Ames Daily Tribune And Ames Evening Times in Ames, Iowa
11 Aug 1920

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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune is the official1 n newspaper tiie 1600 members Story county a farm Burea Uthe Ames daily Tribune a i j land Ames evening times volume Livanes Iowa wednesday aug Dot it 1920 number 61russia offers poles peace. S. Wants territory preserved new United press head a Ames attraction nor a Moslof us Ion tin sikh to people t would protect boundaries russian state demons italien at Iowa state College today brings Many from distance to see work automotive Power in modern agriculture. Fifty tractors working at once Over big Field Marty uses for tractor firm revealed by demonstration lectures explain Best methods. Billy sunday is i visitor Here at mothers grave i to i Fly sunday once amen i old Mariner boy but now citizen i j the United states visited till j Antes last night coming Huck lot i the Home his boyhood that he might set in person after the care his mothers grave. J writ reverend sunday was a sunday his Famou wife and they were their Way to Oskaloosa what re Billy sunday is to fill a Chautauqua engagement aft r having filled another Date at a Ltd Iverson. They spent the night at j the Home their Friend Herb i Nowlin and this morning Dilly fund a a pm out to the old Home i Ruth town where sunday cared for his mothers grave. Ai a Milb excellent programs provided for j three Day convention nation i wide organization Nate Kendall to a i be speaker Friday August 27. Two bands will by in attendance at meeting music to have Large part in programs City expects from 3000 to 4000 delegates at meet. Is must surrender excess arms and Stop enlistment will Aid poles As far As possible against red arms. Toward Amos inlay tomorrow and Friday will turn the Eye thou ands Iowa Fainer interested in a Power training who Are int Ore ted till i the Power farming demonstrations and j i Field demonstrations being conducted Ion the College farm a halt mild North the am pus mom log at i the if in ii Eloc k Tho Early struggle it Vav w. Hawk stir. Who hag just been elected president the United St a Tat ions. Is a Satin Iii Atour. ,17 years old him began his in w per work us a i ii1�?T reporter to sprig told. To Republic in. In later worked in de a pars a it i a it t v to. Ky., and he Ctet assistant in editor the under col Henry Watterson. Ii went to new York in i to joining the old Pute Ushers pres we in h Ano a part the newly organized i mod la re Vvs in 1507, h in Kins a served in Prio de is by Bradford. First the serial Emow St ration n unite a re staff a Rry jew it tog. Cd. Her. The re and cry Wasdin ton i t. Aug lev h i1 a a e about the Field wore Fordson a efficient a t t act us a Over Fin v ii them. Some i to 1 land i confort us a a to u e a All a Vati. Atty Ford Ona were i with bund r driven by riled Boul r to Hay Racks d for the sup Leon. Fullers protect the country a in were providing Thok w for cutting it a stated today in a Hajj baling Liuva and "i?.vv, sawing Wood. Equip. I pc Dally but for Tai Quarte Here. Use to connection pc it i the Fordson i the pledge polish i a a Mer scan supper i to is be ing shown. Add pendent e and Terr in it re it carloads to we r farming a j integrity w As t entwined in a is ale i a a a in f my Are in in flak i having been ant the governments attitude i i. I a a. No isl Ipi my Here last week from Lincoln j by Georgi Smedal i Huff porn pendent the awes Tribune Roland aug. La. The program fir tile three Day convention tin Sond Hardag which will be hold at Roland Friday saturday and sunday August 27. Of and 29, is now being completed. On the afternoon Friday August 27, x. E. Kendall Republican Nomi by United pre Londo russians i Cut off forces fast As poles quit. Nee for governor will speak. Or. Motion to delay Resolution to ratify j Kendall is. Ini to. To we the my 7most eloquent orators in Iowa today until sentiment Sta is Nuj discussion state and a tabled by House women a party Jonal affairs will be timely and Well fearful end mrs. Catt confident i Worth hearing. A aft Moon sessions will be a ailed by United 1r� Nashville. Temp aug suffragists won the first round the ratification the ted Cral amendment Iii the Tennessee legislature today in to Geed to the know led he i stockist ent lit id ii took do re i a. Mil by to strike Breakers called v4 ret e features i r ii Al ill i 81h 6 i policy a a xvii ploy Merit a i stain pol isl a tire i my territory s. Co so f fuss i a go a plan for hider i in w hit n t in making a a n i. In Obj i. Thin i. Warning rest must in Glt fourth Cha Iii in the note Are it that tile unit d in dire ted to the r available moans Quot political Indcpen-1 integrity it Sanction Lloyd a Are conference at allies have taken Quot Are. Between rut he ii Tki the russian in a sly protected denounce int Ion be and emphatic to if. A i refusal rec Ognit the hopi that the russian people will set find a Way to Sot up a government representing their free will and purposes. By d., w Hgt re Demon Ira i it Ais w re held at the 1�?Tr i Vars v Fuyii in the Rev ions v Aik. A a a be sized Ort id wat. As tem bled the grounds ibis r naming shortly i t to it r i no Ciack when the Tribune i rata Tive a r Rived. And by Eft Ming. It in sri Mutt a that probably 5, a ii have w itunes Sod the de Mon i a 1 is during the i lift Days thu a a a ill y is expo ted to ire Tho big Day. Lectures Are Given. At the quarters tent t lit hour be Tore noon Vrtis taken up with add Goff i a a s by f k. M i Clare Man afer Ford m r compan tides Moines a e i Wildeb Quot ii rid. Del color ii Ion ii i trac t Mon a it it Ion it. Pro. J a Davidson a f Tho agric Ca til a engl Nec ring do p. Ernnt it. Iowa state col b t be. And Clyde l. Herr ing. P resident if erring motor Tompai Vvs Moines daily demo Tralio us go hiding i ii residing t att i g site paling a Resolution introduced in the choose providing for the postpone vent action ratification i Eso Lution until mass meetings had been held Over the state to determine Tho sentiment the people the ques i tion Aas fabled. Suffragists declared the measure was backed by the Antis who were a seeking to delay action. Mss sue White Tennessee chairman the National women a party said de fruit How 806 mod probably and held that Only decided action by governor Roberts and governor Cox will As sure the passage the Meuse. Mrs. Carrie Chapman cart. Leader the National suffrage association contends that the poll showing a i majority pledged has not been Al stored. The vote the motion to table the Resolution was at to 37. Ductile debate governor Rober us l30 clock. Two bands to Aid. Rand music will be furnished by the Story City and Roland bands. A it ii saturday evening August 28, tin Story City hand will Gilt a it Cert. Miss Emma Boyd will be the vocal soloist the evening. Attorney c. A. Sun d d will give a Short a Edd Roap a i it i la a evening Rev. J. I Anders n Story City and Rev. J. I Senson Facie Grove will speak. \ r. V. C. C. Heifer red wine. Minn., i will speak saturday morning Ami to the afternoon Rev. Lars Harris i i file Chicago will talk. The eve Ning program in saturday will in j lube Short talks by re is. It i a x land Ven and lairs j. And prof. Karl Hanson. Aug announced today that a meeting had been called for Friday delegates from the trades Union thru out the kingdom to meet and watch the gov Orrum it ready to carry out their threat to Lay Down tools and paralyse the nation s industries if War appears Likely thru a possible break Down the Minsk conference. General Wood orders deportation to bugs employed by Tramway in Effort to break Denver s strike City officials and officers company bitterly condemned adv permitting use armed men in struggle. Iowa Gorn hit by hoi weather Hay and Straw and i be conducted starting ie., it tug v ill clock a Quot and re Ach the lecture in air bet w 12 Del . At lid Pelt afternoon Field demonstration blowing. Dishing reeding mowing ditching and grading Are scheduled. Fired and Curling Uplands and in thin seals not too far damaged for recovery Cool Eather in parts state delays maturity by United to raw Denver col Diate deportation ers who operated ver a ordered Leonard Wood after a with Tramway City and aug. La. In melt All St i Kafir Oak Street ears in Den by major general conference Union offi Hays urges thai women get vote dais late yesterday. He scathingly rebuked the City and Tramway officials for bringing grilled strik Breakers to tire City and characterized the action the Republican National chairman asks strik Breakers in shooting a cowardly murder. A a some it men will be indicted for murder a Wood explained during the conference. A Complete investigation twas ordered by Wood today before leaving for Chicago. He will return in about three weeks he stated. Kentuckians to do Justice to other sex wants party record As favouring woman suffrage. By United tres Des Moines aug la. Urn is fired and curled badly the Uplands and thin soils in Many portions the state most the j crop has not suffered beyond recovery according to the state weather and crop bulletin issued today. Unless the temperature remains \ above Normal there will be consider,-1 ble soft Corn. Fool weather has j j Fel ted the crop As a whole so it is a j week later than Normal j Oats Winter wheat Barley and Rye j continue satisfactory and Tho Quality is Good the car shortage has hampered shipment Grain and much is stored j in elevators. Many work at once. I fitting the three Days four groups i Nix tractors each will Fie operated in Tho College Field at one time three will imploring one during urn pulling a Cuil Sparker and one a Drill four different groups Alp do identical work that at May see the demonstrations. Fordson Belt Power demonstrations icon is putting separators ens Ilage i cutters feed Mills mowing machine it attachments ditching and grading Ina i cd incr and manure spreaders. A at the Demonsi nation this morning Tho Iowa the Fordson traitor was used exclusively in place horse Power for hauling. My in the rear dress Cit notes time them sir defeat Tho re the House Arn the members and visit log it and urging tin solution Quot the fight sat mind i Union religious service. Joint religious services will be held sunday morning. Rev. Gerhard Rasmussen Wilt deliver the Sermon and Rev. Smedal will conduct the altar services. The vocal soloists for the morning services will be miss Emma Boyd . And mrs. T. A Boyd and Judith Salvon Roland and Jet net in i a Howe Story City. By Webb Miller i unit Presa staff Corpen dolt. I London. Aug. the British Cabinet it was teamed today believe there is a satisfactory basis settlement in the armistice Mil peace terms which the bolshevik were to present to the poles at the Minsk conference today. In Brief the Terras called for immediate reduction the polish army to men surrender to Russia superfluous arms. Prohibition ii cd Al i shipment troops into Poland from Skromme i abroad withdrawal russian troops i from the polish front As rapidly As the Boles demobilize their army and fulfil its terms. Is won a Roberts declared after the Resolution had been tabled. Quot a Victory for suit rage is certain a he said. 1000 women to attend College fourth dormitory has to be built to accommodate great growth school in popularity Home Eca comics department work started. Donhowe is treasurer. Officers if the lag arc president Rev. L. It it. Thorson Dows Secretary Oscar Ostrem Jewell treasurer la. X. Donhowe Story City. It has been decided to charge 50 cents for All three Days meetings. During the three Days there will i eight programs. Each these programs will Fie Worth the Small amount charged for the programs the third Day. Judging from the at to dance at the other conventions the lag it is Etui netted that at least lotto people will be in Ane dance. Can to hold longer. By United pre London aug. La. The fall Warsaw cannot be staved off much longer unless the polish and russian delegates Aget to end hostilities at today a Minsk conference dispatched from the front indicated. A message from various Points near the fighting zone say the poles Are not seriously resisting the bolshevik anywhere and the Southern from they have retreated the reads Over which toe poles Are falling Back is strewn with abandoned War material. An official Eom Muni cation from Moscow states that the russians Are advancing rapidly All sectors. They have occupied Soko i Luff the statement said. Ponzi admits he served in jail Beds near Warsaw. By United press Berlin. The Many. Aug the i russian army is Twenty five Miles from Warsaw according to a dispatch j to the Berlin local a Zeiger today. The Northern Wing the polish army has virtually been dissolved Tho i dispatch said its ammunition is sex i haunted. Negro Bandit Boston Wallingford loses nerve and tells newspapermen he is same person who served time in Montreal payments checks. By Raymond Lauper a i Noti pre staff a it in want Marion o., aug. instil ate ratification the suffrage Cox starts out amendment is a measure supreme \ Roi it in pm amm i h jul a i it to the american women Aud i dwt i to i 1#v Rill la a a governmental i ground has been broken for a fourth women a dormitory building to be added to the three that Are Chea i s i ust i it near is completion at Iowa stat1 a i College. So great is the preliminary enrolment women students the accused Man refuses food for 43 summer that the available space in Days and Dies had not spoken the three new dormitories was As Jaii attaches for Many Days. Signed some time ago and arrange but is meats for a fourth Structure were bus in by United pre Quot immediately made. It is expected Quot to alleged durations in Internazi Flat Potts ii i e pave la Chan to be a Eady in Linie for College open Al postal coupons has attracted wot a Wilson a negro Bandit is dead from i. The wal1 have eight Quot i starvation at the prison Here today la re Story buildings France aids Wrangel. J special to the Tribune Paris a Ace. Aug. La a France irs j officially recognized general Wrang i Els regime As the Defato government i Southern Russia it was announced today at the foreign office. Bank moves to its new Home aug ponzi Dempsey Brennan vote drive attention is the same Charles for women to Mai who served u sentence in the latter fast Hie it tin is Wilson took Tho i when the new ones Are completed. Penitentiary at Montreal according to last food june 29. He had not i asides several cottages. Altogether j attorney general Albin today spoken to jail attaches for Many Days. J Bluse a u1 a women. I physicians Here stated thee believe probably 20<� women twill Fie housed Days established a sorority houses. Those connected j Oil. Allen stated he had records ton is activities his jail and prison rec managers heavyweights agree upon struggle to be staged probably in new York this year. Cd the record 4, _ a. I to deny it would be a governmental i i by Wilson today the longest time a a tilth be he me econ Olks faculty say Burden the worst magnitude will Ohio governor begins Campaign for by son has amp without food. A hts a look Lor a enrolment presidency while visit to Columbus this evening. By United pm Camp Perry. N. Y., aug 11 Jack Dempsey heavy weight Champion will fight Bill in mum before lug january h. Hays National chairman the Republican party declared in a Tele Gram today to several Republican i members the Tennessee Legisla a lure urging them to cast to favorable1 vote the question. Bank commissioner Allen announced he had seized and closed the Hanover trims company in i stirs up a i i Hartford conn., aug. Ill gov 1. According to agreement signed. Or nor Holcomb today received a co inhere today by Tho managers cd the j Muni eation from will h. Hays chair two fighters. Luan Ulie Nai amal Republican com wry a in it probably wl11 be a Lake in Matec concerning the suffrage Situ there will Start the rounds his new voir. _ alien in this state. the letter has not been made Public. By Herbert Walker United Presa staff Iii More a Ecol Ding to the Best information Luau 1000 Woien the Star was a heavy stockholder. A Hen said Here the longest period fasting Oil Attr a in to a a no a b i s investigate d lie Trust comp in record previously was that . Rootha la i b i a i b since Las saturday and had found it Tanner who went without food for anal Pkt taiga a i doing business it an to Maimer. To we. I Campaign today it Alloi frn a arc Farmers savings Bank at Roland will move into its new Home today leaves first Brick building. J Wilson was sentenced to serve la Dayton o., aug. La travelling years for attempted murder. He Asun Ordinary citizen. Governor Cox obtained a gun Tive weeks ago and i left Here at 11 05 this morning his attempted to shoot up the prison for speaking Campaign to land the United which lie twas Given an additional states presidency. I Twenty years. During the time he went to Columbus and from fasting he refused1 to Havo his hair democratic candidate for vice presidency to fire first guns in Chicago auditorium tonight. The weather la boy is drowned. Waterloo aug. La. Prone Sere cooler West and Central portion i Woff 7, wats drowned when while thursday. Considerably cooler with wading with other boy he stopped showers extreme East and generally i into it Hole 12 feet deep. He was unfair West and Central portions. A Hie to swim. Blinding lights kill. Woodbine. Aug. . E. Lyon Cut and would not shave. Must file claims. By United pre Chicago ii. Aug. Roosevelt democratic nominee for j lost his nerve the vice presidency will arrive Here \ very nervous. Late today to open his National Cam a Audito believe d to have deposited in the Hanover Trust company. Bank commissioner Glen a few Days ago ordered payments by the Trutt company to ponzi stopped. Ponzi admitted his prison record to a group newspaper men today. The by George Smedal staff a irs it Minden the ame Tribune. Ugland aug. tin officers and directors the Farmer. Savings Bank Here Are hosts to their Many friends and clients. At Tho h ponzi formal opening the new Bauk building. Visitors Are shown through Tho entire building and the Many now features that go to make this Bank one the finest in Central Iowa Are explained. Suitable favors were distributed. The Farmers savings Bank is min the most progressive financial institutions in Story county. Twenty years ago if built the first Brick building in Roland and have occupied the same until now when its increasing special to the Tribune pain with a speech at the Des Moines. Aug. i rim tonight. A was knocked Down and killed by with claims against the associated i he was expected to prepare his a passing car. He had just stepped i packing company must file them by speech the train in route from his from his own Auto. The Driver the i september 9 run the risk losing Home in Hyde Park. N. Chicago other car says Lyons lights blinded them under a court order made yes democrats plan to give him a big re otherwise improved. A Force men him so he could not see. Lei Day by judge de Graff. Copt Ion. A Busy today paint aug the ceiling. Former mystery Man apparently had business forced them to seek larger he was agitated and i quarters. In their new Home they have installed the latest banking �?4-�? equipment in order to give the very Best service. Decorate Tilden store. The Tilden store is undergoing some Interior improvements at the bands decorators and is being r Gage is president. Cedar rapids aug. Ill h. I. Gage. President Huron College Huron s. La has been elected president Coe allege

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