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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 12, 1911, Ames, Iowa Try ame intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa tuesday december 12, 1911 number 59 Sluter suffers great fire loss this morning livery barn and contents with twelve horses Burn shooting gallery destroyed or. Rob Graham visits Ames friends or Robert Graham who has charge of the Experiment station at Lexington ky., in the prevention of tilt4 spread of hog cholera is visiting his Mother mrs. Myra Graham and other Ames friends on his return f 10in the Chicago show. In the piano contest Slater suffered a serious loss by lire at 3 of clock this morning. The Erie Ihle livery barn and the a. A. Laude building next to it formerly occupied As a drug Stoie but recently As a shooting Galery were burned to the ground. Twelve head of horses belonging mostly to citizens of the Community were burned. Some of the horses were insured to the amount of $1000, but there was no insurance on the buildings. The City Hearse was stored in the barn and was destroyed also two motorcycles along with the entire Stock of harness Robes buggies and other vehicles the Slater lire company with chemical engine and Hose cart did excellent Tork in preventing the spread of the flames. The fact that there was no wind was in slaters favor. Roast some Nice wheat in the oven add a Little Good butter and new Orleans molasses grind it in the coffe Mill and make some of the finest Cereal Coffee you Ever drank. Saves Money too is the advice of the farm journal. Those desiring the methodist Church to receive the piano in the contest Are requested to vote Only for the methodist Church instead of dividing the vote with other organisations of the Church. L. A. S. Open meeting of Bible division of Priscilla club the Bible study division of the Priscilla club will have an open Day program wednesday in engineering Assembly room. A Ster Optican will be used to show fifty coloured slides which will be explained by mrs. S. S. Smith who has visited the holy land and saw the places the pictures will represent. The committee in charge of the Day is mrs. Barrett mrs. Cleghorn and mrs. Ira Williams with mrs. S s. Smith chairman of the division each member is privileged to take a guest. While they last we will give one fancy Jardiniere your Choice from 7 1-2 to to inches with each $10.00 Cash Purchase a a. B. Kooser amp co. 59ti armory opera House tuesday dec. 12 five Nia hts it Encina return engagement of the famous Chas. Breckenridge Stock company High class vaudeville Between acts opening Flay the great sensational comedy Urania Quot the political Bossy popular prices to 20 and so cents ladies free tuesday night if accompanied by a paid 30c tickets must be purchased before 6 of clock p. Rn., tuesday at Cag wings drug store. Own Staie Grange Here for three Days session the lows state Grange opened a three Days session this morning at All Unni Hall. At noon the Register showed Over one Hundred i n attendance of Active Strong and influential men. Many had never seen the great state College and the attractions have made it hard for the delegates to get Down to hard work. The following is the program for today and tomorrow. Today ret. I i 11 00 a. In. Opening in form in fifth degree. Roll Call of officers and Granges. Appointment of committee on credentials. 2.00 p. In. Report of committee on credentials. Appointment of standing committees. Report of state of flyers. Motions and resolutions. Reports of deputies Ond delegates. 7 a to p. In. Address of Welcome by member of College faculty. Response by state master. Paper. Lecture a a taxation a prof. John Brindley. This will he an of in session and All Are cordially invited to attend. Wednesday rec. 13 9 00 a. In. Opening in fourth degree. Reports of state officers. Reports of sub Granges. Motions and resolutions. 2 30 p. In. Demonstration work by the College. Discussions. Lecturers conference. Deputies conference. 7 30 plan. Music by College Grange. Degree work first and second by Oskaloosa Grange third and fourth College Grange. The convention will remain in session until Friday night. Send her a card my. Walter Evans who is making her Home with mrs. Geo. White will have a birthday december 24. A number of friends Are planning a card Shower for her on that Day. Mrs Evans Eye sight is dim and attractive cards with kindly messages from friends will make her anniversary a Joy oui one. The weather fair to night and wednesday. Death of Luther b. Read grangers invited to visit Iowa a busiest department store the fair Gamma Theta the a amp Mara Theta party was held in Champlin shall w hich w As profusely decorated in Christmas evergreens. The aut of town guests were mrs. And miss Weaver of Cumberland or. Austin Fisher and miss Fisher Glidden misses Fen Geld and Mabelle Harvey Des Moines miss Winter Tell Adel miss Simms Blain an and or. Fred Naden Adel. Or. Luther b. Read died suddenly this morning at ten of clock at his Home 215 fifth. Street. He was 86 years old and had been in very Good health until this fall. He ate supper last evening with his wife daughter mrs. H. S. Hoot and grandchildren and was soon afterwards seized with a chill failing rapidly. Mrs. Hoot is the Only child. The funeral services will be held probably sometime thursday from the Baptist Church. The w. C. T. U. Will meet thursday afternoon dec. 14, at the Home of mrs Burgeson 2809 Woodman St. 58t2 division no. 3, m. E. L. A. Society has More sauerkraut for Sale. Call at 707 re hog Avenue. A 50t2 workingmen a insurance in Germany secures to workmen and women altogether Benefit to the value of about $475,000 a Day. The fair Iowa a busiest department store invites the delegates and families attending the state convention of the Iowa Grange to visit the establishment and do their Christmas shopping. Read the fair store and on Page 2. We have it on Good authority that Santa Claus is to arrive in Ames on wednesday at 4 30 on account of his Reindeer being up North yet and his Auto being out of repair he will have to come in with just common horses. Watch for him at 4 30. My store will be open evenings until . A. Perry. 58t2 Salonica is the most progressive of Turkey. Pleasant Grove country club the pleasant Grove country club met thursday evening with or. And mrs. A f. Davis to the number of one Hundred the follow ing program being rendered address a w. Sanders. Reading mrs. Martha Sowers. Song the cemetery society. Heading mrs. Mable Templeton. Song Nora and Ida Jacobs. This concluding tin1 program games were indulged in for a time after which refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mesdames French and sow ers. The next meeting will be thursday evening dec. 21, with or. And mrs. E. W Sanders. Chi Chi Christmas party the last meeting of the Chi Chi club before Christmas was held last evening at the Home of miss Kila Mitchell. The girls were invited to the dining room for refreshments and were surprised to see the table arranged with Christmas decorations. A miniature Christmas tree lighted with candles and buried in Snow made up the Center piece and each place card bore a Christmas message. A delicious two course luncheon was served by miss Alice Mitchell. At the Princess Phi Gamma Delta prizes for Good roads prof. T. A. Macdonald spoke on a Public highways before the a Good roads workers at Marengo at a banquet Given by the commercial club. Prizes offered for the Best kept mile of Road were awarded. The show at the Princess was exceptionally Good last night. Mons Valle the accordionist was Way above the usual run seen in Ames. He was called Back several times and the audience was unable to get enough of his entertainment. Miller and tempest in Kix and trix were Good and the pictures were High class. Besides the e two vaudeville acts presented to night patches weekly review of the worlds greatest events of the past week will be Given. This is something absolutely new in Ames and should draw a Good crowd. The Bloomfield Democrat has concluded that a Many a idea of Economy is to Cut Down expenses of his wife a new fall hat and clothes and spend the Money thus a red for the necessaries of life such As gasoline for his automobile. Velvet Coats we have 3 velvet Coats left Beautiful garments sizes 34, 36 and 38. Just three ladies can get the bargain of their lives on these Coats. Come see them. The Phi Gamma Delta a held a House party saturday and sunday at their chapter House on Hyland Avenue chaperoned by or. And mrs. John Beyer of Des Moines and or. And miss. Preston Daniels of Marshalltown. A dance was Given saturday evening at the House. A unique feature of the decoration w As the Moon electrically lighted and the owl the Emblem of the a Phi Gammas a w to spent the evening knowingly winking at the couples in the Bowers. The out of town guests were misses Wilson Cherokee Mored Burlington Gray Grinnell Welch Grinnell Grant Parkersburg openheimer Des Moines Craw Ford Des Moines Westfall. Iowa City Hanes Des Moines Conger Des Moines messes Beck Worcester Ohio Simmons Osceola Byers Des Moines Cook Ottumwa John Newman Des Moines Walter Buell St. Louis Groves Webster City Greer Marion. A dinner was served sunday. Yeomen election Brighton night Robes big full size full length like Mother used to make. Ladies or men s. Prices $1.00 to $1.50 the yeomen elected the following officers Sam Ogham Paughf Foreman. Or. Heggens master of ceremonies. Mrs. Ada Miller corresponding Secretary. Mrs. Jessie Miller mistress of accounts. Mrs. S. L. Akins physician pupils recital tonight remember the skirt and coat Sale All this week Semmons go ods store the pupils recital of the conserva to try occurs tonight in a a age Hall. A splendid program has been arranged under direction of professor Thompson it is rather singular that Washington is the Only state West of the Rockies that contains Coal from which Coke can be made. We Call our clothing store a the Home of Hart Schaffner amp Marx clothes because they Are the Best clothes that Are made. We also Call our ladies garment Section a the store that Sells Wool text because Wool Tex Coats and suits Are known by every Well dressed woman to be the Best Coas and suits that Are made. We like to sell such goods. They make friends for us. And our store is filled with just such merchandise always from the manufacturer who makes the Best. That a Worth considering in buying Christmas presents. Any article you May buy from the Dainty Little 5 to or 25c Novelty to the most elaborate gift bears that distinguishing Mark of Quality. The dry goods Section the dry goods Section is offering an elaborate display of Beautiful gifts beaded bags Silver mesh bags leather bags suede and velvet bags priced from 35c to $12,50. Each one a Beauty for the Price. Scarfs of every conceivable color and design from the Plain Wash silk at 39c to the Rich embroidered chiffons at $1.50-$2.50-$3.00-$4.50-$5.00-$7.00. Neckwear in profusion bows Side frills Jabot embroidered collars Etc. Jewelry of every description Combs Needle cases toilet sets Etc. Beautiful Silks Beautiful dress goods Beautiful linens damask cloths doilies Center pieces Etc. On the second floor the matchless Wool Tex garments demonstrate the very latest in fashion of Coats suits shirts Etc. Rich furs silk waists silk petticoats. Rings Portieles table runners Art goods stamped to be worked or already embroidered. Hart Schaffner 8c Marx clothes for the men. Also Bath Robes smoking jackets slippers umbrellas cuff links studs Etc. All Over the store you will find the same profusion of Beautiful Christmas gifts. Better come in again today and tomorrow. The Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit

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