the goods now and say if there a anything Gay it ainu to the chrysanthemum. See a a. J. Lampton in new York times get in touch with through the men movement the Community and religious potatoes will have another Carload of Minnesota potatoes about wednesday. Leave orders first door South of Carl l. Little it Oftle or phone 490j. 5113 8. L. Akin. Fair tonight and probably warmer tonight. Tuesday Eft a Tmay be a now is the time for Christmas shopping a proclamation it is Well known that at this season of tile year business assumes vast proportions culminating in a veritable crush during the Holiday week and entailing a heavy physical and nervous Strain upon scores of women Young girls and children employed in the shoos and stores. This heartbreaking Over Strain is frequently followed by the sickness of some of those so employed which is greatly to be regretted. Much pain and sorrow will be avoided if a1 our people who can will do their Christmas shopping Early in december thus helping to deepen the Joy of the Holiday season. I therefore do hereby remind and urge our people who can to do their Christmas shopping Early. Respectfully Parley Sheldon mayor. Sells to Bates k Keigley this week will close Twenty one years As grocer in Ames for or. James w. Adams. Many of the customers who came to him when he started in business Are still patrons which tells the Story of his career in business. Saturday night the store w ill be closed and an invoice of Stock will be taken. If completed on monday the new firm of Bates amp Keigley will open the store and continue the business at the old Brand. They have leased the store room and rear of basement for five years. A bakery and a soda Fountain will be installed and arrangements will be made to open a bakery lunch. A specially will also be made of confectionery and pastries. Or. L. F. Keigley has had Many years experience in the grocery business for himself and with others. Or. Bates has been with the Knudson store for some time and has earned a position As an artist in his line. It makes a great team. Or. Adams will remain Here until Spring and will just loaf for a few months the first Chance he has had during his life. The Hall on the second floor will be converted into office rooms. The final dance will be held december 16th, and he expects to have the rooms ready by the first of january. Howard Adams has not yet decided on what he will do but May decide to continue the Candy business for wholesaling. Many from Ames will be on state program Ames men go to Gilbert on wednesday evening a great meeting is lobe held at Gilbert wednesday evening in the interest of the men and religion Forward movement. A Wakers under direction of the Community Extension department of the committee of one Hundred will take the evening train and return the same night. A male quartet will accompany the committee. An american aviator committed suicide in France by jumping into deep water instead of by persisting in navigating the air. Possibly he disliked the idea of mussing up the scenery. The forty sixth annual convention of the Iowa state horticultural society will meet at the state House in Des Moines. December 12th, 13th and 14th. The meeting is called by or. Wesley Greene state Horticulturist and More than four Hundred dollars will be Given away As prize Money for the Best apples pears nuts and canned fruit. Many from Ames Are on the program. A discussion tuesday afternoon on varieties for planting in commercial and Home Orchards will bf4 held by prof. Beach and others. Wednes Day morning he will speak on a recent developments in and will be followed by or. L. H. Pammel who will take for his subject a fungus diseases of 1911.�?� questions on spraying will be answered by prof Beach on fungus by or. Pammel and on insects by prof. H. E. Summers. On thurs Day prof. Beach will give a report of the station at Ames followed by prof. G. R. Bliss who will give a paper on a composition and keeping qualities of the thursday evening prof. Cunningham will speak on a fruit Bud the county fair managers Assoria lion the Corn Belt meat producers association and the state Board of agriculture will meet at the same time. Only littleness is afraid of humility read tile new ads. Read the ads today. They interest everybody who have to buy for the family and the Home. Ames merchants have a Chance to talk in hese ads to the people about the things they have in their stores. The Well informed buyer can save Money and know where to go for his supplies. Look Over the ads for the information. Wishes is Well. Its regular weekly with its regular weekly Issue of last week the Ames intelligencer launched a daily newspaper the a games daily intelligencer a the first daily newspaper in Story county. The record congratulates the people of Ames and Vicinity As Well As editor Conaway and heartily wishes a Large and Well deserved measure of Success and Prosperity for the new record Al Adams thinks Ames big enough. The Ames intelligencer is a new aspirant for the Honor of starting things. The town of Ames is recorded As a town of 4,000 people and in these prosperous times ought to support a daily in Good shape. The Conaways or. And Madam Are equal to the task of supplying a Good enough daily for that size or a larger town and we wish them the greatest Success they can Independent. T Opper mining in Africa. Copper mining in the Transvaal though yet in its infancy is regarded As a coming Industry of Promise. The great District of out Zansberg in the North next to the Frontier of South pm Rhodesia is the Center of Copper mining at present. In this District Large ancient Copper Workings exist along modern lines. While the output for 1910 was Only 3,383 tons largely increased yield is confidently expected this year. The Tilden store new merchandise for the fashioning of appropriate Christmas gifts new laces Beautiful Point Venise allover and bands Fine All Linen Cluny edges and insertions wide Moc reme bands Fine Valenciennes Fine Linen Torchon. An excellent array of unusually pretty patterns. New fancy ribbons More of the wide fancy Warp prints brocades Dessalines the ribbon values which this store alone is Able of Sqq to show. At per and j j t Beautiful draperies tapestry Chintz printed patterns Art demos franciscan cloth Normandy linens crashes Etc. Art goods an unusual display of stamped goods and losses demonstrating All the new stitches and designs. An expert Needle worker in charge of department Supply your Christmas wants at the Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit i

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