Ames Daily Tribune And Ames Evening Times in Ames, Iowa
30 Jun 1920

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30 Jun 1920

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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Ames, Iowa Drop. Work for a Day and attend the farm Bureau picnic tomorrow on Iowa state College Campus. It will you Weld the Ames daily Tribune and Ames evening times volume Liv am is. Iowa wednesday Hine in1920 num Bek 26bourbons name favourites Emild Effort to Stampede for Cox principles ii first then i will he be one of these he Shiv prominent figures Iii i he Demoe Nitie National Convell lion. Above left William to. Of at to. Whose Boom coming i from nowhere ask Meh threatening j a it Hions right Champ j Lark former a mar Ami still a Earl state l1<nv left Ane i Sausal tor Davis and right vies in Biden Thorn is Marshall. I. A a action to wait upon platform to be adopted resolutions committee Den leu that wet Plank is dead. By Hugh Haiduk unite pro a Lve s a n fun a i Ai t i. J unit do to Ronto d fort a Lotze lit Tiam Ltd shit fur governor Matt Holt re o order Al in. Dankl Cox to of. Alias tins i Ohio the Twig naming St a a in nor eat to Chi body to hear to to or. Maxwell never fishes now Ltd a a it a let it # once companion of Billy sundays a it Ltd a it Ltd Ltd it Ltd Ltd a its it met Fate then Fleres a fish Story Slayer and Kin penalty in escape Ati empt nominal lug speeches Cox workers were stationed on the floor anti in the galleries and were. Rooting with All their intr tit. With col loge ills and with a eng. The retrain of w hich War a a a la n m a n Cox or know to a re Cist n Why let lib Meyer delivered Ute Intro a i the two d and f a Hon while the Ort my at nod last words died away Ute to rid by Forth with the National anthers the great crowd quietly it first verse was Sun then Delegate King of Utah was recognised on the floor and explained that the resolutions committee in seating the Delegate had omitted to make prevision for representation from the a anal tone. Ile offered a Resolution correcting the error which j was adopted. Chairman Robinson then called for a nominations and the loll Call by Tho i states was begun Alabama passed and Crisona elided j to Oklahoma. Owen it proposed. So a tor Robert i. Owen it ame w it j plan d before the Detom rat it National convention today of a t an Liate for j the presidency. Hayden line i Tang b of Muskogee Oklahoma presented the Oklahoma senators name. Saying in i part a Oklahoma presents one of the i or rest brain a one of the greatest j hearts one of the great eat Democrat i in America a Man who is worthy to 1 be president of the United states Aman who t in be cinch president of the United states a Man who can a it ital the greatest number of friends and supporter of any Man in the United states n Man who will Lead the country and the democratic party to a grand and glorious Victory in november senator Robert l. Owen of Oklahoma. A Nav a result of the tremendous up he aval thru which we have just passed precedents no longer control party ties Are binding More loosely and men and women an indulging in Mote Independent and intelligent political thought than Ever before in the history of the nation. The need of the hour is a candidate whose record and whose character will inspire the Confidence of progressive thinking. Forward looking men and women without regard to Pant party a Connecticut offers As nominee for president of the United states one of her most distinguished sons a said John f Crosby in nominating Cummings. A the already belongs to the democracy of the nation. How brilliantly he had discharged his Trust As chairman of the democratic committee you can All testily. A a never a seek r aft a r Public office he none the less has held his great talents always at the Servile of his country in politics he is emphatically a progressive. Thru the Las. Quarter of Century he has fought valiantly for every or at Reform that Marks a Milestone in the vitalizing process i Winch democracy a ideals have been promoted and the purity of popular government preserved. A above All he stands four Square with that inspired Prophet of world wide peace our own beloved Woodrow Wilson lad us prove to the world that America has not forgotten. Let us nominate today a Man thru whom the Power of our country shall fulfil tit last i Sinh a ancient shop hey a nation shall not lift up the sword against nation licit Lier shall they learn War any a Connecticut offers you such a Man today a figure that rises up out of the tumult of contending desires As continued in Page four Verf Rnic in yrs Usa. Fth % .4 a w two who Aio cd found Strung up to free near crime scene. By pm , tex., june 30 negro e a Ere killed Aero in today when posse it f Whit sought tie murderer of s. Ormiel lit nitty shorn i of rex., according to word it la tir Early ii men m. My Wharton solved to Washington j lies the my Brot a or in attend o Are is in in it. Lep Tity Ltd w get tier and by Hie or were add ttys i of Kemp near Mound. I Mother negroes alleged tto have aided the it1 fit in ,.��?�� we ring in a Reft Teai Wharton. Sheriff memo Rick was tile at Titi of ing to arrest to Misdemeanour charge. Ltd a it do. A. In Maxwell City clerk of Ames it not going to take a vacation this summer. The mystery is Why and this morning the mystery was solved by the Tribune. A get me a Good hot weather Story a demanded the City editor. City editors have a ferocious air. When they say a get it s Best for the cub reporter to a get while the getting i a what kind of a Story a asked die c. It. A a swimming Story a vacation Story a anything. A fish the City editor clips his words Lik it a up. Iness Matt clips us moustache. Then a c. It. Is supposed to know he Means it. So the c. It. Went Forth. And he solved the mystery. A no a said or. Maxwell a i Ain not taking a vacation this year. I never take a what a a the c. It. A no vacation. Not even a fishing trip a a i never.,�?� the doctor answered. A take fishing a not even on sunday a demanded an incredulous u. R. A not on sunday and especially a said the doctor not to vital sunday a and the Dory broke a you see that linger a said or. Maxwell pointing to the Middle digit of lits right hand. �?oth1 upper part of the Finger is gone a am put a but that a protested tit. C. It. A a does t keep you rom a it Doe a was the answer. A i got that fishing with sunday. Maybe on sunday i can to remember. A it was yours ago when Billy sunday was known As the flee test lad in the county it was Way Back in is when the it at evangelist Wasny to even thought of As an apostle. A we both liked fishing. Maybe we had Willow poles it any rat1 we had a kid s fishing tackle and we went Down along the North Western tracks East of town where we knew of a Good Hole. % a just about the time a had landed a big Bull head or rather just As we were Landing it a passenger thundered by. The eng Mer must have been envious i guess. He picked up a piece of Coal and hurled it. In our direction Fate was watching Over Billy sunday twi lit a kindly Eye. The Coal missed him. It hit me. A great evangelist was saved Alo the world and i made up my mind to quit fishing for the Lump of Coal mashed my Finger until the tip had to be taken off. A and so you quit a a absolutely a said the doctor. A a it a no us. I have tried it once or twice since hut the Only Luck i Ever had in fishing was a i Luck except once when six Lake troll jumped into my Owen first offered is possibility Gerard put up Cummings named by Connecticut feast of oratory now at height no vote Likely tonight. By add Fellows organize Pun of nut tour of county or. Pearson to speak tonight a a in be got a the u. It., barroom with his Smil s and said the Story Many that a a a fish Story a said ing into the news face wreathed in e told the yarn. E a flab whale of a Kuri z of Nevada made president 12 put on Board merchant s Bureau and other members of commercial club to hold Pep meeting results of last weeks journey to be reviewed. S of clot k at Thamos dub rooms the know Coni Mitt in of the club id a Pep meeting to which it mein Liers Are urged to it mity Woodward exemplifies secret work has own orchestra. Before an audience of Between 400 and St Story county ibid Fellows the w orid famous Woodward degree staff of Woodward Lodge no. 46o. Last night conferred the air it i and second degrees of the subordinate Lodge. I. T. O. F., upon Large classes of candidates at lit evening meet ing of the Story county i. Of o. Association. At the i. To. O. Temple. The third degree was conferred by a team of men picked from among the audience. Fourteen candidates were Given the first degree. 19 the second degree and 25 the third degree. Candidates taking the degrees were from towns in every Section of the county a few being from towns outside the Bounty n betting Odds former Secretary of Treasury leads in quotations of Wall Street Wilson comes next in favor of gamblers Cox is third. In Cattail pros new Youk. Brings own orchestra. Woodward degree staff brought almost 4o men to Ames last night including degree teams for the first Aud second degrees and a seven piece or Chetra. Paraphernalia brought with them required an Auto truck to Haiti it. The Woodward men made the trip in automobiles and left for Woodward about 12 30 of clock last night. Preceding the exemplification of degrees last night the convention bus Ness meeting was Beld at which the invitation of Central Iowa Lodge no. 104, of Nevada to hold the convention at Nevada next year was accepted. Tin Nevada Lodge was organized Over 50 years Ugo. Ritz is president. Wilt. Ritz Nevada was elect of president of Hie Story county i o. 0.f. Association for Tho coming year George Gediek Ames vice president. J a. J. Kurt. Nevada Secretary Ami j. Gillespie Nevada treasurer. Each of the twelve subordinate continued on Page six Ane re a Wall Street batting on the result of the untie convention continued today to favor William g Mcadoo with Odds of 9 to 5 against Isis election rousing tribute paid to president we i son by the Convent Ion in san fran a i a o led to his being moved up into Ltd Send place with Odds of 3 to 2 against him. Governor Cox of Ohio i third in favor with Odds of 3 to i again t him. Toni Commeth co will he All eau tend a we have invited All those who went on the first a know the county tout last week to meet w it it the commute tonight and a urging that All club members end every urn interested in the Tours attend tonight said Robert j. Shanahan general tee i a tary of the dub this afternoon. Last weeks tour is to be reviewed in detail at the meeting and plans i will be made for the next tour which will probably be held the third week in july. I two More Tours Are in Prospect j this summer to to followed this fall by a urea county commercial club convention to which the business men. The professional men and the president of Iowa state College will discuss agencies for improvement of agriculture Public invited to lecture in a Hail this evening. At a Assembly Hall tonight. President Pearson of Iowa state College will speak on a agencies for tin improvement of agriculture a the address while give n in connection with the country life conference now drawing to a dose will he of interest to lh1 general Public As Well and a special invitation is extended to the members of the Ames commercial club. Tile Rural life Congress comes to a close Friday afternoon after r having been in sesion Throe weeks. About 25 were enrolled most of them mini ters. While a few were laymen seeking to fit themselves for leadership in Community work. A regular program has been followed in which for the first hour each Day or. Morse of the presbyterian Board of Home missions has spoken on Quot the organization and demo a Farmers from and near every town in activities of the Rural pro the county w ill be inv Ltd. Cessor go Vontungeln. In the Sec As yet no definite plan for therond hour followed with a discussion. To county convention has been worked of a Rural sociology the third hour cd. But it is expected the program each morning has been devoted to will he on of value and will carry Sheldon issues convention Call i the a get acquainted idea All the Way thru. The Luly tour will in made Over the North half of the Ottney. The third and last tour this summer will he for a definite purpose and will differ from the others in that it will to j a tour in Tho into osts of the Central Iowa fair Here this fall. Democratic Leader authorizes party gathering at Nevada saturday to name delegates. The democratic county convention will to held this year at Nevada. Saturday july 3, according to a Call authorized by purely Sheldon chairman of the Central committee this morning. At which tim the delegates elected at the recent primary will select nine delegates to the state convention and also nine delegates to the congressional convention. All other business that May come up will he transacted on the above Date. Ames banker is it Ivan Hasbrouck chosen treasurer of Iowa banker a association upon unanimous ballot this morning had no opposition for place a discussion of agricultural Extension county agent Effort boys and girl clubs and similar constructive Rural work by experts from the Extension department of the College which has been followed by a round table. In the afternoons from 2.00 of clock to 4 there have been demonstrations in Faun crops soils animal husbandry and Dairying alternating with lectures and demonstrations of Rural Deerea Lions by Fred Hanson of the College y. M. C. A., and lectures on Rural education by Shrof. Eels of Iowa i teachers College. _ goes to Des Moines. Today events in san Francisco. 11 a. In. Democratic National convention called to order by senator Robinson chairman. Prayer. Roll cat of states for presidential nomination. Nominating speeches. Report of platform committee if platform is completed. Railway men in threat to quit Pennsylvania employees deliver ultimatum to company must have Relief by july 5, or will quit jobs Trey declare others May join. By United pres Philadelphia pa., june 30.�?. Pennsylvania railway off dais Here today were to to tax h the de Mand made by Harry Quot s. Jeffrey a railway Union Leader with whom they met and who said that 100,000 men would go on strike monday morning. July 5, unless tie in demands for in it reas Ltd wages were met. Jeffrey says he represents the demands of a conference of workers representing new York. Chicago St. Louis whining ton. Philadelphia Pittsburgh Baltimore and Trenton terminal centers tight tor life by Harold Jacobs United preen staff correspondent san Francisco ca., june 30 a the a p for the demo ratio presidential nomination today tightened up with greater initial strength accruing apparently to three leading candidates and with Many minor candidates practically eliminated it least a Day before the first Days balloting. The organizations for attorney Genera Palmer. Governor Cox of Ohio and William g. Mcadoo seem much encouraged and have a right to be. On the other hand the organizations of Farmer ambassador Gerard ambassador Davis and vice president Marshall have assumed great r expectancy feeling that a deadlock of the leaders May pave the Way for a Compromise candidate. At the same time Many others Are dubious and some of the democrats who have been mentioned for the nomination Are openly or quietly seeking reservations of what is regarded As the probable band Wagon. Perhaps the most important overnight development was the decision of the Mississippi delegation to vote fur John Sharp Williams its favorite on. Only on the first ballot and after that to switch to governor a of of Ohio and remain with Cox a forever another thing of possible significant. Was the boast among Mcadoo supporters tha the air candidate will have the greatest number of votes on the fir i ballot. None of them could reveal the source of the statement. They a just knew the a Hoard of directors of the Mcadoo organization however indicated that it would still be satisfied if it got 200 to 250 votes for the former Secretary of the Treasury on the first ballot c g. Carlin manager for attorney general Palmer a a allowed his Man Weald be ahead on the first ballot and on a very ballot after that. E. R. Moore la Cox chieftain predicted i his candidate would come out ahead i Evhen second choir e strength was revealed. North Dakota scene of hot scramble for control of Republican party bitter fight ends with both sides claiming control of state miss Fern Bell leaves boys and girls work at College for newspaper. The weather Lins tiled mostly fair tonight and thursday. Not much change in temperature. Special to the Tribune Des minks Juno 3ft.�?ivan o. Hasbrouck of Ames cashier of the Ames National and Ames Trust and savings Banks was elected treasurer of the Iowa banker a association for the coming year by unanimous vote at tits mornings business meeting of Lite Annulli association session. After ills candidacy had been tentatively announced no opposition developed. Miss Fern Bell former Secretary Rani chief clerk in boys and girls club work at Iowa state College has accepted an assistant Editorship with the boys and girls department of successful farming published at Des Moines. Miss Bell after five years teach i ing experience has been Active in club work officiating Here for three years. Her experience and acquaintanceship with the leaders and members in the state give her excellent qualifications for her new position. Site will look after the girls interests especially and will have charge of the girls department in the club Magazine. By unit thl Presa bismark s. D., june 3ft�?the National non partisan league is fighting bitterly in the Republican primaries Here today for control of the state government by nominating its candidates. The Independent voters association is working with every Effort to scratch out enough votes among the republicans to control All Stato officers. There will he a heavy vote ii is predicted and both sides Are claiming Victory at the close of a Campaign which has been especially bitter. Steal marines . Leathernecks will go Short As result of bandits action. By United Presa Atlanta. Ga., june 30.�?a payroll of $59,579, being sent to Parris Island to off members of the United states Marine corps was stolen Between Atlanta and Augusta today. Bandits entered the express car and bound and gagged the messenger and the guard. They escaped with the Money which had been sent via the Charleston Aud Western Carolina railway. Wets not licked. By United Presa san Frank i so Cal. June 30.�? every one of the nine members of the subcommittee on resolutions today flatly denied that the body has rejected a wet Plank in the platform which was offered it last night. They declared no vote had been taken either formally or informally Ami that be decision formal or informal had been made regarding the Planell this was the statement of each individual. After a Short meeting this morning th1 members of the resolutions subcommittee adjourned from the Palace hotel to the auditorium where it met with the full committee. It is understood that several members of the latter insisted that the actual Plank writers be told just How far they could go on the league of nations the liquor problem and other big issues. Senator Glass reported that it was impossible for the committee to Eom Pletz its work before late today and suggested that it be Autt oried to continue its labors. Senator King of Utah moved a recess until 7 30 this evening to give the subcommittee time to go ahead with its work. This was adopted. Iowa quits unit Rule. By United pres san Francisco. Cal june 30.�? the Bina delegation today after a Sharp caucus debate decided to abandon the unit Rule on the liquor question

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