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Ames Thursday Evening Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1919, Ames, Iowa I inn i i int j Bra state offering i Auto school course int a building Kim. I of Artosh Doxa Tro by a tar government s Imi a a a a it with f. Large building full of autos and the big government trucks on band the College is taking advantage 61 a Good Opportunity to educate Sony of the students and returning a Ray men in an Auto school course. The trucks Are still government property and until called for May be mid by the College. What a ill but a done with them is not known but it is the intention of the school to buy at least two for memorial and instruction purposes. Professor Mcfarland of that department thinks Lite trucks which the government has on hand will be sold at auction or otherwise disposed of later. He is now in charge of the state Auto school course at the College and uses the second hand cars which were bought by him thru the government for the College last Spring and used by the vocational draft men there. Those cars will be retained by the College. A regular series of credit work is Given the students who elect the work and professor Mcfarland now has about seventy enrolled. There Are Twenty girls taking a special course in general repairing and engine troubles and Twenty five former detachment men Back to continue the work they had in Tho army. The neat course will open next april for anyone desiring the work. Luke Road Cost $21,000 per mile for a sixteen foot Width pavement. This of course is War time prices. Linn county has at the present time under contract a mile of Concrete Road sixth n feet wide Ami the estimate paving Cost alone is $114,200 the Des Moines to amp Hodge Brick Rind Cost $2.73 per Square Yard of Normal prices were one third of these the Cost would still be too great to consider the paved Road question to any great extent. In ancient times the body of the murdered was chained to that of his dead victim As Tho punishment imposed for his crime. About the same thing in a figurative sense is being done with William Hal Tenoll Ern. Ends at i Usu s. Sat. New s Kim Fox starts mox Bay in brr dire Tox of to Rizui no ral Engineer eee i. 8. Jury hits socialists As aids to re my Haus Berger from Congress by United Prev a Chicago Jan. 9 a Victor l. Berger and the Only socialist elected last fall to the sixty sixth Congress and four other National leaders of the socialist party were found guilty of sedition and disloyalty under the espionage act by a jury in judge Landis court late yesterday. Bergers coat action bars him from Congress. Those convicted with Berger for obstructing the nations War program against Germany and now facing sentences of from one to Twenty years in a Federal prison fines of from $1,000 to $10,900 or both Are Adolph Ganser William f. Kruse j. Louis but Dahl and Irwin St. John Tucker. The five defendants were released under $10,000 Bonds each pending hearing of a motion for a new trial of january 23. Sentence was withheld by judge Landis until that time. Verdict is considered a sweeping Victory for Tbs government in its fight against the Quot red the two weeks tractor Short course for farm or engineering instruction at the College ends this week and a new one open to anyone begins monday january 13, under the direction of the agricultural Engineer department. Professors Irvine and weeks have charge of the instruction and More equipment in the form of engines and tractors have been purchased for the department. They now have new Cleveland Crumley Hart Parr Emerson and training Hani types in operation. Those desiring to take the course should enrol this week with the College registrar. The Brand of popularity we can be bought is not Worth carrying Home. A few Kcf the peace of the necessary the Berlin government wants a1 Tho germans Are nations to release interned germans off their scrap Heap c so that the number of disturber at leans As part of the Home May be increased. Men required to be. Artists think her it the most Beautiful Goor roads questions being Fox is Bere b As f legislation nears continued from Page i i declared Quot swollen streams have Eachys a taken an increasing toll of the Bridges but it is possible these Bridges were constructed in the mint claimer As the one Between the College and City proper. Quot i believe that. If that Bridge had been. Properly anchored and reinforced it would never have gone out a or. Champlin said. Quot but when it depends upon the Banks and the water washes the Banks away of course it is going to go Down. I May be wrong but i done to think senator Edwards is known to favor Good roads but whether or not he will support the Nebiker Bill is known Only to himself. However friends close to the senator declare Fie believes the proposition too expensive. They sight figures furnished by the Highway commission showing that four Mies of paved Road just completed on the Mason City Clear farm Loans per be we Are at the or sent Tim it it in a position to consider a volume of farm Loans at 5per cent with the usual Mission. These rates May not Hist Long therefore place application now so hat you May he assured of your Tot or before March i uht. The citizens savings by. Tin Bank of the Farmer Kelley two of the last pictures taken of former president Theodor Roosevelt show the to my Chaa re Ter of this famous american better than could columns of Type in the most glorifying editorial. He was a a Strong and tender at the same time opposites always found in the make up of All great leaders on the left is Quot Teddy the a characteristic pose As the world knew him when to would defy All in any fight for right. On the right is Quot Teddy the tender Quot with Liis grandson Quot Archie Roosevelt jr., in his arms because Teddy loved children the True test of Man. The insert is a recent picture of Coonel Roosevelt a widow mrs Theodore Roosevelt. Beckman Wust German pm a stg invade revolution stops la u i j s bul ii committee from journalistic fraternity give professor useful present Umi the world has again found Quot the most Beautiful Many great artists have passed the verdict that it is Justine Johnstone who up until three years ago was a Small town Beauty in upper new York state. In three Short year she climbed to the top in the theatrical profession. In face and figure she represents a Type of Beauty which is typically american. T Tinalu do trip Tom onto member of Highway commission called to capital for conference sunday afternoon a committee of the two journalistic fraternities. Sigma Delta and Theta Sigma . Composed of miss Virginia Lowe f. M. Russell m. Vav Emel and j. M. Van Houten presented professor Beckman head of the journalistic department of Iowa state College with a handsome Gold wrist watch in appreciation for what he has done for the societies and for journalism a the College. Prof. Beckman left on sunday night for new York City where he will report to the main office of the Young menus Christian association for duty overseas with the american troops. He will receive or Short course of instruction in his new duties and then take a boat direct to France. During his absence from the department prof. Harry of Brien will have charge of the journalist department. Prof. Beckman has a leave of absence from the school hut expects to return to his College work late in the fall. Airs. Beckman and son will continue to make Ames their Home during or. Beckmann a absence. Form or Mem Frh of German spread of revolt ties up All army and Navy were Al industries in Empire 1g1ble to membership spread to Manheim by United press Washington. Jan. 9. A Germany a plans for invasion of Canada by men in this country who had solved in the Imperial German Navy were told today to the Senate committee probing propaganda work in this country by a. Bruse Bielaski head of the Bureau of investigation of the department of Justice. Quot men Germany depended up mitc invade Canada before we enu red the War were Many who had seen Mil tar service. Some organizations have been formed and were actually drilling and were supplied with rifles. Nothing of a serious character Ever developed although it had a harmful Bielasky a i la army had a number of Branch thru out the country. By United press Geneva Jan. 9 a All work has been stopped throughout Germany As the result of the spread of the revolution dispatch from various purees reported today. A bolshevik government is said to have been proclaimed in Manheim and Ohrhausen. A revolt has occur de at Nuremburg where the newspapers were seized by the bolshevik. I masonic Calendar masonic Temple Cor. Douglas ave. And nth St. Its will be feted ii Plank now being completed for reception of Ames and Nevada men . Macdonald of the state Highway commission returned from a trip to Washington d. C., where he was in conference with Secretary of agriculture Houston upon the distribution of the new increase in Federal appropriation for Road building. Or. Macdonald reports the status of this legislation As indeed favo Rabl to this state and the trip was made necessary to secure an estimate of what would be done in this slavic the next legislature at to the National plan f or Road development. He also looked up some personal matters while in the East. By United press plans Are now being perfected for the reception of the one Hundred and Kintli Trench mortar Battery which contains Many Ames and Nevada Young men expected Home sometime within the near future. Mothers of the boys will hold a meeting next tuesday evening at. Which time the problem will be More thoroughly gone Over. A South Dakotan has discovered a method by which skunks May be fumigated. He can sell his recipe to lots of would be politicians. A Man May not realize it at the time but Fortune often knocks on his door when a woman refuses to marry him. Eat at i martyrs ii Arcadia Lodge no. 249 a. F. Amp a. M. Stated meeting first thursday evening of each month. Sojourning members of Tho Craft cordially invited to attend. Joshua chapter no. 127 j it. A. M. Stated convocations second Friday evening of each Mouth. All Royal Arch masons cordially invited. Goebal Council no. 5 it. Amp 8 m. Stated assemblies third monday evening of each month. Visitors Welcome. O. E. S. Laura chapter no. 115 regular meeting first tuesday of each month i scottish rite Assembly regular meeting the first Wear essay evening of each month. 11 i im-1 collect crap car repairing automobile supplies All work guarantee 0 Mason amp trip on Lincoln Way just West of College the fresh Home made pies at All Tim or claw \ cigars and soft drink. Try us v. B. Lerdall pro Price a a. A tit. T a. Taa a it. J1 i Quot w a a rtt poultry ton will keep your Chicks health new location i Block West of West Gate 4 a a special meeting t Arcadia Lodge will meet on thursday evening Jan. 9 at 7 o clock Sharp for e. A. Degree. I do to of convocation of Joshua chapter Friday evening Jan. To Ait 7 30. After a Short by Ness session the Mark master Der let will be conferred. Wolf s liquid poultry mixed with the drinking water Dot prevent and relieve indigent Jot Rhea leg weakness. Gapes ant common ailments which desire Lions of Chicks annually. Wolf ii quid poetry also regulates the blood to digestive organs and is Indish in preventing and treating canker Limbe Meck Pip and ailments among the hens. Come in today Anc bottle on our Money Back a in unit your dealer is authorized to Reft Money it it foils. To satisfy. Insist on Wolf i it is made to satisfy Cir ale by f. J. Olsan amp sons Ames Iowa. Edwards at Dreher Nevada ,,.hi Mimi Iii i a a a a a a i we wow mime a h i 111 i t a a a a it i Lull iou a a a a a a two la a a a Ltd it re a a a a a tit i Clea Ning pressing re mod Elin Annex tailors and c one Block West of West Gate hand tailored suits and overcoats $25 and up in leaders i melt a Ltd or ladies work a specially i ser vice of v. Phone 369 qua i a i

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