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Ames Daily Tribune and Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 11, 1925, Ames, Iowa \ the Ames daily Tribune and evening times wednesday february la 1925, Quot a Quot by big Quot a a go big go i i i i it Page three Japan to build eight new ships Nevada society news and person als deny starting Arma-1 Nevada federation ment race. Disbands after 25 years of service mystery of missing bodies Mains unsolved. Rames High debaters meet Newton teams local negative team will go to Newton others Here. Greek official asks by Luther a. Huston i. N. S. Staff correspondent Tokio feb. Ill eight new auxiliary warships will be built by tim japanese Navy during Tho not five years at a total Cost of 391,000,000 Yon $195,000,000. Announcement of this building program for Light cruisers followed closely upon the approval by Tho United states Congress of the Cruiser construction plans of the american Navy. It also followed almost immediately upon the reports from Washington that president Coolidge planned a second disarmament conference to discuss among other things limitation of auxiliary War Craft. Japanese naval officials deny however that their plans were in any Way influenced by these actions on the part of the United states. They declare the building program now undertaken has been contemplated for several years but has been delayed for Lac k of funds. The agreements reached at the first Washington conference it is pointed out. Allowed participants t auxiliary warships with a capacity not exceeding 10.000 tons. The japanese officials contend that due to the a Hochee of any construction program during recent years the japanese Navy has fallen great by behind the other Powers in the matter of auxiliary Craft. The construction work now to be undertaken will Navy de Clare simply Bridge this Gap. That this construction program rep resents the beginning of a new race in armaments likewise is denied in Jap nurse naval Circle. It is declared Lune that construction of these Cruis a is would have been essential to the japanese Navy regardless of any agreements that might have been reached with other nations or any action that might have been tak it ii by other naval Powers. Two of the cruisers the Myoko und the a Riff of 10.000 tons each already Are under construction Woi k having been undertaken bit in 1924 they Are to be finished by the Spring of 1926. The Kako and fur Utaka each of 7100 tons also Are under construction and work is much further along. It being expected that both will be ready for launching late in 1925. A the Anba and the Kipikasa of 71.00 j tons Cadi and the Ashihara Anil the i Laguio. Of 10.000 tons each Are to be j started within the next of w months Aud All of the eight Are to be completed by the summer of 192s,. R he banded sentenced to prison by International news London. . La following a trial at which most of the evidence was secret Joseph of Leary was eur tone i today to is months imprisonment. And Matthews uoti Gli to 15 months imprisonment for violation of the official secrets act. The men vol arrested when raids. Cje mud on reports that naval secrets were being stolen at for Mouth the Briti to army port. Nevada Unity federation Dis yesterday afternoon tit the regular annual Bonsness meeting held in the City Library. This organization which had at one time been very Sie Tive and sponsored Many of the worthy activities of the City had ceased tot function in any Large degree during the past few years hence it seemed Best to disband it this time. The Money left in the Treasury after Hills were paid amounts to approximately $40. This will be turned Over to the boy scout Treasury according to yesterdays note. The question of disbandment has been discussed in each club of the City for the past month and the action taken yesterday by a represent. To five group of the federation membership will not come As a Surprise. It is with regret however that ome set s this woman a organization pass into history organized about 25 years ago with mrs. W. P. Payne As it first president it was primarily a civic organisation. After the erection of the Nevada Public Library among its first activities was the completion of the basement As a dining Hall and a Well equipped Kitchen later the upper room was furnished with a splendid composition carpet lie Walls were tinted and this floor of the Library was made into a splendid civic Center. When manual training was added to the school curb Alum the City federation assisted in equipping a room for tills purpose. Later its membership contributed generously toward the Cost of the construction of the Balcony in the new High school auditorium. The erection of til band stand in tin South Park is also the work of this organisation. The Active years of the City federations life were at a time when Nevada had no other such organization. Now the Nevada Community club and Parent teachers association Are functioning splendidly along All civic lines and tile need of the City federation As a fun Honing body has passed. One of their last activities was the purchasing of shrubbery for Al the school Grot uni of the City. I. A i d. A. R. I tuesday afternoon i the Nevada chapter. Daughters a1 american Resolution held its regular meeting at t Home of miss Nettie Oun Kelberg tuesday afternoon. Tiler was a Good attendance and att interesting program Wullich was int charge of mrs. J. It Larson Mooti study was upon county state government. J was us International new. Jeneva. Ii. in Warren Lincoln convicted of the murder of wife. Linn and sentenced to a life term in prison will by Oaken to his future Home i Joliet Penitentiary at once sheriff Hen air Vul Che of Cane county staid today the jury Tiit convicted the lawyer Horticulturist. Tleiji belated tor three hours and 20 minutes before coaching a verdict and agreeing on punishment. Lincoln swallowed heavily Aud gasped when the verdict was re ached. That was All. He caught himself in an instant amt displayed no Mon emotion than a rid when th1 test Momy was being written into tilt record. A a it Sall right boy. Done to worry. Ifs nothing a said Lim Obi to his son John a tall Good looking youth who rushed up to him and Flung Bis arms about ids fathers neck. A there there boy done to the youth however could it be restrained and wept openly. Altho Lincoln was found guilty of one of the most a Boc ions crimes Ever committed it Dot not solve tin mystery of the missing bodies of wife and Lier brother. Byron shout. Their Heads were found in a Concrete Block and the bodies. Lincoln a dared lie burned in his greenhouse fit Rance. Demand of Groeco Turk trouble to be discussed immediately two teams of Antes High school de haters will arg their Points ionic by on Tho state question a resolved the i United skates should enter the league of against two from Newton High. School the evening the Ames. Negative team Compo <1 a it of Beatrice her. Ethel Davidson and William kid is will debate it Newton against Marvin Stuart Leah Reynolds and Burton Miller. Miller a a member of the Newton team last year which won the state championship in debate Arthur lining. Margate to Osman Aud Margaret Davidson Are the Nom Liers of tit Ainee affirmative team which Iii ots the Newton negative team Edmund Mccardell Velva Vin a tit. And Chester Gifford at to High St Bool auditorium Here thursday night at 7 30. To Felts or Ryan of Grinnell will give the decision tit Newton and Robert i. Fin it i Drake alumnus of Drake in in sit High school debating tout lie., will be the judge Lien Union memorial Togo l if pays extreme penalty for murder of Canadian officer Halifax n. A. . La Lewis Marshall a vis treat i witnesses to his execution to u spectacle of non Challance such As they never before had seen when he was hanged today in the jail Yard. He walked wit Lieut a quiver to the scaffold smilingly puffed a cig Aret until Tho Black Cap hid his face jauntily waved and said. A Good Bye boys a theft dropped to his death. Lie murdered Constable Charles Fulton and wounded Constable in Kennedy in a 2 4-hour gun fight last july while resisting arrest on a trespass Eli wage us Intel National it s. Jeneva frill \ demand that the i. Ague of nation ii a a it a. In the. Uiseco Turk computation a made to Tho league today by president i Cheki poplars of the greek Council of ministers. A i lie Secretary it the. League Lei graphed menthol of tin league out Cli to assemble immediate to discuss tin Dom hid of the greek Premier the greek demand set birth that monsignor Vin St an Linos ecumenical patriarch at constantinople was it v Pell from constantinople Iii Viola Tom it the Lausanne agreement Coy a a ring a Mutual Exchange of of oohs Ami turks try Intel National new s. Thens eel la the. Gre a not. Or the league of nations regarding the spit lion of ecumenical patriarch tim constantinople Aboon Forward Cut a to tin league the administration announced today a bigger and Boller Hung a what happen 1 to Nim theft i. Trial ills Earnest Aud Pat bet i. Riving cruel disillusionment Anil finally his totally unsuspecting Triumph constitute la Story or the Phi \ join dated the a Ute comedienne in Sci in tame plays opposite i limit r in the role of Quot flips a the on tame girl without w Hose Friendly a islam poor my ton could never vie have a of tin studio Gate hotpot tie importing cart is noteworthy including Dewitt Jennings As Tho direct1 fitted Wales. Luke co to in. la. In Aud Charlo Ogle a i a a a Feaks announcing the opening of the fashion Shoppe Lues newest i la Odist featuring All sorts of Quality dressmaking Anil to sen ices of tie pert Corset Ger. Cut ii Aud Sec us tomorrow about Hie now frock. The fashion Shoppe her Woolworth Boom Joa participation of City to be taken up by committee tomorrow. City manager talks at lion s luncheon continued from Page Onei tin City own Clear $350, Worth of property and is furnishing service including Street and other lighting at almost As Low a rat an any City in the increase in territory covered by in works Ogeth participation of ame in the i Ilion memorial to a established it Bura stake College will it thl t led out when the Public affairs committee of a ii chamber it Commerce meets to Moi Row noon at the. Chamber dub i Ooms As tin question now stands it in primarily one of finances and the re port of this committee will be Aien to the Hoard of directors of tit. Cham Ber which will take final action on it in the near future. It in Likely that the question of the new stadium to be built at the College will also come under discussion the members of the Public affairs committee Are f. La Schleiter. Chairman. It. A Pearson. T l. Rice s v Knapp of. A Stafford Brit j cob Tison Mal ton. S. A by yet \ la Munn. E. W Valentine and e it White Quot Merton of the movies a starts at the a a Arnee theater tomorrow bout three a cd to the Tannin Glenn Hunter Mage and screen Star appeared at the her did theater la Mollie Iii lits cd lies stage in Cess Quot i i ton of the movies a ill which he has played the title role lot tine years last summer while on Tho coast lie filmed the same pin with Delight to screen elaboration of Iltchi item. Amli c t in Dir it Ion it . Craze. Now this same photoplay is coming to the dims theater tomorrow Anc at Princess Friday Aud Saturn no Aud Glenn Limiter will ii. Seen in the Tole which he related and made synonymous with Sci Cen ambitious Mer. Iou Gill the boy from the on try stoic who prayed to b. Made a a Good movie actor Otic of tin Best Quot when he went to Hollywood in had nothing tint his a timing ambition. Bis a wardrobe a his photographs bowing i resemblance to ins idol. Harold Parma Lee. And determination to do the fair a we sell everything you Wear two killed in riots try i new. Marseilles Franco feb. La. A Hundred persons were injured in the inti Catholic not last night official police figures today showed. # # its it birthday party at Elliott Home sunday timing the birthday of Freeman Elliott a Stoup of his friends and relatives gathered at his Horn and silent the Day. Many useful gifts As reminders of the Day. Among those present were or. And mrs. Merit Dailey and children or. And mrs. Henry Ellitt. Or. Aud or. John avers. Or. And mrs. George Peterson misses Viola and Leola Erson and Wallace Paulson. Collins and George Taylor. State. The Grea Quot he 51 u covered by the an l or with the new sewage disposal Plant outlined and the comforting in that taxes have been for the present year will be lowered still formation Given lowered 3 Mills and Unumb Teddy More next year at this meeting voted to Foster a Bird House building under 16 years of the Lions club prize contest in by boys and girls age Iii the City of Ames and contiguous territory thirty five dollars in prizes will be Given divided into Neeraj classes of Bird houses Are to be completed and exhibited by March i. A committee Eom Darvey j a tto composed of or. E. B. Bush. Chairman. Frank Theis and a. Pet beware of coughs that hangs on pneumonia and serious lung trouble visually Start with a cough. Sgt if you Tea is a cold or cough Stop it at once with a few doses of that Fine old Medicine Hemps Balsam. This famous unlearn soothes the nerves of Tho Throat stops the tickling cough and nature does thereat. No form it Cougil syrup so Good for children a coughs 30 cents at ail stores. For that cough / Kemps Balsam a Good thing done to miss it hand your name and address plainly written together with a it cents and this slip to Chamberlain Medicine co., ass Moines Iowa and receive in return a trial package containing Chamberlain s cough Rem Edy for coughs colds Droit a bronchial a flu and whooping coughs and tickling Throat chamberlains tablets for stomach troll Blea indigestion Naif pains that crowd the heart Rafky Meas and constipation also chamberlains Salve needed in every family for Burns scald wounds piles Aud skin affections these valued family medicines for Only 5 cents. Done to miss it. It it it w Stephenson was name to promote legion and auxiliary t is contest and among details enjoy joint meeting these will be presented in future i tile 7 of clock dinner enjoyed by Theus of Tribune. American legion and woman a auxiliary monday evening was the first on of the dinners which they will have each month. Following the dinner each organization held its special meeting after which a joint program was Given. The boy scouts of the City were guests of Lite legion on this occasion. A a a it entertain at joint birthday party two Birt inlays were celebrated tuesday evening when Ivan Paulson j and Christine Larson celebrated their birthday anniversaries at the Home of the latter. Fourteen friends were present and enjoyed this occasion with them. The evening was enjoyed with games and contests at the close of which refreshments were served. # it it # 20th Century club meets with or. Dana la. A Dana entertained the twentieth Century club last evening at a 6 30 dinner at his Home on fifth Street. Following dinner which was served by mrs. Dana assisted by Riene Wells the program of the evening was enjoyed. Attorney j., r. Larson Twenty years from now you will want Good sight 20 years from now. But if you Are going to have it you must not neglect your eyes now. If your eyes pain Don t put off attending to them. Have an experienced optometrist examine them. If you need glasses he will prescribe the Correct lenses to relieve your Eye trouble. If you do not need them he will Tell you so. Or. F. E. Robinson exclusive optometrist Ames Over the gift shop Iowa next wednesday evening Lias been designated another a ladies night with the Lions club when the members and their ladies will enjoy a special dinner and entertainment at the Sheldon Munn hotel details of whirl will be announced by the commute of later in the week read the paper of the evening upon which was exception Fine. Guests of the club were superintendent Warren e. E. Martin and or. Arthur. Nuoc facets from news abroad constantinople feb. La turkish deputies today were forbidden j to carry arms As a r Cauli of the shooting of Halid Pasha in the chamber. Riga. . La secret Puli it a at Leningrad have returned to their practice of shooting alleged enemies of the soviet without any form of Public trial according to recent arrivals from the russian City. Home. . La tim final decree for the can ionization of the blessed Barat founder of the order of the barred heart together with the decree approving the two miracles advanced As causes for the canonization of blessed John elides founder of the congregation of Jesus and Mary were read in the Hall of til consistory at the Vatican it were announced today thursday meat Sale beef roast 1 do Ano 1 so Steak 2 lbs 35c sugar cured Bacon per la 24c pure food grocery co. 0 a. Knud Flou prop Between the Heaters Beautiful new Spring dress goods see this wonderful showing of the near on a latest fabrics for the new costume. Drop stitch voiles these Beautiful new voiles have just come in and Are in the wanted Gay Spring colors of t in Royal Blue Copen Orchid and Crane. Rate Ponge a wonderful cloth for the new dresses and the Quality of this showing cannot he surpassed. It conies in Orchid Tan Brick dust Rose. Copen and Grey All absolutely fast new Challis prints a material for the better line it House dresses and Baugn Low aprons. Guaranteed fast colors in a wide Range and in the much wanted inst colors. Silveretta crepe Beautiful materials very highly mercerized and wide selection of the new Spring colors. Nub voile this new imported material Coiner in All the new Colon and in charming Small patterns. Flannel suiting exceptionally line 56 Inch flannels in checked and Plain with a wide Range of the wanted colors for Spring. Another shipment of the famous fair store assorted Candy per la 19c we Are exclusive agents in Story county for Tho famous Whittall Anglo persian rugs try a Tribune want add Quot they pay London Felt la Atli storm swept today lion dollars property caused by recurrent Christmas. England was several Mil Joss has been gales since in the Day of Prosperity to Joyful lint in the Day it adversity re Mem r Tho want and. Reed Niland of Colo was a Nevada visitor last evening. Mrs. In c. Reed spent the weekend in Des Moines at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. James Gregory. Or. Reed went Down sunday and both returned sunday evening. Tom Foley of Ames was a Nevada visitor last sunday. E. G. Hovland of Radcliffe was a business caller in Nevada monday. Miss Russell Colo teacher was in Nevada tuesday evening. J. Hukaby of Colo was in Nevada monday on business. Mrs. William Davis was Over from Colo tuesday looking after business matters. Or. And mrs. George White of Masou City were in Nevada sunday afternoon on their return Home after spending the week end at the Home of their Cousin or. Jones of Boone. Or. And mrs. De Carnody of Colo were in Nevada monday. The Story City Independent basketball team will meet the Blue devils on the local floor in what is certain to be a hard fought game. A a Ripe Moser former Ames College Star and now freshman coach will referee the game. The committee in charge of the March dinner of the. Nevada Community club at which the ladies will be guests Are Walter finale chairman George Klove and Warren 3may. The committee on entertainment include W. Larson f. C. Tarman and i. L. Harrington. K. I. Flickinger of Maxwell is a business visitor in Nevada today. George Shearer of Mccallsburg will be in Nevada this evening at. Tending a stockholders meeting. Mrs. De Charlson of Story City was a Nevada visitor monday mint. E. J. Bod Well of Ames was a business caller this week. W. S. Mcdaniel of the White Way grocery went up to Hayfield to visit his brother A. Mcdaniel who is Youdu eting a Sale today. Oil of Matic Oil burners heat cheaper than Coal c happen hands chilblains frostbite a just rub on soothing Cooling Healing Vicks a vap rub Over 17 million Jara of am j or a rim the danger of pneumonia How you can avoid it when you have a cold and neglect it you Are in great danger of pneumonia. The pure food ele ments in fat her Johns Medicine build Energy t o resist cold and grip germs. The gentle laxative effect of father Johns Medicine helps to drive out impurities. Father Johns Medicine soothes and heals the lining of the breathing passages. You Are Safe when you take father John s Medicine because it is guaranteed free from alcohol or dangerous drugs in any form. Sixty nine years in use. A my Amer my a Rumm my Hamm a my a mme mrm or Marr rom mrm r or a or in r or in \ announcing the opening of the newly remodeler Ames shining and shoe repair parlor we have just completed extensive alterations and redecorating which make this shop one of the finest in the state. In our new quarters we can give you the fines of attention and our expert Workman hip will win your approval. Brit g us your worn shoes to renew. Improved shining service you will enjoy coming Here to have your shoes cleaned and polished exactly As they should be. Special Courtesy for the ladies the Ames shining Ano shoe repair parlor 212 main St. Under new management a. L. Wal Atka phone 606

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