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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa tuesday november 21, 1911 number 42 train no 13 kills gout Nevada Josie Hennesy a school girl run Down by fast express is not badly disfigured to tip lit ii hefty who lived near Hie c county farm did nut Nee tile approach of the train util too hate to Nave herself a a her companion of leaped without injury a wan on her Way Down town from her hoarding of on be. Miss Josie Hennesy the fifteen year old daughter of Sam Hennesy living half a mile North of the county farm was struck by train no. 13, fast West bound express at Nevada last night at 7 o clock and instantly k tilt d. Miss Hennesy boarded in North Nevada while attending High school. She was on her Way Down town after Supit or when the Accident occurred. A freight train w As standing on the North track and she did not see the approaching express train which was thirty minutes late and travelling at a High rate of Speed. A girl Friend who was with her was Able to escape but miss Hennesy was picked up by the Pilot and thrown considerable distance. A bad Bruise on the head caused instant death. While Many Bones in her body were broken the body w As not mangled and the features of the dead girl to Day do not show visible effects of the terrible tragedy. The Accident occurred on the main Street of Nevada and was witnessed by a number of people at the Dex get and in the immediate Vicinity. The train was held at Nevada an hour arriving at Ames at of clock. An investigation has been started and i�?T0101111 Glann is holding an inquest this afternoon. An Effort is being mad to locate the responsibility. Many accidents have occurred at Liis crossing Aud the Coroner w ill try to ascertain whether the company or the City is responsible for the Lack of Protection. Train no. 13 has Iten considered a Hoodoo by train men. It was run for a number of years As a Cedar rapids and Des Moines local but under the last time card w As made a fast through train and named the Centennial state special. It leaves Chicago at to a. In. And arrives at Ames at to it .35 p. In. The time card has it scheduled for but seven stops in Iowa. It is a magnificent train and if it had another number would be considered a splendid run. Many of the train men however would rather Lay off than go out w Ith no. 13. After the Accident last night there were members of the Crew who wanted to the my up their jobs. They were All overcome by tile tragedy. The Ames savings Bank makes Fine showing. The announcement made a Day or two ago of a reduction of running time of the interurban Between Colfax and Des Moines is a Good move. It is to be hoped a similar announcement affecting the Ames Des Moines line will follow soon. Ames ought to have quicker interurban service to the capital City. The quarterly statement of the Ames savings Bank made to the auditor of state shows a Tine growth in the deposits of this institution. At this time of year w Hen there is a great demand for Money to handle Stock cattle for feeding the amount of deposits w hich exceed the Quarter of a million Mark in the Ames savings Bank shows a decided healthy condition. The Success of the Bank has come about through a progressive and aggressive policy. With such a splendid lot of Money on Deposit Ames ought to feel like loosening up for the Holiday business. If the business men will Only spend part of this Money for advertising they can get the a eople of Ames to sgt end their Money in Ames instead of chasm Down to Des Moines. Then this Money that they spend in Ames stays in Ames goes Back on Deposit in Ames Banks ready to be spent again. The Money that is spent in Des Moines and elsewhere never gets Back to Ames again. It goes on Deposit in out of Tow n Banks and does not help Ames grow. This statement of the Ames savings Bank indicate that there is More Money being spent in Ames than Ever before. The Hanks and the daily newspaper show the commercial condition of the the towns. The High school team earned the game. The Ames High school team won a splendid Victory Over Newton saturday. Although the game was full of snap and the team played All Over the Field. Although the game at the end of the first ii Alf was 0 to 0, Ames had the advantage and were out playing their option ends. New ton worked the Forward pass however for Good gains. Both teams had hard work on several occasions defending their goals. In the last Quarter one of the Newton boys blocked one of Davis punts and received a bad kick in the face. He was injured so badly that he had to be assisted from tile Field. The feature of the last Quarter was w Hen a Newton Man recovered a punt with a Clear Field Greenlee caught up and downed him on the 15 Yard line preventing a score by new ton. Greenlee. Who was the Star of the game made the touch Down in the third Quarter. Christ kicked goal. Score ii to 0 ill favor of Ames. Newton has a clean Bunch of players. A beginning on the message the weather. Washington Stam. Stamp red table runners and towels at Perry a. Yeomen to entertain the Boone Lodge the Ames yeomen will entertain Boone Homestead no. 278, saturday evening nov. 25. The degrees w ill in exemplified by the Boone degree staff. Refreshments and music All members Are cordially invited. Ames 400 was out form big supper there were 400 who held their plates in their laps in the dining room of the methodist Church last evening at the big Brothers meeting. Ames never saw a greater demonstration by the pillars of society than the aggregation which made life Worth while at this meeting. There was something doing every minute of the time from the Jiening w Hen Jim Lincoln pulled the chair out from under Art Macmurray to the closing of the ranks in front of the platform when it sounded like an Avalanche chasing Over a Deposit of scrap Iron. Prof. Macmurray gave several selections to the most appreciative audience he Ever addressed. Or. Ely of Des Moines made a practical talk on the things a boy should know. It was a magnificent address and was Worth while. Prof Bishop and his la Guys committee Are to be congratulated on the great Success of the meeting. Divorcing prayers from foot Ball meetings. A some newspapers Are getting so serious about it that we fear if Iowa does not hold a presidential primary the other states will refuse to meet in National convention to name a candidate a says the Waterloo times Tribune. Twenty live 25 a it or cent off on All trimmed hats up to $5. On hats above $5 a special discount of 33 and a third per cent will be Given before thanksgiving Day at the Temple of Economy store. Ames has the greatest agricultural College in the world and she w ill have the greatest daily newspaper in the world published in a City the size of Ames if you will do your share of boosting. Armory opera House wed., in of. 22 the american comedians Bailey a. Austin in the wonderful music Success top of the world the big original no. I company see the famous original Collie Ballet Cloudy and unsettled weather tonight and wednesday. Warmer tonight colder wednesday afternoon. The lowest temperature tonight will be about freezing. Points to dangers in use of steel rails inspector for the interstate Commerce commission reports peril zone is reached. Seventy people. Orchestra. Just As presented one solid year in new York a who Wah Wahl who Wah Wah a directly preceding prayer at the University Assembly exercises or a prayer just prior to the blowing of a whistle which would Start a great Gridiron contest Are both in themselves an act trifling in the extreme with the senses of sacredness according to pres. John g. Bow Man of the state University in an address delivered before the University Vesper services sunday afternoon. President Bowman s denunciation of the prayer yell combination came As an explanation of the discontinuance of the University a regular weekly Assembly exercises which formerly took place on wednesday morning. The midweek exercises have been discontinued in favor of sunday afternoon Vesper services. President Bowman has been featured As the most up to Date University manager in the country. He has made a Good Start in some directions but in this last utterance he has placed himself among the Back numbers too fast behind to catch up in generation. He should come to Ames and take a Post graduate Couise getting some practice w Ith his science and theories. By his course he would place foot Ball and other College so ports in the Ante room to the place of everlasting punishment. He has not yet Learned the difference Between sacredness and Sanc Timoni us Ness. The sanctimonious took god out of Many innocent amusements but under the new world wide movement he is being invited Back. The Best workers in the y. M. C. A. Campaigns and in the Forward movement were the stars of the College athletic games. Every one testifies that they never went into a game without first asking god to help them play the game As christians. There Are praying foot Ball stars praying base Ball stars and praying race course managers who invite god to join them. They Are elevating the games and Are scattering a Sunshine religion that can be worn without a stand up Collar. If president Bow Man would invite god into the rooters meetings and to the athletic sgt Orts he might be Able to bring about a reformation in Iowa City along tem Perance lines that would Surprise him. God has never had a real Good fair Chance in Iowa City. Religion has always been held up As a sanctimonious j institution placed in the same class w Ith Small pox or the mumps. It is not to be w ordered at that the univer sity boys when called on to declare their Choice Between religion and the saloons have chosen the latter. President Bowman would still maintain the old order of things and make a religious service a funeral occasion. Invite god into the games and there will be no slugging. Praise him with a Joyful noise and there will be no desire to look up places maintained for the purpose of drowning sorrow. Put Pep into the religion at Iowa City and watch the boys get in. Washington nov. 21.�?the danger zone in the use of steel rails As at present manufactured has been reached declared chief inspector h. S. Belnap of the interstate Commerce commission in a report to that body. If heavy High Speed trains Are to be run in safety or. Belnap declares scientific investigation of the causes of rail defects must be undertaken with a View to remedying an existing trouble. Accidents due to defective rails Are increasing constantly. Or. Belnap a report dealt primarily with the wreck of the g. A. R. Excursion train on the Lehigh Valley Railroad near Manchester n. Y., August 25, when a a fundamentally defective rail Cost 29 lives. The rail was broken into 17 pieces and was found to contain Many a slag in the head of the rail there were transverse fissures which the report declares a cannot be detected except by while the report holds that the defects were of such a character that once the rail was placed in the track careful investigation would fail to disclose i hem it also contained the following a Xouy investigation further discloses the fact that the Lehigh Valley Railroad was cognizant of the fact that there were defective rails in service of the character of the rail herein questioned As evidenced by letters of instructions to Khaki for tars in tropics Blue too warm and White Chilly in evening say u. S. Navy official. Note�?$100.00 in Gold Given to any person who can bring proofs that this is not the original Bailey amp Austin. A How Moon Are we forgot Quot now that the athletic Field is to be moved the Jie Ople in the North end of engineering Hall w ill be wondering what has become of All their dear friends who have never neglected to Call saturdays. Washington nov. 21.�?bluejackets of the Navy Are Likely to change their of Gnomon when they serve in the tropics hereafter of the Navy department accepts the recommendations of a number of medical officers who have been studying the present uniforms with a View to their adaptation to service needs. It has been found that the Blue uniform is not suitable for tropical use being too warm and in washable. White uniforms Are too conspicuous and cannot be kept clean. Besides they Are Chilly in the evening. So it is recommended that the tars be furnished with army Khaki or Olive drab suits with Tan shoes and a Campaign hat something like the one used by the army. Man is killed in Church one dead and another mortally wounded in Louisiana clash. Shreveport la., nov. 21. A an Orangeville la Church was the scene of a bloody fight and Murray Snell is dead and William Snell his son is mortally wounded with a Bullet through his breast. W. R. Dawson is n jail accused of the killing and will Simmons is on Bond charged with having participated in the shooting. Meager details obtainable say that the trouble followed an attempt by the Snells to quiet Dawson said to have been disorderly in the Church. If you Are not a regular subscriber to the intelligencer Telephone your name and address and Street number or Rural route and your name will be put on the list. Massacre aliens tientsin says report concerning killing of missionaries is confirmed. Forces landed at Chifu american and japanese War vessels Send fighting Force ashore rebel recruits 8,000 Strong for banking a Carnegie cables we. London England nov. 21.�?a dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from tientsin states that the report of a massacre of foreigners at Lanfu capital of Shansi is confirmed. Confirmation from other sources however is lacking. No other details have been received except a dispatch from Paris which said the French colonial minister had issued an official bulletin announcing that there had been a massacre of the missionaries in the Lolos territory South of by Schuen. So far As known Here the chief foreign missionaries in the territory referred to Are scandinavians and English baptists. The Baptist missionary society whose missionaries and their families at Hsia Ful number 25, has not heard of the reported massacre. Or. Young an american woman physician who is the wife of a missionary is there As Are the members of the scandinavian Mission who number five. American Force is landed. Berlin Germany nov. 21.�?a dispatch to the German Cable company from Tsin tao asserts that the american and japanese warships have landed each a Force of 80 men at Chifu. The German Cruiser Emden has arrived at Chifu. Rebel recruit Are massed. Canton China nov. 21.�?eight thousand revolutionary recruits have been massed Here preparatory to their dispatch to banking where they will cooperate in the siege of the City. Carnegie cables to we. New York Nev. 21.�?andrew Carnegie has exchanged sympathetic messages by Cable with former ambassador we ting Fang in the last fortnight. A your hearts go out to you Success attend you Quot said the first message from or. Carnegie november 8. The former chinese ambassador replied from Shanghai a grateful Good wishes. We Are fighting for Liberty and Good government. Kindly ask your government to recognize to this or. Carnegie replied a your country certain among first to Welcome heartily her sister Taft is reported better president to work in i Library on his message to Congress and other important matters. Washington nov. 21.�?president tafts cold is better. Or. Delaney the White House physician after a visit to his patient announced that there had been a decided improvement in or. Tafts condition. Although he is to be confined to the executive mansion for a few Days if the doctors orders Are obeyed the president will not lose that time. He intends to work in his Library on his message to Congress and other import ant matters and will receive Cabinet officers and other officials there. To save Navy much in charts. Washington nov 21.�?capt. J. L. Knapp naval Hydro Grapher has developed a process of producing charts by photolithography at one twentieth of the Cost of the present Copper plate engraved Chart. These Copper plate charts Are produced at the rate of 8u a Day while the photolithography reproduction. Which is declared to be More j emirate can b3 turned out at the rate of 1,200 an hour. Just for wednesday the 10c Quality wed. Price�?8c a a 9ke this saves you about 25 per cent no limit buy All you want Semmons dry goods store

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