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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer a. Volume 44ames, Iowa thursday november 16, 1911 number 38 or. Clyde Williams is one of world s greatest the Register and Leader of tuesday said a a in an article which takes up the Early stars of the Gridiron and the famous players of later years Walter Eckersall the former great University of Chicago Star ranks Clyde Williams present Ames coach and former quarterback on Iowa As one of the greatest players of All time. Williams is included in a group with Heffelfinger and Mcclung of Yale. Johnson of Northwestern Capron of Minnesota and Herschberger and Steffen it f Chicago whose deeds on the Gridiron the writer declares should be preserved for future generations. Williams career at Iowa is almost modern football history. Re was the quarterback and Field general of the two greatest elevens that the state University Ever produced those of 1899 and 1900. He was at that time and has since been regarded As one of the most important cogs of that great machine which under or. Knipe startled the football world by its remarkable Ralph Keiley Iti proves a letter from Ralph Briley written in the Hospital at Rochester minn., tells of the operation performed Friday on his hip. He is quite weak but doing As Well As can be expected. He will remain about to o weeks for treat-111 but s. Do you want a Job ask for it through the want column. Amusements. A Rosalind at red Gate w As the attraction at the armory last evening and a Good House greeted the players. It was a performance that was highly pleasing. Louis Ramsdell was the Star of the evening As Larry Donnovan the Irish adventurer. Mason Wellington Fred Whitman and a Hie Ellsinore Are pleasing players and earned the Hearty applause Given them. As a whole it was a Good healthy performance. The coming attractions at the armory Are a married Bachelor a november 18, a merry Mary a november 21. And a the top of the world a november 22. Ii. A. Ica to Boone the i. A. of Boone have invited the chapters from Des Moines and Ames to spend Friday in their City. A feature of the entertainment offered we ill be the reception that afternoon from three to five at the Home of mrs. G. H. Stinger the guest of Honor being the state Regent mrs Alice Day Marston of Ames. To beat Iowa saturday is the Ames Hunch the a a varsity and a a subs leave Friday noon for Iowa City going to Cedar rapids that afternoon and on to the University town the next morning. Five Hundred rooters will go Early saturday morning. Beat Iowa. Story City and Roland electric Light Plant a birthday remembrance. Mrs. W. P. Payne of Nevada received As her birthday present sunday the news that the next meeting of the state librarians association would be held in Nevada. Mrs. Payne has been one of the most Active workers for the promotion of the City Library plan in Iowa. She was 77 years Young and the Day was made very enjoyable by the Good news. The new Muf transmission line from Story City to Roland was finished last week and forty houses Are now getting service from it also motor Power is being used from it for the elevator and Butcher shop at Roland. The equipping and installing of the line and motors is t he work of the c. B. Nelson company of Ames. Tiehm held lie Liny miss Daisy Parsons is one of the operators of the Iowa Telephone but Busy As they Art even the a a hello girls get time enough to have a birthday and yesterday was hers. At tin1 invitation of her Sisters twelve other Young ladies from the same office surprised her last evening at her Home on seventh Street. The evening w As full of fun refreshments being served at its close. Miss Parsons was presented with a souvenir spoon As a remembrance of the occasion. Send your news items to the intelligencer. Special prices at 15he fair Olav 2 a big assortment of dress goods French panamas Poppins Serges Chiffon Pana he Mas. Regular $1.00 at. A ladies Outing petticoats extra Fine to and Well made. Regular $1.50 at. Sixty fairs ladies shoes mostly Small sizes regular $3.00 and $3.50, at. $1.98 it is now time to buy an overcoat before buying elsewhere look Over our own make overcoats that we sell at $15.00. It is a saving of $5.00 on every coat. All Etc a Wool hand tailored at. Special Friday and saturday november 17 and 18, there will be at this store a representative of one of the Large fur houses who will have a very Large assortment of furs. We will be glad to have you come in look them Over and make your selection. Special for saturday Only men work shirts regular 50c, Only. 25c the fair miss Kingsbury injured by fall from a horse miss Mildred Kingsbury living South East of town met w Ith a very painful Accident falling off her horse in the Lane near Home. She w As considerably bruised about her head and Back but it is hoped that there Are no serious troubles although she was unconscious half an hour after tie Accident and still suffers considerable pain. Miss Kingsbury graduated from Ames High school last june having made her Home the a t three years with her grandmother mrs Ben Kingsbury on Douglas Avenue. Professors at Columbus for National meeting the weather. Rain or Snow tonight and Friday warmer tonight colder Friday. The lowest temperature tonight will be freezing. The annual meeting of the american association of agricultural colleges and Experiment stations is being held at Columbus Ohio. Those attending from Ames Are president Stanton Dean Curtiss who is a member of the executive committee prof. Holden he Arm an of the Extension committee prof. Storm w to is on the program and profs. Kennedy Snyder and Mosier. Men and religion Forward movement meetings the boys work committee of the men and religion Forward movement meets this evening in the Epworth league room of the methodist Church. The social Survey and publicity committee meets wit ii them. The executive committee meets Friday evening at the congregational Church. Both meetings will be held at 7 30. Good prospects for a great meeting at the big Brothers supper monday evening. Have you found a boy to take1? pushing out into Rural districts around Ames finds anxious people wanting More of better things Fri Day evening at 7 of clock pursuant to a Call of the chairman of the com a Unity Extension committee of the men and religion movement 30 men responded and after a delicious supper those present listened with interest to Short talks by men who had gone out a few Miles from Ames and found the Ood Farmers and the boys on the farms ready to Aid and open up the school houses and Rural churches that to a might a ten to religious speeches the Farmers seem to know it is one of their great duties to cultivate their religion As Well As their herds and farm crops to a a better Standard the publicity committee is glad to learn and report the interest taken id this Field and also Iii the Way the men i Are making ways and Means to have the a big Brothers meeting a com i plete Success at the m. E. Church next i monday evening at 6 15. The committee of too wants Ever boy in Ames out to the banquet and to hear or. Hall of Chicago in his famous talk to boys on next monday evening. Men find a boy or two Anc get into the game editor Claude Campbell of the Jewell record is Happy Over a daily at his old Home. Jewell Iowa nov. To 1911. My dear Conaway i just now ran across my first copy of the a games daily intelligencer on my Exchange table and ill be darned never was so surprised in my life Hadnot dreamed of Ames boasting of a daily newspaper yet. A fellow who has t lived in Ames for seven years simply cannot appreciate the development that town has had. The daily intelligencer is just one More evidence of the remarkable growth Ames has enjoyed in the past few years and i sure congratulate you Reem from the Bottom of my heart. I certainly Hope you May make the big Success of the project that you so richly deserve and i believe that Ames business men Are themselves so progressive and enterprising As to appreciate the Enterprise and progressive Ness of another and will be Quick to realize the Opportunity that you project is offering them. In that Case of course your Success is insured Here a enthusiastic Good wishes for the Success and Properity of Story county a Only daily newspaper. Fraternally yours Claude v. Campbell. Engagement announced miss Easterly tells club editor Campbell pleased the Priscilla club entertains mothers a Large company of ladies responded to the invitation sent out by the Priscillas to the Mot hers of Quot students for a reception held yesterday afternoon from three to five of clock in alumni Hall. The guests were received on the second boor mrs. E. W. Stanton president timing at the head of the welcoming line. Pink chrysanthemums decorated the room and an hour was spent in sociability. About four thirty o clock the guests were escorted to the Assembly room made Bright by to Quets of it d chrysanthemums. An entertaining program w As rendered the first number being a piano Solo by Shutt Given by mrs. Clyde Williams followed by two readings by miss Shattuck a Tommy in peace and Atkins in War and a Little boy miss Niva g. Nichols Sang a one Fine Day from Madame Butterfly by Buccin accompanied by miss tune after which miss Rankin of the Public speaking department gave three readings the last one a poor Iii Lamb being especially appreciated. A Trio a since first i met thee by Rubenstein Given by miss tune miss Walls and mrs. C. D. Thompson followed. At the close of the program Light refreshments were served ending another delightful afternoon. Newspapers and cities. There is nothing that Calls attention and draws people to a town equal to a Good newspaper. In order for a Man to make a Good newspaper in must have the patronage of the people among whom he lives. If he has half Wray support it stands to reason that he must make a poorer paper and in doing this every Man in the town and surrounding country has to Bear a portion of the loss. For this reason if for no other the Man who tries to make a Good newspaper should have the support of his town people All of whom reap As much Benefit from its efforts fits he does himself. The people of Ames have the Opportunity of building up one of the greatest newspaper enterprises to be found in any City in the state of Iowa several times the size of Ames. They have an Opportunity of placing Ames on the map never before offered and one which if not encouraged and Given Loyal super kit cannot a consignment arrives for the exposition a part of the consignment for the exit position to be held at the congregational Church arrived from Boston this morning. These were used in the a world in Bostons and Are rare exhibits. A Telegram to the Rev. William j. Minch in announces that several More Large boxes had been sent by express and would arrive Here this week. Ames will see a unique spectacle next week. A great missionary spectacle will be resented at the congregational Church on wednesday and thursday of next week. The doors will be open from 2 to 6 and from 7 to 10 30 both Days and the admission will be but ten cents a session. There will be Over 50 different features and it will require nearly 200 people to produce it. Each session will introduce new feat ures and new faces. There will be Etc re curios from different parts of the possibly accomplish the the to. -.jgiobe, native melodies from Many a possible by a United Effort on the part of All the people. To begin the publication of a daily newspaper in a City the size of Ames was not attempted without first taking into consideration the vast labor and expense incident to it but we have unlimited Faith in the business people of Ames and her future. We believe there is a Field for a daily paper right Here in Ames. We believe the merchants of Ames will find it possible to very largely increase the Trade territory of Ames by Liberal 1 tons splendid displays of fancy work from the Orient striking Tableaux in attractive settings surprises of invention and ingenuity. Each session will be an entertainment Well Worth 50 cents but it is put on As an educational Institute rather than As a commercial Enterprise. It is open to All the people of Ames and Vicinity and should be visited at least twice by All Church members. All Are invited to bring children for whom there will be Story telling and enter who drags the roads j the members of the music club received a few Days ago invitations that read a at the sight of the Maize yellow and Bright Well expect you sure on wednesday night. The old maids Fate and the bachelors too Are Busy preparing a Fate for 618 Eige tii Street. Guests to the number of Twenty responded to the invitation and were reminded by the hostess miss Blanche Easterly of the usual opening exercises of the club which she wished changed to current events for this meeting night. When it became miss Easterly a turn to speak she came in carrying a sack decorated with hearts and took Issue w Ith the saying of men a there Are three ways to Tell anything by Telephone Telegraph and Tell a woman by suggest ing that her w a was Best to Tell the club and then she let out of the bag a cat with streamers of ribbons and hearts attached. There was a wild scramble and at the end All read the hearts inscribed with pen pictures of cupid and the following a Blanche Easterly a. D. Simpsons december seventh 1911. Music and games filled a delightful evening. The opening into the dining room was pretty with ear Corn and autumn foliage and chrysanthemums in red and yellow. An elaborate Buffet luncheon was served the Centrepiece being of candles one for each guest. Much fun was evoked in the lighting of them also in the fact that the first ones to Burn out w Ere those of miss Gladys Holmes and or. Will Adams. Miss Easterly has been singing evangelist through the state the past two years and is Well known in Ames where she has Many friends. Or. Simpson is one of the leading grocers at it Arles City and a very influential business Man. And constant use of advertising space it ailment and All under-12 years of in the daily intelligencer and the age win have free Mission. Time to begin advertising is now. A scorn in Tuc in a Al the Holiday season is almost upon dec Loolu to int. If inti us and if we expect to draw Trade from the outlying districts that naturally would divert to other places we must get Busy with Good live copy and keep it running every Day. One meal a week will not keep you from it getting hungry though it May keep you from starving likewise one and a week will not Tell the Story though it May help. Ames merchants have been fair advertisers in the past. They ought to become better advertisers right now. John Ogle living on route 3, was out yesterday dragging the roads. He put a mile and a half of Highway in excellent condition for the Winter. Miss Smiths Success. A Good measure of Success has come within Only ten months of graduation to an Ames girl miss Laura Smith. They have the Best Opportunity in Ufa re i verb he dipl Onla from the the world of telling the Public in Ames and adjacent territory every Jay just what bargains they have to offer and if they will become systematic advertisers they can and state University last january and has since been acting As nurse in Des Moines. She was offered last week. The position of superintendent of will very materially increase their nurses at the general Hospital located business. Let us All work to the end at Kast twelfth Street a of making the daily intelligencer a j and began work in that capacity a Ive prosperous representative of the new it Days ag0 City of Ames every Day. A Ames needs More a Community in a or. Bryan has no we Ord to say for Teresta spirit. We Are on the map that distinguished Democrat whom and we Are going to stay there. He once supported Alton b. Parker. Imp just for Friday $1.00 blankets .85 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 4.00 a it a a a a $1.10 1.30 1.50 1.75 2.20 3.60 crib blankets pair 50c. Baby blankets pair 75c

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