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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily. Tribune is the official newspaper of the i goo members of Story. County a farm Bureau the Ames daily Tribune t i and Ames evening times a volume Livanes Iowa wednesday sept Ember i 1920 it m her 79democrats not shy of coi Tennesee hits at vote for women Why yes Billy Barr visited the front porch too to speak Here Quot file Back in Ohio last month attending an important group or Chester White ales. W. T. Barr or Ames. On of the Foremost breeders of Chester Whites in America paid or. F. E. Sampson of Creston to Tell a visit Quot of senator hailing at mar of work which built up that City Ion. Maud Quot photograph i with before Ames commercial flub physician and publisher there. Antis ship Over expunging order wit i Many gone Federal officers of opinion legality of vote stands. Regular monthly in Ting of the in my r hip of the ame commercial Chih a tit by a revived tor to it a fall and Winter with Tho first meeting that is scheduled Lur a it due Day a von log of to it w o k. September 8. Or. F. K. Sam pit n of Creston is to address Tho club at Tho meeting next work his subject boing on a the greater seer tary Shan shun says that or Sampson is ump than a talker a if has something to say and you May Tell pm they la All know what in aul after to gets it out he Load of a bos or. Sampson owns and is a ii and activity or a me the Republican candidate for Tho presidency Ltd the famous front porch of senator Harding s Homo. The Phot Quot Era Jill which Tho Tribune i jus secured is published Viator Harding is or a enter of i he pie u re Barr is first on the Row. Between him Harding stands l. I. Of tis Chester White just Hack of the Sena Irir its p. C. Evans of Chester White familiar the nth r and by Ohio. In herewith. Course in front Row left in the and Fyna Moore e journal i tor to ii sort h enc Bidu a a u i i fro Iii la ital id. I a Al til by Don Eston r ther s Thot Ider in of that a pm. I oust late Sci i i its suit rage a i it a and hot one to on of c a. Try w Asif i Moton in c. I a Don of tin tonnes a a h yesterday in voting to of ratification of the Federal amendment surprised tuffts ing Tho possible effect of t today. There is no precedent for the situation bul informal opinions Here War that the vote will have no effect. It was pointed out that Tennessee i Orti ii ate of ran fir a to had Zinic to Washington Ami was approved by secret it of state Colby who proc Alme i Lite amendment. Courts according to government a Corm Quot i s usually Art reluctant to go behind such an action. Tho Best j Legal opinion Here also was that Tennessee cannot now withdraw its ratification. The most serious aspect of the Case As seen her Twat that Tho legality of i the women votes might be Arrie i into court. The final decision possibly could not be had until after the to 111 it n. Story stockmen winners Ai fair a. In a the to i or it w. No Errit men in Iii i to i Amu Orv to if vol a rally to his it Iii is truly ipod today Nisi Ivan i re Iowa. Or Harding appear s or. Barr a a to to a w it to in vie a a t unlit ii ii in this com -1 Natorp a Horn in is Ini nutes i it of i f to it Ness is will s hot has of the i allies a liable to g head iou to t by w to i nines business nun. And is and figure Wilt Ileal with lore than with Creston. He Hay n scoured from official or a Ouri a a. A going to make an Effort every member out next will Quot Sec ret a s v s it pm than said. A did there will in some who will it a up. But Ever Man ought to Vav Here Winn Iii explode labor Day to be observed in City next monday to be Obe tried As Hobday a Over c to Banks stores and Post office to close Tribune has Holiday and big picnic. Me big Man grasp of their i tint brie there was no it governor Mardi and what Hie g rally turned de pure blood bus in Bell grow n bin visitors stand even bring sue business has Tho visit borne was a were on no attend a Sale and i tie town 2�?o Mil was of out to Shiva g w it w t ii up proc Dev x on r Roe in a by it Doe and is under a to Quot a a the a own so Little Fea chairman White wants 2 million for campaigning denies however that party proposes to spend More. O governor Hardin cos stunt Jim Chanco. A we Way to Greenville to been at a lit ii urn m i riot. Where Llda t ions. Spend to an a i met at moire i in i i aah hut id i tar and a mighty Nice in in a Brief e Clat senator great big Man tee to which he Champlin Hackney to fore in their Cia Hamner i Oxford do is Wirt several prizes Knight Avon second in shorthorn built College wins. I labor Day monday september i will to generally observed in am for Dilt firs time j Bauk Basin is houses the pox office mid tile Tribune will All obit Rye the Day by closing up sat a Story county a exhibits much in evidence at Iowa state fair Many breeders represented by Choice live Stock Champlin a horses have High standing in Equine division Rook Wood farm Well represented in display College Strong in sheep entries Many exhibit Fine porkers. To reunion until Tat Fth Odule will be v Serrial to the Tribune Des Moines a pc 1 a Story cutin to exhibitors Wen again included in do winners of state Lair prizes an non need this morning in the lit of Premium thus tar awarded appear Rockwood farm and a l. Champlin of Ames. It .�?o�?o77 Welly of Nevada j g. Hamner of Ames and Iowa state College. Their winnings were Rockwood farm with Knight Avon second on shorthorn bul three years or Over and second on Iowa shorthorn special Hull 3 years or Over with the Sam animal a. L. Champlin first on a in it y Mullion 4 years or Over with Wilson Mathias second on Hackney Mare 3 years and under 4 with lady Green Hill first on Champion Hackney stallion with Wilson Mathias second on stallion Mare or geldings in runabout Las with Ard Nersay lottery. Ii Welly Nev ado second on four in hand under 124 hands High. Jug. Hamner first on ram open class Oxford Downs second on do Ford Downs Ewe two years or Over first and second on Oxford Downs ewes one year and under two open class first on Oxford Downs flock open class Iowa state College first on Oxford Down rum. One year and under two open class first and second on of led Downs Ewe lambs open class Vond on Oxford Downs flock open class by tall an Day night no Day morning. A special Holiday observed by a Post office. No or Rural delivery of mall will made. Labor Day is observed by r Steres this year according to agreement mad last Winter Between i retail clerks Ami employers regarding holidays and hours of closing to be observed. The Tribune employs correspondents and their families including All Carrier boys will observe the first annual Tribune family picnic Mon a Day. No attempt is being made for a joint Celebration of crafts or organizations Tho Ames unions will to represented at labor Day celebrations in nearby cities. Rural carriers Pean to picnic Story City mad men will meet at Cambridge this year Fine program for association s Outing an Early dinner to be served. By g it Gorge Edick City editor Anies Trabun a a co with Dean Chark a a f. Fur Tiss of i i Ames us state fair associate on dive Rector from the sew nth distal it. And superintendent of h arses Ani i wit h represent tiv envies in a1 i 11 up by Stock departments Story county to to much in evidence at the Lowi i stat fair this week. Of in no live sic k u part inn is a Story county comp died to ? Ake a i Back seat. In in charac t to i o f is a horse entries in i part Ciurar does i ii Story county on us be most others in thru the offerings of a. L. Champlin flus ism 6 1920, an and foal 5fl de and foal ii Low a state Cid i r English Shires division no. 3. La 51--e. A1 la w 1919, t it a 12774. Age u t or. Lire Breed stallion i i studious Ril it 1919. Echo 1s524, Skolkt Slater to fit 191 Ames Isi be e response to Appeal for accommodations for Luther league delegates brings Many but not enough by a City a reputation is at stake republicans to select Jurist Rural mail carriers members of Tho Story county Rural mad carriers association w ill hold their annual meeting and picnic on labor Day. Septum i Ber 6, at Cambridge. Monday. Labor Day is a Post of a fir Holiday thus affording carriers it with an Opportunity to get away for a Day. Floyd c. Nash Carrier on route four who is Secretary of tin Story county Rural mail carriers association say that Carrier senti at Cambridge Bas i informed him that Cambridge will to j ready with a Royal Welcome Fine program has been prepared with a picnic dinner for Good measure. I All Carrier carriers substitutes and j the families Are being urged to attend the Cambridge meeting. The dinner hour is 11 00 of Cork. State Central committee to meet to choose candidate for unexpired term of late judge Gaynor will j Roy Hill Laid be named by Harding for place and Iowa stale Collet a l. Champlin it owned by or a Curt it ollege. F. It who Sinla of Slater and Nevada All appear the Iii Quot be divisions. Story county Call the stat fair include Rockwood St farm Ames Carl Kelley k j. Fricks e. L. Reed. Ames Mccallsburg and g Mccallsburg. J Swine lists show an in number of exhibitors Indue Homer Cut a Zearing l. A. Fit am Nevada Cha k. No in to 7 ing a. I. Rio son. Nevada a. Harper. Ames Janies l. Ii up it son. Ames Craft a Cameron 7. Ing Alden Anderson Story c Rook Wood farm Ames Joy it a Wool farm Las Iowa state a Colo. Tom i. G we to of e exhibit of til r a. Rosenj on. Cambria Virgil Hail a lord haul an rut it x i in Skola Sis class no. 59 Dairy Dell Iso Skull. Slater july 1918, Tom april 191 tar. Male i. A Grov Skoh 2 and time May 191s. A ii 18595,. Slater. Brin Anc a division no. 4. Is no. 82�? Mare 3 and Utah r 8302, ago. Mav 28. 1917, con i funeral tomorrow funeral services for the late George l Nelson w ill be h cd at the family Home 1 >0 fast Lincoln Way tomorrow afternoon at 2 of of clock according to definite announcement by the family today the arrant agents had Boon delayed pending word from a daughter mrs Bessi Smith of los Angeles. Cal., who w ill reach Ames of 7 15 o clock tomorrow morning according to a message receive Tod Day. Burial will be made in Cambridge cemetery. Des Moines. Sept. repute an state Central committee to scheduled to meet Here tonight to select a successor to the late Franx Gaynor judge of the state supreme court. Among those mentioned As possible successors were judge g. A. Vermilion Centerville judge e. G. Albert Jefferson judge it. Daley. Cedar rapids and judge in c. Evans Corydon. Til1 candidate chosen by the committee is expected to be appointed by governor Aat l. Harding to Complete the unexpired j term of judge Gaynor. Gaynord a term expires in january. 1921. To rest today you 1 Quot 11,1 j. G. Hamner Ames Tow a Avis a amp a a Ritof is on sixteen year old victim of tuberculosis Laid to rest after services at Home this afternoon stat farm sheep under 3 pc it april 29. 191 Munabo class no. Gelding Pat Champlin a Champlin v Champlin. Class or Gobi chump l and ii Cle ii in t a 11 of orc a class i lugs of and no mate it ova years 6762, coils my a in so Dis Ivion no. 7, sir. Stallion Mare jus Prince 52041a. A Rhino say Lotte t Green Hihn a Lai t Over 440 Roi is i ave been pm died to the of the de Gates to the see of d annual col i vent on of Tho j it her let a ague and Hora Union f t he i we debt rid willed i Wil be held in a ii s s pie in b six h Andre or 9 i i it 0 12. But 1 �?~gates-11 r Over it a Quot will be i a Ait endure Ltd Are vet it i provided for Ani the Ani is Coni in re Ini club thru secret a in Bob Ranahan til is morning is a d Nuoi her i All for in in from Tell o left t his i Ity. A four Hunch ired Beds Are a Good to til for Liosi fit a1 it y is at St Ike. We Art a said set retail a is Allah an a shut by l. C. Martin United press Shaft Cort Potuk it Chicago ll., sept. White chairman of the democratic National committee today told the Senate slush fund investigating committee that he had tentatively fixed 12,000,000 As the Cost of the Cox Roosevelt Campaign. Avite denied that the democrats would spend from $5,000,000 to $ i to too of. White was on the witness stand when the hearing or tilt Campaign expenditures was resumed today a d. Jamieson Iowa assistant treasurer of the democratic National committee was scheduled to testify upon his arrival. A up have not at any time fixed definite budgets for the various bureaus a said White. A i have tentatively fixed $ i Ltd too As the Bud i get for the speakers Bureau a have no limit. A Kari you going to limit the siz4 of contributions a senator Spencer Missouri asked. A no i have already publicly stated we will not. It will depend on the son rot of the contribution a White replied. A do you know of any sinister influence trying to make continuance of profiteering possible thru Contr buteo in to the Republican party ask d Spencer. A i have read governor Cox a charges and he usually is Able to prove his White replied. Ile said he Bas no evidence to submit. Cox has evidence. Spencer quoted Cox a charges a Imade in his Pittsburgh speech and ask a Whit where the evidence could in obtained. In each Case White said Cox had the evidence. To added that in his opinion the testimony presented regarding the pledging of moral and financial support to the Republican party by the i Rockefeller and other millionaires a under the Guise of subscriptions to the Avilliah Barnes Book a Are Publ a Carlist in 192&Quot,�?� was evidence of a the Assurance of certain interests to i a buy an undersold in the presiden i cd a a i in response to further questions White said he had no evidence whatever of the truth of any of Coxs charges. Cox pleads is Given 4 months that ugh. Ames rep to. Lid is pay pair stallions Marc coins Prince and ram Ighel \ High St 4 the weather no band concert i City Park abandoned in Moi there will be no band concert in the this evening the Date been abandoned because of the absence of so Many people who Are lit at ten partly Cloudy and somewhat in a dance at the stat fair in Des Moines jetted tonight and thursday. Some j and for bather reason that Many of what cooler South and Central per-1 the band boys Are not in the City at Titus tonight the present time funeral services for Ray Ellsworth Hill 16 year old son of or. And mrs. Pert Hill. Dun Avenue and thirteenth Street who died yesterday morning about 10 30 of clock were held this afternoon at the Home with or k. G. Edwards pastor of the methodist episcopal Church in charge interment w As made in the local Cornetet the lad had been a sufferer from tuberculosis for gome three years he gradually become he worse until death resulted yesterday he came to Antes with his parents from Missouri about a year ago. The boy was 16 years 2 months and 26 Days old. Green grapes kill. Shenandoah sept. I. From eating Green grapes Little Atherine Kite both sen a n. 3, is dead at the Home of her parents hero College and Maple Hove Ames Are presented in the entries. Poultry exhibit is include Neva a. J Bride Collins it it. M. Drown Slater h. T. Farrar Ames learn Leonard Collins Walter i Rains Ames Ana j roup amp son Ames. Horses. Percheron a division no. I. Cir is no. 4 stallion 2 years old and Limiter 3 ame or it Nerinx 15-1049, a l. Champlin Ames. Class no. Ioma 2 years old and fat under 3�?jalap i titty if do Oag j May 20, 1918, beef Wood farm Ames. Or Dpi Gnu clydesdales division no. 2. J pud no class no. 30-�?�-stallion 2 years old mate clo and under 3�?peer�?Ts stamp age May 2s. 1918, Iowa state College. Class no. 34 male 3 years and under 4�?lolantha 20596, age Pune to 1917. Iowa state College. Class no. 35 male 2 years and under 3�? Peers lady 21147, age May 16. Pals. Iowa state College. Class no 36�?marc foal peer s turnout division no. 8 Ait sing Mare or Glt Bill May in Aid to and prime $ Ady. Champlin. Ids pair mares or Geld re and gelding highball it t n a aph my Lade Greenhill my and Aplin. Pers and perk horses a division no. 9. Class no. 119�?stallion, Mare or a gelding 15 to 15 1-2 pm text Prince i 52040 Wilson Mathias 1335 and lady Greenhill. Champlin. Class 120 stallion in ire or gelding 15 1-2 and Over highball Ard Mersay lottery and Prince of Green Hlll a lady Champlin Rock Pride ish Iowa ollege. Class not. 121 pair stallions arcs 15 to 15 1-2�?lm-kv boy and lady Greenhill and Aplin. Class no. 122�?pair stallions mares or geldings 15 1-2 or Over highball and mate a Dimer a lottery and mate and May Maiden and Matt Champlin. Class no. 123�?stallion, Mare or gelding and height horse alone to in considered highball. Pastel us columned Oil Page four o not halt vied is organization to come and we must see that it Are Given places to sleep i poses have i a a a received a upon which we Are publishing Tribune hut we must have very room should be listed and ii it Only lout bods Are needed for the i it ors they will number far More than that. The thousand in eludes Only delegates la addition i there Well be Many visitors on Sun Day the closing Day of the Convent Ion when a big in Naie a1 program by the i choral Union accompanied by the la Thor College bund will be a feature More than 15.oom visitors a expected. Young fellow whose companion told Story of shame receives Light sentence at court s hands. Aith Arthur Cox arrested with Mary Fortune Here on july is and charged with soliciting pleaded guilty before judge Thompson in District court yesterday and was sentenced to serve four months in the county Jai. At the time of arrest he waived to Ith grand jury. He could not provide bail Mary Fortune pleaded Guppy to a statutory crime and was sentenced to an indeterminate term of five years at the women s re forma tory at Rockwell City. The grand jury is today hearing evidence in the Case against Fannie Hale arrested Here july 22, upon a at pm \v7fr \1yy\y7 urge of conducting a Hon e of by a i Iva new Vav Fame. She has been out on bail. American ship Cruiser Pittsburgh arrived in port was ordered from France some time since to Aid refuges. Perlin. Sept. In the american armoured miser arrived at Danzig night it was Learned today. The Cruiser Pittsburgh recently pro needed to Reval from French water its in Danzig is believed for the purpose of protecting american interests from possible interference. Copy must be in. Beginning today Tho Tribune s new rub that advertising copy must be in this office by 6 00 of clock of the Day before publication is effect Tice. The Tribune regrets that such a Rule l essential but printers a re impossible to get and a for e sufficient to meet the demands when eleventh hour copy rushes in to the office on the Day of publication cannot be secured

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