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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa Friday december 8, 1911 number 56 Mank meetings in neighbourhood to be held sunday the Community Extension committee of the men and religion movement has its hands full the coming sunday. The demands from the outside increase there Are not Only new Fields where invitations Are Given but in the places already visited requests Are made for More meetings. For next sunday three meetings Are scheduled for Story City with great mass meeting in the evening addressed by Ole Roe. At la of clock there will be meetings at pleasant Grove and Shipley. At 3 of clock meetings at Cambridge and Napier. Cambridge is to have an evening meeting also. The Slater meeting at 7 30 will be addressed by John p. Clyde the new a. M. C. A. Secretary. Speakers from Ames will attend All these meetings. The world has never seen an institution grow like tile men and religion movement. What is going on in Ames is going on in a thousand and More localities. Made generous gifts to three relatives mrs. C. T. Barker and daughter Edna have returned from Peoria 111 where they visited mrs. Barkers brother or. Frank e. Chase. Or. Chase was generous with his relatives feeding As new years gifts to mrs. Barker miss Edna and mrs. Beede now1 of los Angeles cali., each 80 acres of land near Greeley Colo. A Bibit a sparkled with Good acting last night father Renier receives Handy remembrances at redmen shall Rev. F. C. Renter was the surprised recipient of several substantial gifts from members of St. Cecilia Parish. An Auto Robe a Beautiful sofa Pillow and a purse containing real Money reminded him that now is the accepted time to do Christmas shopping. A lunch was served and a Good time enjoyed. At the Princess altar and Rosary society the altar and Rosary society of the Princess has a High class show. The two pictures Are unusually Good. The Whistler and mimic Roy Fulton could fool a Canary. He gives a perfect imitation of the songs of Birds. The vaudeville stunt a a Call on the doctor a is very Clever. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. A get fair h Headquarters for Xmas presents come in and make your selections now. We will keep it for you until Xmas a she fair the Catholic Church met yesterday afternoon with mesdames costello and j. E. Kirkham at the Home of the latter on Burnett Avenue. The attend Ance at these meetings has grown so Large that it will be the policy hereafter of the society to have two hostesses at each meeting followed by a social hour tilled the afternoon. A two course luncheon Wras served and All adjourned to meet the first thursday in january 1912, with mesdames m. J. Mccarthy and Tom Maroney at the Mccarthy Home on sixth Street. At a disadvantage. A i suppose you will miss your boy while he is at College a a yep a replied Farmer Corntassel a i Dunno what ill do without him. He got the live Stock so they move unless he give Mem the College yell and i can t remember it a a Washington Star. Four Day rally at Ames dec. 14-17. Or. Ano mrs. Geo. Foster Here or and mrs Geo. Foster Are visiting at the Mccarthy Home on grand Avenue. Or. Foster will stay about a week leaving then to continue his engineering work in Wisconsin where he will spend the Winter months locating a new line through the Timber. It being impossible for mrs. Foster to accompany him on such a trip she will make an extended visit with her parents and other relatives in Ames. A at the National convention la Follette will be a Large Factor whether he has a majority of the delegates under a presidential primary system or a minority under the caucus and convention plan by which the Taft supporters Hope to put the present incumbent again upon the Back of the party a predicts the Sioux City Tribune. Ribbon Sale saturday we will have on Sale a big assortment of heavy Satin and Floral hair ribbons already Cut in right lengths ribbons Worth twice the Price we ask two lots one lot at each 25c i ii ii ii 35c dress goods still a Good assortment of that bargain dress goods 50-56 inches wide Worth $1.50 per Yard our Price 60c to 90c. Done to forget the cloak Aud skirt Sale this week Semmons go ods store a Obi big at the armory last night by local Talent pleased the audience but netted a Small amount to the band fund. It deserved a much better holist1. However the total receipts were $127 and will leave a Small balance to Start a band fund for the summer concerts. A Ubibi a under the direction of mrs. Clemmer is an interesting production. It we As Well staged and the characters took their parts like professionals. The fallowing was the cast in order of first appearance the Sandman Robert Clark Katy the toy Many a daughter. Shugart glue pot the toy Raan Harry Mason Biopsy a Black Dol Cecil Smith Bibi a French bisque doll. �?�.,.riva Nichols i Rince Caramel a gentleman Zeelenberg sergeant Bonbon a Soldier doll. K. Benton Captain to hero a Sailor doll. Albert Squyers Angelica a rag doll Edna pummel Sylvania a dream fairy. Mary Bryant Man in the Moon a Light minded person Myron Dexter aeroplane chorus Norma Greer Hazel Brant Florence Dunham Mary Bryant Leone Graves Ada Cameron and messes. Russel Minkler Shanklin Lewis Mckira and Bradford. Tin soldiers messes. Allen Onaway Buckton Parks and Spangler. The following is the Story of the play the toy Many a shop Sandman puts Katy to sleep and in her dream she is visited by the fairy Sylvania who leaves a bottle of smelling salts by Means of w hich the dolls Are brought to life the appearance of the Man in the Moon. Elopement of Bibi. The Aid of the fairy is invoked. Bibi returns and is transformed again into a Doil. The tickle Prince deserts her. She is brought to life and bestows her heart and hand upon the faithful Lover sergeant Bonbon. The wedding festivities. The musical numbers were a slumber so gently a or. Clark. A ooh a iou pretty pretty creature a or. Squyers. I be got a pain in my sawdust a miss Pammel. A emr. Moon Man turn off your Light a aeroplane chorus. A the Crescent Moon a or. Dexter. A if thou Couldst knot miss Nichols. A the lad who leads a tin soldiers. A Wake from thy dreaming a or. Benton. A two hearts made one a miss Nichols and or. Benton. A Hammock love song a aeroplane chorus. Finale a let music mayor Sheldon asks All to buy red Cross seals ii holy City a at methodist Church sunday evening i he College Chapel choir will give the a holy City at the methodist Church sunday evening. Thirty voices will be in the chorus which will be directed by prof. A. S. Thompson. The soloists will be mrs. Clara d. Thompson misses Gladys Ufford Alice Mcclure and Florence Walls and messes Robert Ai Clark and e. M. Benton. The double quartet which sings a the firing pot is for Silver a is made up As follows misses Mcclure Ufford Walls Vaughn and messes. Benton George Clark and Smullin. Miss Engburg s. Tune will preside at the pipe Organ. An offering will be taken for the Benefit of tile piano fund for the sunday school. How it can Prosper. The Ames intelligencer began this week the publication of a very creditable daily for a town the size of Ames. It it is Given the support it deserves it will Mars Sentinel. The weather. Probably fair tonight and saturday colder saturday. I Hope the citizens of Ames will support the Effort being made by the nonpareil club and other clubs in Ames to place the red Cross seals on every letter and package sent out during this Holiday season. I would remind citizens that these seals must be placed on the Back of the letter or package and not on the address Side. Red Cross Christmas seals Date Back in their origin to a Charity Stamps first used for the soldiers Relief funds in Boston in 1862, during the civil War. After the War this method of raising Money was discontinued in this country for a generation although it found Vogue in Portugal Switzerland Austria France Spain Denmark Norway Russia Sweden and other european countries. There Are now several Hundred different types of Charity Stamps used in All parts of the world As Many As forty being used in Austria for children s hospitals alone. Stamps or seals were first used to get Money for the anti tuberculosis crusade in Norway and Sweden in 1904. After being used in these countries for three years As a direct result of the interest of Jacob Hiis in this movement the Delaware anti tuberculosis association headed by Aliss Emily p. Bissell and the red Cross society of de. A Ware combined in issuing a tuberculosis stamp. So successful was this Campaign that nearly $3,000 was realized and the next year in 1908, the american red Cross was induced to Issue a National red a toss tuberculosis stamp. From this Sale $135,-000 was realized that amount being almost doubled in 1909. Last year for the first time the Sale was organized in a comprehensive basis taking in All parts of the United states and $310, xxx Worth were sold. In 1911, the slogan for the Campaign is a a Milliorn for tuberculosis from red Cross this is a duty we Ewe to the health Campaign being made in the Effort to stamp out the White plague. Ames always does her duty. Parley Sheldon mayor. Reo Cross seals to have big Sale the nonpareil club has taken up the Sale of red Cross t Christmas seals for the Benefit of tuberculosis sufferers and Are already receiving the Assurance of assistance from citizens of Ames. Messes Sears and Narvis of the Princess theater have consented to put on the red c Ross film giving a Beautiful a human life Story on the evening of dec. 19th. One half the proceeds to go to the tuberculosis cause. A cordial invitation is Given by the nonpareil club ladies to everyone to come out that evening and boost this Public spirited movement. The red Cross seals will be on Sale at the Princess that evening. If the Little town of Lake Park with a population of 500, can sell 3,600 red Cross seals and Charles City 8,000, Ames should sell 10,000. They will be found at All business houses and at the Post office in a Booth saturday dec. 9th and loth and after that every Day until after Christmas. Help the nonpareil ladies boost the cause. They will be glad to Supply All clubs and societies. The nonpareil ladies sold 400 red Cross seals last night at the methodist ladies Bazaar. Publicity expert paid Ames a visit yesterday Malcolm Mackinnon publicity expert and writer was in the City yesterday on the Way to Des Moines from Boone where he gathered data for an article to be printed in a Magazine series on the growing cities and towns of Iowa As a part of the a buy Iowa made goods and a invest Iowa Money in Iowa movements. The series will show How Many of the cities of the state Are expanding rapidly and the great extent of Iowa manufacturing and of Opportunity for highly profitable investment. Ames is on or. Mackinnon a list and he will return Here in a Short time to study the Field. Society meets with mrs. Cox the women a foreign missionary society of the methodist Church will meet tuesday afternoon dec 12th, with mrs. Cora c of on Burnett Avenue. Mrs. H. C. Mead will be the Leader and mesdames j. A. Ampbell j. Bateman d. J. Bullock and Bates the social committee. Joe Davis critically ill in Denver. Colorado the Many friends of or. J. E. Davis will be pained to learn that he is in a critical condition having been sick for the past six months much of the time having been confined to the House. Or. Davis will be remembered in Ames As one of the kindest hearted men Thip Community has had a always ready to help his friends in time of trouble. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. Editor John Menton is improving in health the Many friends will be glad to learn that editor John Menton of the Boone Democrat is recovering nicely from his recent affliction. He has been in the Hospital at Iowa City and late reports indicate that he will come out completely restored to health. Charles Clift is the new Baker at Knudson Scharles lift of Des Moines is the new Baker for or. B. A Kun son. He is a married Man and if he remains in Ames will move his family Here. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. To build canal at spirit Lake Charles s. Arthur is to direct the Bart lying of the canal Antilock connect ing spirit Lake and Lake Okoboji. Or. Arthur took for his graduating thesis this topic and so Well did he Wrork out the plans that senator Francis and other spirit Lake boosters adopted the plan for the work. An appropriation has been made by the legislature and it is expected that work w ill be started in the Spring. Spirit Lake is eight feet higher than Lake Okoboji and to preserve this and allow boats to pass from one Lake to the Ether presented a problem which or. Arthur was Able to solve. He was in Ames yesterday consulting concerning certain additions to be made. Watching it with interest. The Ames intelligencer will henceforth be published daily by Freeman r. Conaway. It is hard indeed to make dailies pay in towns the size of Ames and the Experiment will be watched with Lake Pilot Tribune. N j. B. Kooser amp co the Home of Quality groceries we have put aside the Peck measure. We sell 15 lbs. Potatoes for a Peck 12 lbs. Apples for a Peck. We see that you get what you pay for. E want to fill your Xmas order with the Best groceries. Also can suit you Iii fancy China in Haviland Plain and decorated. German austrian bavarian plates salad dishes spoon trays celery trays comb and Brush trays Etc. Special in Jardiniere 71/ in. To to in., s. A. Wellers make the bests from. 29c to 39c All kinds of Xmas ornaments festoon ing Trees Etc. Also seals and cards. J. B. Kooser amp co. President Stanton is Happy Over victories a special convocation was held at agricultural Assembly this morning. After a song by the student body president Stanton made a speech in w hich he mentioned the Many victories won by the College this fall. This led to the moral life of students and a plea for the banishing of class room cheating. A Honor is More precious than a diploma of any College in the land a he said. Said a vain Little Jane from eau Clair a Why of course kid its ail my own hair by your Wink one would think in be been scalping a chink you re a meddlesome dub i a Mal Rose. Ames Well represented at y. M. C. A. Convention Ames is Well represented at the state convention of boys y. M. C. A. At fort Dodge. The male quartet con sisting of professor Hoffman Harry Good Harry Davis and Harvey Stearns left at2 o clock this afternoon. They will furnish the music for the convention. Professor Roach will Chaperon the delegation of boys who will attend from the High school. Among them will be Franklin Hambleton Stephen and Kendrick Loughran Ralph and Herbert Downey Harold Rissman Ralph Scofield and Howard Park. That National Anthem of China is about As harmonious and Clear As is the music made by a chinese orchestra. Che Silken stoic Corban invitee Pou to attend a conceit at the store Turt it a afternoon ant evening selections from world renowned pc Al musical artists reproduce on the famous $200 Victrola Che Wilben stoic

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