Ames Daily Tribune And Evening Times in Ames, Iowa 11 Feb 1925
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Ames Daily Tribune and Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 11, 1925, Ames, Iowa
Page Foto the Ames daily Tribune and a mss Eves to Timbs lib Hahs Pally a copt sunday by the co., a l. Powers resident and manager entered As second claw matter at the Post office at Ames to a under the act of july 16, ism. Subscription rates City of am a Cartier or otherwise or. $5.0# City of area Carrier or off or else firm 3.00 City of amt % Carrier or , to. Chi Iowa outsold of amen City yr.4.sa Iowa outside of Ames t. Mo.2.ro Iowa outside of Ames City per to. .50 outside of Iowa.5.00 Al subscriptions must be paid in Advance and subscriptions will will be discontinued at expiration Urden renewed. Official paper of Story county and the City of Amos. Bible thought a for today i us Thoa tit i it Irmond we Pron Pele in Hurri Tatev to of try be at. Is not this the fast that i have chosen to Loose the bands of wickedness to undo the heavy burdens. And to let the oppressed go free and that be break every Yoke Isaiah 16. Classy duds Here according to the National association of merchant tailors Are the main essentials of the wardrobe of a we i a i eased Man four overcoats. Sport clothes number of suits optional. Tuxedo or dinner jacket. Waistcoats the More the better. Full dress it \ t Iling suit. Sui k suits number optional either single or double Brey ated. Ruling suits one or More. Morning Coal and Waistcoat with striped trousers. Silk hat. Any male citizen who does not Quality should hasten to acquire the necessary garment of there is to be any Meono Mizing. Obviously it should be done on the sack suits. anything of course can he made to serve for Ordinary business Wear or around the House and a canny Dresser can get by even with a rather limited number of sport suits but one simply must have those four overcoats and the dress clothes and morning coat and striped trousers and silk hat. And How could a gentleman Ever exist without at least one Riding suit perhaps the editor who docs not profess to he a sartorial expert will he pardoned for suggesting some mild additions in the belief that timing Well dressed consists in wearing duds suit Able to tin occasion thus out House or smoking jacket preferably old for evening Wear at Home. A no sweater for warmth and avoidance of collars and cuff one bathing suit of whatever to i nits the it in res Type of Beauty. One suit of by rails for taking it an of the Furnace and working around the vat d. One Cap of any old kind to counter act the silk lid. Rhet Hor. As some hold the lower mindless creatures got their bodies by degeneration from the human race. Certainly there an striking similarities of form with an apparent Chain of gradual change running in one direction or Tho other. As for the mind or soul that of course is a different matter having its own Laws and being As nearly a everyone believes immaterial and eternal. If it is ewer proved that we Are physical Brethren of the apes it will be ii rash scientist who maintains that we arc their spiritual Ames daily Tribone and evening times wednesday february la 1925. A a world radio radio programs broadcast on a Low wave length or High frequency current at Pittsburgh have bet ii heard a completely Quot in Australia As testified by thousands of listener the antipodean were Able not merely to distinguish and lot ate the sending station but to understand the and enjoy the music. Here is remarkable radio Progress. Australia is almost opposite Pennsylvania. The distance covered measured in a Bee line around the Earth is woo or 10,000 Mil s on Way and 14, too or 15,000 the other Way. The radio wives Are regarded As having followed the surface by the shortest rout. Yet the y might have gone in both directions or in All directions from the broadcasting Point like in radians Horn the North pole. So rapid is the Speed of radio that in cite of the several thousand Miles difference in routes it would reach the Distant listeners at practically the same time. Th1 Waves might have gone by a still Shorter route straight Down thru the mirth a Lutler less than Mhz Miles hut that is not considered Likely. Curiously enough. Sydney. Australia heard letter than Cleveland Only 150 mile from Pittsburgh because the Region immediately Northwest of Pittsburgh is affected by Long Range work May yet a it suit la explaining the phenomenon along with other mysteries. World broadcasting May now a regarded As definitely begun. Tho imperfect and irregular in those Pioneer experiments it May arrive soon at a degree of effectiveness enabling a powerful nation to speak at once to All civility nations. Gabriel s trumpet becomes available for daily human hic. If rtt a Lak Diin i Etier i by Harry b. Hunt Nea Bervie writer i Armington. D la Fob. sen. Rice w. Means of Denver. Colo., la a Gallant gentleman. Ilia gallantry was proved Hack in the Spanish american War in 1898, after 27 years the War department is issuing the official citation recognizing his Gallant conduct simultaneously a citation for gallantry by maj Gen. Franklin Dell is awarded. Bell like Means won his award by bravery in action during the War with Spain. But he died before the 27 years need d to decide on the citation had expired. The Silver Star material Token of the award goes to his widow. One cannot help but wonder whether had Means not won election to the United states Senate his citation would have come during his lifetime. Did his election to the Senate we wonder single him out for special attention and thus Speed up recognition of his act # # # a civilian Soldier Means has no mean record. In the Chili a phone Campaign of 1898, in connection with which he now is cited for gallantry he won two re com. Mentations tor the congressional medal of Honor was three times a mentioned in orders a and was promoted from the ranks to a commission. As a member of the Colorado National guard he twice won Tho state trophy for being the Best drilled Soldier in that organization. In the world War he was lieutenant colonel and commandant of the Fortieth division school of arms and later commanded the fourth infant m try in the Meuse Argonne offensive. A Agnus Johnson s Harges that he was beaten for re election by the bootleggers of Minnesota has not created much of a stir Here. Conceding the tact that Bootleg Gers a in better standing with Many members of the Senate than is the pugnacious farm labor senator it in still True that the charges brought by Joh Soro against rep Thomas i. Schall senator elect Are hardly convincing. Certainly on their face they set up no such formidable Case As was brought against sen. Earle to. Mayfield of Texas whose election has just been confirmed after a Long and tedious inquiry. Briefly Johnson charges that with a is Cholla a knowledge and consent Quot Minnesota a bootleggers were to Reed into contributing heavily to the congressman s senatorial Campaign fund. The levity with which Many senators discuss the charges is indicated by the observation of pm that head a bet Schall never saw a Bootlegger in his life. He know one if he saw in gets divorce abroad Bill would restrict marriage Between Whites and Blacks. Des Moines. Fell. Ii United dress a Iowa s coloured population objects to the Hill in the state legislature proposing Restrup tion of marriage Between White and adored persons. A committee representing the National association for the advancement of coloured people Lead by j. A Morris coloured Des Moines attorney voiced it opposition to tse measure introduced by representative Long of Jefferson county. The Hill says that no marriage License shall he issued by county clerks Lier one party Lias one fourth part or More of negro blood. J negro Johhy lists plan to kill the \ Hill in committee thereby preventing j any discussion on the floor of the House that would be Quot obnoxious to either the White or the Black population of the state. Paris feb. Seine tribunal has granted a divorce to mrs. Lyman Grimes of san Francisco. Her Maiden name was Given As Barbara Nachtrieb anti she was married in sin Francisco duly i 1917. Custom of a minor child was awarded to mrs. Grimes. To lecture in Paris Lincoln neb., feb. . Hartley 15. Alexander head of the department of philosophy at the University of Nebraska left Lier today for Paris where he who deliver a series of lectures to students of the sorbonne University. Four years 160 today a Tho a. La. In club met with min. J. K. Kingsbury yesterday afternoon. Air your grocer por mothers bread or a loaf�?3 Fob 2.v at Rake shop or your grocer the want and is a threefold Cord not easily broken and binding Prosperity upon thine eyelids. Read the wants Billy Rhoades the Blind Tenor Singer of Ames will broadcast Over Woi thursday evening of this week. Or. Rhoades is trying to Complete his musical education in Iowa state College and would appreciate contributions from friends who enjoy his singing. He also weaves rugs. Phone 1666-j. Address 825 Hodge Avenue Ames Iowa. Is put it to every test you can think of prove to yourself that Cail met the world s greatest baking powder is in truth a the a key to better baking sales a times those of any other Mano a mar ear piercing London reports a Vogue of Iong drop earrings so Large and heavy that they cannot be held to the ear lobes by the Ordinary Clamp or screw so that there is a revival of the ear piercing which flourished Many years ago. It will probably sweep America again they say As it is sweeping eng land. Women to be fashionable will have holes punched thru their tar enduring temporary torture and permanent disfigurement. And the a same women will find it impossible to it understand How Savage tribes can Pierce their noses and lips for the insertion of their crude jew at least the Alpine and medi terran eau rat must admit that the nordics have Dot to pot the most vigorous and expressive profanity in the world As proven by the tact that the first thing an immigrant does is to learn to swear in English. Quot what will the present Day girl he 20 Yean it urn now a somebody asks a Middle aged woman sober telling her daughter How much better girls behaved when so was Young. If As news reports say the Welsh Mountain of t Rood no h i w f u Welt is moving Well bet it staggers. Many Young men think Thor a any More lincolns because arc no Mer rails to split. Can i i bet e Opportunity knocks at some people doors like a steam Riveter without waking them up. Cd to Milf cd i los amps the latest ape Man anthropologist have found the Fos Tilie a Skull of another pre adamites Man to which h they give the Graceful name of Australopithecus africans. As the name is meant to signify this specimen is South african. From it the scientists May conclude that Africa. Not Asia. Was the Cradle of the human race. The brain capacity of the owner of the Skull seems to have been greater than that of the Chimpanzee hut less than that of the lowest Man known. The Teeth fairly Well preserved Are of the human Type but the jaw juts out like those of monkeys or apes. A a reconstruction shows Mouth african ape Man As Quot Semi erect with a High Man like nasal Bone vertical forehead 11onne&ing nose and Well developed All of which May or May not be important but is interesting As is anything tearing on the Remote Pas of the lords of i Iii Earth. We May know for sure after a lot More exploration and theorizing whether our physical Bodle s were developed from lower mindless forms of animal life or doing it quickly the spirit of the times is to do it now hurry Quick action. The imperative demands of the wants bring immediate re Mats Many want ads accomplish their object within a very few hours Many want users have come thru practical experience to know that the appeals of the want columns demand instant attention. That a Why so Many businesses Aud individuals turn to the wants in so Many emergencies. Make full use of the wants to quickly meet your needs. No Plain sewing one Moth r says i want my daughter to set w Aud to Hka a to do it therefore i do not Force Plain sewing upon her when she i hut a i encourage her to do pretty fancy work with Bright coloured silk and easy patterns. Each month i Dud improvement in a r work and a wish to take up More intricate pieces. Copyright. 1925. Associated editors Mason City in quandary by International new Mason City. Feb. offi rials Are in a quandary Here today As to when to hold the City election Thi it coining Spring chapter seven Laws of Cie Fortieth Assembly Section two states the primary shall he held on th1 second monday preceding the general municipal election. Section 6495 re the 1924 Rode directs that the primary shall be Beld on the second Rue Day preceding the general municipal election a a it a a attempts Bank loot grand Island. Neb. Feb. 11-Arthur Klingbeil Merrick county far Mer boy was held in jail today for the Hunsuc is genl attempt to Rob the canner s state bunk of nearly Hood it Cash yesterday afternoon. Klong Heil was captured by sheriff offi Corn Early this morning and made1 no Stfort to resist arrest i again do not ing allowances when you come to buy expect Long Trad on any used car i Chrysler this statement of eight months ago is repeated in Justice to it Rysler distributors and dealers who cannot in fairness be expected to penalize themselves by making Long allowances merely because the Chrysler May have depreciated die value of other cars. A car May be a very Good car indeed and still it will tack the Riding driving braking accelerating Power and Speed qualities which Thrish the owner of n Chrysler six. As we said in june of last year those qualities Are so valuable and mean so much in efficiency and Economy that you could Well afford to discard the used car without compensation for the Sake of the amazing activity. Of performance and the saving the Chrysler will bring y even if another car originally Cost you twice As much the Burden you escape when you acquire a Chrysler the substitution of More agile and satisfying performance and the stoppage of waste will More than compensate you months ago we said that because of these unusual Chrysler qualities the Chrysler was invading All markets and especially those of much higher Price. We also said that the enthusiasm of the Public Over the Chrysler was certain to effect All motor cars and ultimately All motorcar design. To r the change in internal design has not yet come. Until it does there is no possibility for anyone who wants Chrysler results to make a comparison Between the Chrysler and other cars be used or new. It is All a question of whether you want the qualities which the Chrysler alone provides. If you do then it is perfectly Clear that you cannot compare the value of another used car or any other new car with the value of the Chrysler. Neither higher prices nor lower prices nor Long allowances have anything to do with the fact that there is still Only one Chrysler and that it delivers results which no other car delivers. This is no reflection on any Good car. It is simply a statement of facts which every Chrysler owner knows. The touring str $1395 the Phaeton $1495 the roadster $1625 t the Sedan $1825 the Royal Coupe 51895 the Brougham $1965 the Imperial $2065 the Crown Imperial 52195. All prices f. O. H. Detroit subject to current government tax. We Are pleased to extend the convenience of time payments ask about Chrysler attractive plan. Dealers everywhere c. A. Roberson 503 Lincoln Way Ames phone 1286 of ildved de Effly in i Sheid
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