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Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Ames, Iowa Page four. Ames evening time wednesday. Sept. 13, 1016. Big >5tage Success coming thurs., sept. 14 a the Prince chaps a red Seal play Edward people passionate love Story of new York and London featuring Bessie Eyton and marshal Neilan with the most notable cast of players Ever seen in a motion picture drama. A play you will talk about after leaving the theatre. Twin Star theatre mat. 2t30 to 5 39 adults 10c eve. 7 toll adults 15c Chi Dren 5c the place whare you la always find the crowd Baptist Mission Circle. The Baptist missionary Circle will meet thursday afternoon with mrs. K. W. Brown. An interesting session is anticipated As miss Nellie Lucas returned missionary from Burmah will be present. M. E. Ladles Aid. Divisions of the methodist ladies Aid society meeting thursday afternoon at two thirty of clock Are As follows no. 2 at mrs. G. W. Royers. Hodge Avenue and seventh Street. No. 6 with mrs. B. A. Knudson. No. 8 at Tho Home of mrs. Wilcox Duff Avenue and twelfth Street. No. 4 at the residence of mrs. O. E. Was8er, 827 Kellogg Avenue. Fourth Ward division with mrs. E. C. Bishop on Russell Avenue. It of m 8 the w. F. M. S. Of the methodist Church met tuesday afternoon at the h me of mrs. Mcquillan with mrs. Harper assisting hostess. Election of officers resulted in the Choice of the following president mrs. J. E. Cagwin first vice president mrs. Kerman Knapp second vice president. Mrs. Margaret Leland third vice president mrs. Edgar rewording Secretary mrs. W. J. Schlick corresponding Secretary mrs. Belknap treasurer mrs. Vontungeln Secretary of mite boxes miss Bauge Delegate to Branch meeting at St. Joseph mo., october 12th, mrs. Cag win alternate mrs. Edgar. During the foetal hour refreshment were served by the hostesses. Amos woman s oui notes. At the meeting of the Hoard of erectors held saturday at the Library it was decided t make the first general session these Oil monday in Otto to a guest of cling it also discussed As to the advisability of recommending to the members that the dub furnish a room at the Hospital. Officers for the civic department were chosen As follows chairman mrs. Ii. K. Hawley vice chairman mrs. Flora Hill Secretary and treasurer mrs. Drew. All members intending to take the course in civics this year May Purchase the text 1� of a Wilson outline on Active citizenship Quot at the Library. The handicraft Section met yesterday at the Library and elected the following officers chairman mrs. Henry Ness vie chairman mrs. In cd Ford Secretary and treasurer airs. Kila Jones. Classes will a Given this year in the following crafts his retry in charge of mrs. Ii. C. Ford China painting with mrs. B. To. Dyer Rug work with mrs. Ii. Of. Goble needlecraft with mrs. J. Vav. Hasley water color painting leather Craft theory of color and design mrs Henry Ness pottery with prof. Staley. Any member of thames woman a club wishing to take work on any of these subjects will please Telephone mrs Kila Jones. Social events j Nee Pollali club. Mrs. Arthur Buck is hostess this afternoon to the Nee Wallah club. Evening party. Miss Mary Kintzley will be hostess this evening to a company of Young lady friends. Priscilla Assembly. The first Priscilla Assembly of the year is being held this afternoon at alumni Hall. Picnic today. The Book and Basket club Are enjoying a picnic today at the Home of mrs. J. C. Frail. Put on i it Ogree work. Blue Lodge will put on work in the third degree thursday evening followed by refreshments. Evening club. Mrs. M. J. Adams will entertain the evening club at her Home on Douglass Avenue tonight. Lutheran ladies Aid. The lutheran ladies Aid society a Iii meet thursday afternoon at the Tome of mrs. Lew Erickson on by Kud Avenue. Congregational a at the monthly a at Home will be held at the congregational Church thursday afternoon. St. Johns Guild. St. John s Guild will hold their Snukal business meeting at three o clock thursday afternoon at the come of mrs. Goodwin. Engagement announced. Or. And mrs. Willis Lincoln King Kave announced the engagement of i Weir daughter Leone Clarice to or. Bernard e. Hanger of Goldfield Iowa. W. C. T. R. The West Ames Vav. C. T. La. Will meet thursday afternoon at the residence of mrs. Cave 124 Welch Avenue. A report of the District Contention held last week at Boone will of Given and delegates elected to the stat convention at fort Dodge october 3-6. Pocahontas Lodge. Pocahontas Lodge w ill hold a Reg-1 alar meting thursday evening it is hoped there will be a full attend Anco in order that preparations May is mad for the meeting of the Grain Lodge to be Beld in Ames in i october. Princess theatre extra personals miss Kila Miller began her school work last week teaching again at the Union school. Mrs. A a. Hannegan has returned from Boone where she visited at the Home of her son f. D. Cameron. Robert Campbell has returned from Clinton county where he spent several Days with his parents or and mrs. J. E. Campbell. Mrs. J. H. Muir of Wapello formerly a resident of Ames. Has returned to the City and will be chaperone this year at the Alpha Delta Phi House. Prof. And mrs. We. Kunerth returned sunday from Chicago where they have spent the summer while prof. Kunerth was doing some work at the University of Chicago. Or. Edmund Lohran and sons t. J. And s. L. And daughter mrs. F. M. Coulter went to Des Moines yesterday to attend the funeral of his brother s. J. Loughran. Or. And mrs. Pierce and or. And mrs. Mcbride of Crestline Ohio railed in Ames sunday by automobile and Are visiting the Henry Banks and Hiram Taylor families. Mrs. J. H. Williams and or Williams sister mrs. Tippett of Peoria. Illinois left this morning for Oskaloosa where they will visit mrs. Jennie Williams Bernick for a few Days. Mr3. Tippett returning from there to her Home. Or. Walter Greene who was vocal instructor at the College last year has returned to Ames. Under the management of the music league of America with offices in new York City. Or. Greene will appear in concert recital and oratorio two of the concerts for which he is booked being As soloist with the St. Louis symphony orchestra november 26 and 28. I Littie is elected pres. Convention of delegates of Iowa Chautauqua Alliance comes to close this afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Harris will resume her local teaching at her Home on Friday september 15th. For appointments phone 792.�?adv. Sept 13-14 a a i if Prim e Hai a a Edward in Epli a or Ai love Romance of new Fork City and Condon. One of tin wont exciting and motion picture dramas Ever presented in Hie twin Rutur theatre a g a. Is announced for thursday sent 14 i uis is no fit afternoon a he evening ii a a the Prince chaps featuring Bessie Nylon Marshall Neilan George Faw it Ett and Mary Charlenen. Quot the Prince chaps was filmed by the Selig company As a red Seal v. L. Of e play Ami is a gripping Story of new York City and London. Wand Raul is Ami a of ii maxes hav Nave Imury Prai you will have the Opportunity to ate Davenport Rakers adopt Kment loaf Davenport sept. 13.�?at a meeting of eleven of the prominent Bakers of Davenport it was decided to raise the Price of bread to ton cents and to discontinue the five cent loaf. The Bize of the old ten tent loaf will be decreased to 27 ounces. The action taken followed the meeting in Chic ago last Friday of the National Bakers convention which decided against the continuance of the five cent loaf. The local Bakers formed a Trade organization for the furtherance of stabilizing of the Industry. Light vote i v it Guirado primary Denver sept. 13.�?a extremely Light vote in the country districts which political i Aden attribute to the heavy crops and Scarcity of labor is being ast today Iii the state wide primaries. The heaviest polling is in cities and towns. Masons Lav Cornerstone Boone the masonic fraternity it tills City have been invited to take a Burge of the laying of the Cornerstone of the new Boone county court House. An elaborate program is be lug planned. Charlie Chaplin in his burlesque on Carmen on cd of in Chi the one Chaplin comedy you have been waiting for. The Only real Chaplin feature nex of Anee. 4 reels. One solid hour of fun. Shown in Ames for the first time. Come Early Woas to be sure of a seat. Rat 2 30�?0 p. Rny night 7�?1 x . Doors open for night show at 6 30 matinee and night 515c prior my orchestra. Firs a Tim it to Tho ii i Miu. I ii Titi j by j j he pictures four great movie appear together in one film namely a the Prince u Helig red soul v. L. 8. K. Scenic eff startling it t tics to it ii Des fill dra th1 of motion stars will Lea tin Ltd Hap play of unusual Merit. The stars Are Mary it Harnon Marshall Eilau George Fawcett and Bessie Eyton. Or. Neilan and Georg Fawcett Aud miss Cylon recently completed important character Pinta in the forthcoming of it i spectacular drama a the crisis not set released. A the Prince chaps was written by Edward pc Iii Aud is adapted from the world famous slag drama of the same name. Many of the scenes were taken in old England others were filmed ii new York City Chicago and in . Are vol aware that you can get 70 of. Or Over of the most delicious and wholesome Brad Ever baked for 25 cents at the Knudson grocery , sept13 Laving new blocks the blocks that have been Uii Khing from the paving in front of Tho Sheldon Muon hotel Are being replied today. Gnat difficulty has been experienced in getting blocks in the Iowa Chautauqua Alliance closed its two Days session this afternoon with a visit to the Iowa state College. At the meeting this morning Carl Little was elected president of the Alliance for the coming year j. F. Monk of fort Dodge vice president and g. W. Shockley. Oskaloosa Secretary treasurer. Sac City was admitted As a new member of the Alliance. A Good sized audience was present last night at the entertainment provided by the visiting Talent in the Sheldon Munn banquet Hall and the numbers rendered were Well received. Outside Talent was supplemented by solos by miss Dearie Poole and mrs. Dox. The local Chautauqua Board decided to secure or. Arthur Evans for next years program. Or. Evans made a Good impression Here and his return will be welcomed by Chautauqua goers. While you Are waiting for a a Stop in at the Paradise if you like music we will play the Edison for you. If you just want to rest we will serve you with a Cool refreshing drink or some of our delicious ice Cream that we make ourselves we want you to feel at Home Here. We make very nearly every known kind of ice Cream sherbets and ices that Are already making an individual reputation. If you Haven to tried our Candy you Are missing something. We know its Good because we make it ourselves Paradise the most Complete ice Cream parlor in the Middle West. Why you should be a Nevada evening journal subscriber v a Decaux it is a real live local newspaper. A few re a Sot # Why Are a because it is published three time a week every other Day monday wed be Day and Friday therefore it can give real new s service. Because it is a Large local paper having a so Van column Page and printing from 18 to 24 pages every week. Because it flares neither time nor Money in gathering and printing tin news of the county state nation and world. A because it makes a specially of Market repins receiving the latest quotations by wire the Day of publication. Because it prints the daily news service a of the american press association in full taking the place of the Large City daily fur tin world news and covering tin Field sat Isaac Bority to those who wish to Al i i Date the pm Date of subscribing for a Large City daily. A because its feature Deus Irvine t serial stories comic cartoons illustrated cur rent events exclusive and of High banality. A because its classified advertising department and the live Stock Kiel Public Sale advertising Are of so Vecial interest to Many. Because 1 i Nevada evening in urn i has a Complete and modern new Kph mar Plant and consequently can publish a real new Quot jails a. A because it prints the neigh intr in Ani happenings from All Over the comity maintaining a corp of or re is indents on pay. A because ii is an official paper of Story a minty and prints All the official count \ news i Well As extensive res its a it District court proceedings. Ihms cum the sur option Price of $2 a year i Low considering the Ever other Day sen ice. Special Price now of $1.50 if paid before Betout i. Because practically 3,41 0 families prefer the journal by taking it regularly from year to year. Accept their verdict and j Nill the big Famiie of likening journal readers . $2.00 per year special Price $1.50 if paid before oct. I i be this Coupon for remittance journal Nevada Iowa gentlemen a enclosed find $1.50 for the journal for one year at your special Price. Name. Address Etc Der tie original arrangements that pity a going to it enough from Oft Dodge to do the Job bul there was some hitch there Sioux fity was tried ii it but without Success Aud it was finally necessary to Send to Tho company that manufactures to Blo. Be. New boiler in place superintendent Charles Warsaw of the City electric Light Plant has completed the installation of the great new boiler at the Plant and connections will be made this week. The _ new Boller is two and half times u to the new boiler and give the my Dii we Large a either of the other j Sno rough overhauling. I oilers now in use being of horse Power we Hole the ones now or rated at too horse Power it is the intention of the Sui fondant to switch the Load now ried by the three Small i 250 used a Ach it Erin car filers to a its hot whats hot dads pop Corn and peanuts. Same old stand Corner Douglass and main. A adv. 26 i-3t done to forget Holets after every meal

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