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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Ames, Iowa Page Pou Ames daily to Lune Ani Ames evening times of is Monda a i aim 1920 the Ames daily Tribune and Ames evening times published dully except sunday by the Tribune pow Ishino company a g. Williams. Editor official paper of Story county and the City of ame. Entered a second claw matter at the Post office at ame. Iowa under the act of july 16. 114. Subscription Bates City of Ames Carrier or otherwise City of Ames. Carrier or otherwise 6 to. 8.00 City of Ames Carrier or other to. .06 Iowa outside of Ames City. 4.00 outside of a Oil All subscriptions must i paid in Advance and subscriptions will be discontinued at expiration unless renewed. Religion and Friendly in he of Ilse. Speaking from his pulpit yesterday upon a religion in Friendly an Ames minister attacked the Tribune editorials. They broke Down Friendship he said. They were destructive instead of constructive he implied. Now that is important if True let us see if it is True. It is fair to assume that since the ministers Sermon was prepared during the week the cause May be found within a week. Or. At least recently. Let us. Then consider what editorials the Tribune has printed within the week and what those editorials said. They were monday a the candidacy of or. Sheldon a plea for disinterested and Friendly rivalry in local politics As against personal feuds. A for Brindley and explanations a a suggestion that a Many a political record is better evidence than his political Promise. Tuesday a a look at the third a plea for Friendly personal relations in political campaigns citing the instance of Lyle Minert and Billy Allen and closing with these words a there is room in Ames for growth for Progress for development for lots of co operation and Friendship. There should be no room for a the Imperial German Republic a pointing out the funny predicament of a con Gross that would Shear the president of his Power As commander in chief of the american military forces while still keeping this nation at War. Thursday a boy scouts and Good a plea for financial support for the boy scouts of Ames. A emr. Hoover and the Irr com liable a comparative discussion of a a statesman who progresses and a politician who prides himself on perversity. A Admiral Sims a discussion of the pro British attitude of a Navy commander who. Disgruntled seeks to cast odium upon his superiors and his country. Friday a a a let a straighten out these courts Quot a pleasantry whose purpose was to puncture pretension. It advocated a new position for professor John Brindle a the pay of the advocating More pay for the staff of Iowa state College and pointing out the splendid work Dana by that school a what boy scouts Are a plea for financial support for the boy scouts of Ames. Saturday a recalling William Clarks a plea for Money sup port for the boy scouts As an invest. Furn a Ovist i is is Vav Hlatt Sokat by ukr Rozas do pc cup Trio to nor a Udvig it Sion nov owes a Vovk Loop about Silv rfcs Elf is Wwava it Goe of Sand 45ecox vane. Vosit rr\v4y, it \ Holn a Vokt. Vogy it r Gott put stuff to tug. At a Jav fuck it Vvs rested or med soon be of outa Locsi /sossgqaser5 is nov Ivan a to Erna a to or \ n a n ment in better manhood. A was to the Bish calling attention to the fact that strange things Are done in the year of a presidential elec tion. There is the record of the week. Once in the com be of the week we said. In relation to the matter of assessor that Long residence was no More a qualification of itself and no me re to the Point in favor of u. S. Spring than the fact that Squaw Creek had been Here a Long time there was other comment upon professor Brindley whom the Tribune refuses to take seriously. But that cannot be the cause of our friends attack k upon us. For we cannot believe that he or any other gentleman of intelligence takes or. Brindley political pretensions seriously in the Light of or. Brindley a record. New what is the trouble if last weeks editorials Are not Here Are those editorial subjects discussed Edi tonally since March i which relate to Ames a has the interurban a change of a emr. Crooks new pc sit Ion Quot pleas for a Square Deal fre in the it. I. D. M. And s., and better c a service in Ames. A women in yest a Day a an analysis of the progressive spirit in which women voted for Squaw Creek Bridge a the verdict of the voters a comment i n Antes Progre Sivc spirit a an Iowa interpretation if the spirit of France a concerning professor Fitch a look a thoughts for new voters a a discus Sion of party and partisanship As relating to the women and various editorial in support of Squaw Creek Bridge better schools the need for housing an appreciation of the Wrork of John Coverdale. Now where is the fault to be found with these this brings us Back to where we were. Either the pastor who attacked the to Thune has not read this paper and is grossly ignorant of its editorial contents or he has picked upon our discussion of or. Brindley a candidacy distorting its relation to the rest in a Manne r which he would Brand As a yellow journalism a were the Tribune guilty of the same distortion. We do not think he is campaigning for or. Brindle y. That is unthinkable. On the other hand some things pass our understanding. One of these is for instance what relation that attack upon the Tribune bears to a religion in Erie udly where is the religion or where the Friendly Intercourse in an attack which a Dispa innate analysis of the Tribune Sedi trial columns reveals As base less we have expected and will continue to expect that the Tribune a editorial columns will not win the approval of everyone. We Are not seeking such approval we Are seeking to maintain those opinions which seem to us to Point that Way to a greater better Ames an Ames in which there is room for neither Back biting nor hate. We Are seeking the greater develop nuut of Iowa state College that it May be of greater service. We Are seeking a better Iowa an America re blooded humanitarian just and True and in our Way within our limitations we Are struggling toward that end in tin editorial columns of this newspaper. With those ideals before us we shall continue. We shall Endeavor to continue in constructive paths As we Uncle stand constructive paths and we Challenge any person to Point out that the editorials of Tho Tribune Are not constructive. The study offered above is the Best proof. And Tho we do not always have All the people in agreement with us we would Rattler they disagreed than that they said a ooh the Tribune you never know where it stands on perhaps there is one other Point worthy of consideration. When the Tribune finds pretension without performance it purposes to puncture that pretension just As truth in this Case has punctured the pretence that the Tribune is not constructive in Ames affairs. Sometimes where the pretence is baseless this paper will use a rhetorical weapon honoured and effective the weapon of satire. For As humor is a germicide in the soul i a laughter an Antiseptic in Public affairs. Big meets planned. What a doing in Ames society and c Lub circles sop i Ety Calendaria a a a a announcements for the society columns of the Tribune must reach this office not later than 10 30 a. In. To insure publication on the Day they Are received. The Tribune a Telephone number is .. Ask for the society editor. S of this afternoon. Home economics division Ames women club. With or. C. F. Cur Tish 2 3h o clock. This evening women a horns Ames to Many a club practice at City Library 7 look clock k. Loan of arc Circle knights Columbus Hall 7 30 of clock. Tomorrow afternoon sans Souci club with or. Clyde Klu Tzier 003 Kellogg ave. Women a Home missionary society methodist episcopal Church with mrs. George w. Of Brien 513 Kellogg Avenue. Tomorrow evening Delta Tau Delta with miss Sarah Mcelyea. Music division faculty women Chi with mrs. A. Ii. Lamb 712 Hodge Avenue. Bible literature division meets with mrs. Cessna the Bibb literature division of the faculty women a club will meet with mrs. O. La. Cessna .�?o07 Ash Avenue on wednesday of this w sek. Mrs Herman Knapp will be the Leader. Lace it i it Ames women attend state d. A. R. Session miss Minnie Rice Anc mrs. J. 0. Bowman returned suture in from Clinton where they attended the Twenty first annual conference of the continued on Page my United press Mason City March 22.�?the trap Hooters today were preparing for a strenuous season following announcement of the dates of the various state tourneys. During the coining be Asch. Thirty four trapshooting tournaments will be held in Iowa. The state championship tourney will be shot in Des Moines june i to 3. The cheerful Cherub in my i la Jim Iii. A Tbs. Social pleasures of the world Are. Neither Here nor there to me a i like to sit night and soak my Sovi in poetry in Quot j my Georgette waists very cheap at All new ones just received. Long and Short sleeves Beautiful styles and shades. Very special at4.98 $ i Tricot incs for suits finest Quality in Navy and Brown. Have you seen our line of voiles you should see it a if you have not. Largest assortment Ever shown around Here. 3uy them now. Last year they were scarce this year it will be worse. A. Jacobs co. Ames. Iowa n. By plenty sugar in our grocery department. Buy All you want and you will not be compelled to buy cabbages or Collar buttons in order to get in the boys of Ames Here is what big men think of the boy scout movement a i have it most sincere sympathy with tile boy scout movement and whenever i see i group of these boys i feel proud of their manliness and cheered by the knowledge of the Fine things which their Vigani zat Ion a Woodrow Wilson. No file boy scout Blan has appealed to boys of every land and clime. The recognition of its effectiveness is world William Howard Taft. And Here is where Yon come in Ames needs $4,000 to provide a budget to finance the boy scout activities for the next year. This amount it is estimated will enable us to organize the boys of our City into boy scout troops until at least 600 of these Young lads will fall into line and begin their training for service in the ranks of the Citie Erik who will conduct the affairs of the City before another dozen years have passed a an you think of $4,000 spent in greater work a a a Ria a the boy Seoul movement is in its essence a practical scheme through which to impart a proper Standard of ethical conduct proper standards of fair play and consideration for others a Theodore Roosevelt. A after 15 years of juvenile work i say without question that if you will give the boy scout movement the moral and financial support it rightfully demands the juvenile court soon will no longer be needed a judge Ben Lindsey. Friend you and i be better men today if our a a gang a had had such an Opportunity As this directed boys in clean vigorous scout life following is the estimated budget for the ensuing year. Supervision scout executive. $ 2400.on office equipment. Light insurance. 200.oo office supplies priming and stationery. 100.00 foliage. 50.00 Camps Aud hikes. 400.00 publicity Aud propaganda. 50,00 Stout Leader training and conferences. 200.00 rallies Field Days. Demonstration. 50.00 National Council contribution Aud fee. 200.00 contingencies. 250.00 mipeellaneou.,. to fatal expenditures of. $ 4000.00 neglected boys gambling tor pennies hundreds of our boys Are a Ripe Quot for boy. Scout activities. You ran make it possible for them to get into Tho splendid habits which the scout movement provides. During the Early Days when the number of boys in the rank was Small the voluntary leadership it is out masters was sufficient hut the work a grown too great for these Good Fellows to carry Forward. More and Mere 8 expected of them and the limit hrs been reached. Now we must follow the example of other wide awake titles and engage permanent leadership with establish i Headquarters and thus give the boys of our City the same advantage As those of other cities. Campaign dates March 24-25, 1920 make All checks payable to e. C. Potter treasurer Union Ames these Banks heartily endorse this movement inc Tiona Bank next Iona Bank College savings Bank Story co. Savings

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