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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 26, 1911, Ames, Iowa Minn., Moines Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa tuesday december 26, 1911 number 70 Greer collides with a morning express i blinded by the Snow storm this morning at 9 Kwh. K. Greer drove in front of the southbound Des Moines passenger train with a Bob sled at Boone St. The sled was pitched into the air arum demolished and or. Greer landed in a Snow Bank. The train stopped and the injured Man picked up and carried to the depot. He was taken in the ambulance to office. Or. Greer is badly bruised but it is not thought the injuries Are serious. The team was caught at the citizens lumber Yard. General new British unionist Leader brigadier general James Rush Lincoln was surprised let a several stall and Field officers of the Iowa National guard and surrendered. When general Lincoln lost his valuable to some time ago guard of slicers decided to replace it. As a Christmas re Mem be Ranee Justant general Logan Conklin col. Bennett and or. Bus acting for the officers called on the brigade commander and left $200 in Gold telling him to buy his own horse Veteran Carrier receives Corn and Oats for eleven years since Rural delivery was begun in Story county or. E. O. Stillman of Ames has been mail Carrier for route no. 2. Appreciating ens efforts to give Good service and please the patrons a movement was started to give him a Christmas re member Nee and characteristic of his neighbourhood it was Well done. Four generations were represents the Home of or. And mrs. L. C Wise at the College has been the seen of a Gay House party for the past wee the guests being relatives of the fan try. Four generations were represented the oldest present being or. Wise grandmother mrs. Wise of \ ii i Lea who is now nearly eighty three years and the youngest Donald Carlyle the Little son of or. And mrs. Wise who has not yet passed his first birthday. It was has not yet passed is Nisi air mud a. Or. Nowlin took the Telephone lines i guests were or. And mrs. John Huo 3300 and Summor. Lon Myers j of Villisca father and Mother the 1700 and 1800 lines. From these people or. Stillman received fifty Bush is of Corn and eight bushels of Oats while More is to follow from the 1900 line. The hoop skirt has appeared in Paris and the first one seen on the streets created quite As much of a sensation As the first hobble skirt and doubtless will be quite As strongly denounced. It Bas been so Long Gene that not even the memory of the Good old times can sae it. In tart if it is imported As a fashion it will be so new As probably to receive More re probative attention than even election frauds Wise of Villisca father and Mother of or. Wise or. And mrs John Hoover and children of Omaha mrs. Hoover being a sister of or. Ise. On Christmas Day the hospitality of j the Home was also extended to or. And mrs. W k. Greer and family and j or. And mrs. C. W. Shannon of Ames. At two o clock a very ele Barate dinner was served. _ As the Bath tub is the great Symbol of civilization and As those nations who make the most use of it Are the most progressive it is Gratifying to note that the Mission Indian in Southern California is coming in a Der the uplifting influence of the Bath j tub he is using it for a bed. The weather cold wave tonight. More Snow. It will be fair wednesday. Zero tonight mrs Temby i ails from second floor is badly injured Christmas entertaining or. And mrs. Guy Dodds entertained mrs. Will Dodds and three n of Ames and or. And mrs. Ames Reynolds and three children of Filbert. The family of messes. L. C. And j. G Alden mrs. Lydia Tilden and miss Winifred Tilden ate their Christmas inner with or. And mrs. H. F. Brown a big family reunion was held at Fie w. S. Burton Home on Burnett be. John was Here from Crookston George and family of Des Leo and wife of Boone War in and wife Jean and family and oth a relatives in the City. Or. And mrs. Frank Curtiss Ada Guy Curtiss w to is now tractor in engineering work in wis-1 suited. Consin mrs. Gertrude Curtiss Paxton or. H. W. Temby is a son of or. Of Davenport were All guests of prof. I William Temby and a brother of mrs. Mrs. C. F. Curtiss at a a the farm g. H. Mellor. He and mrs. Temby arrived Here saturday morning in route from Milwaukee to their Home ends at Muscatine. Expecting to spend some time in this or. H. Muir of Freemont neb. Mrs. H. W. Temby of la Moure n. D., who is visiting at the Home of her father in Law or. We. Temby fell Down stairs and is badly crippled. Mrs. Temby had dressed for Church sunday morning and in the dark hallway was trying to find the Stair door we Hen she pitched headlong to the Bottom. She is a heavy woman and fell with such Force against the lower door that two ribs were badly fractured and she was quite badly bruised. A doctor was immediately called and she seems to be doing As of ne-1 Well As could be expected. It is hoped a con-1 that no serious internal injury has re and Stew Art Narvis visited with his Par i Yuan Law who succeeded Arthur j labour As the Leader of die unionist party in the British House of commons seems to be the right Man for tile place having restored Confidence and United the factions he was born Iii new Brunswick in 1858. His father was a Clergyman he was educated in Scotland and engaged in the Iron business in Glasgow until he entered politics in 1900 from 1902 to 1908 he As parliamentary Secretary of the Board of Trade he is a Strong protectionist Leda Olsan died Ai St Paul eral wednesday arrived saturday evening for a Christ Mas visit with his Mother mrs. J. It. Muir and the William Muir family. Mrs. Mcelyea daughter Sarah and sons Harley of Alberta can., and or. Lew of Cumberland w Ere guests of or. And mrs. Stange. Or. And mrs. Fowl of Osceola Are visiting the former a parents. Or. And mrs. Griffin and son Ted have been House guests of or. And mrs. Munn during the Christmas festivities. Prof. A. Macmurray was also a guest during mrs. Mas Murray a absence from the state. Or. And mrs. Henry Ballard entertained the latter a brother and family from near Hampton at their new Home South of Tow n. Mrs. Myra Graham George Graham prof. Maynard and Thomas Perry were guests at the h. F. Pepper Home. Mrs. I. B. Thomas and children Are spending Christmas week with an Uncle near Story City. Or. And mrs. Sunderlin entertained saturday evening at a most i it in thou dinner the guests being c. B. Jones and family Fred Willey and family mrs. Pulver and children of Moline. 111., mrs Canfield of Des Moines Harry Jones of Boone or. Sunderland of Maquoketa mrs. Spencer of Delmar and Joe Eldridge. Vicinity visiting friends and relatives in Story and Boone counties. Y. M. C. A. Bob ride the members of the High school \. M. C. A., with Young lady friends had a delightful evening Friday when loaded in two Bob sleds they toured the City and suburbs. At the close of the evening the Drivers stopped at a the farm House a where mrs. Curtiss surprised them with an Oyster supper. Miss Hadley acted As chaperone. Methodist Church a pleasing entertainment was Gien by the sunday school the program Bein charge of prof. Hicks. Stereo tiran pictures readings by misses Mary Bryant Anita Meltzer Marie Ferguson and Beth Wellman two solos by miss Mcclure two anthems by the choir and several selections by the orchestra told of the birth of. Brist in song Story and picture. C. W. B. M. In the Church be Beda of san son of or. F. J. Olsan died Christmas morning at mount Park sanitarium St. Paul. The body was brought to Ames this morning accompanied by Bis father brother Charles and the widow and baby boy. Funeral be i ices will be held at the Home of or. F. J. Olsan West of the College wednesday at i ilk. The Homestead Lodge will have charge of the services. Rev. J. Frederick Catlin of the Baptist Church will deliver the funeral address. He was born May 31, 1889 at Platts Mouth Nebraska and came with his i parents to Ames in 1891. He was married a year and a half ago. They had i lived at St. Paul. Last week or. Olsan learning of the critical illness left for St. Paul and was in constant attendance at the bedside of his son. The cause of death was tuberculosis of the bowels. The c. W. B. M. Met Parlours. There was a Good atten4jp< and the study of the work in Jamaica was continued. Interesting papers on different phases of the work w Ere read by mesdames l. C. Harris t. W. Hauser and w. Ricketts mrs. C. E. Or. C. Welch who has been hav-1 Holmes playing for the songs. Re ing a siege of pneumonia is recovering freshment were served by the exe he was assisted in celebrating Cutie committee mrs. Mary Stephens father Welch improves newspapers must come regardless of the cold nicely. Christmas by or. And mrs l. O. Rushia of Jewell or. And mrs. Raymond seamonds of Norway miss Jessie Welch of Des Moines and h. Welch of Webster City the roast pig supper a very Jolly evening was spent thursday at the methodist Church when profs. Wells and Neidig entertained their sunday school classes at a roast pig supper. Every member but one of the two classes was present. The dining room was tastefully decorated in Holly red and Green paper and red and White Bells. Or. H. F. Pepper served a two course meal the chief attraction being a two Pound pig garnished with apples. Albia Republican just for fun lets make a Little comparison Between the newspapers and churches people Are always classing newspapers and churches together so it makes this Little article All the More Pat. If you read in the correspondence of the Republican today you will find where divine services have not been held at Many places in the Rural districts. The reasons Given Are a to cold a while another is a waiting for the Light of the Ion the other hand take the news paper. No matter How cold How Story or whether there Ever will he a Moon the newspaper must be i printed. The newspaper must serve As a part of your religion must he on j time and there can be no delay on account of weather conditions or i anything else. In sickness and la a death in birth and pleasures the newspaper Man and the minister go hand in hand for All the people. But in Winter Story cold wreathes the newspaper Man goes it alone. Substitute for rubber. One of the Many proposed sub St tules for rubber is obtained from the soya or manchurian bean which resembles the kidney bean and has been introduced from Japan and the East indies into the Southern United states a rubber like product that can be vulcanized is obtained by treating the bean with nitric acid Alkalies and i great Beau human sacrifices still. In some parts of Syria the peasant believe that doctors and druggists have a right to kill one Man and one woman every year to make Medicine out of their bodies a druggist whose establishment was boycotted because be was thought to have tried to Mur Der a boy. Brought suit against Tbs boys parents for their interference with his Trade but he received no damages As it was recognized that the adults were believers in the old superstition being president mrs. Mccullough vice president mrs. P. K. Jackson Secretary mrs. Loneks treasurer and mrs. Harris a member by reason of her position As pastor s wife. Mrs. Harris is also Secretary of the Northwestern District and will be of great service to the society Here. It was decided to hold no More meetings at the Church during the Winter but to have them at the Homes. The next one will be held with mrs. We. Ricketts on Burnett Avenue the second tuesday in january. Congregational Church at the cd a Somas exercises of the congregational Church. The sunday i school room was decorated in the i Christmas colors a Large tree prettily i decorated occupying the North Side. A half hours program was Given by the scholars under the supervision of i mesdames Hultz and Coover. Norma Lee then recited a a a Christmas hymn which was illustrated by six Beautiful coloured slides an illustrated talk by Rev. W. J. Minch in on a the nativity Twenty eight slides being used after which mrs. W. J. Kennedy recited a the visit of St. Nicholas a illustrated by six slides. The distribution of gifts from the tree followed. And the new York savants who have been trying to pick out the 25 Moat Beautiful words in the language seem also to have overlooked the inherent Beauty of the word two Bagger. Origin of the Bath Towel. A Towel manufacturer found that his machinery was not working right and that his towels were suffering a vast tangling of the threads. While adjusting the machine he used one of the damaged towels to dry his hands. He found it pleasingly absorbent and from the idea to which that gave Rise was born the Bath Towel and a Fortune to the Patentee. Queer superstition. There is a superstition in Cumberland eng., that if an infant is not baptized before it is taken out of Long clothes it will be bad tempered and ill natured All its life. Life Long Art fleeting. The critics a my dear just fancy having your portrait painted in your car Why a motor car goes out of fashion in a single year a your Plain citizen will do Little Avia Ting across the country so Long As the necessity remains for private trains in the immediate Hack ground. Going too far. Postmaster livery since we provided pen and Ink for Public Conven ence old ski Flint comes Hen Ever Day to write his letters. Today he Bas even brought his Secretary wit a him

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