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Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Ames, Iowa Jack two Ames evening times wednesday. Sept. 13. 1016. Ames evening times daily except sunday b. H. Read editor Ami manage entered As second class matter at the Post office at Amos under the act of july 16. 1904. Lbs it kit Fox Kates one year by mail.92.00 one year by Carrier .93.00 better seed Corn. Governor Clark has set aside a week this fall to be known As seed Corn week during which time a Campaign for better seed Corn in Iowa will be waged. The time is not far in the past when the Man who talked better seed Corn was looked upon somewhat As a joke but when reports compiled by the Extension division of the College show that the de Corn of Oil amp Ign waged by that office last Winter has added millions of bushels to Iowa scorn crop the advocate of better seed Corn commands More attention. The Golden Mountain of Corn flowing from the Horn of plenty at state fair was one of the biggest features of the fair. It sent folks Home with a new inspiration for More such Good Corn. Iowa has made a reputation with her Corn. But Iowa land is going higher and to make interest on the investment it will Likely be necessary to increase the production of that land. If a Little attention to the selection of better seed Corn will increase the yield then is it not Worth the Effort and now some of the students Are already consulting their calendars in an Effort to establish the number of Days until the next vacation. I cinderellas Slipper was returned to the owner at the Princess theatre last night but what is worrying chief of police most these Days is to find a foot which will at a Nice White yid Slipper which now adorns his desk in the City Hall. Hughes laughed stridently into his hirsute Cal adornments when he heard of the Maine election returns evidently pleased that his Maine troubles were at an end. Another although Small ingredient of modern politics is Start fall training elks official prac Tice , once Penn state Star to Williams to have Rasera la men Oft. Why pay More 3 Large 10c loaves for 25 cents at the Knudson grocery store. Phone 81.�?adv. Septl3 farm land Sells High Perry the highest Price Ever paid for Dallas county farm land was recorded Here in the Transfer of a Clover Leaf farm at $300 per acre. The farm consists of 190 acres and is located a mile East of Perry. Peaches for Canning $1.15 a Box. Princess Candy . Septl3-14 with the official Start of the cyclones training season being made today preparedness activities Are seen in All quarters of the athletic department. A varsity men and reserves Are being fitted out with their Gridiron togs in order that practice May be commenced without delay. Clyde Williams athletic director said this morning that suits probably will be issued to class teams the latter part of the week. One of the first Steps to be taken by the athletic department in getting ready for the football season was the selection of c. H. Yerger a former football Star from Penn state to Aid coach Charles Mauser in shaping his material into a football machine. Yerger has arrived in Ames and was on the Field yesterday afternoon looking Over the prospects. In the neighbourhood of thirty men were on state Field during yesterday afternoon warming up and preparing themselves for the grilling tests that they will he put to from the Start of the official practice Day. Providing the weather will permit this number will be greatly added to today and tomorrow. For several Days workmen have been taking off some of the rough a Ges from the several Fields maintained on the College grounds. When practice gets under headway there probably will be six Fields devoted to football use. Or. Yerger who comes to Iowa state after having been graduated last Spring from Penn state will take work Here with the View of obtaining a masters degree in Dairying from the Ames institution. Not Only did Yerger win honors on the Gridiron Field but on the wrestling mat As Well. When the season of that sport opens it is Likely that Yerger will he found As an assistant instructor in wrestling. Departing from the usual custom of waiting until the Spring of the Vear for baseball practice. Director Williams has made known his intentions of starting baseball practice just As soon As registration activities Are through and things begin to get settled Down. Suits will be issued to the varsity men As Well As to class teams. The Short time that can he devoted to baseball during the Spring time prohibits Many baseball aspirants from showing what they have in them. Consequently the fall training will be Given. There will he Many last years freshmen on the two diamonds As Well As Many new men. Munsinger a Norris the Cash grocery sell and deliver Colfax . 217-6 4t on and after Friday sept. 15 the Union delivery will make but three deliveries a Day. At 8 of clock. To of clock a. In. And .3 of clock p. Rn., except on saturdays when there will he four 8 and to a. In. And 2 and 4 p. In. A. E. . Sept 13-1 4 a warning look out for unreliable Magazine solicitors w e meet All legitimate offers Ami Are right Here to make any adjustments necessary. Ames news stand. A adv. Sept Li-14-15 open for business Friday sept. 15 fresh Cut Flowers at All times design work and decorations Sheldon Munn hotel building phone 1195 telegraphic delivery of Cut Plower orders department of music Iowa state College instruction in piano voice violin and org a by competent teachers at the usual Low rate offered by the College classes in Harmony music history chorus band and orchestra work. Prof. J. C. Harris music Hall phone 150gloria�?Ts Romance far and in Rupert Hughes at the found of the judge s voice Gloria looked up. Her casual smile changed slowly to wonder incredulity conviction wild excitement. She sprang to her feet pointing at the Man and trying to cry out. She toppled and swooned As doctor Boyce leaped to catch her. The prisoner gaped in amazement and started to leave but the policeman. Checked him. Boyce carried Gloria out of the room followed by Pierpont and the judg1, to or a deposited Gloria on a divan and putting a Cushion under her feet ran to fetch a Glass of water from thrice water stand. He sprinkled her face lightly. The judge and Pierpont murmured together in bewilderment. Gloria returned gradually to consciousness looked about still dazed and wondering. At length she saw the judge lifted herself to her feet and finally gaining her voice pointed to the door crying a a that Man a that Man is the murderer i saw him when he killed my Dick a she fairly assailed the judge to drive him Back to the courtroom crying a a Quick Quick Stop him a the judge walked out More slowly than Gloria wished. Gloria started to follow. Pierapont restrained her. Boyce tried to qui her. The crowd in the courtroom was still in a flurry of excitement when the court officer called for order. The tramp wins greatly alarmed. He struggled with the policeman. The judge entered and paused with one foot on the step. He stared at the tramp then Buck at the door hesitated set his jaw s in Stern Resolution motioned to the officer and said a Belen be the policeman holding the tramp let him go. He tar Rew a glance Over his shoulder at the judge then hurried through the Gate and through the crowd and out the judge waited a moment pondering deeply. An officer brought to the bar two fierce looking desperadoes. The judge motioned them to wait and left the courtroom pausing at the door to control himself. When Gloria saw the judge returning she run to him demanding a is he there is he a prisoner a the judge Shook his head and mumbled a the had gone when i got Gloria hew into a fury and commanded. Quot then Send some one after the judge shrugged his shoulders nodded and went slowly Back to the courtroom. The outside Steps of the court were lighted by Street lamps and the court lumps. Various people were loitering outside the courtroom or going up or Down Tim stairs when the tramp came Down forcing his Way through tilt crowd. He ran into a policeman standing there. The Topi ice Man gave him a shove and he hurried away. Back in the retiring room Gloria i ought hard a moment then made up her mind Aud darted for tin door to the Street. Pierpont cheeked her. A where a you going Quot Gloria answered resolutely a to find that she Tore the door open and rushed through. Kuoyee Noimi ids overcoat stud dashed after her. Down the pro ate Stair to the judges Root a run Gloria followed a moment later by Boyce begetting Tho Street Gloria stared up and Down wildly searching tile crowd. She was frantic to so e tin Trump. She turned to Boyce questioning him suspiciously a the judge let him go. Why a Boyce shrugged his shoulders and tried to dismiss the Riddle. Gloria rounded on him with sudden doubt a Maud you told me it was All a delirium. Why Quot Boyce was startled by her tone. Ii lowered his Oyes before her and then spoke suddenly a it is too cold for you. Ill get your lie tried to Lead her inside. She refused. There seemed not Hing for id in to do hut leave her there and go for her wraps. Site stared at the crowd then on sudden impulse ran Down the Steps to a policeman standing on the walk. Timidly she tapped him on the Arni. A the Man who just went by so hurriedly he was Jio orly dressed had a Slouch hat und a Beard did you see which Way he went Quot she asked the policeman pointed to the right and Gloria started immediately to run that Way. A the streets were ill lit and is or but she hurried on with hardly a glance at her surroundings to it lose the real murderer now was unthinkable to her to have had him there in the very arms of the Law the Man whom she had seen actually do Lier Lover to death Only to have him escape again drove her into h frenzy. She run on peering into Durk doorways and alleys. Judge Freeman whom she had watched All evening mete out punishment to fur lesser crimes had actually made no Effort to catch tills Demon for her. What was the mystery of it All Why were they All in league to thwart Lier mud to refuse vengeance on Dicks Slayer to be continued shown in motion pictures every thursday at the Princess theatre Muir danger a Norris the Cash grocery sell Aud deliver Colfax . 217-6 at mrs Chicago Ano local markets furnished by Harper k Ward Ames Over Munsinger grocery store phone 59. Chicago sept. 13, 1916. Hogs receipts for today 21,000. Opened weak top 911.20. Left Over 4,355. 9 a. Rn., steady top $11.28, closed Active 5c up top $11.30. Receipts for tomorrow 16,000. Light $9.90� 11.30. Mixed $9.80 it Foj 11.30. Heavy $9.65 0 11.15. Bough $9.65 0 9.85. Bulk. $ 10.05 cd 10.90. Pigs. $6.50 it it 9.65. A Attlee receipts for today 16,000 tomorrow 5,000. Opened steady top $11.20. 9 a. Rn., steady to weak. C closed steady top $11.20. Beeves $6.40 a 11.20. Cows and heifers $3.40 0 9.20. Stockers and feeders. $4,60 0 7.45 texans. $7.15<d 8.25. Calves 98.50� 13.00. Sheep receipts for today. 2.000. Steady to weak 98.4 0. No Chicago Cash markets today on account of election. V i a Tea i markets. Ames old Corn 7 4c, new Corn 56 a 68c, Oats 37 38 he. Poultry eggs 22c, hens 12c, roosters 6c, ducks 10c, geese 9c. Napier torn 60�76c, Oats 39c Why bake when you can buy bread cookies cakes and Piee better than Quot Mother used to make Quot for less Money than you can make them yourself at Knudson grocery store., phone 81.�?adv. Sept 13 Heathen for 12ft years c Hanges his Faith Cass Lake minn., sept. 13.�?ka- be Nagi Wes an Indian chief said to 1 be 128 years old and a Heathen All that Century and a Quarter wont he buried in the spirit land of the chippewas Happy Hunting ground lie declared today. He has taken the i name John Smith and turned Christian. Peaches for Canning 9146 a Box Princess Candy . Sept 13-14$50,000 paid for the life of a woman is your life Worth 30.000 to someone a. Twin Star today you la see stars in metro pictures have you visited the Lincoln Candy Kitchen act Quot it is truly the Home of you will find fresh Home made Candy. Choice fruits ice Cream and Lincoln Way close to Welch ave. Button the second Button throw Back your shoulders and you re off for work or play dressed right dressed a right comfortably and at the right Price in a Tilden store co. Suit at a Cost of Twenty dollars. New hats new Caps new shirts new sweaters in fact All our lines Are Complete with new and attractive menus wearing apparel. Tilden store clothes done to forget the Central Iowa fair sept. 26 to 29. We invite you to make this store your Headquarters. Tilden store co. Ford Reo Jeffery Bush Hubbard co mrs. Cassie Mullineaux Richards will take a limited number of private pupils on Days she has violin classes in Ames Public schools. Bee or. Pollard or write to High school. A adv. Coming Charlie Chaplin in the county genuine Chaplin Mutual special wd., in. 20 the Siu a

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