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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Ames, Iowa Volume 44ames, Iowa monday november 27, 1911 number 47 serious Accident to Elmer Adams Falls from second Story window. Breaks Arm and leg. A serious Accident befell Elmer Adams yesterday morning about nine o clock at his Home on North Burnett Avenue. The was taking off the screens from the second Story windows when flip ladder slipped on the frosty grass letting him fall to the ground. He struck on a Cement walk breaking his Arm at the Elbow and his leg at the hip. His agony was so great As to make it necessary to use chloroform at once. He was taken to the Eleanor Moore Hospital at Boone accompanied by doctors Bush and Adamson and his sister mrs. Frank Gerbracht who lives South of the College. Or. Adams will be compelled to be on his Back for six weeks. He has been in the George Kintzley Barber shop for some years coming Here from Pennsylvania. Mrs. Adams has the sympathy of the Community timing obliged to remain at Home with her two weeks old babe. They have three children. Or. Adams about it a it Vears old. J. W. Riggs loses a valuable Mare t services at Lodo the thanksgiving Day services will be held at the congregational Church thursday morning at 1 30. The ministerial association has arranged with Rev. Fred Biggs pastor of the i. B. Church to preachy mrs. John born injured fell from Church step sunday As mrs. John born was emerging from the methodist Church she fell from the Steps and was seriously injured though it does not appear that any Bones were broken. Flag raising tuesday on Lincoln school the ceremony for the Flag liaising at Lincoln school in the third Ward will occur at 2 of clock tomorrow. The hag will be presented by the women a Relief corps. Both the w. R. C. And g. A. R. Will attend in a body meeting at their Hall at 1 30. Miss Williams the principal has prepared an interesting program and the citizens of Ames Are urged to attend. Blood poisoning caused the death of a $250. Mare for j. W. Biggs. Since the birth of her Colt in june she had not Well. Friday she went to the floor with pains and before a vet Rinar Ian could reach the farm she was dead. Hits Gill in Hospital miss Mabel Sills of North Kellog Avenue daughter of or. Will Sills has been taken ill with a very serious attack of appendicitis. She underwent an operation yesterday afternoon at the methodist Hospital at Des Moines. Get the Trade coming Mesward. Potatoes $1.00 a Bushel in a Tell met a mtr m to for m. A new a a limn mom Gold medal Flemr $1.50 a sack we have a car of Minnesota potatoes on track bought Early in the month before the last Advance. Jobbers Price today is $1.00 to $1.10. We offer you the Benefit of our Purchase and will deliver from the car in 2h Bushel sacks at $1.00 per Bushel. Get in your orders at once. Will not sell More than 150 sack at this Price. Special for this week Washburn Crosby s Gold medal flour�?$1.50 the Tilden store co. Brandon amusement company Fuks Kint a \ autistic of. Armory wed. Nov. 29 a perfect dramatization of Mary j. Holmes Best Book Lena Rivers 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 will make daring sea voyage the weather. Snow and much colder tonight. Tuesday Cloudy and continued cold. A freshman gets an awful Shock Short circuited in a College car and has close Call. Is maj or. G h. Olmste Adof Prophetstown Illinois a freshman at Iowa state College suffered an injury saturday even ing while on a College car moving Between Kellog and Douglas avenues. He was sitting next the aisle when he suddenly crumpled up As though he had fainted. He was carried to the office of or. C. A. Aplin where efforts i to resuscitate him were ineffectual for Over an hour. On being conscious he told the doctor that he had received an electric Shock. It is thought the Heater in the seat and the trolley pole must have Short circuited and or. Olm Stead received the charge of five Hundred volts because of the fact that his foot rested on a Bolt in the floor. He is much better today than yesterday but is having some trouble with a stiff leg. Ames 38 Webster City 6 was saturday score braving the perils of the Broad Atlantic g 8 Rimland of Philadelphia Wii attempt to Cross the Atlantic in a motor boat the regal Victor accompanied by a Volunteer Crew of Sis men the Little Craft is being built at is Michaels my so far two men have been selected to accompany or a Quiaud they Are George Olsen and m. D Bangs of Camden. N j the Start will be made from Philadelphia Early in june Quot we expect to make the trip in ten Days said or Ruhland a we will carry food and water to last two weeks however the Ames Victory Over Drake team fought eleven men and a Blue eyed referee saturday saturday Ames became the football champions of Iowa and of the Missouri Valley disputing the right of Nebraska to claim that distinction. Saturday in spite of a color Blind and prejudiced referee Ames won and Ames came into the limelight As an All Star team. A a Busty Harte played the game of his life. He w worked consistently every minute of the time and ended his football career at i. S. C. With glory. Now a newspapers will have to change their Type since saturday. The dope has been that wre had a one Man team occasionally a few words being s lid for the great Wrork of Chappell and Haiti mar at the ends. Burge far below Normal saturday failing to score with quire some nursing this fall got a w Rench that put him out of the game the last two min res of Plav. It was Chappie a last game and finished a remarkable career in that line a never injured to speak of. Never complaining never wearing any head gear or guards never dieting never slumping a always ready always working. Chappie is idolized by the student body and will be remembered and spoken of in the reunions to come. Simons of Drake played a line game giving off Low punts that were very hard for Hurst to handle. The Day could not have been better. Kerrigan and Dodds got so warm they had to Lay aside the new Coats. The warmth could not interfere however with the enthusiastic rooting of the Ames gang especially when the team so narrowly missed the Opportunity four times of making another touchdown. The Drake and Ames teams occupied boxes decorated in their colors at the Brehel saturday evening seeing Richard Carle in the musical comedy a jumping when the Drake team came in a Bunch of their men in the Balcony broke into one of their yells. It was Given in Good style but Ames High won saturday by Superior knowledge of the game. Webster City opened with a Rush and in live minutes had planted her Ball for her Only touchdown. In preparing to kick goal the Ball touched the ground before the referees hand gave the signal for the kick and the Ball was declared dead. Score Webster City 5 Ames 0. Ames came Back with a Rush after the next Kickoff and a Short time after Tommy the fast right end was running Down one of Jones punts w hich he recovered and having a Clear Field ran for a touchdown. Ghrist kicked goal. Ames 6 Webster 5. From then on the Ames boys were masters of the Field. This added to the fact that Webster City could not handle Jones punts or make consistent gains through our line or around our ends accounts for the big score. Bill Davis dodged the Webster City Bunch for the next touchdown. Ghrist kicked goal Ames 12 Webster City 5. Thomas of Ames finished the scoring in the first Quarter by adding another touchdown no goal. Score Ames it Webster 5. In the 2nd Quarter Mike Griffith recovered Spike deals Fumble Over the goal line for 5 Points no goal. This ended the scoring in the first half score Ames 22 Webster 5. In the third Quarter Chick Jones and capt. Greenly made a touchdown a piece. No goal was made for either score Ames 22 Webster City 5. Bill Davis got Loose for the final touchdown of the game in the last Quarter Griffith kicked goal score Ames 38 Webster 0. Burgon played the Best game for the visitors. Arthur Bauer Sells interest in drug store Arthur Bauer saturday evening completed the Sale of his interest in the Loughran amp Bauer drug co. To his partner or. T. J. Loughran or. Bauer has not decided on future activities. Every Effort should be put Forth to keep him and his family in Ames. Hobo had a close Call but rolled out of danger the train in from Des Moines saturday evening reported a possible injury to some Man near the Bridge South of the Yards. Investigation showed that the fellow Wras a Hobo drunk but not so much so but that head managed to Roll out of danger and was not injured. Ames mayor commended. A daily paper was started in Ames last week. The mayor of the City fed the first copy into the press and taking it into the office where some Aix to five business and professional men were discussing How to make a a greater Ames a spoke to the men assembled on the value of a daily paper to the City. He then called on a minister present to offer a prayer for the Success of the Enterprise. Ames is to be congratulated on the establishment of this daily paper with so Good a Man As Freem Conaway to run it also on have a ing business men and ministers who pull together in a Booster enterprises a but still More on having a mayor of the Type indicated by the above incident. The population of Ames increased from 2,400 in 1900 to 4,200 in 1910 and without doubt will continue to news. European nations will never be Happy so Long As there remains a bit of Africa that has not been taken in out of the wet. Place kicks his punts careening off j was so weak that they never tried it Side the fans had an Opportunity to a it rain for the old i. S. C get together see the other style of play when every spirit broke out right away and a a say what a an a am is a a a a what a the matter with the team a and so on were Given so enthusiastically that the Drake fans decided a discretion is the better part of Valorz and will wait for the spirit to move them until next year and maybe then some. Everywhere the Ames boys were greeted with a Jip the Farmers a get the Farmers a Wallop the Farmers a on sidewalks banners tags every where until the engineers and co eds of Iowa state College almost Felt they a have to come Back and buy a ranch or leave for Home. The signs had better been taken Down before their visitors arrived. Some hard feeling was engendered but soon All caught the spirit of the band the Best College band in the state a which marched everywhere playing a i. S. C. Means Victory a and Stop Ted Long enough under the signs to smile and doff Caps the band serenaded All the newspaper offices in Des Moines you Tull like the play Ketter than the Book Man on the team was a Star. Centi r smashes were almost continuous and each play showed the Drake line As though mowed with a scythe. The men Ernnt through their lines at will always for a gain making their first Downs almost every time. Whether from stage fright or other causes Burge did the team a signal service in his work. He has brought glory to the team and is Good for Many More victories. The failure of Burge to score by a place kick or the penalizing Ames suffered for off Side playing Wras All that kept the score from being quadrupled. Four times Ames got on their tight ing Yard line Only to be taken Back by the officials out of reach of the coveted goal. It us not the old Story about being a Blind in one be and could not see out of the Drake was the Only one on the Blind Side their men playing off Side so much As to nearly Wear out the patience of the onlookers. Their Center upset Ringheim once before he could snap the Ball which was so rank the officials had to do something. One of them reported the conditions several times but was ignored. However Ames As usual a took their Medicine like Little men and fought their Way Back. They do say that saturday is the first time that a a Chappie Ever took a minute of time out during his whole career. His a games leg that has re keep them the week. Coming every Day in special matinee at the Princess thanksgiving Day at 3 p. In. Two acts of vaudeville. Two motion pictures. Any seat 10c. If you do not get your promptly notify Tho office. Paper special matinee at the Princess thanksgiving Day. At p. In. Two acts of vaudeville. Two motion pictures. Any seat 10c. Holden is silent. Professor Holden will not say whether he will take the governor ship or let some other fellow have a City Tribune. Very special As All 3l/2 All we have on Sale this week a Large sort ment of wide dress goods Wool 50 and 54 inches wide�?3 to Yards will make a dress. These Are Worth $1.50 to $1.75 per Yard but this week we Price them to you at per Yard 60c to 90ca we stake our reputation on the special value of these goods at the Price quoted. Get your share Early. P. coat Stock is full of the Best bargains. Come see Semmons goods store

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