Ames Daily Intelligencer in Ames, Iowa 15 Nov 1911
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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 15, 1911, Ames, Iowa
Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa wednesday november 15, 191 number 37 two weddings today a quiet Home wedding took place this afternoon at four of clock at the residence of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. A. Macgregor la >5 Lark Avenue when miss Luis Macgregor was United in marriage to or. Charles Sneath of Kinley Saskatchewan Canada. Only relatives to the number of fifteen were present to witness the ceremony performed by Rev. Vav. J. M inching of the congregational Church the Beautiful ring service being used. The Bride was become ugly gowned in White embroidered Batiste and carried a Shower in Juet of bridal Flowers. After congratulations a delicious four course dinner was served to the guests mrs. R. M. Caxton acting As caterers the House decorations timing of yellow chrysanthemums. and mrs. Sneath leave this evening for Winnipeg and then on to their new Home at Kinley where or seat h is manager of the Northern Crown Bank. Miss Macgregor came to Ames about a year ago from Macoun Saskatchewan and has gained Many friends considering the shortness of her residence in Ames. Lester Burrell badly Hurt by falling pipe Lester Burrell employed by the my Cully plumbing company who was badly injured saturday is improving and a Complete recovery is existed. He was unloading Large Iron pipe from an interurban freight car when he was pinned to the car by on sliding from the Wagon and rolling against him. At first it was thought that he had sustained internal injuries. New carriers wanted for Ames Post office the efforts of Post master Bosworth to secure new carriers for Ames is Likely to be successful. U. S. Postal inspectors Van Dyke and Means have Lieen in Ames several Days going Over the several City routes and Are surprised at the territory which is covered by the present Force. . Bosworth Bas asked for additional service in the residence District and indications Are that it will be granted. Six additional carriers could be kept Busy but it is not Likely that More than two will be Given. Tick Hie judge pm e. Haverly this afternoon United in tile holy Bonds of Matrimony David Haworth and mrs. Mary Stillwell both of Ames. The ceremony was performed with due dignity with de Graves As Best Man. The Groom is 54 and the Bride 58. Flag staff for the new Post office building the Flag staff for the new kist office building is 35 feet Long. However there will be but Twenty feet exposed to tie View. There will be a door from the attic where Floyd 5v ii hams can get out every morning and evening to put out and take in the glorious stars and stripes. Old glory will float from the building every Day. The handsomest faces of Type for society printing will be found at the intelligencer office. Viaducts Over tracks is the crying need agitation is again started by influential residents of the South Side for a viaduct to Cross the Northwestern tracks. It is claimed that the Elevation is sufficient to make a Good Over head crossing on Duff Avenue. The Extension of Burnett Avenue under tin tracks Between the Morris and Olsan building is also timing urged. The Citi Zena of the Southside will hold a meeting in a few Days to organise to push this netted improvement. The College sign needs a real Good stretching the big Iowa state College sign near the new veterinary buildings needs a Good stretching. It looks As though the College was in the last stages of Delap Dat Ion. General Lincoln a Boule get out his six foot company and try army Pontoo Ning on the Slack. Furs the Opportunity of the year you have been wanting a Chance to look Over an assortment of furs. You do not want to Purchase a furs until you have found just what you want. A Large assortment from one of the largest fur houses in Chicago will be on display Friday and saturday of this week and will sell at special prices these two Days. We invite everybody to examine the line. A they air after the Victory the weather. Unsettled weather with probably Light Snow flurries tonight or thursday. The lowest temperature tonight will be about 25 degrees rebels Tike uht chinese City captured by republicans and the tao Tai has fled scene. No disorder is reported great Relief is experienced by populace when City Falls into hands of revolutionists Japan will not intervene. Tug saves 47 on derelict the fur will Fly the indications Are that before the end of the week the fur will be flying in Ames. That is one of the benefits of a daily newspaper a it makes the fur Fly. A Reading of two advertisements in this Issue will show you something fur Therin the line of getting ready for the Christmas Rush. A big contest is on. Two great stocks Are to be brought to Ames. There will not be a greater assortment of furs shown any place in Iowa than will be shown Here this week it will pay you to see these whether you buy or not. It is a Good thing to get acquainted with the manner in which Ames merchants do business. Hundreds cheer feat which saves Pacific coast vessel from going to pieces. Ames bees make Good record during summer supreme court will probably give of in Ion this week entire state is interested it is generally understood around the state House that the supreme court has completed its final decision. Amoy China nov. 15.�?the Republican Tricolour Waves Over the City. There is no disorder the shops remain open and there is a general feeling of Relief. Early in the Day crowds began to j assemble for a conference with the revolutionary leaders. At 2 30 the gunboat Yuenkai flying the dragon Flag cast off her lines and steamed out of the Harbor. Then about 1,000 revolutionists formed in line and marched to the walled City where they raised the Republican Emblem Over the tao Tai s Palace. Simultaneously a few tri colors were displayed in other quarters of the City. Many japanese and White flags also appeared. Excitement in City alleged. Excitement that preceded the change of government was allayed quickly. Fear of excesses had kept the popu lace in a nervous state. For several Days there has been no local government and the maintenance of Public order devolved upon Volunteer guards recruited from the Best families. Representatives of the conservative element who favored the establishment of the temporary Independence of the City made a futile attempt to Compromise with the Radical faction which demanded surrender to the revolutionists. At this time it is Plain that the radicals Are in control and alarmed at the possibility of mob Rule tao Tai Chang fled to Hon Kong. Throughout the night a feeling of uneasiness prevailed and this was increased by a Rumor that the Wells of the City had been poisoned by manchus from Soochow. As the Day advanced the Republican leaders showed they had their followers Well in hand and fear gave Way to a sense of Security. Arrival of the american Cruiser Saratoga the Monitor Monterey and the gunboat Quiros and the British torpedo boat destroyers Janus and Virago helped to restore Confidence. May take troops to China. Manila p. A nov. 15.�?announcement was made at military Headquarters that the sailing of the transport Sherman for the United states had been postponed. No official explanation was offered but army officers expressed the belief that the boat was held for use in carrying troops to China. A Large detachment of soldiers is in readiness to move at 24 hours notice. Japan will keep hands off. Washington nov. 15.�?information which has reached Washington from reliable sources As to the attitude of the japanese government toward China has gone far toward removing any suspicion that might have been entertained that the japanese were disposed to seize the Opportunity offered by the present chaotic conditions to obtain undue advantages. Astoria ore., nov. 15.�?the forty seven passengers and sailors on the Schooner Washington which struck on Peacock spit were brought to this port having been rescued from death after a Battle with the elements extending Over nearly 30 hours. Taking advantage of the cessation of the Gale the Columbia bar tug to tooth capt. Charles t. Bailey slipped in close to the Washington and after several attempt got a line aboard. Hundreds of persons on the Beach had watched the vessel All Day momentarily expecting to see it crushed on the rocks near North head and is passengers and Crew swept into the sea. A great cheer went up and an Echo came Back in the joyous shout of the passengers huddled on the Washington a deck As the tug took the Schooner in Tow. New trial in bribery Case Rodney j. Diegle former officer of Ohio Senate to have another Chance. Columbus. O., nov. 15.�?rodney j. Diegle former Senate sergeant at arms convicted in the common pleas court Here of complicity in legislative bribery and sentenced to a three year term in the Ohio Penitentiary won a new trial before the supreme court. . M. J. Clark of Clark Avenue has taken off the last Boney from his hives for the season. The product was almost up to Standard. The past season has let Een bad on Honey. The White Clover has not attracted Tbs bees and the crop generally has been Short. . A Lark was Able to secure a Quantity of unsaleable sugar Early and this lie fed the bees getting splendid results. A few Bee stings has taken the rheumatism out of his system. Des Moines nov. 15.�?that the supreme court will tile a decision this week in the Moon Law test cases is confidently expected by attorneys who attended the session of the court yesterday. The word has gone out that the opinion of the High court is practically Complete. The principal topic for discussion in the corridors at the state House yesterday was the probable finding of the court in the Case that is interesting the entire state. One Well known attorney in anticipating the decision expressed the opinion that the court would declare certain it options of the Saloon regulating act unconstitutional and that the court would find that the granting of a Saloon License is a continuing right As Long As the Holder of the permit obeys the letter of the mulch Laws. Another attorney who is interested in the combined Saloon cases expressed the belief that the court would destroy the a one Saloon to 1,000 inhabitants clause which is generally considered the most important part of the Moon Law. Not one of the several Legal authorities who discussed the pending decision Felt that the Moon Law will be upheld in All its particulars. Teachers in third Ward will give a reception the Board of education and the corps of teachers at the third Ward school will give a reception in the new building Friday evening. While All patrons in town Are Welcome the people of that District Are wished especially to be1 present. Their will be an enjoyable program tend the occasion will in in the nature of a House warm ing. _ Lieut. Weston returns from work in Canada Lieut. W. 13. Weston has returned from Canada where he was engaged for several weeks in engineering work. He will enter College again in a few Days. Captain Daly and lieutenants Weston and Kelso will go to Shenandoah tuesday to attend the officers school of the Iowa National guard. Hindoo seer gets new trial supreme court reverses lower court remands cause for retrial Nathoo free pending hearing. Des Moines nov. 15.�?because of the insufficiency of the evidence and because of technical errors in the trial the supreme court in a decision hams ded Down. Today reversed the finding of the Polk county District court in the Case of a a county c. A. Nathoo of Des Moines who was sentenced to serve a Penitentiary term of Twenty years by judge Lawrence de Graff upon his being convicted of assault on an insensible girl. Ahi is i bit installs lights. The g. B. Nelson construction company have been awarded the contract Foi sixteen live Light electro Liers to be installed at Story City. The Rosary and altar society of the Catholic Church will give a dancing party at yeomen a Hull tuesday evening music being furnished by Clem Mere a three piece orchestra. If you Are not a regular subscriber to the intelligencer Telephone your i name and address and Street number or Rural route and your name will Ibe put on the list fur Sale thursday nov. 16th on above Date a Salesman for the celebrated Lanpher furs will be at our store showing their line of ladies Fine fair Coats ladies9 Fine fur sets ladies9 Fine fur collars ladies9 Fine fur muffs in fact everything in the ready to Wear fur line. Social prices will prevail and we want every lady in Ames who wishes to buy any kind of furs to see this line. Lanpher furs Are known As the Best furs made in America. Quot i come Early Sale is for thursday Only Semmons dry goods store
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