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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 19, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44 Ames Iowa tuesday december 19, 1911 number 65 lady manager of the off ii offenders the lady manager of the Scenic theater deserves a medal a vote of thanks and proper recognition for the part she took in a recent stage performance in that moving picture House. Xiv vaudeville performer attempted to pull off a vulgar stunt and was immediately called. He became insulting and threatened to have the contracts from the circuit cancelled. The plucky Little lady manager gave him the necessary time to pack his garments and vacate. Then she refunded the Money taken in for the vaudeville and gave the actors to understand that the next time such a perform Ranee was attempted she would have them arrested. George coffin dead George coffin died at the Home of his father at Des Moines at noon play. 0. Welch seriously ill or. D. Welch is seriously ill with pneumonia at his Home in West Ames. His daughter mrs. Hushia of Jewell came today to be with her father. Was mrs. Wallis birthday for anything in Fine merchant tailoring Call on e. S. Hicks Corner seventh St. And Douglas ave. 62t8 reverence the Best. Reverence that which is Best in the universe and this is that which makes use of ail things and directs All things a Marcus Aurelius the history and literature division of the Priscillas met monday afternoon with mrs. E. G. Wallis on grand Avenue. A most excellent program was Given. Mrs. Nichols gave a review of a the reign of Charlemagne and mrs. A. B. Noble of the first part of a the three musketeers a by Dumas mrs. J. E. Kirkham closed the hour with a sketch of a panne of Light refreshments were served. It being mrs. Wallis birthday the members gave her a Shower of amusing Christmas presents. Child lost among a found with the mayor May prove nest egg for an Ames Hospital Man proposes but very often it is papa who disposes. Valuable invention. A Man in East India has invented an electric pen that carbonized the Sheet of paper Over which it passes t St of modesty. Our idea of a modest Man is on who does t honestly think head made a Good president an umbrella always answers the purpose when you can t find anything else. A Choice line of Gold Heads guaranteed goods for s2.98 about three of clock a Bright Little girl of three years found her Way into mayor Sheldon s Bank and made herself at Home in the officers room. If there is any one thing that mayor Sheldon loves More than a pretty big girl it is a pretty Little girl and this youngster appealed to him at once a what is your name my Little girl a a he asked As he picked her up in his arms. a yes but Ruih what a a ooh just a you ought to have another name. How would you like the name of Ruth Sheldon a a a pretty Well i thank a can you say it a a say what a a truth a truth Skeldum a answered the Little miss with the composure of a Margaret Hall girl after her first engagement. The conversation continued while the patrons of the Bank looked on in amusement. Ruth was asked by new Comers to give her name and she always answered that her name was a truth for an hour this kindergarten Plaj continued. Then a delegation of distracted and wild eyed ladies came i panting into the Bank and asked Tho mayor to Call out the entire police and tire department to search for a missing child. Mrs. W. R. Raymond had come Dow n town As a Good intelligent woman should do at this season to do her Christmas shopping in Ames. While she was making some selections Ruth decided to inspect Tho City., she passed through the great crowds companies by German songs in the store and out onto the Street and tinally landed in the mayors office where she and tile City s chief executive formed a Loving attachment that will last during Many Christmas seasons. When mrs. Raymond failed to locate the youngest member of Lier household she started a search. The building was looked Over from cellar to Garret. Inquiries were sent to other stores. Prof. Raymond who was attending a men and religion Forward meeting was sent for. The twins were told to search the fourth Ward and the entire the activity of Ames people in the Sale of the red Cross seals May be the Means in time of establishing a Hospital Here for the treatment of tuberculosis sufferers. The larger share of tile Money derived from the Sale of the special Stamps or seals in this Community remains Here for the Benefit of tuberculosis treatments. While this will not net a very Large Revenue it is a Start. It is like the Penny accent put on Deposit in a savings Bank t grows with leaps and Bounds Many hospitals have been started through the red Cross Seal Agency t is possible so stars such a Hospital for Ames. Eighty seven and one half Jer cent of tin Revenue remains in Ames. Twelve and one a f per cent goes to assist the state and Federal authorities in fighting the plague throughout tile state and the nation. When tile Post office department made a ruling which threatened to paralyse the efforts of those in charge of the Sale of the red Cros Stamps it made a mistake which is happily rectified in the rescinded order. If a Little extra labor devolves upon the postal officials by reason f the misplacing of the Stamps mat is Only a legitimate share of the admirable work that is being done. Those who buy the Stamps should make every Effort to place them properly on the mail matter they Senc away. It is pleasing to note that there is being manifested an increasing interest in the movement. Days to Iris Mas the weather continued Cloudy and probably rain or Snow tonight or wednesday. The lowest temperature tonight will be about freezing. Triangular debating team is chosen tuesday a record breaker for Trade in the Ames stores following the suggestion of the daily intelligencer yesterday to get in Early to Day for Christmas shopping people have been swarming on main Street today. Ames has never before had such a tuesday Rush unless the tuesday preceded Christmas Day. By Reading Ames advertising people have been attracted to Ames stores. When Ames people read Only the out Side dailies they follow the outside advertisements. Ames merchants can make their stores More attractive by judicious and systematic advertising. Keep the Rush coming toward Ames instead of going out. The Christmas shoppers who will be satisfied will be those who get into the shopping game Early. Tomorrow will be wednesday. Only three More Christmas shopping Days after that. Dutch club dinner when the knockers got what was coming to Mem saturday evening the a Dou Steher Verein a the German club of i. S. C., entertained at a a a Kneiper or student dinner in alumni Hall plates being Laid for forty. The decorations were in keeping with the Holiday season. A delicious German meal was served a toasts a a gesundheit or health were drunk to Many from the or. Caramel was toastmaster and his Calls were responded to by mrs. Sara Field Ada Hayden and Grace Southwick and messes. Becky Inabin gel Icke Konig Krauss Briggs and Guernsey. The menu or a Speis Karte was As follows Schinkez. Y serve lat Wurst j be Muschter Winter Salat i Kart off Al Salat Dill Gurken Schweizer Kaese Fleish Salat. Belette Groetchen. A the fair up Schinkez i butter und Brot Berliner Pfannen Kuchen available English speaking department i Suesz Speise it Lebkuchen of the College was called on for help. ,. J Kaffee fret be in then some one suggested that the1 mayor ought to be notified. But Ruth beat them to it. From the High ten men the team to represent Iowa state College against Drake and Grinnell next term was chosen saturday afternoon. The men selected were Morton Cooper t. John Hill Raymond b. Reis Fred e. Triggs Edward Vaughn and Verne e. Wasser with Fred c. Fenton and Glenn a. A Illis As alternatives. The literary societies honoured Are Philo Athean Cooper Welch Hill Delphian Reis and Wasser pythian Triggs and Vaughn. Messes. Cooper and Hill have represented the school in former debates while the remainder of the team have received Good training in the Kennedy cup and inter society debates. Ames is noted for her Intel est in oratory and debate a fact which makes Competition keen and Strong in the e tryouts for the team. At the Princess the Bill at the Princess has exceptional Merit. Vardaman the female Impersonator is pleasing and the five juggling jewels Are perhaps the Best seen Here. Messes. Sears and Narvis Divide the receipts tonight and tomorrow afternoon with the red Cross Benefit. One of our Best friends in discussing the Best Story in the Bible says a it May Surprise you but its about Noah and the flood. We say this even in the face of the educated folks who turn up their noses and declare the Story a fake. You remember Noah had to work a Long time on that Ark. It was up Hill business too at Best and to go on toiling and sweating Day after Day in the hot Sun building a boat away out on dry land while the local Anvil and Hammer club sat around spitting tobacco juice upon is lumber whittling up his Pine boards and telling him what a fool he was to be expecting a big rain in a country that was to hot too grow Alfalfa but he kept at it. Finally the flood came and every mothers son of the croakers was drowned. This is the Only instance we know of either in sacred or profane history where a Bunch of knockers got what was coming to them see w. A Nick tree h. Poole for bargains in Goebal Council installs the following officers were installed v Goebal Council last evening t. I. Master a. J. Semmons. R. I. D. Master a. E. Emery. 111. Or. Con. Of work Ben Stull. Treasurer a. M. Bosworth. Recorder j. E. Cagwin. Captain of guard a. E. Haverly. Conductor of Council a. B. Kooser. Steward Lew Doggett. Sentinel a. P. Alderman. County treasurer Frank n. Fowler was present to enjoy the evening. A real treasure. A memory without blot or con Tam nation must be an exquisite treasure in inexhaustible source of pure re Bronte most men find it easier to hold a runaway horse than to hold the Tongue. Christian Church choir surprises the director the members of the Christian Church choir gave a Surprise party on mrs. A. E. Dimick their musical director ast night. Eighteen members of the choir and mrs. Len Harris formed the party. They arrived with their arms. Full of refreshments and their purpose of a Surprise was successfully carried out. Miss Lura Buckton acted As master of ceremonies and under her direction the evening was pleasantly passed by every one. As the guests were about to leave miss Buckton presented mrs. Dimick with a Beautiful picture As a Token of the choir s appreciation of her work As Leader the past year. The Coal dealer should be careful Faire risk of Welch. For anything in Fine merchant tailoring Call on e. S. Hicks Corner seventh St. And Douglas ave. 62t8 Christ Mas Trees. Advertise in the intelligencer and keep the Trade at Home. Home lunch Wagon the place for your meals and Short orders is a the Home lunch everything clean sanitary and . B. Smith. It is not Worth while now to advise folks to keep Cool the weather Man will see to that. Mail order example in one of the magazines a Chicago mail order House uses a column to advertise a certain kind of baby blankets for Christmas. The Price is Given at 69 cents. The purchaser pays tile postage which is to cents. Total Cost 99 cents. These blankets sell in Ames at 75 cents. Total saving by purchasing at Home 24 cents. A record Trout. A Trout m sighing More than 16 lbs which was captured during netting operations at Blagdon Lake Somer be Shire is believed to be the largest Trout in English Waters. The Gres conflict a Hill Century ago today december 19, 1861. The Tilden store the grand Rush for Christmas merchandise is now on. Fur sets get Busy on your fur purchases the Stock is getting More broken daily. Buy today and you will not be disappointed. Special prices on the fur Stock now. Novelties a new line of Sash and Collar pins also lace Jabot just r s .25c and 50c opened up. Each. Ladies Coats still have a Lew Moat desirable Coats which we Oiler at a Price to please. Come see bargains in cloaks skirts dress goods this week Semmons Olds store Bridge club meets the luncheon and Bridge club met monday with mrs. A. Macmurray and mrs. H. Stange at the Home of the former. A delicious four course luncheon was served at one of clock after which the afternoon was spent in playing everything was in keeping with the Christmas season tiny Christmas Trees marking each guests place at the table and tally cards of red and Green being used. Mesdames w. H. Jamison Adolph Shane and t. E. Colburn were guests i of the afternoon. The next meeting which should occur january first has been changed to the evening of january fifth when the club will entertain their husbands at the Home of mrs. Frank Linebaugh on North Western Avenue. Thirteenth birthday mrs. G. A. Stayner invited in thirteen girl friends saturday afternoon from two thirty to five thirty to celebrate the 13th birthday anniversary of her daughter Leslie. The afternoon was spent in playing games and singing. A delicious two course luncheon was i served the principal feature of the menu being a birthday cake Beautiful with Pink Candy roses and their Green leave. Many pretty remembrances were left by the guests. In an artillery Duel near Point of rocks Maryland on the Potomac River a Confederate Battery on the Vir Ginia Shore was silenced and its supporting infantry driven from their position. The Confederate Battery of three guns opened on the Encampment of col. Geary a Pennsylvania regiment firing accurately. The fire was returned with two guns. One of the Confederate pieces was disabled Early in the Exchange. After the confederates had retired the National guns opened on an old Furnace where a number of them had taken Refuge killing and wounding several. The British ship Chesre of Liverpool capt. Craig teas brought into new York Harbor a prize with a Crew from the u. S. S. S. Augusta capt. Parrot. The chesire was discovered in six fathoms of water off Tybee Island. Upon being hoarded capt. Craig showed clearance papers for Nassau but could not satisfactorily explain what he was doing so far from his course. The cargo of the Chesre consisted of blankets Coffee Eldal set. The Memphis Appeal reported the confiscation of $2,500,000 Worth of property belonging to Union sympathizers. The Lith Iowa and four companies of the 3d Iowa returned to Jefferson City Missouri from an expedition up the Missouri River with property valued at 15,000 and a number of prisoners. A party of the 5th Connecticut crossed the Potomac at dam no. 5 and burned a Mill which had been occupied by Confederate troops. Copyright ish by w. A Chapman i our assortments Are still unbroken. Come in the evening or in the Forenoon if possible on the second floor Beautiful furs at especially Low prices ladies flannel shirts with soft collars French cuffs at.si.25 leather bags table runners shirt cases Felt pillows College blankets monogrammed to your order. All appropriate gifts. Special for wednesday 50c brooches Belt pins veil pins Etc. In individual Holly boxes.35c the Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit

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