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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa saturday november 25, 1911 number 46 sunday Church services. St Johns episcopal. Thomas Horton Rector. On account of tile condition of the repairs no services will be held Tomor to w. Christian science. Christian science services tomorrow Atli a. In. In Smith is Hall. Subject a ancient and Moilen necromancy alias mesmerism and hypnotism Stranders Welcome. Or. And mrs. J. J. Grove entertain last night a Lehr Ait a it Ira a to in c a Macli David Moore pastor. Last night was the occasion of a delightful party Given by or. And mis. J. J. Grove at their Home on Kellog Avenue in Honor of next months Bride miss Blanche Easterly. A Large company was present at tin affair which i was in the nature of a Shower. The decorations of the Home Wert of hearts and Bells with Hugenot jets of i de chrysanthemums. The guests were received by Edith Mcdowell and directed u stairs where sunday school at to a. In. Pix aching j Best showed them to the i Essing at la subject a a pm Ormula for the pro rooms. Mesdames Jackson be stand auction of. Christlike c i a land acted As ii Arlor . Evening at 7j0, Epworth la ague. In. I follow ii by an address by the pastor j a guests who were the married i in Ojile of the Christian Church spent first Church. I enjoyable evening in making hold William j. Minchin minister. A thanksgiving service at the Iii him and stereo Ticon ing hour. Lecture views in tile evening on a tile Mission Fields methodist episcopal. Jay Kirkendall minister. Usual services tomorrow. Rev. Isaac headlands d.d., for 20 years a resident of China and professor in the great National peking univer Sito and author of a by products of Cliris Tian missions a will s a a a at the Jle Thodis Cli urch sunday evening at j Linen a gift from All present. 7 30. Or. Headlands has had an sex h Orrence in China Itiat tits him in a it ecu liar ers and the envelopes to contain them and also in Hemming baking towels the male contingent of the company making the Hutton holes. In playing games it was arranged that miss Easterly should Ruthie pm the forfeits and had imposed upon her the task of Jiening the packages after first guessing the contents and naming Thiee ways in Wlinich each could let a used. The first ones contained jokes but the last was a set of Beautiful table Way to represent to Tristian work in this mighty Empire. He furn Slit d the late emperor in Wang in with his first Bible and also ins first bicycle. Every Western Book that went into his hands previous to his famous �?o28 edicts of Reform a were Given him by or. Headlands. His wife was the in Leri ureter alien the consent of tile dowager Empress was secur thl to have her Trail a painted. That it might appear at tile a or d s fair along with that of a be ii Victoria. She was Aiso the in Ter in Ter when a a Inister Congers wife presented her tile famous silk Bible on Lier sixtieth Bir tilday. Or. Badlands is nut Only a Man of gift Ulii Lity and Rich experience but lie is what a Ltd sometimes Call a live w in a full of int Tuest and enthusiasm. Of ii Aud i eur him if it is possible for \ of to do so. Collegiate presbyterian. A. W. Lunes minister. Services of Champlin shall. Sunday school at Ici preaching at la and 7 30 p. In. First Baptist Church. J. Frederick Catlin minister. Sunday school at to preaching la and 7 30 p. Rn., c. E. At 6 30. Christian Church Levi c. Harris minister. Sunday school at to preaching la a. 111. At 7.30 p. Rn., c. E. At 6 30. At at St. Cecilias Church. F. C. Ranier minister. Mass Al 0 a. In. Sunday school 9 45 a. In. Keniry services at a a 3u by committee from men and religion Forward mov ement Dainty refreshments were served at the close of the evening by Ione Houser and Zeta Best. Tuesday club is organized College a number of the Young women met tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. L. Webster and or Gani a d a tuesday club whose Purk it be is entirely social until after the holidays when regular work will be mapped out. The election of of slicers resulted in tile Choice of mrs. Wallis for resident ind mrs w Ebster As Sec i Earv and treasurer. Ames Drake 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 the weather. Fair and stationary tem be Ratuis a tonight and sunday. The lowest temperature tonight w ill be to Degi yes. Ames High Webster City 17 5 5 0 la 0 0 39 5 in Iowa St. Johns Guild has a club House Day just fit idea soft is Why Iowa should Vijh Kua i a Supit Orts its Piu ducts. Also larges of living cd it Iii Titus on farm to make it More attractive for the boy prof. Holden stalk before the Coin inertial cd Nils of Ion a. Unity club has a thanksgiving Day program meal it ers of the Unity club in a thanksgiving program on rile Joy Tel wednes Ilay afternoon at the Home of mrs. Cora Cox on Burnett Avenue. Roll Call w As answered with a reasons for thankfulness and after a parliamentary Drill a thanksgiving program we As enjoyed with mrs. E. O. Wilson As Leader. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by m is. Warburton. M is. Crock Well of St. Ixia is and miss Gladys dudgeon were guests. United Brethren. Fred Riggs minister. Sunday school at to a Iii. C. E. At 6 to. Ill prof. W r Raymond chairman of the Community Extension commit a of the men and la Ligion Forward movement will talk in the morning at la a. 111. On a a tile cause and aim of the in the evening at 7 j0, the pastor will i ire a la As usual. The evening service is t Vange Listle in s ii Rit. The h Ayer service meets on wednesday evening. All Are cordially invited to be present. The Mission study class in a India awakenings is arousing some interest. A s irined discussion was held this week. The next meeting will be held at the Home of Levi Hill on tuesday evening. A holy Lilly at it ill legs t Basel tile a holy it itys will be Given at the a Liege Chaviel sunday morning at 10 45 under direction of prof. A. S. Tho Iii son. Tile solos will be taken Liy e. M. Benton r m Clark mrs. Thoni Json and misses Mcclure Walls and Ufford. Foil Rad a i fld. J lie marriage of miss Elizabeth Jane Fields daughter of or. And mrs. John Fields and or. Maurice b. Conrad. Which took place tuesday nov. 7, will be of Intel est to local friends of the Groom Vjio is a brother of mrs. . 8te Henson of Oji fifth Street. The we edding took Dace at the Home of the Bride s parents in i Mon s. In the presence of relatives and intimate friends. The reverend h. W. Menish of the congregational Church read the marriage ritual using the double ring service. The Groom is the son of mrs. A. B. Conrad 1417 tenth Street Des Moines and is a gradual of the Northwestern University. Or. And mrs. Con ibid will make their Home in Strool. S. D., where or. Conrad is Tim leading pharmacist. Eastern Star memorial sunday afternoon the Eastern Star holds its annual memorial services sunday afternoon at 2 j0 in masonic Hall. Members of the Star and masons Are invited. Made in Low a. Grown in Iowa use Iowa made goods. Eat Iowa grown foods. The above Are the ideas embodied in the address of professor p. G. Hoi Den of Ames before the lows a league of commercial clubs held at Haven port. A when we buy new York made goods Iowa has the goods but new York has the Money. When we buy Iowa made goods Iowa has both the goods and the in this terse , proft Susor hoi Den summarized the facts u ii which the Iowa league of commercial club is based and its purposes. A Iowa needs to have the Low a s Irit and the Iowa sentiment. We Sli Ould teach it in our schools w e should right Ach it in our churches we should sing it in our songs we should read it in our papers. Take the sentiment of California away and who would go there to live Iowa should mean of or Unity for Iowa Money and for Iowa boys. If a Young Man comes to an employer and a idies for a Job and he has none that employer should go farther than merely inform him that there is no work. If he is the right kind of Young Man. The employer should inquire into his Abili to and then find some one who can give him a Job Quot in one year there moved from Iowa alone to Canada 50,000 people. A Man in Winnipeg told me that each one of these on the average brings with him to Canada $1,000. That Means $50,000 lost to Iowa. Then each h Man is Worth to Canada about $1,0ik per year. In to years this Means $50,000,000. In addition it Means about $1,000 to Send each one it there As each is sup sorted for time by those w to stay at Home As a Rule. In addition the girl which each Man takes with him from Iowa cannot be measured in Money. But costs at least $1,000 to bring her up and educate her. A the average income of the farms in Low a is $800,000,000 per year. The average concern Ai it Propri ates one per cent of its income per year for Adver Tising. If the Iowa Farmers this it would mean an appropriation of s,000,000 per the improvement of living conditions on the farm with at least one half Holiday each week for the boy was urged by professor Holden. He also urged the teaching of the Chil Dren on the farm in life terms of the farm in terms of bushels live Stock Hay stacks Etc., instead of in terms of Hecks accounts Etc. The life on the farm should be made More attract live. One Cigar would do it. A there Are about 800,000 smokers in the state of Iowa. If each one of these would forfeit just one Cigar a year and put the Nickel in a fund Foi publicity it would mean that $40,000 would be raised for advertising the thursday was a sort of Banner Day thanksgiving Celebration for the la Dis of St. John s Guild who met that afternoon at the Home of mrs. Charles Hamilton on Duff Avenue in order to seethe Guild having lately receive d a arge contract for club it House necessities. The were All Sui Rise w Hen at live o clock the hostess led the w a to the dining room where a let Bountiful dinner w As served. The table was led High in the Center with Lucious a Les the last course timing the venerable it Lum adding where you could really a a stick in your thumb and Ull out a great fun was had when the new Merlier was initiated into the organization and after such a delightful after noon Home coming came too soon. Attended Golden wedding armory. Wed., nov. 29 a perfect dramatization it Mary j. Holmes Best Book Brandon amuse ment company Fri skit an artist ii Tion of. Lena Rivers or. And mrs. G. A. Snook and daughters Neva and Florence returned w wednesday from Hazelton where they attended the Golden wedding of mrs. Snooks Arents or. And mrs Swartzell who live at <,>ua.s Upton hut celebrated at the Home of a son in Hazelton. Mrs. Snook s five Brothers and Sisters were All present the first time the have been together for Many Veals. Passmore Gunder miss Bessie Passmore and or. Virfil Gunder were quietly married at Eglit thirty of clock wednesday evening by Hev. W. J. Min bin of the congregational Cli urch. The ceremony w As performed in the of Only a few relatives a messes. George Passmore and Charles huh Hart brother and Cousin of the Bride and or. And min. E. Gunder Byron and Dwight Gunder parents and Brothers of the Groom. The bridal Coule went at once to their Home on the Gunder farm where or. Gunder is assisting his father. Both Young m�?~0 be Are Well known Here having been born in Ames. Miss Passmore returned in so temper from Colorado where her family have s ent the past year. Or. Gunder worked last year for the Nelson construction Coli Spany and has since been farming. Rebekah Lodge initiation the a Elpers of Rebekah Lodge met in regular session last night in i. O. O. F. Hall. Mrs. Bessie Brintnall was initiated and at the close of the work Light were served and a social hour enjoyed. Cordial reception Given hear vacancy Ames Mayou mentioned in connect Tion with state to the new Iwin ister i Board vacancy. A Rece Tion was held tuesday evening in the Parlours of the Christian Church to Welcome the pastor and his wife Rev. And mrs. L. C. Harris. About one Hundred and fifty guests attended being received at the door by mesdames Fred Randau and v Ader and the misses Edith Buck Lura Buckton Anna c Raun and rate Cole. The i Ooms w Ere prettily decorated in purple and White Bunting and Bells and made cheery with to cruets of Flowers. Or. Fml Randau acted As chairman of the meeting and announced the Fol Low ing program instrumental duet misses Gladys dudgeon and Hazel . Talk by or. J. E. Arnold president of the braid. Talk by or. Cd. A. Duntz vice pres ident. Vocal Solo miss Grace Cole. Vocal Solo miss Josephine Baughman. Cakes and Coffee w Ere served at the close of the evening mrs. H. My Carthy and mrs. T. L. Rice entertain mesdames r. H. Mccarthy and t l. Rice were hostesses again thursday afternoon and Friday evening. The decorations were of yellow and White chrysanthemums in the parlor and living room and of Pink and White carnations in the dining room. Mesdames c. G. Lee and f. W. Line Baugh assisted during both parties. The affair thursday afternoon was a very enjoyable sewing about Twenty ladies responding to the invitations and s pending the afternoon in sociability. A two Cosine luncheon was served. Ten tables w Ere filled last evening for the game of �?o500,�?� the tally Cai is Iping of the a preaching a Turkey a two course luncheon w As served the guests by misses Norma Lee and Alice Mccarthy. A. De Shon Cha Pter d. A. R., of Boone enter taint d tuesday at the Home of or. St anger the guests Iping re it re Senta Tives of the two Boone chapters the two Des Moines Cha ters and Sun dial Cha Ter of Ames those acting from Here being mesdames Marston Budd Stange Beyer Tuttle Warner Davis and miss Budd. Addresses were made by mrs. Marston of Ames state Regent mrs. How Ell of Des Moines Regent elect mrs. John Stevens of Boone a past state Regent and mrs. Ingersoll Regent of Daniel Boone chapter. A most delightful Day was spent by the guests who report the Boone ladies delightful . A vacancy exists on Trie slate Board of education be it Ause of the resignation of or. Foster of Ottumwa. It has been Given out from Des Moines that the name of mayor Parley Sheldon was being considered by the governor for the position. Or. Heater is a Democrat and his successor must be a member of the same political part. Col. Sheldon is qualified for the position. He is the Best equipped Democrat in the state of Iowa for the place. He is familiar with the conditions of one of the three great institutions Over which the Board has control. Ames is not represented on the Board by a resident member or by a graduate of the institution. The appointment of col. Sheldon who has almost grown up w Ith the Ames College has been its advisor and Helper wound seem to be an appropriate and w ise move to make. It would be a fitting recognition of his services to the College and state. The editor of the intelligencer is not authorized to speak for mayor Sheldon has not discussed the matter with him and does not know that to has Given the matter any consideration whatever. Knowing of his splendid service in the Many places of Trust his High ideals of clean official service and against everything thai could be construed in anyway As tainted influence we do not believe that col. Sheldon w Ould for a moment seriously consider accepting the appointment should gov. Carroll tender it. It would be against the principles he has advocated. Just now col. Sheldon is one of the judges of the official acts of gov. Carroll in the fort Madison investigation. Specific charges have been made against the governor and col. Sheldon was selected As a member r of that committee. He is trying the governor of the state every one who i familiar with the record of the Ames Man know s that the report he makes will be based on the Coli editions he has found and that it will not be Tine tured with favouritism or criticism. To accept an appointment from the go Era or before or after the report is made of the results of the investigation w Ould be misconstrued and smack of an attempt to influence a member in his final decision. Col. Sheldon after years of Honor Able service would not w e Are sure encourage any Effort to have him named for the i it position at this time. Homesteaders pay Charles Olsan s165 wireless cooker improved. A decided disadvantage of the wireless cooker is that it is not entirely wireless for the heat of a stove or Gas Jet is necessary in order to bring the food to be cooked to the proper temperature where the cooking process continues after being placed in the Interior of the cooker. A new form of the wireless cooker makes use of the electric current for the purpose of imparting this initial heat and the combination is said to represent a great convenience and Economy. Thanksgiving Day dinner those desiring to take thanksgiving Day dinner at the Ames hotel Are re quest i to make reservations by wednesday noon. Walter Canaday proprietor. Play without a prurient or suggestive line a Complete Scenic production a Broadway cast a Turkey Given away free for your thanksgiving dinner popular prices 25c, 35c and 50c you will like the play Bftts r the Kook i tones of insects. An investigator Given to the collection of curious data has observed that there Are at least three different tones emitted by insects a Low one during flight a higher one when the wings Are held in such manner that they do not verb rate. And a yet higher tone when the insect is held so that none of its limbs an be moved this lash it is pointed out is the a voice prop cry of the insect in some cases to is produced by the Stigmata of the Thorax Sun acts As timepieces there is no need for clocks on the Aegean sea any Day w Hen the Sun is shining. There nature has arranged her Only timepiece one that does not vary though the centuries pass. This natural time Marker is the largest Sun dial in the world. Projecting into the Blue Waters of the sea is a Large Promontory which lifts its head 3,000 feet above the Waves. As the Sun swings round the pointed Shadow of the Mountain just touches one after the other a number of Small islands which Are at exact distances apart and act As hour Marks on the great dial. Pineapple tor diphtheria. Pineapple is declared to be one of the Best known remedies for diphtheria it has been tested we Are told with Good effects in cases of great severity fires of Buffalo chips. On the Plains where w Ood was unknown Buffalo chips supplied the Camp fire that cooked the meals of the plainsman. The old time prospector with bus Wagon and mules carried with him on the Plains a store of blocks sawed from a 2 by 6 Pine Plank when meal time came he chopped a Block into Many Small pieces lit bus fire cooked his Bacon and rolled his Tea or Coffee All of which he succeed cd in doing successfully by proper management terriers kept Busy. Three terriers re Nutly killed 250 rats in half an hour when a wheat stack was being threshed at Bishop s Stor Ford. England. Milford and Grant the Memi ers of the homesteader Are like one United family again. The last has been forgotten the Hatchet has been buried and All Are Bolt sting for the Oiler. In the recent disturbance Charles Olsan was one who expected to Dro out. He it Aid Las a it is sment the la get Day in the afternoon. The next Day he broke his Arm Secretary Hoon yesterday delivered t it him a 5.4 benefits from the of Der in cause of the Accident. It w As just like getting Limburger cheese from to land. When his Arm gets w Ell enough j Heel acts to hug Hoon. Mrs. A. C. Montgomery of Grant was taken to Des Moines to a hos ital monday. She will undergo an 0 Era Tion. Mrs. Thomas Birney is reported quite ill at her Home in Grant. Or. And mrs. Alvin Banks spent saturday and sunday w Ith relatives in . Miss Margaret Ellis of the i. S. C. Was a guest of the Warren Over sunday. P. Nelms sold a Nice it unch of fat hogs and delivered them at Ames monday. J. W. Bateman w As the buyer. Mrs. H. G. Erb returned from Des Moines tuesday w Here she had been for some time taking treatment for her eyes. After a months vacation spent with the Home folks miss Ruth Birney let a Gan teaching monday in North Milford. Miss Maude Erb was shopping in Des Moines tuesday. Or. And mrs. C. N. Moses and sons s ent sunday with the families in Ames. Mrs. J. F. Warren and daughter Isabel w Ere shopping in Nevada monday Margaret Heintz and brother visited Over sunday with their sister mrs. Of Donnel at Colo. Or. And mrs Fred Porter and children were guests of or. And mrs. Nelms last sunday. Woid from mrs. Julia Armstrong who is spending the w inter in California to the effect that she is w Ell Ani having a Fine time. Mrs. Leo Armstrong w Hoccom anted her is expected Home next month. C. N. Moses was a Nevada business caller wednesday. Boone yeomen Here for big Lodge meeting the Ames yeomen entertains the Boone yeomen tonight refreshments and music. Napkins known to the ancients. The Napkin in its primitive state found its origin in China. During the Man Dobud it Nasty 4.000 years Agui the napkins were already in general use they were of silk or certain kind of Linen and Canvas later came the paper Napkin you cannot obtain from any Stock Corset the Classy lines j style taste and absolutely perfect fit to be had in a Spirella Corset a Type for every figure let me select the Model your requires and fit it to you Spirella boning retains its shape permanently allows utmost Freedom of motion gives supreme satisfaction perfect Comfort. Spirea boning my training and experience Are at your service. Airpoint Monta in Roar it your Bimbo. Poet can or Faana Call win bit Ami. Mrs. Gedrge Foote 1c12 Lincoln ave phone tog. Atm Umi so Frolli act a to Uewl. Dolski Ontog. Limm Kcomt

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