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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune is the official n newspaper of the .1600 members or Story county s farm Burea Uthe Ames daily Tribune in it and Ames evening times volume Liv Ames Iowa thursday 2r1920 n umber 91farm Bureau Day Friday Sesi a lbs amp asm in in in my my my in 1mm_mm my my in my in in my my in in my in in in in my admissions establish new record he just toys with death j this is Harry Iii or. Whets a rial it t nuts Ai the Central Iowa a it a v fair this week Arr simply it Defiance of a in ath. Hirer not Only Dors some of Tho eleven St thriller in outs a r seen i this Vicinity but has a Strong Man act which i a wonder la. Pulls two loaded automobiles by a strap Clem lied in his Teeth. Biggest Wile a special program of big features to Mark Friday schools All Over the county to close Many events. Here Are exhibitors at Floral Hall h Erk with the Tribune pre ing entries in the Art needlework. Pan tryst or to and horticultural exhibits it the Central Iowa fair. So far a is possible in the Rush of git irs it is Correct anti i Beliera a to include every exhibitor altho error May hav crept in. It is the largest list of exhibitor in these departments Ever enters i a the fair. Kelley mrs. A Etc. Fra of canned fruits in jellies exhibitors. Fee Erge Vogt in 5 n l i Shear Ames k mid son. Sheplar. Mrs Vitda mrs. Mrs. Mary mrs g. N. I Clit oho ii if of la to to in o pie re Pii n e Isabel mrs. Albert run it or. John hug 210 South Avenir mrs. Frank of. 13thi Street Annie 22. Fast it i Street j Arnee 221 fast Temh Street it los. K�11rfr. Fly Clark ave. A Cream. Kelley or. Lewis. Ii i amal. Ames Wood it t. Or Farn a y farm of i i bus 11 a Lay a ifs it in i in fill ii he in a f ton Al i loin in a county a. I tinged for. In the audit starting at in every tining it minty a i Tarn leu eau Day. N by Burian has of a i Bureau program Arni on Thi grounds of i we 1> an in if intent of Agricula uth a up orput la to ii i of the Dei in ult Orin a College Aud miss Margaret Baker of to Home econ i Iunus s Extension department Are to i address to farm Bureau members. A a Baker is f Story county Cirl. Her family living in Nevada the ame concert Bawd will give a spoofed morning concert tor the farm Bureau in other in inned f fruits Etc., sex Hibi of in of is in a Adam Ames is. Gad. Banks ame or. La attic Ile Kellner 118 a Park avevt.-. G no Foote. 1612 Wilson ave sad Mills in i Ames Vin ii c Pierce 227 e. M it. Via set it 1 Ontario mrs. Prank Scott. 61 a j 3th St m. C. Lacon 217 h the i Jam Bien e ?27 f us it. Arthur Yeron. Flute Center of John Hue 210 be rus Ell r \ v. Ball Potete ii h j in ii 4 a i Ames mrs. Mary Knud son Shipley mrs. George Vii i a Nevada. J k. Ruma Ati it in a j Myra Britten if Clark a pc j hrs. Shear in 2 Ames mrs. Mary knt Don ship Ley Roy f. Bennett Antes a 3 mrs. No a. Creary Kelley mis. Albert Kelley Ames. Naomi Britten. 1122 Clark ave cont lid Athl school1 pilchard Clem. Ames. Pantry stores in , cakes to a Kic exhibitors in lode mrs. St att cd Mil St. Mrs. John Scott its 7th St. Mrs. G. V Foote leu Wilson a. Christi a Johnson. Story City mrs. J. C. Gordon. Plant Noble 1017 Clark a. T. I. Knight Ames Annie Pierce 227 l a lit 0. Mrs Albert Kelley Ames Ada Scott on Tai id mrs. Shear r. 2 Ames Albert kit hey Mea. N j. Pm Hap a commercial exhibit of Honey. N Uidl work and arts mrs. Oliver Wilcox is exhibit i in paintings in water color and i ast Hie need work de Parlms it the following Are exhibitors airs. Y. J. Hunter r 4 Ames Beulah it Argenter tic Carroll ave. Mrs. C. N. Foote. 1012 Wilson ave. Christina Johnson. Story City mrs. Frank Cote Sis Lith St. Est hot Ball v int Wesley Scott Arnee mrs. Frank thais Kellogg ave. Mabel Bull Ames Ruth Walker fils Douglas ave. Mrs. A a. La i of Iby let w is Ltd ave Wooster City Gladys Broening. Kelley Fjor. Nee Templeton it. I Ames m a a. Bacon 217 Lith St. Am mrs Ira mouser r. 4 arts mrs h. S. Goble Quot a Crawford Martha preening. Kelley Wood raft a Davis Ames mrs. Lon Erickson Ames mrs. J c. Adams j of Kellogg ave. Mrs. Wright r. 12 huh St. Sadie Mills. It. I attics mrs Leon Joy 828 Carroll mrs. Mary k Tutti son. Chipley Leona Porter 18�0 Wilson ave mis John saw in <128 7 the St. F. Al Mason North Hhie Oln Way James Pierce 227 e. Hilt a in Sam Allen r. 4 air Sarah hardcase 618 Douglass ave. F. J. Moravetz 211 hand ave. Clara Anns Johnson Story City horticultural a mfg those exhibiting in the horticultural division Leo. Bennett ii. 2 Ann Roy f. Bennett. R. 3 Ames s. Walker it. 7 Boone isl cd Robinson ii. 3 Ames w. J. Irving Blairsburg. A Murray Ames mrs. Shear r. 2 Ames Howard Evans Webster City a. J. Leaf a it. I Cambridge James Pierre 227 e. a it. Tea a. F. Sims. Ames Wesley Scott r. 2 Ames e. To. Robinson it. 3 Ames Elmer Reed. It. 3 anus Lyle Porter. It. I Ames i tither Scott r. 2 Ames Phillips Berkley Julius Jensen. Ontario win. Hogg Richland township Fred Bandeau. Ames a Scotty Quot mild Ames w. M. Oswald. Story City h. L. Perry St. Anthony c. F. Stewart r. 4. Antes Karen Furman. 411 Lynn. Ames mrs. Frank Scott. Gia 13th so Ames a o. Robinson it. 3 Ames mrs. To Vogt. Nevada Burt Vogt it. I Ames mrs. Albert Keley a. Davis Leo Armstrong Wesley set Ott allies Ben Brown Filbert j it. Tripp it. 3 Ames mrs. W. M. Hogg Richland township. Dare Devil seeks Opportunity to Challenge death Clearing weather will bring big throng to i air today. Adult Day admissions. Children s admissions. Season tickets. Vehicles. Season vehicles. .1,921. 61 36 266 4 total 2288 Corn cd la dare Devil holds big throngs in speh. With slide for life As he balances on wire to Dilling acts children Corm being children s tin. i. Vail i Alin at if1 it charge tin too v. All Rcd Amel school i a schools minty a in to and Alfalfa win township Banner for Franklin farm Bureau big display Ames band wins favor with daily concerts vaudeville offerings each afternoon Well liked Champlin horses attract. Unsurpassed in the history of Faire an Hoer in store county arc the Fps aural auth til opens follow to Catt picnic it grounds visits of it Thock poultry exhibits and is an fancy with other school Over the w i dismiss to pm it stud it attend fie1 fair. At noon a big farm h dinner v i Ive held on tar time is allowed for Large exhibits of a vast inn crops the school the a Hibit it pantry Sun work. Ball game a feature two Ball games Between four Strong team will be played during the afternoon Story a by and Ellsworth and Nevada and Collins a to Battle for honors. Ara ii fro Nill a. Oho or a Iii Ubil in a a a a a a a a an the. Fps aural g afternoon it. Vaudeville a his Hoffr Ness race a running Lions offered this week at the record for Al w 1 l by Sorm. Ton act by Mthm. Race three Fps Acta and three appear smashing Central Iowa fair Here. ,, of the Oast of a eth Mardi gras i aah a of Champlin ? prize horses Are Hart Rich. Death it left Long dare Devil j girls a t no Pany which presents i 1 rate course during of the air is providing tilt Acta in musical review ext in Vagun a eat it i at Enmon. The race course Ami on his spot Jal j Niolu in the auditorium. Jault Quot a k the afternoon free 7f. Foot Tower in tin Center of the show will Start at the auditorium Wal la held Whit h actually beats anything musical comedy pleases to of vaudeville and a huge musical it Iii kind Ever seen in these parts. Each night a new musical comedy Kcf holding the boards. Loading two automobiles with a i offering is presented by Quot the Mardi Friday night the fourth of the Cen senders. Rich pulls the two loaded gras girl a with everything new hut frat Iowa fair night shows Wilt Start t ars with ids Teeth. After filling the the East at Stoa o clock in the auditorium we car he gets ten Strong men from the Al Champlin stable of prism drive ii ird great spectacle Quot the fantasy audience to hold each other around my horses appear each afternoon on of will open the night show the Waist one holding him. Then jibe rat course Between race heats j the Mardi gras girls a in a musical it oin dote Corn from this year s seed in township race Washington melons in attractive display Warren exhibits. Bureau Day program th1 program at the Central Iowa fair for Friday which is farm Bureau Day and children s Bay. Is announced a follows 10 00 a. boy girls poultry culling contest. Poultry building. 10 00 a , Ames concert band 11 00a.m.�?Story county farm Bureau meeting. Auditorium. Addresses by Dean c. F. Curtiss Iowa state College. And miss Margaret Extension work. 12 00 Rny picnic dinner Oil grounds. Baker Home economics taking the a bit in his Teeth hi1 signal to them to pull him. They Strain. The Chain which leads from the Carn to riches Mouth tightens and attains and the loaded cars but Gin to move the whole act depending on Rich a j Fly to Boid onto the bit with i Teeth. Calls for nerve act no 2 staged by it ii to a High trapeze act be inc. The highest in tin world without nets or safety appliances. On the top of four fifty loot electric Light to s furnished by the City Light department. Rich has erected a 30-foot Tower from the top of which he suspend his trapeze. The act consist of ankle drops Aud Hack balancing demonstrating almost unlimited nerve but the feature off natures. And one j hard for Many to comprehend on a 1 Siut count of its daring is the of to of hide for life which Rich makes on a wire from the top of a big tree on j the Hill to the Bottoms 90 it below j balancing himself on his Back across the w ire. Not fastened in any Way j Rich makes the spectacular slide to be caught at the Bott in by a half dozen men from the audience. Rich appears in his three sex i id hons of nerve and strength each Artemon of the fair. Band makes big hit the Ames concert hand under the direction of Gene Chenette plays a continuous concert duping the afternoon from the bandstand at the Side of flu race course and in the evening on the Midway and in the auditorium. The hand Jim doing splendid work and its concerts Are much appreciated. Each afternoon at 4 00 o clock Lofter the completion of the race program the auditorium is the scene for in fan it hitch exhibition. These horses owned Fin Ames provided a substantial part of the Hora show offering at the night exhibitions of the recent Low stat fair at de Moines. For the a who love Good horses the Champlin exhibition is a genuine treat. Daubert to head swimming work Mayser a staff for Iowa state College athletic work is now Complete five new men Here. Render extravaganza v a a the evening with an hour and a half of right smart fun fourteen people. Mostly girl present an offering unequalled in fair amusements before. Eri Van Cham Pion of Sioux shows Rosenfeld Angas hero clean up inter state fair ten firsts with but 10 head shown com and Alfalfa won the township prize Banner for Franklin township farm Bureau in the township farm Bureau exhibit at the Central Iowa intr. Beautiful in if simplicity the Franklin Bio a exhibit Demon Trot is that artistic arrangement will command As much or More attention in a display As will volume. In addition to being awarded the prix Banner Given by the Ames commercial club a first prize ribbon was also provided. Against a background of Alfalfa surrounded by huge ears of Golden Corn a huge Alfalfa covered Basket heaped with part of Iowa a million Dollar Coin crop rested upon form of Alfalfa. Forming aum tin Bottom of the Wen ear of Large yellow Corn with i other ears arranged artistically about the Edge. At the Back or the basket., i i a x hoi til St in it. In the background was a Rainbow of ? Alfalfa and Coit. A Large yellow and Gold Banner proclaimed the Franklin i township Lam Bureau exhibit a it the s Mill Ion i in a plat i a fringe j to i a Kett 4 Mumm afternoon 1 00 . Ames concert band. 1 30 county spelling contest. Auditorium. 1 30 of afternoon racing program. Three races for Hest two out of three heats. Running race. Races include 2 20 Pace 2 so Trot and Farmers special. 1 30 p. Rny baseball Gam. Story City is. Ellsworth. 2 tt0 p. horse on race course. 2 23 p. Rich in feats of strength race course. 3 00 p. horses. 3 00 game. Nevada is. Collin. 3 3&Quot> p. Rich in feats of daring in air. Center Field. 4 0&Quot p. Rich in 400 foot slide for life. 4 00 vaudeville show. 1> act and Willard so fantasy of jewels a a in auditorium. 43o p. horse on race track. Night 7 00 p. In a concert. Ames concert band. 8 00 p. show in auditorium featuring Willard s a fantasy of jewels a a and a the Mardi gras girls a musical revue extraordinary. Make the new Albany exhibit one Iowa state College staff of athlete coaches has be in complo a with the appointment of a e. Due Bert a physical director of the l us m. C. A., to take charge of Ibe swimming. Coach Dauber has had 21 years sex up Chenoe in physical fuming in off Quot Erivan a prize Aberdeen male of the Rose gift Stock farm owned by Carl Rose meld was declared grand Champion Bull at the inter state fair at Sio tix City this week a cording to a Telegram received this morning by or. Rosentul the pm Nield Aberdeen Angus cattle exhibited at Sioux City carried off first prize in practically Evora world. Bundles of Alfalfa and Golden Corn s were also used effectively in the general decorative scheme was installed Nuder the Ferent parts of the country. He is a thing they were entered in. Included an expert swimmer and has had in in the Winn Phi Are first on calf Herd. Usual Success in teaching swimming first on get of sir first on senior and training aquatic teams. An Effort a Hull calf. Firs on senior Heifer calf will i1 made to secure some inter a first on Herd bred by exhibitor in All Eoll Egnute contest. This year according to a Mayser dire tor of athletics it i planned to give them a More prominent place among College sports Here i ii coaching staff has been Given a Thoro overhauling this year five flew men having been secured. Director Mayser Anet Ned Merriam track and Cross country coach Are to Quot Only old members of the a that remain. Corps loot general store. Lowden sept. 23.�?burglars secured loot valued at $.8,000 when they broke into the Freund department store Here. A total of ten first with ten head exhibited. These animals were exhumed recently of the Nebraska stat fair at Lincoln where the Rosenfeld cattle carried away the grand championship and a considerable number of firsts --4s--- mystery in death. John Hansina of Gilbert president it the Frank in township farm Bureau. New Albany surprises new Albany township farm Bureau is represented with a handsome exhibit which provides a number cd unique features. A Semi Circle arrangement of St cps provides the background for the1 Neva Albany showing with the Steps Filhol with every coned Vable sort of farm vegetable fruit and Floral crop. Oscar Tripp of Colo in connection with the new Albany exhibit displays Washington shows Well Washington township features a Large portrait of George Washington from Whf a the township took its name. This exhibit is notable particularly for the Many huge melons and the exhibit i pumpkins which Are piled around it direction of to even one who does not know de n fairs races Hutchinson s Quot big Star Quot Victor Over Vallines a less h. Kay in 2 20 Pace Hunt wins Farmers race Fine card in today s events. Notes that the Melon crop in Washington township is one to be reckoned with. Apples plums Home canned fruits preserves and samples of every sort of crop added to the interest of the Washington township exhibit and cause one to Tarry rather than to give it just a passing glance. A a Warrens done in Beans and seeds proclaims Tho Warren township farm Bureau exhibit. Sprigs of asparagus and evergreens form the setting in the background for the a a Warrens sign. I Sil Lay own cd by hours Valim rising Mon Tho platform Are two j of ame won the second heat. Rile tips in Tho rear of the Dis Pfluf time by heats was 1 22 1 16 and 18l?. Each heat was for a half mile big Star owned by of Kelley won the 2 20 class pacing j event yesterday at the Central Iowa fair taking the first and third heats. Special to the Tribune Washington. Sept. 23.�?.mystery surround the death it Bernice Schall to 6, killed by the discharge of a Shotgun at her Home while her parents were absent Las evening. Her s year old brother dec Lares neither child had been playing with the gun. V net Burien tobacco leaves from which aptly Breaks the Monotony and a plants grown by him. Hie Leav. S Are i provide space for showing of Home possibly Lect Ong and of a Peculiar j grown grapes and other fruits and velvety texture. % vegetables. Honey Corn melons and another unique feature of the new cabbage provide to a a bulk portion of Albany show is growing Corn in a the exhibit. Large pot grown from Luo seed the no one should go away from the Corn stalks Are fully 4 feet High and fair w without visiting the farm Bureau Are eared out. Corn must indeed a j tent. Lure Early to permit the growing of i two crops in on season the second crop being from the seed of the a karst p. W. Bal of the red band apiaries at Colo contributes a display of i strained Honey in tins. Huge briquet of asters and dahlias together with a wonderful showing of Marshall to speak. Vegetables fruits and farm products j City special to Tho Tribune Creston sept. 23�?vice president Thomas r. Marshall is to speak Here for the democratic Campaign on october i he will also speak in Sioux or twice around the track. Morgan Wilkes entered by George Myers won the 2 30 class trotting event in two straight heats the to Jame being 2 26 and 224%. In Tinley a Saint won second Tonry with in Vallino s a chrysanthemum a third. Quot Diamond entered by h. I inlay von the half mile running rat. There were three entries in the running event. Hunts entry in the Farmers race for in tracked hor.?, wan this event in two heats. Tory a Sony sentry finished second to the first heat and third it a the second heat. The Brixey continued on luge six altho there were Las than too paid admissions at the Central Iowa fair this morning before two of clock i that number had been increased to 1 Over 1200 and people were coming in droves a record breaking thursday is in Prospect a a result of the Sunshine this afternoon. More paid admissions yesterday passed thru the Gates at the Central Low a fair than on any previous second Day in the fair history thus establishing a new record for the second Day. The crowd started coming beton1 the noon hour Aud continued to a ome Strong until after 2 00 of clock. The evening crowd started coming Early then Ding a Hig crowd on the grounds by 7 00 of clock. Last night rain and threatening weather condition Thi morning held Hack th1 morning Atte Danee today hut fair officials saw in the Clearing weather that the Quot usual thursday c Road would be it attendance. Colo comes in Colo St hoj in vacation yes Vertial to permit students and teachers to attend the fair. Many Avail it i themselves of the Opportunity afforded and there was a Large Colo re prese Tattoo on the grounds yesterday. However Friday is children a Day and it is not until tomorrow that Hie schools Over the county generally will dismiss for the fair. The race program and free attractions yesterday attracted the afternoon crowd it the natural Amphitheater where from the Hillside the spec Tater witnessed a most satisfying Speed program. L. It. Morris is starter for Tho races. Judges Are Frank Morris Tom Maronez and George Henry Maxwell. Mike Maroney Ami Ben Edwards Are time keepers. Would do air plane stunts. Dare Devil Harry Rich this morning told scr Ary Shanahan that if tim fair would arrange for an triplane and aviator he would do All the thrillers anyone Els does and one Mort flt a Good measure. Rich wants to go Gall i ins thru the air hanging by his tee to from the Bottom of the plane. I j have extraordinary control of the Muscles of by be k Ami Mouth Rich said. Quot you can see that from my stunt of pulling two loaded autos with Teeth. I believe i can hang on to a moving plane with my Teeth. At least am willing to try i if this stunt can in arranged the question of finances being the great i met difficulty it will take place on Friday afternoon Secretary Shana a Hail said. Soils display made. The Story county farm Bureau in i cooperation with the agricultural Extension department of Iowa state College., has provided a soils exhibit in i the farm Bureau tent the exhibit of Hutchinson i centers about the slogan Quot for rho land s Sake in Lime a a map of the soil area of Iowa is Allown. To a meats with Clover of the several different Iowa soils. In the farm Bureau tent is also found a display by the Story county soy bean dub which number 130 members. The display is comprised of soy bean Vine roots and pod. Judging soon finished. Judging of exhibits will lie Coin pieced by the dose of the afternoon Sei rotary Shanahan said this after noon most award have already been made. Exhibits today for Tho most part Are shown with their prize rib continued Oti in Pago six a the weather partly Ottily and unsettled tonight. Continuing warm temperature

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