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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Ames, Iowa Pau Ames intelligencer monday nov. Szo Lilje . By f. A Ana m. C. Conaway. Published every evening except sunday. Funeral services for mrs. Alvina Arrasmith 15c per week by Carrier personal mention or. F. F. Rogers spent Friday and saturday in Des Moines. Mrs. Quade who has been quite ill with pneumonia is much better today. Mrs. Harry Wei be has been entertaining mrs. Hal Roll of grand Island Nebr. Or. And mrs. Willis Mclain and baby visited Friday with or. And mrs. F. C. Tilden or. C. La Nelson has installed live mort4 five Light electro Liers at Independence. The history and literature division of the Priscilla club meets today with mrs. N. C. Drown. Steve Mccoy has returned from his Homestead and will spend the Winter with his Mother in South Ames mrs. Minnie Charlton returned saturday to her Home in Rolfe after a Short visit with mrs. J. L. Hall. Or. I Lay ton Schoonover of Des Moines visited Over sunday with or in. L. Parks of the interurban. I s. I. Rut Mel of Olin who is visiting at the Home of her neice mrs. M. K. Smith expects to spend the Winter in California. Miss Edna Mccall is quite ill at her Home on the South Side. She has been attending the business College in Des Moines. Or. And mrs. G. A. Snook and daughters Neva and Florence left sunday morning for a few Days visit at Hazelton w Here they will help celebrate a Golden wedding tomorrow. Or. And mrs. Chas. Tilden went Down to Iowa City Friday took in the game and spent sunday with mrs. Tilden a people at Riverside. Mrs Tilden will remain there for about ten Days. Sunday was Leo Burton a birthday and a Surprise was Given him by his w Ife who invited to his Home in Boone ail the Arnes relatives his parents and both Brothers and their families going Over to spend the Day. Thursday was or. Fred c. Tilden a birthday and his friends remembered the occasion by sending a Shower of Post cards about one Hundred being received by or. Tilden. It was his sixty fifth birthday. The out of town guests were misses Ethel Diefenbacher and Hazel Anderson Chicago Cleaves Mentzer and Ericca Brady Knoxville Lucile Moore Mary Moore and Mildred Keefe of Sioux City. Misses Edna and Doris Hammel entertained a company of friends at a card party saturday evening at their Home on Duff Avenue. Five tables were tilled for the game of 500, attractive tally cards decorated w Ith to Lowers being used. At the close of the evening Light refreshments were served by the hostesses. Miss Elrna Holmes was hostess to ten Little girl friends saturday from two to live of clock at her Home on Walnut Avenue. The occasion being her eight birthday and the hours w Ere spent in merry play until the close of the afternoon when a delicious supper was served by mrs. Holmes the Center piece being the birthday cake w Ith its candles. The guests left Many pretty remembrances of the occasion. The funeral services for mrs Alvina Arrasmith were held yesterday at two o clock at the c Hristian Church and were conducted by Rev. Leu c. Harris the pastor. Three songs a Beautiful Isle a a a a a Beautiful land a arid Quot nearer my god to thee a were Sung by a Quartetti mrs. Clyde Kintzley miss Lydia Hyzer messes. Mcgrew and Buckston with miss Buckton at the piano. Interment was made in the Ames cemetery the pall bearers timing relatives of the deceased. Those attending the obsequies from out of town were mrs. Bert Baumgardner a daughter of Mccallsburg or. George Arrasmith a son of Zearing or. F. M. Arrasmith a son from Larrabee or. C. B. Arrasmith a son from Amboy Minn. Mrs. Grant Ohio Art a daughter Guthrie Oklahoma messes. Arthur and Kenneth amp Bell cousins of Chicago or. And mrs Albert Grove and daughter. Mrs. Will Gossard of Webster City. Alvina Grove was born in Clinton county Ohio Jan. 25, j835. In Clay county Indiana March 4, 1852, she was United in marriage to William Arrasmith. Shortly alter their marriage she started with her husband accompanied by two other families for Iowa which in those Days was a tedious journey of six w weeks they located four Miles North of Ames where they lived for almost fifty years. During the hardships of Pioneer life they improved their farm and reared their family of fourteen children seven sons arid seven daughters to manhood and womanhood. About the year 1900 they moved to their borne in Ames where they lived until 1908, when the husband departed this life. Her oldest daughter has lived with her and has cared for her until her death november 16, 1911. The ten surviving children were Here to attend the funeral. She had always lived a True Christian life. Her Faith never faltered but was her strength and Comfort in every time of trial and every sorrow7. Especially was this True of late years. Mrs. Arrasmith Wras 76 years to months and 21 Days old. To Tell to. Tom Council Bluffs physician to plead insanity to murder Vierge the. Tragedy is recalled Kelly shot and killed Deputy sheriff Clarence Woolman of Council Bluffs and then de Sterzing of Des Moines. See Duckworth for picture frames. Priscilla club. The Home and education dept of Priscilla club will be held at the Home of mrs. Chester Fowler 430 Ash ave., on Friday afternoon nov. 24, at 2 30 instead of on wednesday on account of the missionary pageant mesdames Bishop Murray Kunerth and or. Buchanan will take part in the discussions of tha Day. Mrs. Storm is chairman and mrs. Wells assistant chairman. See Duckworth s new7 line of pictures just arrived. Come to think of it Wasny to it a Wise and statesmanlike precaution of president Taft to put or. Wiley firmly Back on the Job before going against All those Western eat fests a Pitts Burgh Gazette times. Want advertisements a cent a word each Issue. For Sale. For Sale butt Orpington and r. I. Red cockerans. De Rex 828 Boone St. 33tf for Sale two Iron bedsteads i sanitary Davenport 2 study tables 6 chairs and 3 commodes. 1107 Duff ave. 40tf Public Sale All household goods and in including velvet and ingrain carpets will be sold at Public Sale at my residence Hoo Duff ave. Wednesday. Nov. 22, at i o clock. Two ice plows and All kinds of be Topis. Mrs. J. Ify Dieffenbac Ber. 37t5 lost or found. Des Moines nov. 20.�?temporary insanity will be the defense of Harry d. Kelly the Young Council Bluffs physician whose trial for the murder of Deputy sheriff Clarence Woolman of Ottaw Ottamie county and Edmund Sterzing a Des Moines bartender begins in the criminal court today. Jude Charles s. Bradshaw will preside at the trial. Kelly has been incarcerated in the Polk county it ail Ever since the crime was committed March 25, last. Apparently the prisoner is perfectly rational although at the time the tragedy occurred every indication pointed to his being mentally Nubal ameed. The great delay in the trial of the Case was due to the illness of Kelly a counsel j. T. Mulvaney. Considerable criticism has been heaped upon the county officers for not taking up the Case More quickly. Judge Bradshaw however is anxious to give the Young physician a fair trial and inasmuch As the attorney in charge of his Case has been unable to appear in court it was decided to allow the trial to go Over until such a time As it would be possible for him to be present. Kelly shot and killed Woolman in a room at the Kirkwood hotel in Des Moines before Daylight on the morning of March 25. Afterwards he walked to Chiesa a Saloon third and court Avenue where he murdered Sterzing. At the time of the alleged shooting Kelly was in the custody of Deputy sheriff Woolman on his Way to the institution for inebriated at Knoxville. It is reported that the pair took several drinks together before retiring on the night of their arrival. Bailey amp Austin As the Candy kid and Jack in the Box in top of the world at the armory wednesday night nov. 22. Amusements. A merry Mary a the merriest of All the seasons musical offerings will be the attraction at the armory for tuesday nov. 21. A merry Mary is a Brand new song farce with Book by Harry Sheldon White lyrics by Jack Kenyon and music by Wilding Anderson and recently finished a Summers run at the Whitney opera House. Chicago. There is much in the combined work of this Trio which is really interesting and there is never a Dull moment. There is plenty of carefully carried out plot and complications can be found every instant. One of the striking features with a merry Mary a is the fact that there is not a single chorus Man. Or. Carnegie should lose no time in sending one of his famous hero medals to the editor of the new York Tribune who is defending the Payne Ald Rich Tariff . Paul Pioneer press. Turkey has discovered that when a nation wants a Navy it wants one awfully bad. Four Day Campaign december 14-17 the men and religion Forward movement has assumed definite proportions in Ames. For several weeks an inter Church committee has been holding regular meetings and organizing for a great Campaign the like of which has never occurred. The big Brothers banquet tonight is one of the activities of this movement and is directly in the hands of the boys committee. The executive committee of the larger committee has decided upon the Date of a special four Days Campaign which is to be one Climax of the movement. This Campaign will begin thursday dec. 14, and close sunday dec. It. It will consist of general inspiration meetings special meetings and conferences or institutes for those interested in special work. The committee expects to bring to the City several Able and Strong workers or experts As they Are called in the movement to assist. Great activities Mark the work among All the committees. Ames is being organized As thoroughly As it is possible for Earnest and systematic men to organize. The banquet this evening will lie an Eye opener to All those who have not been enclose touch with the work. Just watch the Ames men and religion Forward movement grow. Ames men hold meeting at Evergreen Church the Community Extension committee held its first meeting of the Campaign at the Evergreen Church South of town yesterday. Prof. W. R. Raymond gave the main talk on a the causes and Aims of the men and religion Forward or. George and or. Rex then gave Short talks. A male Quartetti was present and gave two selections besides leading in the sin Nasr. Do you want help the Community was fairly repro the want column. Seized in the audience of whom the larger portion were the Young people. It was a very helpful meeting to the Community and to those taking part. There was no one but what Felt he was More than repaid for the Effort put Forth to be there. The committee will do its next Extension work at Kelley on sunday afternoon nov. 26. These meetings / Are to urge the attendance of the sur rounding Community at the coming four Day Campaign and also to Makie further arrangements for helping the outlying churches. Those who were in the party were messes. Hoffman Roach Davis Fisher Roberson Rex Drupe Welch Ilstrup Gunder Raymond Welch and George. Births. Born to or. And mrs. R. A Nichol nov. It a daughter. Or. And mrs. Nichol moved to Ames recently from Minneapolis. Or. Nichol is an attorney and is claim agent for the it. Dodge Des Moines and Southern railway. Born to or. And mrs. J. P. Reed nov. 13 a daughter. Milford and Grant. R. P. Nelms returned from Northern Iowa saturday evening where he had been for several Days looking for suitable location for another year. He rented a farm near Algona and with his family will move there some time in feb. J. F. Warner received two car a oads of Western cattle thursday which he will feed for Market. Miss Isabel Warren was an Ever sunday guest of Friend at the College. Little Edward Heintz returned for amp a c Colorado tuesday where he had been visiting his sister mrs. R. F. Of Donnel for several Days. During his vacation from teaching Edward Carey is husking Corn for Fred Porter. Mrs. Henry Banks is the guest of her son Alvin Banks and family this week. Ask through a the top of the world a a play for the children Victor 4, $15.00 Victor 8, $40.00 Victor 6, $25.00 forgets. Then finds $4,500 Nebraska Bachelor merchant aged eighty is termed the absent minded Champion. Lost dark coloured shawl Between South Gate of College and grand Avenue. Please leave at this office. 41tl Lexington neb., nov. 20.�?willow Island neb., has the Champion absent minded tearing Down his old store building after erecting a new one Neil Mcmullen for 35 years the principal merchant of the town found $4,500 in Gold and Silver he had hidden at various times and forgotten. Mcmullen is 80 years old but still Aceve in business. He is a Bachelor. J. P. Morgan Worth $50,000,000, has been assessed according to the new York tax list on Only $800,000 Worth of property. This is one of the mysteries of our system of taxation and one incidentally which tends to make a socialist of the Small Householder a the top of the world is a Beautiful show tilled with magnificent pictures Catchy music and wonderful mechanical effects. Best of All it is purely an american production and appeals to both the classes and the masses the old and the Young. It tells the Story of a Little girl named maids who was unhappy and wished to grow up All at once. A fairy hearing her wish car ried her to the North where Kris Kringle showed her his workshop and two of his most prize toys a the Jack in the boxy and a the Candy Kris Kringle told her that if she went to the top of the world and stood beside the North pole that her wish would be granted. So they All started Kris Kringle Maida Jack in the Box the Candy kid and a great White Friendly Bear that did funny tricks. Finally they arrived at the City of Illus a which w As governed by Queen Aurora boreal is. After Many interesting things had happened Maida became convinced that it w Ould after All be Best to grow7 up like other Little girls so standing beside the wishing pole she bade Farewell to All her friends and wished herself Back in the apartment House. Bailey and Austin Are supported by almost the entire original cast. It is the largest travelling theatrical organization on tour in America this season seventy people being carried and All Railroad movements Are being made by special train. It furnishes three hours of the finest and of fun and invariably sends its audiences from the theater refreshed satisfied and Happy. The famous Collie Ballet consisting of the six Best known dogs in the world still remains a big feature. The opera seat Sale nov. 21. Opens tuesday morning see Duckworth Early for framing and avoid the Rush. Picture Charlie Nowlin get a passenger run Charles c. Nowlin who has been doing stunts with the interurban freight service has been promoted to a passenger run Between fort Dodge and Des Moines. He has earned the promotion Aid his Many Ames friends will be pleased to learn of his Success. Send your news items to the intelligencer. A to it Tup of a Prim tonight. Madam Butterfly Quot tomorrow night a tales of i i ii Julio Luigi Hoffman wednesday matinee. A ii Trovatore a wednesday a a a. Quot night a Lucia i your pleasure will be enhanced if you hear some of the music on the Victor Victrola at Quader a studio there Are 18 different records from a Madam Butterfly a including Farrar in her most celebrated numbers and the wonderful duet by Caruso and Farrar a ooh kindly heaven finale act i. Seven records from a a the tales of Hoffman a including a Barca roller by Farrar and Scotti. Twenty three different records from a Lucia i Lamme Moor a among them the glorious a sextet the Sung by different first magnitude stars or by the leading bands or instruments. The Complete a ill Trovatore a with 65 different records. Not Only greatest singers but nearly All of them can be heard in the Trovatore collection. A thais Quot has one record which alone gives it prominence musically the Beau of Quot a meditation by different artists. Don t fail to hear this one. Complimentary recital daily. Victor Victrola hornless victors$15, $25, $40, $75, $100, $150 and $200. If you Havn t a Victrola or an Edison on your list for Christmas do it now we Are Lay ing away machines for Christmas delivery a and to be on the Safe Side we d suggest your selecting your outfit Early. Well deliver now or at Christmas eve a and you can pay us for it in convenient payments during the new year. Tifful a Small part of the Money you spend for fleeting pleasures and amusements will secure for you the lasting enjoyment of the Victor. The worlds greatest bands orchestras and soloists provide their Best for your entertainment. Dealer

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