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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa saturday november la. 1911 cyclones e 15 to the Dally suppl ies the needs the value of the daily intelligencer will appear each Day in its visits to the Homes of the people of the Community. I he big thing today is the football game. What was the scorer Quot who made the plays in this much doped Battle the intelligencer is Able to Tell you almost As soon As the game is Over. Then Hile interested in the sports of the Day there is a lot of Good sport news and stories about the big players who have been appearing on the Diamond and the Gridiron. You will be interested in these features. What about tomorrow where shall we go to Church the intelligencer tells you of the several places of worship and who will conduct the services and what the ministers will preach about if they have decided before we go to press. You would go to sunday school if you Hadnot lost your lesson paper. No excuse now. The lesson for tomorrow with comments by one of the Hest writers on Bible topics appears in this Issue. Belshazzar s feast has been written about songs have been Sung concerning it orations have been spoken of this tragical episode. It is a Story that never grows old. It is the lesson for tomorrow. A visit to Guatemala will get you interested in the tropics. The news of the world is Given every Day As late As any newspaper you have in your mail. News concerning the social events schedule for next week Are Given this events. Ames is a Busy place. People have been unable to keep track of their social and Public engagements. The daily intelligencer will act As your social Secretary. By Reading it you will be Able to keep track of what is expected of you. In a few Days you will be wondering How Ames got along without a daily newspaper. Are you Reading the sky Man a More thrilling Story was never told. It started in yesterdays paper. The intelligencer has contracted for twelve of the Best stories published to be run during the year. These stories in Book form would Cost $18. This is the third Issue of the daily. Does it meet your ideas of a High Grade newspaper for a High Grade town to protect troops Bower Home Burns shells in army to be subjected to High pressure to prevent accidents. To Index nations heroes Gigantic task of listing dead in National cemetery begun commission submits report on supreme court Boundary controversy. Washington nov. order to make premature explosion shells used by the army practically an impossibility the ordnance department has devised a test forty times More severe than the one formerly Given. In the future every Shell before it is issued for use will be subjected to a Hydraulic pressure of 20,000 pounds to the Square Inch. The necessity of a higher test was strongly impressed upon army officers by the recent explosion of a Shell in a three Inch Field gun at Sparta wis., resulting in the death of two militiamen. Amalgamation plan Bill proposed. A special Board has been appointed by Secretary of the Navy Meyer to consider details for the amalgamation of the pay and construction corps of the Navy and prepare a draft for a Bill to be submitted to Congress to carry out this plan. The Board will hold its first meeting Here on november 15. Card Index for Soldier dead. The Gigantic task of making a card Index of record of the names of the Soldier dead of the United states whose bodies have been buried in the National cemeteries has been undertaken by the War department. The commission appointed by the supreme court of the United states in 1907 to Settle the Long drawn out controversy Over the Boundary Between Maryland and West Virginia has completed its work and submitted its report to that tribunal for final action. The controversy has been waged for More than 200 years and about thirty six Square Miles of land and the citizenship of several thousand persons Are involved. The question a what Are the headwaters of the Potomac River Quot is at the Bottom of the trouble. Another trouble has come to the Home of or. Sam Bower who lives on a farm just across the River North of Ames. During the past few years the family have had More than its share of life s burdens. Mrs. Bower being 0 iterated upon for cancer. Miss Bernice Bower the daughter suffering the amputation of a leg the killing of sixteen horses at one Type because of glanders and yesterday the burning to the ground of the Home. The tire was caused from a defective flue and broke out about noon Friday. The neighbors turned out and worked hard saving ing the Down stairs furniture but Only one bed. The House was of fair size and can not be replaced for less than one thousand dollars. Or. Bower was out of town at the time and will not return until this evening. Mrs. And miss Bower were taken to Nevada yesterday afternoon where they Are staying at the Home of their son or. Will Bower. Here is an Opportunity for a demonstration of the Workings of the men and religion Forward movement. Death of mrs. N. J. Bauge at ninety one years. Drainage in Boone and Story. The establishment of a joint Drain for Boone and Story counties was arranged at a meeting of the boards of supervisors at Boone last week. The Drain is to Start in Colfax township Boone county and end in Washington township Story county and will Cost twelve thousand dollars. Mrs n. J. Bauge died at seven thirty of clock this morning at the Home of her son or. O. N. Bauge on Clark Avenue. Mrs. Bauge was a sufferer from asthma and had been bed Ridden for five years. The past week she became weaker very fast and passed away at the advanced age of ninety one years. She leaves seven children six of w Hom were with her at the time of her death messes Torr Bauge and Larson Bauge of Cambridge Iowa or. Joe Bauge of Dows Iowa messes Milt and o. N. Bauge of Ames and miss Mary Bauge who had cared for her so Many years mrs. Joe Bauge is also in Ames having accompanied her husband Here. The other son or. John Boyd is expected from his Home in Illinois this evening. Funeral services will be held at the Home 824 Clark Avenue at 10 30 monday morning. The re Meins will be taken to Cambridge for burial. Mrs. Milo Manning trips and sprains her knee mrs. Milo Manning tripped and in the fall sprained her knee and hip. She has found it necessary to keep off her feet and is confined to a wheel chair in order to be about. Foot Ball weather for sure on the athletic Field this afternoon. It is the coldest Day in foot Ball history in Ames. Attendance fair. West bleachers tilled. I jots of pretty t Hornell girls in eve s Donee. Dancing up and Down Side ise and Back and Forth the six stators As Well As t lie reserves made a Bluff at keeping warm. Snow hurries and cold blasts around the 20 degree Mark did not chill the enthusiasm of the rooters. It was Ames game from Start to finish. Cornell made a desperate tight for gains hut except for a few flashy plays failed to climb the High Board Fence. The methodists were not Able to get in the game even on probation. Burge kicked for Ames and Ames secured the Hall but lost on Downs. On the punt Cornellus Man was takes Down in his tracks. Council punts. No scores were made in this Quarter. Cornell made five Yards around the end. Hurst received the Ball on a punt and returned it 25 Yards. Cornell made Yards on fake Forward pass. Cor be i fumbled and Ames got the Ball. Hurst made ten Yards and Hall went out of Bounds. Weyrauch made 15 Yards. Hunt made 5 Yards around end Burge made 5 Yards. Cornell made 45 Yards in straight line Buck and to Yards on a pass. Cornell attempted a drop kick hut failed on account of the wind. Burge made 15 Yards from the 25 Yard line. Burge punts. Cornell made 5 Yards. Ames gets Hall on punt Burge makes place kick at 30 3 paints. Cornell kicks off Burge punted and Lattimer recovered the Hull on Cornell s 20 Yard line. Burge made spectacular place kick on a difficult Angle from the 35 Yard line. A few minutes later Burge made another the Ace kick of 40 Yards. Score 0 too first half. In the third Quarter Ames kicked off Cornell ret inned to Yards. Cornell attempted twice to drop kick hut failed. Hurst made 15 Yards on an end run. Weyrouch made to Yards on a Center . Juhl makes 15 Yards around end. Burge failed to make drop kick. Honey West taken out Craft put in Fdl Cornell. Last Quarter. Taylor substituted for Hurst. Ames punted and Scott recovered the Ball. Mcdonald made spectacular 30 Yard gain. Burge made to Yards. E. West taken out for slugging. Hurst attempted touch Down hut went outside the line. Burge made touch Down. Ringheim kicked goal. Score 15 to 0. A mks Cornell Mcdonald l. E. Carhart Hunt la. T. Busenbark Pound l. G. Whittsel c Ringheim c. Keeler Juhl r. G. Denio Rutledge r. T. Archer Lattimer r. E. E. West Hurst q. Pony West Weyrauch l. Ii. Kramm Taylor r. H. I. West Burge f. B. P. Sage touchdown by Burge. Three place kicks by Burge. Referee Hyland of Iowa. Umpire Coe of Princeton. Judge Kearns of Nebraska and head Linesman Apt. Mummy West Point. Baptist recepti0r for Rev and mrs. J. F. Catlin. About three Hundred attended the reception Given last evening by the members of the Baptist Church to Welcome the new pastor and wife Rev. And mrs. J. F. Catlin. Yellow and White chrysanthemums and ferns made the Church Parlours pretty. Or. Clyde Siverly acted As chairman of the evening the following program being enjoyed. Prayer Deacon Temby. Address of Welcome in behalf of the ministers of Ames Rev. W. J. Minchin. Address in behalf of Church capt. K. W. Brown. Address in behalf of the City mayor Parley Sheldon. Response Rev. J. F. Catlin. Piano Solo miss Lydia Brown. Vocal Solo miss Caroline Laird. Selection male Quartetti messes will Bower f. Roberson w. Glidden and e. Fisher. Vocal Flo Nan a song Godard h in a Garden Hawley mrs. Berenice Carol Dox. Apt. And mrs. Brown and or. And mrs. Harris directed the guests to the dining room where a Dainty two course luncheon was served by the Young ladies of the Church mesdames Porter Roll Giddings Downing Carey and Glidden pouring a number of guests were present from Keilly and a most delightful evening was the result. Rho Sigma Gamma. The members of the rho Sigma Gamma fraternity gave a House party last week at their chapter House on fifth Street beginning Friday evening. The game was taken in saturday and in the evening their formal dance Given at Jamieson shall which was prettily decorated in pennants and the Pink and Green of the fraternity the colors being carried out in crepe paper. Music was furnished by Cramblitt a five piece orchestra. A four course dinner was Given sunday the company being chaperoned the three Days by or. And mrs. John l. Bovis of Oelwein. The guests from out of town were misses Isabelle Marlett Verona 111. Merna Lyon Sterling 111. Lucile Shaw and Ella Mitchel. Des Moines Martha Hartwell Stacyville Barbara Raker Helen Pfeffer and Letha Kint Cedar rapids Pearl Anderson Perry neb. Mabel Ross Indianola Grace Wilson Manchester Ruth Wilder Boone Katherine Schnee Marshalltown and Elizabeth Hutchinson Manchester. Or. Clyde Williams Umpire the East West High school foot Hall game in Des Moines this afternoon. Death of Peter Raff. A message was received this morning by mrs. Wilson telling of the death yesterday in Oklahoma of her Uncle or. Peter raft a former resident of Story county. Or Raff lived about three Mies South of the College hut since the death of his wife he has made his Home w Ith his daughter mrs. Shannon going with them to their new Home in Oklahoma. The body will be brought to Ames tonight. The handsomest faces of Type for society printing will be found at the intelligencer office. Send your news items to the intelligencer. Lays barbarity to arabs general Caneva italian general sends severe additional accusations from Tripoli. Washington d. C., nov. Gulliano italian minister of War has forwarded to the italian embassy a message from general Caneva relating to Battles november 6 and 7, in which the italian general declared there was Quot indisputable evidence of violation of the articles of War Quot on the part of the arabs. General Canevah a message said a one of the two dead was found barbarous by decapitated. No doubt exist that in these encounters the turks were present and for this season they Are directly responsible. Rumours whose foundation was not possible to ascertain were heard regarding bar Barous killing of italians fallen on the Fields while they were still alive and Stock Exchange firm fails. New York. Nov. was made on the Stock Exchange of the failure of the firm of w. L Stevens amp co. The present firm was formed in april 1910. The Bostonia ladies orchestra tonight the Bostonia ladies orchestra is the attraction at the College tonight in the lecture course. This is considered one of the very Best musical attractions in the country. The director has had years of experience and has had charge of some of the greatest musical events in new York and Boston. A few seats can be secured. A. T. 0. A movement was recently started among the alumni members of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity to perfect an alumni organization for the state of Iowa. The result of the agitation was a meeting held in Des Moines thursday evening. Among those attending the six of clock banquet at the Savory were the following men from Ames messes will Keeney. Trueman Manning Robt. Scherek Robt Colvin Dugal Porter Bernice Bradford Clifford Starrett Hugh Hostetter Frederick Bushnell Harold Cole Harry Keipp Ray Woolman Fred Hultz and or. H. E. Bemis. The toastmaster w As or. W. F. Jordon of Des Moines and the subjects and speakers As follows a where Are we a Rev. W. O. Harless pastor of first presbyterian Church at Indianola. Our Alpha Tau brotherhood Rev. J. Edward Kirbye pastor Plymouth Cong Church Des Moines. Being the a Good fellow a a. E. Parsons president Parsons College. We be been going some Mark Pennant. Simpson College. What of the new recruit or. H. E. Bemis Iowa state College. The Best is yet to come Rev. A. B. Learner pastor St. Johns lutheran Church Des Moines. Three Michigan two Iowa and one Ohio chapters were represented there being about one Hundred and fifty alumni in Iowa. The officers elected Are president w. N. Jordan vice president w. V. Buck Secretary and treasurer b. S. Kruidenier All of Des Moines. Paving nearly completed. The paving of grand Avenue is almost finished and will be ready for traffic some time next week. The foundation is All completed at the present time and several blocks of blocks have already been Laid. If you Are not a regular subscriber to the intelligencer you ought to be. Number 34 Mik i fill rebels invade suburbs of City a Tao Tai of Amoy gives up reins of government. Forty shot at Foo Chow chinese revolutionists give summary punishment to manchus who attempt to use Torch minister to Japan flees from students. San Francisco nov. Eye Patch from Shanghai to the chinese free press Here says the revolutionary forces have in voided All the suburbs of banking and Are pressing hard on purple Hill where the Imperial troops Are entrenched. Minister flees from students. Tokyo Japan nov. to Haia chinese minister to Japan has left his official residence for parts unknown to avoid meeting 300 Young chinese students who Are in educational institutions Here at government expense. The students have been left without funds owing to the cessation of remittances from Pekin. The students began looking for minister Wang. When they found that he had decamped they took Possession of the legation and they have been in undisputed charge. Retreat for Royalty Cut off. Pekin China nov. City was reported quiet. Effie Only important development was the abandonment of the Pekin Kalgan railway by its staff cutting off the Retreat of the Imperial family by this route. Great preparations had been made by the government to keep this Road secure for flight Viceroy proclaims Independence. Hon Kong China nov. Ming Chi Viceroy at Canton who arrived Here on a British warship issued a statement to the foreign consuls making formal proclamation of the Independence of Canton and Kiangtung province. He declared that he is authorized by the people to make the proclamation. Under the new regime the provincial Assembly will act in an executive capacity in addition to its legislative functions. Relations with foreign Powers will continue but will be conducted from Canton by the provincial government instead of through Pekin. British sailors with four rapid fire guns Are guarding the foreign quarters at Canton. The revolutionists have assumed control of Admiral of chunks Headquarters and have hoisted the Republican Flag Over the admirals offices. Amoy left without ruler. Amoy China nov. City is without a ruler. Tao Tai Chang has Laid Down the reins of government and none of his subordinates seems willing to take them up. Chang refused to receive official dispatches declaring that he was no longer in charge Tun Gan chief magistrate of the District has abandoned his court and fled from the City. The night was one of anxiety. All the Street Gates were closed and citizens remained within doors. There were repeated attempts to Burn the City but All were frustrated. Shipping is at the mercy of the pirates. Junks Are afraid to venture far from their anchorages. The american Cruiser Albany returned to Shanghai. The British submarine Supply ship Rosario anchored in the Harbor. Thanksgiving proclamation. President e. W. Stanton issued his notice in regard to the thanksgiving vacation the latter part of the week. It states that the regular vacation will commence at 5 of clock wednesday nov 29, and work will be resumed nov. 4 at 7 40 a. In. When you have a Job of printing Telephone or Send it to the intelligencer office. Gas have you seen the famous reflex lamp in operation amp it is known As the economical Home Light. It will save you Money. It will brighten your Home. One is enough for the Ordinary room for it gives eighty Candle Power illumination. We Are glad to answer All inquiries. Ames Gas company phone no. La ribbon Sale monday morning we place on i Sale 35 pieces fancy ribbons i 5 to 7 inches wide. Regular 40c i to 50c grades at per Yard Only i 25c guaranteed a real bargain Semmons dry goods store

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