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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Ames, Iowa Aimes daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa Friday november 17, 1911 number 39 Ames Normal debate this evening the great Ames state Normal dual debate occurs this evening at Ames and at Cedar Falls. The debate at Ames will take place at agricultural Hall at 8 15. Subject resolved that state and Federal legislation embodying the principles of the Canadian Industrial disputes investigation act should be enacted in the United states for the settlement of labor disputes. The Cedar Falls team. Messes Glenn Davis Earl wild and Carl Nolte will present the affirmative. The Ames team messes t. Job Hill j. G. Watson and r. C. Pollock have the negative. Rile judges will be the Hon. F. Al Randall of Cedar rapids. Prof. J. A. Mcconnell a German and or. Benjamin f. Shambaugh scholar historian lecturer and polished Diplomat of Iowa City. F. R. Conaway will preside. Miss tune will sing and the orchestra will play several selections. To pay necessary expenses an admission of 35 cents will be charged. The Ames affirmative team which left this morning for Cedar Falls and will debate the state Normal negative team Are messes Llloyd Burlingham h. L. Bass and e. M. Bell. The Ames College will do the test work much interest has been manifested during the past few years in having the forage plants and other seeds investigated for purity and vitality. The farm crops sect Ion of the Experiment station has taken up he matter of the cereals while the botanical Section has taken up the matter of the purity and vitality of other seeds no Tab a Clover Timothy Blue grass and Millet seeds. There is no use of sending this material outside the state to have it investigated by the United states department of agriculture when it can be done As Well by the Experiment station at Ames. No charges Are made for the examination of seeds for Farmers and the Farmers of the state Are invited to Send the samples to the Ames College for examination of a Rej wort is desired for Corn Oats wheat Rye or Barley stud the Sample to the farm crops Section. If an analysis is desired of various forage plants and other seeds except the cereals address the samples to the botanical Section station a Ames Iowa. Get Hie girl a pair of Bauge a aim jockey hoots. Talks Pep and spirit just before the Battle won the Ceramic prize at the european show competing with masters of Ceramic Art from France Germany England Austri. Belgium Japan and China mrs Adelaide Alsop Robineau of University City St. Louis won the first prize at an exhibition held recently at Turin Italy. Her contribution to the exhibit was a vase which is said to have a value of $10,, she is a Pupil of m. Taxi in boat at University City and is a member of the american woman a league. In the past the grand prize has been awarded Only to exhibits and not to individuals but the committee on awards recommended that tile prize be Given mrs. Robineau irrespective of past custom the artist is a girlhood Friend of mrs. A. S. Thompson of the conservatory. They have kept up an intimate correspondence and mrs. Thompson has two of her paintings in her Home. A bag Assembly was filled to overflow ing last evening for the Pep meeting. All sorts of scores Wei e asked for and enthusiasm reached the top notch. Speeches were made by both yell leaders messes Moore and Carri Gan by Dean Marston and the Ever popular talker. Prof. Mac Murray la was specially urged upon the student body that they preserve what is already becoming a tradition of i. S. O the sentiment that went out All Over the state from uninterested spectators of the Nebraska Ames game that a games team came out of the game As they went in bearing the Good old fashioned name of a Shower of Nickels on the drum was a feature of the program and was used to buy Bunting for tile decoration of the train carrying the team. Yells were yelled songs were Sung and every one predicted a Victory for i. S. C. All students yesterday in rest bonding to Roll Call answered a beat Iowa a Bauge a aim have a Lull ii be of alen9 and women s Felt shoes Aud Slipper. Aztecs. The a Etc dancing party was held at the chapter House saturday evening the music being furnished by messes. Barney and Dull. Light refreshments were served. The out of town guests were misses Lang and Bebb of Nevada and Engle of Newton and messes. Paul Crowley of Galva and Fred Lau of Ottumwa. Alamo club. The Alamo club held a dance at their House saturday evening the music being furnished by Clemmers three piece orchestra. The House was prettily decorated in the Lavender and Gold of the club and in carnations and chrysanthemums of both red and White. Light refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Prof. And mrs. Crum chaperoned the party the out of town guests being misses Winters Des Moines Wall Richmond Virginia Royster Omaha Bowers and Fellows Grinnell and Overback of it. Vernon. Big Sale of blankets and Robes any Plush Robe in the shop for $3.50. All Good Robes and some Worth $7.00, your Choice of 25 for $3.50. Come Early and get your Choice of horse blankets from $2.50 to $13.00 per pair. We also have some specials in harness and supplies. Come in and give us a Chance on your Spring harness. We want to meet you face to face. Buy Early. C. C. Amp go. 0. B. Cooley manager Washington Stan. The Board of education will tonight present the new third Ward school building to tin1 citizens of Ames but especially to the patrons of the South Side. For Many years the people in that part of the town have stood for the old building which was past repair. Now however they get a building which i it modern and up to Date in every respect and a credit to the City. The Board and superintendent Hicks have arranged an informal reception to take place this evening at the new building. Impromptu talks will be made. During the evening the High school orchestra will give a musical program. Vocal Solus will be Given by Robert Lark a. R. Squyer and miss Johnson and a Reading by miss Mcelrath. Citizens of Ames and est a a Dally those of the South Side art1 invited to attend. Bung a Alai Lubber protect lie ii in a Ivel i a the feet to la be Toniy Day. Dance Gayer undies a. Saturday evening nov. 18. Jameson shall. Good music. One of Ames oldest settlers passes away mrs. Alvina Arrasmith did last evening at seven thirty of clock at the Home of her daughter mrs. Lucy Cox on fifth Sti a eel. She had been in poor health for a Long tune gradually weaker until the end came. Mrs. Arrasmith had been a resident of Ames ouly ten years making her Home the past two years with mrs. Cox but is one of the old settlers of Story county having been a resident since 1852. Mrs. Arrasmith was nearly seventy seven years of age and left ten children mrs. Lucy Cox Ames James a. Ames mrs. L. O. Hanson living four Miles North of town mrs. Swearingen nine Miles North mrs. Bert Baumgardner Mccallsburg George of Zearing f. M. Arrasmith of Larrabee c. B. Arrasmith Amboy Minnesota mrs g. Ohmart Guthrie Oklahoma and Aden Arrasmith eight Miles North of Ames. The funeral services will be held sunday afternoon at two o clock at the Christian Church. It is hoped to have Rev. John Houser of Bloomfield present to conduct the services. Theta Xis the Theta Xis fraternity entertained saturday evening by a dance in Champlain Hall prof. And mrs. J. E. Kirk Ham being the chaperones. The Hall was decorated with pennants and their colors Blue and White which were carried out in crepe paper. Leeches Harp orchestra consisting of five pieces of Ackley furnished the music for Twenty dances. Twenty five couples were present including one invited guest from each National fraternity. The out of town guests were misses i Semmons says w. J. Semmons who has been testing the value of advertising in the daily intelligencer this week reports that he is More than pleased with the results. It is not always possible to estimate the value of an and. Some people will go into a store and inquire if certain articles Are kept in Stock just As Tho they had never seen them mentioned in the and. The merchant is pleased to have the fact mentioned that the inquiry came because the Patron saw the announcement in the newspaper. It also in. Courage the merchant to offer other bargains and that Means More advertising. Incidentally Here is where we get on. The Patron is also benefited by having More bargains offered. A merchant is As susceptible to Good things said to him As the Patron. Just make it a habit to Tell the merchant that he writes attractive advertisements and see him swell up and hand the baby an extra piece of Candy. You Don t lose anything in fact you will be the gainer. A merchant does t like the visits of a grouch. The Trade of a grouch or the person who is always telling what they can get the same thing some place else for is not Welcome. The cheerful trader is the noblest work of the creator. God never made a grouch. A grouch is self made. Or. Semmons is the happiest Man in town because people have been Reading his ads in the daily intelligencer and taking advantage of them. His fur Sale was so satisfactory that he will continue it today and tomorrow. Semmons says it pays to advertise in the daily intelligencer. Kappa Sigma. A delightful dancing party was Given saturday evening by the Kappa Sigma fraternity at their new Home on West Street the music being Given by Cramblette a five piece orchestra. Or. And mrs. Fred mum chaperoned. The out of town guests were misses Colford Littler Peterson and Cox of Grinnell and delay of Des Moines or. And mrs. Goldson of Kentucky messes. Walter Moore and Marchant of Des Moines Dickey of Des Moines and Cosgrove Brown of Algona and Wrider of i of Omaha. Sunday they entertained Boone and messes. Witmer of Des ten out of town guests at a four course Moines Porter of Grinnell and wat dinner. Erman of Newell. Sunday this fraternity gave a delicious four course Din-1 the handsomest faces of Type for Ner at which about twelve couples society printing will be found at the were present. Intelligencer office. The weather. Fair tonight and saturday colder tonight warmer saturday the lowest temperature tonight w ill be about 15 degrees. Ames High plays Newton Here saturday at 3 conductor struck Post badly Hori Newton High comes Here saturday expecting to take the Scalp of the Ames High. The game will lie All snap and Pep and take place on the College grounds. While Ames College is walloping Iowa at Iowa City Ames citizens should be on hand to help the boys beat Newton. Ames has a clean lot of boys in the High school who Are making a great record. Newton has a big husky Bunch much heavier than Ames. Beat Newton. Blizzard travelled some going across country a letter this morning from Harry Semmons who is travelling for Alice Chalmers company says that he was in Vermont sunday when the storm struck him. As the blizzard reached Ames saturday about to of clock the Progress it made is remarkable. Over 1200 Miles in 28 hours is going some. Keep at it. The manner of City advancement is rapidly changing. Years ago industries sought locations because of shipping facilities the ability to secure cheap Power Low rent abundant help and a Market for their product. The coming of the transcontinental Railroad the reduction in transportation rates the expanding markets the locating of cheap fuel deposits in nearly All sections of the country our ability to quickly adapt ourselves to a certain kind of labor have so greatly changed All these things that today the advancement of any particular City is the result of a United action upon the part of the people of that City usually through the channels of some commercial body of United Loyal unselfish men who give of their time ability and Money willingly and a sparingly. Ames needs just such an organization. Nature has done much for us in the Way of location climate and Rich soil underpaid with deep Coal veins right at our door for Power purposes. We have transportation facilities adequate to care for the needs of any kind of an Industry and in the heart of the greatest Market in the world. Ames ought to grow. Ames will grow. Natural conditions will cause us to grow but that kind of a growth is to slow. By proper methods and Well directed energies we can grow very rapidly. Lets get together and boost Ames. Every merchant in Ames ought to be represented in the advertising columns of the intelligencer every Day. The big stores of Ames can use Large space to their profit and the smaller stores space in proportion. Ames merchants have the finest stocks of goods in Story county. Be a Booster and subscribe for the Little daily. We Are not Large but we Are going to grow and we need your co operation to do it. Have you noted the metropolitan air about the new daily. Better than you thought possible Isnit it but not As Good As we Hope to make it with your co operation. Going in to Des Moines yester Day about noon conductor a. V. Kettells was badly injured by colliding with a Post. Kettells was leaning out of the window to turn the switch lights when the Accident occurred. He struck with such Force that the Post was broken off. At first it was thought that he had suffered internal injuries but the reports this morning indicate that severely bruised about the head and shoulders tells the Story. He was taken to his Home in Des Moines. Kettels is a Man whom everybody who travels the interurban knows. He understands How to be accommodating and is always a gentleman. Fred Munn who was on the car said that every one was As greatly exercised Over the affair As if they had lost a relative. For the Best boys9 storm shoes see Bauge Scalin. They All take to it like fish to water e. W. Kimble Roland i have appreciated your weekly and we like it More now that we can receive it every Day. J. E. Arnold life on the farm will be made still More enjoyable by being Able to keep in touch with what is going on in the world at Large but especially in our own Community. The Rural mail Carrier is now the most popular Man to be found. Everybody is out looking for him. Cd r. Holdredge if i was Ever sorry that i moved into the country i Ani All Over it now that we can learn every Day what is going on the daily intelligencer is certainly a great thing for a rues. . H. Cessna the daily intelligencer is certainly a commendable Enterprise. Nothing has transpired since i have been Here that unites the College and the City like the daily visits of the newspaper you Are publishing. Ames and the colleges a we Are not divided All one body we one in Hope and doctrine one in the Princess theater opened in Fine form the Princess theater opened last evening with the Best cheap show Ever Given the Ames Public. Cheap to the patrons but certainly not to messes. Sears and Narvis was the verdict of everybody. Standing room was not to be had Lith shows playing to full houses. There is certainly not a prettier or More modern show House in any Iowa town and the two acts put on by the a a world a comedy four and the violinist elicited repeated encores. The films were of Good character one a drama the other instructive a and a three piece orchestra rolled out the music All the while. Everything was running finely As every body could when they saw Charley smile about ten thirty of clock. Just for saturday ladies furs our fur Sale ends saturday night really Good furs at lower prices than other stores. Come see. Ladies Coats saturday is going to be bargain Day in our cloak Stock. Be sure to see the Fine assortment of caracal mixture and Black coat we shall offer tic a at your Choice for Plush Coats Are warm and comfortable for these cold Days. Let us show you the handsome pushes we sell at. $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $27.50. $30,00 Semmons dry goods store

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