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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Ames, Iowa Daily intelligencer volume 44 the daily sixty live business and professional men surrounded the tables at the intelligencer office yesterday at noon to talk Over making Ames grow. While lunch was being served by Harvey Davis of the twin owl restaurant factories were discussed. Or. J. J. Grove president of the Iowa state retail merchants association presented the plan for a breakfast food factory for Ames. The Opportunity will be further considered at a later meeting. Rev. Jay Kirkendall and Rev. J. F. Catlin two new Ames ministers were introduced and made Good boosting to i is. Prof. Fred Beckman head of the bulletin sect Ion of the Iowa stale College talked of the great opportunities for a fines to grow by presenting to the thousands of visitors who come Here the advantages of the town. He told How Des Moines had made its greatest Progress since it adopted the Noonday lunch hour for meetings. It promotes the get together spirit and results follow. It promotes Good team work among the business men. At this jmj Ini mayor Parley Sheldon emerged from the press room his face beaming with excitement. Quot Ames needs a daily newspaper a a said he a and we have Felt that the town has not been Complete without t. I want to say to say that it has just been the greatest privilege of my life to feed into the press the first daily newspaper Ever printed in Story it bunty. I hold in my hand the first copy of the Ames daily intelligencer. I want to express my great gratification at this venture and i urge a Jim the business interests of this town and the citizenship of the Community to get behind the protect and make it a Winner. A daily newspaper Means Ever thing to Ames and we must make it go with our influence and our subs Uncial Aid. The brought out Hearty cheers from All present. Mayor Sheldon called on Rev. Win. J. M inching president of the Ames ministerial association to offer prayer for tile Success of the Enterprise. The men were invited to the press room where each one was Given the Opportunity of feeding a paper in the press and of taking a copy of tile first daily intelligencer from the press. These were All carefully folded and Are being kept As souvenirs of the occasion. The congratulations and the Good wishes which followed and the several talks with voluntary promises of every assistance to make the Ames daily intelligencer grow in circulation and advertising patronage makes the venture Worth All that it has Cost in work worry and expenditure. It was the Best demonstration of the get to Gether spirit seen in Amos. The Ames daily intelligencer appreciates the Many expressions of Confidence which have been extended. Lucian a Tilden is the Golf Champion prof. Arthur Macmurray is at Abe Bottom of deep despair. He has had it put All Over him in the Golf tournament of the Ames Golf and country dub of w hich he is president. He did not go into the Hole. That is Why he i pours. After the Long seines All went Down to defeat before the awful carnage administered by the professor who has won so Many a a a so that his coat wont stay buttoned Over his sweater letters. All but one. Prof Mack has Only played Golf a few weeks but he made great Progress during the time he was at it. Lie gets a new letter to his athletic honors. A a run is the title and Means runner up. That Means that he came out a mighty Good second in the finals. Or. Lucian Tilden is the Winner Aud is today receiving congratulations. It simply shows that a business Man when he gets into the game is Able to defeat a Blooming prof. Rah Rah Rah for the Tow n. Just watch Ames grow. The follow ing is the showing made in the tree weeks tournament first try out new pastor for Christian Church. Rev. Leu c. Harris of Onawa appeared before the congregation at the Christian Church sunday morning. He had already received a Call from the official Board but wished the approval of the members w hich he received by unanimous vote. He and mrs. Harris will move this week to their new Home on Clark Avenue. Winners Clyde Williams or. Bush c. S. Nail vis l. T Tilden Floyd Williams judg Lee ii. L. Griffin j. Y. Luke prof Macmurray Frank Linebaugh or St auge w. C. Stephenson losers. A h Munn Fred huh. . Tilden Geo Hull. Mrs. Munn Harry Brown win Tilden j. F Tilden Winter Paxton r la Mccarthy or. Christ i. J. Bullock second try out j g. Tilden or. Bush l. C. Tilden h. L. Griffin prof. Macmurray or. Proctor Frank Linebaugh w. C. Stephenson Clyde Williams c. S. Nary is Floyd Williams judge Lee j. Y. Luke Dean Curtiss or. St auge Jack Watson j. G. Tilden l. C. Tilden prof. Macmurray Frank Linebaugh finals Champion Lucian c. Tilden third tryout or. Hush la. L. Griffin or. Brocton we c. St Spenson runner up prof. A. Mae Murray Ames Chautauqua the stockholders of the Maxwell Park association we ill meet monday nov. 13 at 2 o clock for the purpose of electing directors and the transaction of such other business that May be brought before the association. Matters of vital importance to the Chautauqua organization will be brought up and it is important that All stockholders be present. The notice is signed by w. B. Niles Secretary. Chautauqua association meets. The Ames Chautauqua association met Friday night and appointed a committee to meet with the Maxwell Park association and make arrangements for a Long term lease in order that the association my go ahead and build an auditorium and instal permanent and sanitary toilet rooms on the grounds. The association have placed some new numbers of the program for next year which is practically completed the handsomest faces of Type for society printing will be found at the intelligencer office. I armory of t0 a Era House i 1ight Breckenrid con ii Edge Stock i Sipany 9 hot i i a Down where the Cotton j i blossoms grows i a Southern drama prices --10, 20 and 30 cents i special t0night�?two persons admitted on one i i 30c ticket if purchased at Cagwin a before 6 of clock s Ames Iowa Friday november to 1911 a six oat City the tendency of towns with Only weekly papers is to drive the Trade of the Community to a one Day basis. A paper which appears but once and then in the Middle of the week Bunches the big Trade on the last Day of the week. That is Why everybody plans to come to town on saturday. If saturday is a Stormy Day the shopping is put off another week or is abandoned entirely. With but one string for the fiddle Many a dance has been spoiled. Merchants must keep clerks sufficient to Supply their needs on saturday. Much time is lost by employees waiting for the saturday Rush. A steady Trade every Day is Worth much More than spasmodic rushes. The merchants and their clerks have time to show goods. Purchasers Are better satisfied. Merchants feel better. Judicious advertising in the daily intelligencer can bring about the desired change in Trade arrangements in Ames. It will extend the trading territory of Ames. It will promote the Trade at Home habit. Make the advertisements More attractive than those in the Des Moines and Chicago papers. Deliver the goods. Make Ames the Best six Day trading Point in Iowa. Just watch Ames grow. Cotton Beal is do cd is in famous a Cor Nero Case growing out of indictments before supreme court plot to lift prices seen decision handed Down by lower tribunal that operation did not violate the anti Trust Law to be reviewed. Washington nov. Ion one of the most notable cases Ever brought under the Sherman anti Trust act is on the docket for consideration in the supreme court of the United states under the popular title of a the Cotton Corner Case a the Case arose out of the indictment in new York of James a. Patten Eugene g. Scales Frank b. Hayne and William p. Brown on a charge of conspiracy in violation of the Sherman anti Trust Law. Several counts of the indictment were held by the United states circuit court for Southern new York to be invalid. The government appealed to the supreme court from this holding and the technical Legal questions arising out of that Appeal Are up for argument before the court. Indictments charge conspiracy. The indictment charged the defendants with conspiring to buy enough Cotton on the new York Exchange to control the Price and then to sell it at arbitrary prices. The defendants were charged with knowing that the natural results of their acts would he to obstruct Trade in Cotton and injure Bona fide spinners and manufacturers by compelling them in buying Cottony to compete with a Short Sellers Quot who would be purchasing under abnormal conditions produced by the a Cor Ner a the Tower court held that a running a Corner Quot on the Market was not a Vio nation of the Sherman anti Trust Law this Bolding was based on the theory that the Quot Corner Quot had no direct effect on interstate Commerce for the defendants sex senator John c. Spooner and George p. Merrick and possibly others Are to appear while solicitor general Lehmann represents the government. Largest City in China goes Over to revolutionists and Lowers dragon Flag. Rebels capture fun Chow important place of 700,003 won Over a entire Manchu District wiped out predict fall of tientsin Slaughter at banking. Social problems the topic state conferences of charities and correction in session in Minnesota and Missouri. Duluth minn., nov. address on Quot Quality in social services by president Frank Lerond Mcvey of North Dakota University was the feature of the opening session of the state conference of charities and correction last night p m. Ringdal chairman of the state Board of control and president of the conference also spoke. Kansas City mo., nov. symposium on the problems of the state charitable and penal institutions was held last night in the first session of the state conference of charities and correction. The speakers were state senator George Vav. Humphrey of Shelbina Frank p Walsh and h. D. Faxon of Kansas City. If you want to buy anything from a farm to a second hand wheel Barrow ask for it through the want column. Hon Kong China now. , capital of Kiangtung province and the largest City in China formally declared its Independence when the dragon Flag was lowered and a Salute in Honor of the new government was fired. Rebels seize Fuchlow. Amoy China nov. is in the hands of the revolutionists. Alter taking it they wiped out the entire Manchu District. The foreign settlements have not been disturbed but fires have broken out in several sections of the native City threatening its destruction. Fuchlow is one of the most important cities in the South having a population of 700,000. It is the seat of a naval Arsenal government shipyards a mint a school of navigation and a Large dry Dock. Threaten to seize tientsin. London England nov. dispatch from tientsin says that the revolutionaries have posted manifestos throughout the City declaring their in Tention of seizing tientsin. They called upon All sympathizers to Wear the White Arm band of the revolutionary movement the Viceroy is obstinate. The French Consul endeavoured without Success to persuade him to leave his Yamen which he had surrounded with his guards. It is feared that desperate fighting will occur at this Point thousand killed or wounded. Banking. China nov. and revolutionists rested on their arms. The Loyal troops still hold purple Mountain the City a stronghold. The besiegers Are awaiting ammunition from Shanghai. In the fighting yesterday the revolutionists lest 1,000 killed and wounded. The manchus were strongly entrenched and had six three Inch guns and ample ammunition. Toward night the invaders who had attacked prematurely ran Short of powder and though desultory firing continued through the night Little damage was done. Rival chieftains murdered. Changsha province of Hunan. China nov. condition bordering on anarchy exists Here owing to the desperate rivalry of the revolutionary leaders who took Possession of the City a few Days ago. The two most prominent Republican chieftains generals Chiao and Tseng were both murdered by soldiers. They had been jealous of each others positions and their quarrel had been taken up by their followers. Two thirds of Hankow burned. Hankow China nov. of the City of Hankow has been destroyed by fire which followed the Imperial troops attack on the City. The lowest estimate of the loss is $50,000,000. Four Hundred thousand people Are destitute. Hundreds of half burned bodies lie among the ruins. Many of them Are the bodies of women and children. The custom House the number 33 Ana me american missions have been spared. The City has been looted the imperialists taking a hand in the pillage. Imperialist officers tried to Check this work and shot a number of the soldiers. Refugees were deprived of their loot on entering the British Concession carloads of furs Silks and jewelry being seized. It is suggested that the red Cross receive the proceeds. Engine saves Maine town gasoline apparatus prevents wiping out of Monson although heavy losses a a sustained. Monson me., nov. new Easo line ate engine put in use for the first time saved the town of Monson from being entirely wiped out by flames. As it was the greater part of the business Section of the Village was reduced to ashes half a dozen families made homeless and one Man is believed to have lost his life. The Post office the masonic Temple and five stores were among the buildings burned. The loss will be about $100,000. See gets prison sentence women and girls desert Chicago cult chief As court sends him to jail. Chicago nov. Arthur see. Founder of the Quot absolute life Quot cult deserted by his disciples was sentenced to the Penitentiary for a term of one to five years by judge Lockwood Honore in the criminal court he was ordered to be remanded to the county jail for thirty Days to allow his attorneys to file a Bill of exceptions to be Good one amies Gornell game saturday the methodist College is confident of winning the games its a shame to disappoint them. Word received from it. Vernon states that Cornell is confident of being Able to find Ames number in the game saturday. Cornell has shown exceptionally Good form so far this year and much is expected of them. The Ames Bunch Are All in Good shape for saturdays game although several of them Are still limping and carrying sore spots from saturdays game. They Are All being use Ltd in practice and will probably be in Fine shape by the end of the week. Cornell is a smaller school and for this reason Many people scoff at her football ability butt hey Are wrong there. Cornel has Fine material this year and can be counted on to make a Good showing. Ames will beat her of course but the Battle will not be one sided As Many seem to think. Cd puss Cornellus crack Man is out of the game with Ames on the time limit Rule of the conference. Cornell has counted on him for the past few years to play much of her game and they will in All probability Lay their defeat to the fact that he was out of the game. Mars has first night Frost. Flagstaff ariz., nov. firs Frost Over night has appeared in the Martian Antarctic regions. It was first observed at the Lowell Observatory nov 3. The Martian Date then being what corresponds to aug. 16 on this planet. Prof. Loren Green will install exhibit Geis his salary prof. Brindley gets Money prof. Loren Greene of i. S. C. Was called to Des Moines yesterday where he was in conference with Wesley Geene Secretary of the state horticultural society in regard to an exhibit of Iowa grown boxed apples for the annual meeting to be held in december at the Capitol. 1101. Greene has been asked to take charge of collecting and installing an exhibit for the purpose of demonstrating to the people of the state the excellence of their fruit products. Corn husking records. Corn husking is now Well under Way on the farms of Story county and while no phenomenal yields have let Een reported the average promises to be most satisfactory. So far As the Corn husking records Are concerned but few have been reported but As the yield will be Well up to the average is is expected that before the season is concluded there will be Many reports of Large records. So far to i amp the record reported at this office. This was made in a Day of the Ordinary length and without any Effort for a record being journal. Hoard clears up the question that was recently raised. Prof. John e. Brindley gets the Money due him As salary with the state tax commission. The salary has been tied up on the claim by the Secretary of the state executive Council that a Man could not draw two salaries from the state. As the governor the state geologist and several other distinguished officials draw regularly two salaries the matter was finally referred to the state Beard of education to ascertain if John was not working one Over them in doing two menus jobs and asking two salaries from the state in payment. The Board has been fully advised of the work and had heartily consented to such an expert As prof. Brindley taking on other duties inasmuch As this work did not conflict with his regular duties. The Board of education took the matter up with acting president Stanton who declared that prof. Brindley is nor neglecting his work at Ames that he does All his statistical work for the commission at Mes and is Only away from the College two Days in each month. Upon the report of president Stanton the Board of education decline to interfere and prof. Brindley will continue to serve in both capacities and to draw pay for services As professor at Ames and As Secretary of the tax commission and the state will receive the Benefit o this knowledge and the great research work which h has done return from funeral. Miss Maria Roberts miss Lola Placeway and mrs. Placeway and prof. A. A. Bennet returned tuesday from Pinckney mich., where they accompanied the body of miss Placeway is father who died Here tuesday of last week. Or. And mrs. Placeway had been Here visiting for some time when the former was taken ill and died on tuesday. South Side school to re open Ltd the South Side school opening will take place monday. The building is completed and the grounds placed in shape ready for occupancy. The opening will be quite a ceremonious event and Many speeches will be Given by the members of the Board of education and others of the City prominent in educational lines. Arrangements will be made at once for the removal of the old building which will be sold at Public auction saturday afternoon at 2 of clock. Gas Are you still kindling fires and carrying out ashes or Are you letting the Gas Range to the trotting in baking with a Gas Range you can regulate the heat perfectly ask your neighbor who uses one we have them to fill every want Call or a phone no. Llames Gas company j

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