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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Ames, Iowa Iowa stat it ollege today it Authon til the most out to Anding Lasso a in its Over fifty years of Bistort we it 450 student re a a ipod trip Lutaf anti Cert it i at it at the to Antis of or a id it Raymond a. Pearson while not the largest Eta pm in the history of Tho College. Tit in tit to i having hot Naf yet ted by War enlistment Ami Otto r ram a tributary to the War. The Gra-1 dust in this morning of almost half j a thousand Iowa Young my Ami to t men Rara As a titling wading to a i notable Celebration of tin College a Jubile. The Annuel comm net in at proc j Aion was Agata a feature of the pro j Gram. At Inch Ltd it in x the prone j to it in formed at Central Hall and Etc i >rt0 the voile hand Voss Rohe to the gymnasium. In the pro a i i were president Pear on. It a. Marion l. Butich Spaker. Members of the i Mard of duration and finale Ommett official guests j it of the College the in mints of the i teaching experimental and i Enthof j staffs the i a didst a it for dim torn do Graf the candidate for Lyo Fesson a1 Aud masters degree the Candida it for bachelors degrees and the i a ungulates for certify att. Three thousand attend. Titre thousand pop fill a the gymnasium and joined with the huge class in the rites of graduation Quot demands of demo racy Quot was la subject chosen by i or. Marion l. Bur ton president of the University of Minn Trou and president elect of the University of Michigan for his and dreg. Ills purpose was to a Annecy the academic life with citizenship to show that on in vital to tie other and to Point Obj wry where greater service to Mankind and a Botte und a startling of fundamentals might be attained. Nation is confused. We never before were up much co fit d us to what cd action really is an it i Aslo what real tues Nahr Burton declared. Reviling a Story of a negro who took to the Woods la Burton Aid there Wen times when a Felt very touch i the negro Tath respect com pm intent log Iowa t Cost Lafr or Burton Pael a 11 Chute to the Ames inst it it iou. Saying that now a it the was on of the greatest it not the greatest institution of its kind in the wot id. Was Corn in Iowa. Quot i Lay on Cie Ini to he told the Juno hear 4 assembled. Quot i was born in Iowa on an Iowa the claims of Derow racy a the first lain on graduate and general Public Ahu and particularly the intellectual it hums of democracy was la Burton s View. Facts in Regald to Public affairs and Atole in general run it be obtained thru Vodka hand con in ions must by problem to fore. Problems which graduates in ii called upon to Aid in solving be 1 Are first of All the Industrial r Hon a we it rive toward Ai d us trial democracy Aud decide he r we Are to treat human being commodities or a men 8on<i a continued on Page the re. I Barr is Urs ii ogs to latin lands Fine ones sent it was the night after the Day be fur that if. Election night. The i it urns had come in so Coni i Blately that the result was do finitely known. Billy Barr was going Home la feat<1. Walt Grove who had been enthusiastic in his support of his Friend and neighbor was feeling pretty sick about it. Billy s loss Hurt him Iota More than it did Billy himself. Quot Billy what Are you coing to do Quot he asked in a voice that sounded like the Hief Mourner s. Quot Why said Billy. A to going Home and get a Good sleep and get up the morning and ship some Whit hogs to South yesterday they were shipped. Miss Lenora ii a sister to miss Lenora in the $4200 sow and Uneeda William a son of that famous Matron of the Chester White Breed. They go to Brasil. The animals Are being shipped by the National retard association and Are to form part of a show Herd to be sent Over Brazil to show the people of that country the Type of hog America raise so successfully. When the i record association proposed the plan and in arranging for Tho Quot View As it is called from representative Breeds of hogs it invited w. T. Barr of Ames to cooperate with two of his Fin Chester Whites. And Barr Ever Alert to the possibilities of better Breeding did. The Chester Whites were shipped yesterday. After their tour in Brazil they will be sold in that country next fall. Justice to i in its dictum g mixers or sent demands of workers to maintain rights of individual in economic struggle injunctions and anti free speech rapped. Olson cinches the weather i Mother baby. Die in flames i a its i it. The Tribu to is one june Alt Pear that to tin Horan carried boommn.?y by a email majority probably by Leas than lop it is certain thai Charles Olson will 4n the next son at or from Boon and Story counties because Story county Farmer. Rallied Story county makes him the nominee. In i support. J in Boone Ity the vote was Doran reports from 2d out it 27 precincts 276 Olson 443 lax Kark 524. Ockart 916. The v available from u How it is Al Hitti to run More plurality in Oil Rue allot was Moba probably it june 9.-mrs. Charlo 34, and four month e burned to death in re Early today when an hied id Isabelle aged foul burned that she will act now if you would get Justice in Gas rates labor wants Plank protecting worker in right to organize and strike prohibit Don of strike invasion in individual Liberty is View. Hat a w Gas Cut i us k. Feet Ive time t the t and yet increase a Gas. Urn pan precut. I Why the meantime says. To 25 them their Vij in la the dim background of what wires a being pull lulling them t thursday the attorney for cd action and walled a to has an Advance to to a facing ruin. We hav in engineering investigati01 in night action on the Gas rat deferred without any protect from the it did not even have a representative it know what was going to he done Bange of heart what is going on mayor Rice has issued a letter he representative business men asking w. The Tribune does not know hew also kno v select in Pany i at such s to. It do is recipients 01 does not say tha Institute flt a wha Bun be deman chamber Council sess question varies a a j open dealing in the 1 the Tribune hold Are the Gas users a stances which is in Overlook the cd Cir to to Vav what pressure might be brought thru of certain men with whom the Gas business relations. It does nut say la fully worded letters hav been writ not a that sult h men have been clients of the mayors delicate attention. Such ail investigation is a poor the people of Ames thru the used. Is does say that Star ions and put roundly conducted of substitute for fairness and spinet of the City a business that the people to be consult or the City of a int or. It secs appear As Tho mayor Bice pro a great bulk of Gas users and by l c. Martin let nit pre staff t Milo ack111. June Samuel Horn liners president it the american fed i Erat Ion of labor today presented to i the resolutions committee of the Republican National Contention the de i in ands of Organ iced labor. I declaring that and curtailment of the right of worker to organise and i strike would be an invasion against fundamental Liberty jumpers urge i the adoption of the following pacts Quot we pledge our party to maintain the Federal Law enacted by Congress declaring to the workers the Legal right of voluntary association for the future Protection and welfare against and unwarrantable invasion of their rights by injunction either probative or mandatory we further guarantee to maintain the right of trial by jury. We insist tit at All restrictions on Freedom of speech press and Public assemblies be abot Ishimi. Individuals and groups being responsible for All utterances and actions. Of. Japs Burn City. By brute pre. Tokio june 9.�? Nikon ask is in flames following a massacre of Twenty japanese civilians according to confirmed dispatches received Here today. That letter is worded. If will Wager that Hooker Nho is a big user of Gas was not asked. It knows be such letter never came to the Tribune. Which because of poor service from the Gas puny ins Over $ a a a a w within do working Days ing just a week ago. It knows Dow deftly que Reich in put to commit business men to a Gas without entering into the merits of la proposition. Com end scions rats guided not by their receives from some not wan to see go it wants to see gov persuade Shes but select few. Eminent by eminent by Iii the people and for All the people. And therefore it is printing today Ami ask you to sign at once and Send to the Tribune tie following Coupon that the Council May be guided by the w wishes of All the people and not by the wishes of a few. Aids government. By United press san Francisco june 9. Maxine Dempsey divorced wife of Jack hemp soy alleged slacker took the stand today against her former husband in the governments trial against him. Cut out this Coupon of you Havo some Friend eked questionnaires and ? and a will furnish you the Tribune nor will your mail it or bring it to the Tribune office. It will hoi he published or friends who us Gas and want to to the Council against hand a Star chamber sessions when Gas rates Are made Call at the Tribune Odic More Blanks to hav a them sign. These coupons will not be published in names they Are simply for the guidance of the Ity Council. To Tok Ames Tribune i would ask the Ames City Council not to Grant any increase in a by competent engineers shows i that Ames is not being asked for an excessive rate to Spako up for losses incurred Iii to Nevada or outside of Ames t a a that the Ames Gas Plant is efficiently and managed rates until an investigation service that Ames is not being asked mental to develop or Tenney Sessile charges to cover expenses incurred in expert Prii Sipai business that of designing and Selling Gas to pay sex other and Plant i i believe a meter should be Iii tailed at Tho Gas Plant so we can know whether a Are asked to it a pay for Gas which i inefficiently wasted. I believe no rat should be established which does not provide i for the abolition of the readies to it Erv charge and the substitution therefore of a minimum a charge which would make the Iowa Public service company furnish a for every Penny it collects and Bas the charge for that Gas in proportion to the Cost of the service rendered and for the readjustment of rates As recommended by professor Pei cd to be based upon an Independent audit made by the City and paid for by the Gas company to he furnished every month so that the Council shall base the rate for Gas upon the expense Aud the profits being made by the company that both Gas company and consumer May be protected fairly. You Are not to publish this or use my name in print but you Are at Liberty to present this in connection with such other signed statements of like Tenor As you receive to the City Council at its meeting to consider the Gas rate address the Ames daily Tribune is the official newspaper of the 1600 members of Story county a farm Burea Uthe Ames daily Tribune and Ames evening times volume Livanes. Iowa wednesday june 9, 1920 number 8450 graduated from i. A but done to you envy these kiddies what Curtiss May get place in Cabinet set at facts to Jud Public welfare says or. Burton in talk the photographer hits caught he one class of beauties 11 Tat tin Batlan snit censors cannot worry one j Hirt of h Titan nity that in t worried tit All by regulations which provide that one must War stocking at til last duties. Anti the Tribune prints this picture jus to make you envious As you sit dwelt ring after toe by Trost Day of the present year. Laboratory method urged by big educator in pointing condition of unrest in this country now commencement speaker smites Lodge for his insular View of americans responsibility to world civilization. Funny stories and hot quids at democracy get huge sweltering crowd in real convention humor Dean Curtiss stands High in estimation of t Hose who look i o get results for Farmer in next administration. By huf. I Baillif United Presa to of Cor resin of in sent it Colis la i a Chicago. June 9.�?-after Gnu Nimlou in adopting la reports of the 1 cd its four committee Ami quickly concluding All other rim tin of silliness the second Day cession of the Republican National convention was turned into a j. I. P. Revival and testimonial meeting to the convention went into session at 11 2 flu morning and tin delegates and visitors packed the great Coli Seal in to la roof awol string in i h. Beat for 57 Hibi to toe until 11 17 when adjournment was announced. Platform tomorrow. Too. A session fit Convene at o clock in the morning at which time the delegates Are expected to Bear All important reports of the resolutions committee which is framing up die platform. The report of the committees on permanent organisation credentials and rules went thru smoothly and then there was nothing to do but waft for tin resolutions committee which is meeting at the congressional hotel to whip the platform into shape. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge was pleated As permanent chairman by acclamation. When it was realized that there 6 die 21 Hurt As express Hies passenger train Engineer alone identifies two men two women and babe in arms perish in crash when express at 50 Miles an hour hits train. Passenger stalled at crossing when Accident occurs Engineer blamed failed to see signals set against his. Is belief. By unit pre a Schenectady. N. Y., june 9 three persons were killed and 27 injured Todut when a new York Central express train crashed into the rear of a passenger train near Here. The it press train was making 50 Miles an hour when if struck the Quot passenger train stalled at a crossing. The two rear coaches of the passenger train were telescoped. Only one of the dead was identified today Martin Hoyle of Albany an Engineer. The other dead included a Man two women a child and a baby in arms. All occupants of the pull Mon ars were asleep when tit express train crashed into the train. The Engineer of Tho express train talk d to see the signals set against him according to a belief of rail Load officials today fifty lives lost. Damage of half million done when gasoline lighters Burn. Torio june 9 probably fifty lives were lost and damage exceeding $500,-ooo was Don when flames invaded Twenty one lighters in Kola Harbor which were loaded with Over a million Gallons of gasoline. The first was still raging late today and the shipping was menaced. Italian Cabinet quits Genoa Italy. June 9.�?the italian Cabinet has resigned according to a dispatch received Here from Rome today. A a a no further business before the convention a great cheering suddenly broke out As the audience Rose to its feel and lost the apathy which had marked the first Days session. Thew was a yell tor Cha Liney Depew of new York who started a Quot revival in As Depew told humorous stories and denounced and ridiculed the democratic administration the restraint which had held the a Tega 4ion- in Check melted Awat and Che ring began. Depew was he Vizard of the occasion. He brought Back the spirit of old and As be finished the delegations was on their feet and the great old Shell of a coliseum echoed with the Din of the applause. Woman takes Rostrum. Depew a followed by mrs. Margaret Hill my carted the first woman to speak from the Rostrum in the Republican National convention. She appeared As the representative of 20, 000.000 women 19.000,000 of whom she said. Would vote the Republican ticket. There was no talk of the suffrage party pickets standing outside when mrs. Mccarten said that and the crowd cheered. Mrs. A Garten spoke easily and with perfect self Possession. Want Uncle Joe. An insistent cry was raised for Lucie Joe Cannon but he. However was not present. This was followed by the singing or Quot the Hattie hymn of that Republic a with several variations. Including loud yips at the end of it a ii then the cries came in volume and Lodge in calling for order nearly split the table with the Hammer. At inst it became comparatively quiet and the chair recognized senator Wadsworth of new York a member of that delegation who made a motion to adjourn. Then everything became confusion in the midst of which Lodge called for a vote and in the midst of a blast of a Hayes Quot declared the meeting adjourned. Curtiss name to fore. Chicago coliseum june 9 Dean Curtiss May get a place in the next National Cabinet As Secretary of agriculture if governor Lowden is nominated and w ins. This interesting piece of political gossip is current in the convention Hall and on candidates Row today. Dean Curtiss it is said. Would almost certainly be Secretary of agriculture if go error Lowden Chaute in the next president. This is not because of any Promise continued on Page two 4 Quot a. A a Quot 1 i they will select Republican candidate total number of delegates 984 i total number of alternates. 984 j necessary to a choke,., 493 at Chicago in 1912. Republicans at the coliseum total vote. .1,078 j necessary to Chok. 54u a i Aal vote. Tax <344 delegates withheld vote and 6 were absent William h. Taft was nominated on the first ballot taken j Ane 22. The Vole was William ii. Taft .561 Theodore Roosevelt 107 i Robert m. La Folsto. 41 t Albert St cumin ins. I Charles e. Hughes. 2 progressives at the auditorium Theodore Roosevelt for presi Dent and Hiram Johnson for Vic president were unanimously nominated on the first ballot after progressives had bolted the Republican convention at the coliseum. Rh1 convention m d on August 5. Balloting in 1916 1st 2nd 3rd candidate ballot Ballat ballot Hughes. .253 328 04�?T it weeks .105 70 3 Roosevelt. <1 81 18% la Follette. 25 25 3 do font 12 13 5

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