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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Ames, Iowa Y it Quot a a Ltd up v daily Tribune volume lilt and Ames evening time Sames. Iowa. Monday Marcu 22, 1020 Nihiser 2sj Bush Bias former chief of operations gave famous warning thrice repeated were warnings against English spirit. By United prom Washington March 22, was Admiral William s. Benson who warned Admiral Sims Quot not to lot the Brit i a pull the Wool Over your eyes Quot him declared at the Senate naval investigation today. Several week ago Sims told the Senate naval subcommittee that such wanting wan Given to him during a conference of tin Navy depart in Utas he was about to Heil for Europe Civ a few weeks before this country entered the War. Benson then chief. Benson at til time of the alleged utterance a chief of Navy opera Lions. Ii is now head of the shipping Board. Sims said the incident occurred just be torn or just after tie had been Iii conference with Secretary Daniel Quot receiving orders to go to Europe Quot a think the commute should have the name of the officer chairman Hale said. Warding repeated. A a Well it a Admiral Ben non who was then chief of Navy operation Sims said a i received no other instruct Ion from him it a amended by nothing followed by nothing and told my in All seriousness i left immediately Quot Sims referred to Benton As being Quot Inte Heiy a nth Brit i hand Quot Aid i statement Wert repeated in mile stance on two other oth astern. Sims said when he met Benson in Paris six months later the admonition a repeat d in substance and a third tin when he saw him in London. The instructions Sims alleged b n so gave him were a Don t let he British pal the Wool Over Var Eye. It is none of our Bushi ens pulling their Chestnut out of the fire we would As soc fight the British As th1 German i have always considered Benson perfectly honest fair and Square and a High minded gentleman but a no Man who is intensely anti British or anti French will alway a held by this Japan to yield China All dignity will permit Little Hope of Suff 0. K. In Beds Challenge Ebert authority is quieter vacation Over students Back on their jobs Foo Chow affair May be settled without trouble suffrage Headquarters make few claims that constitutional Amend ment will be passed by Little j state a a very bad is opinion. Washington state will ratify today in opinion of workers Vermont and Connecticut next states to be j asked to Aid women a plan. Hundreds flock Back to studies after Wick s vacation afternoon registration Large Bine Cashiers Busy taking care of students. Normal registration anticipated by registrar Kos no big increase expected for close of year 2.000 registered by noon today. Ration for Iowa tomorrow morning to i first a or i will Quot tart Tom a. Stud Itta in by Tea bul, j a a i r. The to inn v coling is ova at it on o to. Flu Apt tug i in today i a i at he i up Lite Aud bund Rod to Girt ration min in la office of Gistar attempting to Tho pro Ca i Ort. Reg sat or Knapp Fri afternoon untied that fully 2 to had Register at noon today it Gist rat ton was so nip ponese would keep peace in far East. Tokio Japan March 22.�?with re i j. Us to f Ile Foo How affair Tho Ca i fitted Bas decided to Grunt the t Hin int Iii in Moat cd us Afa it is cot Pat a blk a w Ith Tho dignity of Japan it was Learned today. It Biti ii Between Chiba and Ja-1 pan none the Best after lit Shantung settlement. W re further strained by till strike at Foo Chow during which the Japari it its kill chinos and on american a wounded. I the trouble grew out of China boycotting japanese goods. Who Calls China backward its j i morn for a Ashier a Busy Herman Knapp Loup with go Rerat strike on chinese East in railways reported from Harbin. In t i press Torio Mart to strike cd Iway is Aff so port a Ltd ived is i i via. Sign a a he Chines a a uncool Imi to a i a from Harbin. Undo tor be morning teeing the Randau quits in race for House in getting but the ii a uni grand Rush. Matt stud tits strive yesterday. Many Mot came this morning we anticipate a Normal regi. Catan for this term As compared to what we have had so far this school year Quot or. Knapp told us Tribune tin aft not it a we ate not Ani Etna a Itig that its Etna my term will a any part by Lar our other terms a fires victim is Laid to rest Maurice Aplin who lost life in fire in Mason City hotel boned with set vices at Home of brother or c. A Aplin. Rev Hawley officiates. U. S. Will feed hungry Europe government authorizes Leisure of five million barrels of flour to auf War sufferers. By uni till 1r�m Washington. March the sen at today passed a Hill authorizing the red to ii Grain Corporal Ion n seize barrels of Bour to feed the needy p Ltd ple of Europe the corporation is authorized tax a it the flour or to extend credit for it. The till already a passed the House. By United pres Dover Delaw Are. March 22 a the Day for taking up the que lion of ratification of the Federal i Ufra i amendment win by fixed at a joint legislative caucus tonight the legislation it in spacial be Quot Don today to att on the auf Flag question and the school code. The latter Foo Velmor towns and n pet measure will he considered first. The opponents exp it to arrange a tract they support the school code in t return tor the opposition of Tho a Fede ral amendment. Until the last few Days the suf frag advocates apparently Felt 1 of but the opposition a been gaining Ami political ohs to a. Today looked Forward to a Long fight with the re ult doubtful. J by fluted pre Washington. D us a March 22 the Chance for ratification of the of tier Al woman s suffrage amendment in Delaware was declared a very bad Quot j at he suffrage Headquarters Here today. In Washington leaders Hope the j ratification v ill be accomplished to a Day. Legislators in both Delaware j and a Bing on met today to consider f Ilie it Tiff age amendment whish would i Etlow women voting tights equal to i those enjoyed by the Mea. Thirty a four states hav o ratified and favor Able action in Delaware and washing i ton Whit ii already has woman suf a frag by Slat enactment suffragists j were Sui of Victory. Of ratification fails in Washington i nod Delaware today it put my in Gila i Tive lesion will i Quot asked tor in ver no Ait and Connecticut Jost simply wont be Good Complete plans word on spree a or a non Man Northern lights inter in Hlll us us in a a Fri from i 2-Day drive Chicago March 22.�?miss Aurora boreal is has gone on a spree. And when she goes jazzing she jazzed everything. She a got the Telegraph wires of the country working As though John Barit scorn a re resurrected. You can t get messages through from anywhere since Aurora a got to jazzing around. That is Why. According to the Telegraph companies it is hard to it new through Over the United press leased wire or Over any other w ire. Just How Aurora does it the scientific Sharps have figural out but the Pere is too complicated to Tell especially with Aurora still mixing things up. Anyway when things got to going wrong they blamed it on Aurora. It is the Sec land time within the last year she has been cutting up like this. It makes on wonder whether John Barleycorn has really gone to Cuba As they say maybe he s hiding out at the North pole. Newton shows huge growth increase of 43 per cent in population shown in last 10 years Keokuk slow in growth .3 . Soviet election held today thru Many Hun cities Noske will hold Post while rebels Are to be punished. Arrangements completed for drive to raise $4,000 to properly finance boy scout movement in Ames Wilt be put across in two Days lives of Over 600 boys to be affected by proper direction of play spirit along constructive lines boys to Aid with demonstrations. Senate made a amendment to it. J wind the weather j fair ural warmer tonight. Tuesday probably unsettled Raider West portion. Fresh to Strong southerly he to had pram Washington. March j. Tilt aet i up a Bureau today announced the following population figures Keokuk 14.423, an increase of 415 or .3 per cent Newton 6,627, an increase of 2, i or 43.6 per cent red Oak 5.573, an increase of 748 or 15.5 per cent arrangements Are Complete to give citizens of ame a Chance to show where they stand on the question of the boy scouts when the Campaign to raise a fund of $4,000 for three years is set tinder Way wednesday morning. To t ams. Compos Al of men win Are interested heart and soul in the boy scout movement will visit every Home in Ames wednesday and thursday in a whirlwind Campaign to reach the objective of the drive in 48 hours tilt Central committee is composed of cd b Mcdonald scout master for Troup 2 of the Ames boy St outs i o. Hasbrouck and j s. Dodds. The committee has divided the four Ward into districts and a Captain and team ail work each District visiting eve re House. Tire purpose of the Campaign according to prof or Mcdonald is to provide Sui t it tent funds to make possible the employment of a permanent scout Leader who will have goer Al direction of the scout work Hon tin tied on Page five it by Edl keen United pres staff London. March 22�?dispatches today indicated that the situation in Germany is becoming quieter. The government has re established authority at Kiel and Lipsic the dispatches said and the attorney general has started proceedings against or. Von Kapp and general von Luett Witz leaders of the revolution an official Berlin wireless gave this Assurance As an agreement Between the labor unions and the gov rement for culling off the general strike. Cabinet promised. A new Cabinet will he formed with he cooperation of the tailor unions officials of the von Kapp i Surrec Ion will be punished organization i the administration thru appointment of Republican officials socialisation of industries including nation i nation of mines and the Potash in Lusty. Iowa Shie Washington township Farmer for malty withdraws candidacy for legislature personal business interferes with plan for service. Fred a. Bandau Well known Washington township Farmer and Orchard Man this morning is toni a flt mud statement to the Effey t that Hwa not a candidate for representative from Story county. On Friday a decided to enter the rat e and saturday was about decided to Mak his announcement in the Ames doily Tribune. When he derided be would hold it up until monday by which tim he would have fully Dot idea what he would do. This morning or. Randall issued the following formal statement a on last Friday i derided to enter the race As third candidate for Tho office of representative and Niv nou Cement appeared in on of the papers. Since then personal matters have developed which makes it impossible for me to continue in the Campaign. I regret to make this move just As my prospects Are becoming More favourable but am obliged to take care of my own interests first. While i will not be Able to represent the people of Story county in several measures in which i know they Are interested yet perhaps the Winton candidate will support the same measures with More Success than i could have done. I wish to take this Opportunity to thank my friends tor the support they have Given me up to this Date a tuners service fur Mauri e Aplin. Day clerk at the Cecil hotel at Mason City who a suffocated by smoke in a fir who h wrecked til hotel Triy saturday morning a held this afternoon at to lock at la Aplin Belue Ala Douglas Avenue. Rev. Ii. K Hawley a Dor of the first engr Gat tonal Church off Cialani. Interment was made in Dak Wood cemetery. Maurice Aplin a a brother of or. C a my in and miss Clara Aplin of this City. And was a evident of ame fur years. For a Long time or Aplin was employed Ai a clerk in local hotels. He a about 52 Star of age. The body reached Ames from May to City la saturday evening having been shipped Over the to k Island to Nevada and brought to Ames Overland. Or c. A. Aplin upon receiving word of his brother s death saturday morning loft immediately for Mason City arriving there saturday afternoon a Arom pained the body to Ames. The Mason try Globe Gaza Etc of saturday evening in its news Story of tile fire a the fir which was discovered about 7 15 of Cloi k had made Strong headway a fore the smoke burst thru the doors in rooms on the third floor where it had Start of and quickly filled the other rooms anti corridors. Guests of the place made a Quick exit a but they could with what few a longing could be gathered together. Quot Aplin who was Day clerk had a court room on the third floor. He was carried Down Stair and pushed to the Park Hospital across the Street Godo material eur track men stand do Wei Sione and Webb show Strong in Western meets Iowa men High St. Johns View in track work of College men in world match continued on Page five scouts Ever Alert 4s a amp 4 4-�?T # 4> boys come Quick to in serve a need s 2 o. By s. I boy stouts Atten shun and within thirty minutes fifty ame scout Are gathered at the appointed place ready for any Job that May be asked of them. Someone wants something done. Maybe its Wood gathered during the Coal strike maybe it s to col Leet old clothes and shoes for the red Cross maybe its to search for lost children the scoutmaster sends out a Call. I he boy scout s. O. S. Covers the town like a Blanket. Within thirty minutes they Are gathered. And it really works. Not Long ago the scout commis Stoner without any previous warning issued a mobilization Call. Every scout in town was to report at once at the Squaw Creek Railroad Bridge. Within half an hour fifty scouts practically the entire Roll were at the rendezvous. A couple of years ago two Small boys i and 5 years old disappeared. No one knew whether they were lost or kidnapped. At to p. In. The scout commissioner sent out a Call asking the scouts to report to Aid in the search. Within 25 minutes three troupe of scouts were systematically searching the territory in Aud around Ames. And half Miler have l Ine Chance of trip abroad. By a w. St. John. Director of athletics Ohio state University. Written for the United press copyrighted. 1320, United Western track teams have been rejuvenated since the War. Indications Are that the big ten and Missouri Valley conference will be Able to furnish excellent material toward America s 1920 olympic aggregation. In contrast to other years when two or three schools were so Strong As to totally eclipse the rest of the circuit this Winters indoor conference meet at Patten gymnasium. University of Chil ago. March 19 and 20. Every University will count in the scoring. With the track season still Early it i difficult to say with any degree of precision just what the chances of the Middle West Are on the u. S. Olympic team other than that the general Standard of the conference is considerably higher than in 1916, and certainly than in 1912. Outstanding stars of the conference teams Are Johnson Michigan Spink Pinole Otis. Chicago Higgins Chicago of Minnesota herring. Indiana and Moor he cad Ohio state. In Carl Johnson Michigan a a whole team. He is As much of a Star to the wolverines As Ralph Craig in his palmy Days. He is As Good an Allaround starts Bob Simpson. Missouri s de luxe hurler sprinter and Juniper who recently turned pro. Ile is Good for the lashes for the jumps and possibly the relay team. He is consistent in his work and can always be counted on for a healthy share of the Points. Phil Spink Illinois is one of the Hest Middle distance men in the coun try today. He won in the inter Allied championship races at Jonville be pent near Paris last summer and is better in the 880 than he was before he Enie red the army. He is a Good Quarter Miler too. In Higgins Chicago has a weight Man of note. He is credited with by la s Hur wich. Editor Bina state student two Iowa state track athletes have proven themselves worthy of quit a hit of consideration from the authorities who pick americans representatives for the 1920 olympic games which will to held in Antwerp come time this summer. D. C. Stone and la a. Webb Miler and half Milor respectively have made records this year that have been the most outstanding of any Quot Hung up by mid Western tricksters Motte a moral r i f Iowa state s All american four mile relay team of 191 a has shown improvement Over i former Wark and thus far Thi year a been running the race of his life. It was stones wonderful work at Tho Illinois relays that had a great Deal to do with the Victory Iowa state a on in the four mile event. At Kansas City last week Stone again proved i supremacy Over Miler in the mid West when he romped Home a w inner in the mile race by a Good margin. Webb in the few races he has run this year has stamped himself As the fastest half Miler Iowa state has developed in years. Of Illinois he surprised his staunchest backers whence ran the half mile in the distance Medly race in the exceptional time of 1 58 3-5. It is Safe to say that had Webb entered the meet at Kansas City he would have won it with ease. Mid West athletes Dis cussed by famous Ohio director. Shoving the 16-Pound shot around 47 feet this Winter in competitions and is always Good for 45 feet. He is easily the class of the conference in the Pill event. Higgins also is credited with throwing the javelin 190 feet free style. Otis Chicago two Miler is Good Timber. He can step the double mile in better than to minutes under fax Hetter outdoors. Of. Minnesota football Star is a Good Quarter Miler and can do better than 50. A oat h Frank is grooming him to set the Pace in the conference this Spring. Herring Indiana and Moorhead. Ohio state Are two jumpers Worth while. The former is a Veteran who can perform in twin six fashion at the Broad jump around 23 feet. Moo fell and. A newcomer is a Good sprinter a Well As a High jumper. He is considered the. Best athlete Ohio state s track team has had since the Days of Clem Cooke sprinter for jumper and Wikoff distance Man extraordinary Beth of whom were on the 1912 american team to go to Stockholm. Griffith Ohio state Captain. 1919, can do 175 feet with the javelin regulation style and should he Good for that event on the olympic team. He Apt tired honors in the Penn relay games last year. Two now stars jumped into prominence on the Western horizon at the recent Illinois relay carnival. Stone of Iowa state a Miler of Promise and Hamilton an All around candidate from Missouri showed encouraging form. Stone running As Anchor Man of the Iowa state quartet Cut Down a big Lead in tin four mile event and won the laurels. Hamilton won the Al around event with ease. Carl Johnson gave additional grounds for the belief that he is Book Tel for a Star place in the olympic games by winning three events at the carnival. He equalled the Western conference record in the High hurdles and set a new record in the Low hurdles. of Chicago showed great possibilities when he pulled a big Surprise in two mile relay by boating Spink Illinois and inter Allied Star in one i Ai j Ach Scholz. The Missouri sprint i wizard showed some of Tho ability j that made Eastern experts predict j some time ago that he would be sure i of a place on the american team. To quailed the worlds record of 7 3 seconds for the 75-Yard dash even though beaten by Otis in the two mile relay Spink showed his real stuff by getting away Fly Yards behind Chicago in the last Lap of the one mile relay and winning by ten Yard Emery of Illinois forced Speers the Chicago Star to his limit to win the two mile relay by a nose. Ames woman makes plea foe Rescue of spots of historical interest Frorer commercialization and destruction Park Board plan suggested. Saturday night saw the it it a of tin annual meeting of the Iowa Minerva lion Anocia tion which a in a Sion Here Friday and saturday. Soon fifty were in attendance from All part of th1 state i to stat conservation Board of which or. L. In Hammel ii chairman met in connection w Ith the association. A a solution was adopted calculated to Aid in the conservation work with out friction e r. Harlem curator cd the state historical society suggested the plan which is for the creation of a general Board to have charge Ai \ state Parks. The membership of the Board would he made up of the pres pm conservation Board member from the fish and game association and of the historical society. To it members at Large would be named chosen particularly for their business ability. This plan. It is believed will allow several organizations to a it re in Harmony Jena Jensen of Chicago lands a architect gave what was considered the Best address of the meetings i talk was a plea to dispense with the artificial in state Parks and to utilize the naturalness to the utmost ext no mrs. L. B. Schmidt of Ames chair Man of the historical spot committee appealed for More action looking in the saving of the historical spot of the state. Interest she said is lag k tog and Many of the place of Genu Ine a Tetour a1 interest Are being de St roved or commercialized. Officers for the coining year were Sparta cans Active. By Carl Groat United pre staff correspondent Berlin March 21 night a Tho a Ben Cabinet met Here today to consider the condition brought about by he spurt Arati outbreaks. President Ebert called his Cabinet together after he arrived in the City it la a. In. It was generally Underwood that Noske will retain his Poai Ion As minister of decease. Demands increasing. Government officials were confident in their predictions that there void be a return to Normal Condi Lon despite the fact that the genial strike is still partly effective. They believe that a majority of the workers w la return to their posts lev Morrow. The Independent socialists ii Waun Der stood demanded additional concessions Over those Grunion saturday. The independents believe that the serious situation which exists in Germany in Many towns which Are controlled by radicals will Force the government to Grant the demand tor still More Radical measures. Berlin is beginning to assume a Normal aspect today. The Radical will elect revolutionary councils today. These councils tomorrow will Vole on the labor unions proposition to Call off the general strike fourteen policemen slain. Fourteen special policemen were killed in a tight in Moaba suburb of Berlin yesterday it was Learned today. They attempted to disperse r gating Radical workmen. At Leip St bund cos of persons were killed in Street fighting. Officials Saki an accurate estimate wan impossible. Regular troops came to the Aid of volume it and aided to government forces in getting control of the City l lighting has been incessant for Wev sral Days. Radical workers were reported till in control of several important town in Saxony. It United press Paris. Mardi 22.-the american mis i in in Berlin has presented Premier Baar with a communication declaring that the United states cannot furnish any More food to Germany of it soviet government is established said a Berlin dispatch today. Must pay taxes on 1913 income to it of Union Pacific subsidiary is decreed in favor of government Money paid under protest. Continued on Page five by United press Washington March 22.�?the supreme court today upheld the condition of the government that dividends received in 1913 or Titer Caff a it or paid on profits prior to 1918, Eon diluted taxable income under the 1913 income tax Law. Tin ult was brought by the. Union Paella Coal company to recover taxes paid under protest. Boys use oldest habitation Ltd it St it w. By log Cabin scout rendezvous t he oldest human habitation in Story county. Its a log Cabin mud chunked with an old fireplace. And it Isnit stuck away in the Corner of a history museum far from it. In in the midst of a regular fore at and past it flows a River. Quot hey Skinny got your Knapsack a Quot Yea. To got your swimming suit and tackle Quot Quot its scout Pace this from the scout master. And the Ames boy scouts Are off for a night hike to their rendezvous. Tiny old Cabin is their objective. It s a mile and a half North of Ames and it belongs to or. A. B. Niles. Thai is he holds a deed to the property pm which it stands. But it really be Longs to the boy scouts for or. Niles is an old scout himself a boy scout Ai heart and he has Given the Cabin to the boys for a Camp site. And now that Spring a come it came yesterday the boy scouts a counting the Days until orders Are issued for the first hike. Quot tramp tramp tramp the scouts Are marching a great stuff a Skinny Quot

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