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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune and Ames evening times volume Lui Ames Imp a wednesday. Marcu 24, i Ojo it miser a a Kibo scout Orive was Hidlay in goal warning of Ames dusk Welcome solicitous pc Wint Heads Bobis Logan Man leads i organization to i Benefit f armers successor to Coverdale i ormer speaker of Iowa House. By aim or a Washington March 24, la a is j Dent w 11 to 11 w it it in i it next i e Vav Day j will an ox4 it in Oiler Dir bit ing All departments of the Federal government to pure a and store up i three Mouths Supply of Coal during j the month of May june and july it was Learned today state and county governments and j Public utilities Alii be urged to do likewise the result will be. In the j opinion of exp. I s of the National cruel cont min a a Ion. That the runner will i Wilson Oriol to climb e8eri gives was to reds in Ake and she support to City a lads Cunningham is be generous giving Marks beginning of two Day push preparations completed at meeting of men last evening. Bov soul in at gang communists threaten to flood mines if socialist troops attack them Compromise will result with reds in Ebert s Cabinet is chief now. Too reports slam in fighting in a Brig in troops mix in strip gel general hangs heavy Over be Busy during the Dull season a Urb a my inf that the 27 per it wage in the Miner tile comm in Ion will i it Abne ried not passed on Tith Qubti so absorbed. The wage Imie 50o.il men Wilt have to be by my increase in the pric of is pet cont a ginning to sums two. And but of Milf not to to die made up of Nai april i. Tinned pre Paris. Is or Arni uti bet torn a it from ii St Ake threat Ebert s head. A forty eight in went or i government a re i has been la a la i. Sid Westphalia higher prices due. P Quot need pre St. Louis. March 24.�?higher Coal prices Sis a result of the a wag scale adva mod in the majority re h port of the bituminous Coal commie Ion we j Dei lated unavoidable by Thomas t Brewster chairmen of the operators scale committee of she Cep i Trai competitive Fields. Iiri Stei do dined to estimate the irs 1 Nae. But did not think the wage \ increase would be passed on to the Sill attend Tisz conference called by president Wilson Confer Nee asked. Is United pit St Loi is March 24 Trio my a or pastere. Tile 1 Quot Al operators repro 1 vent at Ive of the scale committee tee Day wired John l. Let via. President of the min. Workers Union suggesting thai the joint conference Between min re and of a Tutor representative he held in St louts tuesday of Arch lath British miners refuse Advance increase of shilling and sixpence in Day not sufficient want three shilling and stand fast. A United pre London. March 14,-the miners federation of great Britain voted unanimously to reject the government offer for a wage increase of one shilling sixpence a Day. The miners held to Hea demand for an increase of three shillings a Day. The vote of the unions was made Public today. Congressman goes Quick. By tic ted pre Washington March 24 representative William j Browning Republican. Of new Jersey died today in a Barber chair in the Capitol building. Their u1n< a a agr at a meeting of represent it in of Tho 1 be i i g Iver Meni my tile it us la Quot in Taun i a Mission the h i to i re ski id in the eve lit that t i of re f i i r stuck. To to Rymun St s i lit air to to tick Hith mines. Many reds us in. In United vim Mav k nue. March 24. A o the ii la i Cuni Chi a Maist wet 11 it i Iii v of a ii ill Ting in i we. I i e Aren tick is. And red in the i leg Mai if w Esel Gotha Ait it a a a it be i Ion neurotic a of it ii ii 11 g to Nill u 4 cd fifth til i lit v #4 to Between be f cd. Gig it 111 5 and Quot Man reds in Lull to in isl j Vav 1 being i Here melt a i tit or tis elves Eib Iii it f in in. R d bund it cont fund it ars was re it is in the Dollar toward the f $4,000 u year for us 1 riled Las night fund drive which is aged cont til Loda t Ion w 1 1 m a in put 1 t the i Van r it ski is tin As it a Ponsini aril the i d tomorrow. Re voluntary of an ent hut tin worker ame a edged Thenie dive Over \ a top. Captain Ai tended a tit 1 in men a i t dub tit 7 tin last night to receive in auction for the Campaign g. It. Mat Donald chairman of it t a i Campaign committee and Short Deputy National Field com i loner who is in Ames avg in the Campaign. Final plans made. Fifty workers who Wilt do the Ting met at s o clock and the Elkins were discussed tile so it will n conducted tor the most n the evening from 6 to a a Hue i was thought most pin ii he at Home. The plan is top to pie in the ii Homes rather f plate of business the Cill a port to their Ward Cap soon after 9 of the vening and the latter will for Hilts to the Central head so dad shoots citizens Tell need of scouts in Aid of boys have been report a. To brr Lin Ilion of 1 thin it in went Teal roup and lenient the gov red in Cabinet. By Carl Groat ted pres staff to Ltd Rry pc Mart h 1 n a s 1 in Quot i r t edit i to ral 1 tally Tell r go a Rui e in follow in by Reu Faniro t Gilt 1for i workmen of the Agre t ii eke t the Rad in a toni i in 1 a ement und lied off the be in. A re to w la he ill Dixit tilted the Home shortage National Peru Mahon families have no place to Lay Heads shortage held due to Lack of cars to transport material condition in big cities alarming. I rom Berun in against the t Oro of tis Ruch in i Kerss will be Conin til organisation every a i the government strike threat holds radicals threaten immediate resumption of the a Neihl sink if their demands not Cool plied with general von Laud twit. Minister of Del Nae under the von Kapp Rev Quot i 1 be nary movement Hast been arrested. It a definitely announced by gov a fitment officials. Admiral von Trolia Chi f of the admirably also has been apprehended. The general opinion prevailed that the government is gradually getting the situation under control with the exception of Western Germany where the administration admits communists Are gaining rapidly Daylight Laws muddle cities try United pres Chi ago March 24.�? a million families in the United states Are homeless because of the lion ing shortage Delegate to the first annual convention of the National federation Al construction industries stated Here today. The shortage said e. J. Brunner Chicago editor of the am Rickun contractor is due to a Lack of ars to transport building materials. The condition in new York. Chicago Philadelphia and other cities All Over the country is alarming limn a r said. The Price of houses is Over twice that charged in 1914, an average House today costs $8,000 to $7,000, it w Ltd a a he wages of labor have gone up 0 per said Brunner. A prices of building materials have gone up cent a further boost in toe building Cost will come a a a a j in a by. The delegation said lies the hands of the employers. A in sties and manufacturers should 1 employees a properly Sod and build ii uses for the til on Fps inns 00? builder. A if their Vorker Quot a to to Etra n schedules will go on Standard time while City clocks run As decreed by ordinance. By United prs new Youk. March 24. Repeal of the Daylight savings Law and consequent enactment by several cities three tens to throw traffic into confusion beginning next sunday Railroad officials de Lii red today the new York Central lines and the new la 1 veil suburban lint will adjust themselves to the new time hut clocks and time tables will he based on Standard time. Other railroads will retain their present time or await developments before making any changes. Thru schedules will be unchanged it was announced. New York accepted tin Daylight saving effective at 2 a. In. March 28. At thai time the City clocks Are to lie set ahead one hour. New York accepted tile plan and a Hill for its repeal was Defeated. Other cities which have the plan Are Portland and South Portland. Me., Detroit and is. Joseph Mich. Col Umbus Ohio Harrisburg and Pittsburgh Penna and Wilmington Del Waie. Tile dates that the plan lakes effect differ in the various cities. Just tors at the commercial club while a few subscriptions for Hoo i Sib a year hav been secured it is the in flies of the Campaign Ere that Access wit depend or a Large number f sub Trio it for $5 to $1�?o a Vear for the three it ear period. Coats $10 per boy. The boys it out work that is will Cost $10 m r boy for the first year. In Salt Cering Vears it is estimated that the will be somewhat less. On this a awls a i to subscription will take ire of in Ames boys provide them with a1 the Phi a Ai and mental Bene a its that the scout training instill for one year. \ $10 subscription will take one Ames boy into the Woods Lea h in to love nature and respect author Lye build up the qualities that will make him a Little later a Good citizen of Ante. The boy scout fund will be admin stored by the Ames Council boy cons s of America. On the Council or the following citizens of Ames k j Bod Well. W a. Bower Rev. L \ Bradford. Harry Brown. Father Campbell Harlan Quot Ole j. C. Cunningham. J s Dodds 7. D. Dunlap. Rev. F c Edwards a t Erwin. C. L. Filch l. W. Forman. J ii. Gilchrist Fred m Hansen. W. L. Harter i o. Hasbrouck Rev h k Hawley Rev. S j. Hoffman her Tau Knapp s a. Knapp e. E. Little. Rev. O d. Lee. La d. Mckibben. G. B. Macdonald Ibn a. Marston w. H. Meeker. A. A Miller or. W. R. Niles. A b Noble h f Pepper. F c. Potter or c. M. Proctor. R. H. Richardson r. Cd roup. V h. So loiter. By. J. Schick. H. A Stafford Paul Taff. L. C. Tilden. Rev. A e. Williams. Little Hope of suffrage votes obstructionists in Delaware band together to prevent ratification of amendment at this time action held to sound Knell for present. By United pre Chi in ago. Ill. March 24. A to in father who lot his son a to a his soul Quot so Bingly play a today that til1 boy May live and Reform. Frank piano the father was in Jaii. The son. Frank. Or. Was in the Hospital with in even Chan for life despite three Bullet w of my s. A i guess father did the it \ it old inn gasped a i Ain going straight when i get out of Here a Frank sr., who is the father of ii in1 children today told of the Cir in Tan is which brought about the shooting. Quot Frank begun when in a 14 years of he said. A the bummed from school smoked Cigar ets and ran away from Home. Ilg to into a bad gang. My Only hop is now that he will get Well. Of he re tor a there is nothing too Good for him. Last night our baby was sick and i was tired. Frank was out with the gang. I hunted for him and i found him with that gang of Tough. He was trying 10 be Tough too. He did not talk right and i thought i would Rattler kill him than wait to it see him killed by the polio men or somebody he i Nib the lather shot the boy three time tossed the revolver into the Gutter and walked away without glancing at the prorate bom. Liter he reported to the police who had the boy taken to the Hospital. Ames boy aids in radio relay Leonard St Nebaon forme Navy wireless operator takes part in Effort to Speed Rad a Daylight message across state. Leaders in civic and school life i Alk of benefits. Aim a people Are Bac k of the boy of tints. Men and women who know the work the scouts Are doing in Ames enthusiastically endorse tire Campaign that is under Way to provide a permanent Seoul organization in the City and 1 in ure an experienced scout Leader to take charge of the scout work. Here is what these people have to say of St Outing mayor e. H. Graves the boy scout movement is one which should have the Hearty Aport of in entire out Infinity. Much Good come from the in auction that is give the boys As to living Good clean healthy Manly lives. Mrs. C. F. Curtis pre icbms Ames woman s club can any one read the pct Mise taken by Tell toy scout and the scout i to and hesitate on Molt it when a iced. A shall a push the Quot organization for Ames a this will be a great investment. Why hav we put it off so Long your interest is in fled As wll As your dollars. Be an old scout and try to live up to the scout Law be trustworthy Loyal i Friendly courteous and kind. Be a1 engineers to Iii big fiesta Celebration of knights of St. Patrick begins tomorrow night and continues thru Friday engineers plan big festivity for patrons Day. Government to store 3 months Supply of fuel operators plan to put wage Advance onto Coal Consumers. Affair postponed because of vacation will be bigger than Ever Parade thru Campus and City Marks second Day of feast big initiation. A Ames is invited to participate with the engineering students of Iowa of Jit College in the St Patrick s Day Celebration which starts tomorrow night and continues Over Friday and into Friday night. No special invitation is needed. The Celebration is All free and for evry one. The Only time the Celebration costs anything is for the grand Ball on Friday night for a Verai years prominent engineering colleges of the Middle West have celebrated St. Patrick s Day a4 a gala Day. Foremost in these celebrations were the University of mis Tsouri Missouri school of mines and ways cheerful and Brave be Thrifty 1 j Doyer Delaware. March 24.�?at a j bipartisan conference today Twenty members of the House signed a writ ten agreement not to vote for the j suffrage amendment at any time. A miters opposing the suffrage believe this assures defeat to ratification at this session. Operators meet upon wage plan a Progress today descends More and More it it a Speed am a a amp a. Radio furnished the ape a. You furnish the this message relayed from station to station by wireless operators of Iowa sunday morning format a test in Whit h it was endeavoured to Send the message across Iowa in record tim dining Daylight hours. It was started at Dubuque and relayed to Rock Island Iii., to Burlington to Davenport to Iowa City to Washington. To Ottumwa to Marengo to Oelwein to Dewitt to Cedar rapids to University of Iowa to Graceland College to Des Moines to Arnee and Back to lbs Moines in one hour and Twenty minutes. In ame the message was received j by Leonard Stenerson who lives on j North grand Avenue Extension. Sten arson was a naval wit Clews operator during the War and has tagged him 1 self up a Plant at his horn#1. During j tin War he s red on the san Francisco. A mine layer stationed at Inverness Scotland w hich helped Lay j the mine Barrier in the North sea. And it Ilo on the new York at Rose Lith. Scotland. He has a Fine Little Plant Here and earlier in the Winter when atmospheric conditions were better talked nightly w Ith St. Augustine Florida Ami Roswell new i Uelli t. And generous. Keep clean without and within. Show due reverence toward Tbs great god w Hose wonder tail out of door we Are to study and enjoy. It is for these reasons that i am a Pusher tor the boy scouts. F. H. Schleiter president of the ame Cecii Mereial club i hav us boy hut if i had n dozen i should want them All to he boy scouts. I Ara heartily it in favor of the organization and Bell we a goods it out will become a Good citizen the training Given and the ideals taught can Only result in a Fin r Quality of manhood. I am Rady to Hack the attainment of such a result to the limit. A. J. Steffey principal High school from the standpoint of the school i can not speak too highly of the work of the boy scouts i have it ten Many results in the High school of the splendid work of this organization. A a Rule the boy scout is a regular attendant a Good student thoroughly dependable in behaviour and con urn five in his Gen ral attitude toward the school and. With few exceptions the Ideal to be physically Trong mental awake and morally straight shows very practical results in the boys lives. Certainly too much can not be done in support of this wonderful organization in its work of building up the human resources of our Community. Nellie Iverson Prim pal of card Shear school the teachers of Beard-1 Shear school Are most heartily in sympathy with the boy scout movement and Are very anxious to do ail they can to further its advancement in Ames Katherine by Wincier principal of Lincoln school i should Ltd a to have every boy in Ames a scout As i think it a wonderful organization for making the right sort of men Cut of our future citizens. A state her at Ames. Many get charter. As Many other universities wished j to join this movement the University 1 of Missouri started the movement for nationalization. This was accomplish he d on december to it and 6. Isis. A a to a i elevens colleges became charter Cut Myrow i or Quot them National con j vent j in. The organization Aims to promote f got i Fellowship Between engineers i and Between universities. The differ j pm chapters will also recognize the i various activities Ami will Reward it. W. Hunt of Logan and e. To. Cunningham of Fresco were elected president and Secretary of the Iowa farm Bureau federation at a meeting of the executive committee held sit Tho federation offices in the masonic Temple yesterday. Messes Hunt and Cunningham Suc a cd president j. R. Howard of Clemmons and Secretary j. W. Cloverdale of Ames who resigned that they May take tip their new duties As president anti Secretary of the National farm Bureau federation with Headquarters in Chicago. Was acting vice president. Pre Iden Hunt has been an acting vice president of the state federation and was a member of the committee on marketing and transportation. George n. Fox of Dallas Center was named vice president in or. Hunts Stead upon the latter being named president. The new Secretary. E. La. Cunningham. Has already assumed hts new duties. He is in Ames today and will be regularly located Here. His family. However will not move to ame until fall being on a farm near ores co in Howard county. Former House speaker. Or. Cunningham is one of Towas Well known men. He was a member of the state legislature during the �?T�?T.2nd. 3 5rd, 34th and a Fath general assemblies and was speaker of the House during the re the general Assembly. During tif a hone of his service in the legislature he resided in Buena Vista county. Until yesterday he a i it a Farmer living in Howard Farmer wins in suit Over hogs members for parts taken in these activities from time to time. On or near March it each year the universities will hav Days and Knight a Patrick those senior students and j alumni who a deserving of the Honor. Celebration postponed. Because the College Here was in a j on March it. By. Patrick a Day. The Celebration is being observe this j week. Ames chapter guard of of. Patrick is staging the Jollif cation. Friday morning the Parade will be staged thru the Campus and City. The j program for the two Days is As follow thursday March 25, 8 00 Pirn. Banquet. Senior engineers. . Guests and alumni. 7 00 to. M. Engineers open House. Shops. Laboratories and All building-4 open to visitors. Special exhibits a Mon orations Etc. Friday March 26. 8 30 a. In. Opening Salute-4 and . 9 00 a. In. Arrival of St. Patrick. Address of Welcome. 9 30 a. In. Location of Blarney Stone. To in a. In. Parade thru Campus and City floats banners class As mls by. Etc. I of cafeteria luncheon in engineering Hall. Ail engineers and their friends. 1 30 p. In. Knighting of senior guards of St. Patrick 1 00 p. M. Open air vaudeville in front of engineering Hall j 4 00 p in. Mixer for engineers guests alumni and faculty. 8 00 p. In. Engineers Ball in gym. Eastern mine owners considering demand of men for increased pay strike looms on april 1. Busch heir to be Bank clerk when prohibition closes brewery a heir starts in As messenger to learn banking goes to work at 8 00 and is making Good says Boss owner gets verdict from manufacturer of remedy which resulted in death of animals nicotine poisoning cause remedy mostly tobacco. By United press new York March 24.�?mine operators Here today met to consider the Dent a Thi by the miners Union officials for a wage increase after april i and that the present contract be Ctm Active to that Day. Miners threaten to strike april i if their demands Are not met. A meeting of the conciliation Board unsettled weather tonight Ami of the operators und the Union off the weather i 4 a r a a mrs ii i mins a thursday with probably occasional showers. Not much change in temperature. Vials will occur today at which time the operators will consider Tho demands of the miners. By unit a pres St. Louis March 24.�?adolph Busch heir to a million was learning the banking business Here today As a Bank messenger. By a who was engaged in his a i thorns by Ewart before prohibition decline d today at the Graviss Bank that he wishes to learn something about Banks and will stick to the Quot business so far As he knows How. J. Harry Rhome cashier of the Hank said that Busch had applied let the Job a few Days ago and that ii goos to work every morning at 8 i o clock. J. B. Beck. Well known Farmer living Southwest of Ames yesterday won his suit and a verdict of approximately $4e0 from the Moorman Manu alluring co., of Quincy in. Suit was Brot for $300, to recover on loss of pigs wha ii were alleged to have died a the result of giving them a certain hog remedy and worm expeller manufactured by the Quincy company. The Case has created great interest n. W. Grapplers meet cyclones county seer fury Cunningham was speaker of the House at the time the Law was passed creating the Highway commission. He toured Iowa at that time addressing meetings in an attempt to a Gula Day or i hear up an erroneous impression Bonn Knight of St. J bad gained regarding the measure. National director. In addition to being a progressive Farmer himself and Man of affairs. Secretary Cunningham is a director of the National farm Bureau Fede Rator. Representing the fourth District which is the Northeast Iowa District pol owing Riu meeting of a lie executive committee Here yesterday and after their resignations had been accepted and successors chosen president Howard and Secretary cover dab of the National federation in company with president Hunt of the Iowa federation left for Chicago to a a Bend a conference relating to marketing and transportation. They expected to be gone several Days. Temporary offices Here. It is probable that the temporary Headquarters of the National federation will remain in Ames until possibly the Middle of the simmer when permanent off is will be opened in it i ago. Secretary Cunningham has been at tending annual conventions for the National federation for some time Hast aiding the National president. Or. Howard As or. Howard until yesterday was holding Down both the presidency of both the National and state organizations. Or. Cunningham is in close touch with federation affairs and comes into the office with not Only an excellent understanding of his work but with a wide acquaintance with those w to Are closely a1 signed with the work. During tin War period or Cunningham was county agent for Howard county. Wrestlers from Northwestern University and Iowa state Are scheduled to defend their laurels Thi. Afternoon starting at 4 la of clock Ai Iowa stat gymnasium. After grooming his grapplers Eon a intently during the past week. Coach Mayser today Felt that his Mon Are entirely competent to defend them j selves against the Northwestern invasion his afternoon. The Northwestern men Are More or less dark horse warriors As then1 All Over this Section and is said to lie probably the first Case of its kind have been no meets in which a fair tried in this county. The court room j estimate of the strength of the team at Nevada was Well filled All through May to made. Tho fact is coach the hearing of the ease the Case was Mayser has been unable to find the started Friday continued Over the i results of and of their meets and the week end adjournment resumed Mon personal of their squad up to the last Day and Given to the jury yesterday afternoon about 4 30 of clock. The jury was out almost four hours. Evidence introduced at the hearing showed that or. Bec k fed the remedy to 117 head of hogs and that 21 of them died. Testimony offered by the plaintiff tend d to show that the death of the pigs was due to Nic Otine poisoning. It was shown that 80 per cent if the remedy was tobacco. Veterinarians placed on the witness minute was still to be found out. On april 2 the Cyclone wrestlers will meet the far famed wrestlers from Penis Vav urn. Closing the wrestling season h the easterners have developed a it Ham i Iii ship team and have two lightweight wrestler who have never lost their matches. When. These men lock horns with Dickerson and Wright things Are sure to happen. An added feature of the meet will stand by the plaintiff gave it As their the fact Taftt Eastern methods of i coaching against Western me hods continued of Page two lean be compared for the Ferst time. General a 4.00 Lead with All but ten South Dakota counties reporting Lowden second in contest but Johnson follows closely in vote. By United Presa Mitchell. S. Do a March 24,-�?general Leonard Wood led for Republican presidential nomination in South Dakota primaries according to report reaching Here today. James or. Or Aid apparently had the democratic majority after a nominal contest with James to. Monroe of Illinois. Reports from 53 out of 63 counties were that Wood led Over his opponent by 4.000. Remote counties it is stat Cost. Will give him a plurality which h will b it sufficient to make his Lead in the state 7,Ooi governor Lowden and senator Johnson were dose seconds for Sec Ond place with Lowden in the Lead. Only a scattering vote was reported for Poindexter

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