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Ames Thursday Evening Times (Newspaper) - January 16, 1919, Ames, Iowa My amiss tune thursday of Srauy if Tow Ames evening times daily except Bonds published by the times print inn comps ii j. I. To Lohn. Re i lot and Gen Mimpfer Buie red As second class matter at the Post office at Ames under the act of Faly id 1914, on year by by Carrier $3.60. Quot democracy is the govern met a la people by the people for the fit of it a Abraham Lincoln jul democracy Means not Quot i am As Good As you Are but a you Aras Good As i am a Theodore Parker the College Homb Tho members of the College bomb Board Are now Busy preparing for the annual edition to to printed during the coming Spring. It has been a Little More than 25 year. To Nee the first bomb was published. The c a of 1894 during the Junior year was the first to enter upon this interesting and Worth while Enterprise. 0 Lee. Now judge Cd Lee of ame was editor in chief. At that time there were eighteen member of the faculty and Twenty nine assistants and instructors prof. L. H. Pummel was listed a it on honorary member of the smoking club. F. Ii. Schlater who is now cashier of the Story county Trust and sax lugs Bank w is a member of Tho fan Cus track team. In a report showing daily attendance at Chapel during the month a i August 189a, James Wilson who a then head of the agriculture a Par tent and afterwards culled sent Secretary of agriculture was one it three to be present at All Chapel in lugs and was credited with Loo per cent. Miss Maria Roberts received credit pc r 62 As per cent a. Marston 56 l4 per rent s. W. Boyer and i. B Spinney St a per rent e. W. Stanton 31 4 per cent and in. La. Cancun. P. Curtiss and w la. Meeker were not present a All receiving a percentage of of per cent. The i. A. C colors were Gold Silva r an Black and the College yell was As follows hip. A hip. Habeda Baloo Bailee he. A zip Boom i a of the Ames times advertised in the first bomb in 1893 that they executed Quot the neatest cleanest Job printing of any office in the county. Pro twang posters society cards of All kinds printed in the highest style o the Fop it mint i i Man helped while the four a Lute men. Hav it been disbanded and honorable do charged while their voices Wake the echoes no More still a their souls g marching after the foil if Nuh men had been on duty for some to no it began to Dawn upon the audient that much could he said in one Hun tired and Twenty seconds. Audiences have just made covery that ten minute add Reg banquet. Re highly enjoyable have become so accustomed rambling discourses at such that ii 4 at i the y Long. Fuse radiators Why buy a new Radiator you can get your old one rebuilt Good Atta new one and save from si2.00 to 825 on All radiators. A few of the Standard models. Us Fords. $21.50 Vijh Fords. 123.50 Ink Dodge. Sol j Ink Dodge. 531.58 us Maxwell. Guijo i otters is a la Srim Artel Rusdi Ater shop Ames Iowa Lions t ii a i they believed it must it a go. Because it bad to ways be. Ii so. But after the four minute run anti people changed their minds. \ new Rule is the Rosus to. Speake banquets Are limited to ten minute which enables them nut pm Oil t to assure possible guests that they Mil got Horn before the next morning. The new Rule i really based on the experience of the nation. Not one Man in a Hundred will read a Ion editorial or a Long Magazine article. Lie wants the St to it boiled Down. Perhaps part of the credit belongs it Abraham Lincoln the most Lemon of All american addresses full of ii Ding full of ideas and excellent in form and finish can to read in much less than four minutes. That is Tho object of the Ames evening times. The management i endeavouring to give you a newspaper containing the local news foreign news state and National happening boiled Down. The times is a by. Y Man s paper. A paper which of Ltd the Field completely and in a few words. Why read several columns of stuff to get what can be printed in a dozen lines j Pendant than Mere Book learning but rather the learning of the thing that on is Best fitted for. And it Xxiii be seen that Carlyle Pree Eood the com inanity movement by Many years. It matters lit cd however who originated the idea. Carlyle May have gotten it from some one who had been dead Many years and again he May have found it Bidden away in some old forgotten volume. The main thing is that it be done. If i he Community a a enter movement Neva accomplishes anything Els than t discover what i Best in Young folks and xxx bal is Bent for them the tiling for which they Are fitted and which will Ever he a source of unending pleasure and gratification to them then will Tho Community Center work be one of the Best things Ever Bro to this or any Oiler land. There Wilt to misfits even in la tor times but if that number can be reduced materially Holt a marvellously will human efficiency have been advanced and what is perhaps even More important Bow marvellously will human happiness have bean pro Mot cd simply by Laking the Square Peg out of the round Hob and vice versa. The More the Community cent r idea studied the More does it Eon Tain and the More attractive ought it to become to All who Are solely occupied with their own interests their own personality but who rout lie that a an is his brother s keeper and that a1 no n Are his Brothers. I a a a a personal Tom i n Iti pm i i wok in it appears that so far As Community Center work is concerned More accent is being placed upon education upon the chances for the Young upon the discovery for the development of hidden talents. It is fair to presume that almost All youngsters ii ave a special aptitude for something and it. Is one of tile greatest thine in the world to discover that up things and to get the youngsters Start d right. Thoma Carlyle h id something of the kind in mind when he wrote a that there should be one Man de ignorant who had capacity for know i ins this i Call a tragedy were it to. I More than Twenty times to Tho minute As by some computation. 1 apply to the word knowledge something much More inv i Mil Reaid cab Vuk fill Kus i he responsibility pertaining to a portfolios Are becoming so enlarged and the duties so arduous that one Ufi r another of president. Wilson s official family Are resigning to enter upon More lucrative employment. Salaries of Cabinet officers May loom up Large in the i pc it of Many uninformed observers but they orc inadequate to meet the exceptional expense involved in official positions at Washington. Public requirements Are heavy and unless a Cabinet member is wilting to Bear a reputation for parsimony and fail to properly meet the multiform expectations of the general Public. Lie must Drain upon his private resources if fee is fortunate enough i have this puts Premium on the poli heal ambitions of wealthy men and a Handicap upon worthy men of limited cans this is not Good Public policy for the great Republic the richest of nations. Ambs mex in the Wah that there should be memorials for the in n who went from Ames to make the world Safe for democracy of that there is Little doubt. Tit a sentiment is practically unanimous. But the next question is what will it be things builder by the hands May pass away. Metal and Granite yield to tie of i Unace of time and the elements Iuit a real Book would be As Young s inspiring As valuable after live Hundred years As it would be on the Day it wan published. Why not n real Hook on Atmos Mon in the War pure buckwheat flour s1,- cents per Pound. C. I Haug. Home Sweet Home by Jack Wilson and if Yoo get through with you music cos son before i get Back f f?0m the Petit Kex. You wait smythe \ fax Cha of Tom a Hoh smut he s out of town this Yuh la Home to go Over to the Denti Stano wait while i get fax to up a a a or. And mrs. L. A Elliot went to bes Moines this morning to visit their son Jay who is now stationed at Camp Dodge. L. Larson of it. Dodge was a business visitor Here yesterday. Mrs a l. Hall and mrs. Carl a ii Derson Are in Des Moines today visiting their sons who Are stationed a. Camp Dodge. L. F. Hickey of Oskaloosa was Here yesterday on business. John regret of Whitewater kans., visited Friend Here yesterday or. F. M. Stewart went to Des Moines this morning to spend the Day with Lier son lox xxx to is with Tho inti the Hospital corp at Camp Dodge. Ted Houghan is in Des Moines today on business. Mrs. Stella Waltz tit Nevada is visiting mrs. Alt i Simmons. Parsons returned Frow Cedar drove. La., today where Hie had been visiting at the Homo of Are sifter mrs. Ii. Al. Anderson of that City. Kuza fifth and Pell hah son of Bor City Weic visiting Here yesterday. R. I Barley of Hock Island was Mere yesterday on Busic is or. End mrs. E. It Mack of St. L lib visited friends Here a St it i Lay mrs Robert Clark of Gilbert h in Ami today visiting relatives and it fend j. Ii. Pearson of Centor vip 1 pc lore \ siting his daughter alts. Black of the Chipley c it. Airs Scofield Xvi it to Des Moines this morning on by Moss. Mrs. Earl Zeller xxi has been Here visiting at the Home of Lier parents or. And mrs. George Baker returned i ii r Home at Jefferson Lii morning. Mrs. J. A Hoppes accompanied be to Hor Home. Mrs. Mcneil wont to Gilbert this mating to Pend til a Day with Hor i daughter airs. West or a. Shaw of Des Moines who has Bien Hee visiting at the Howard Adams Home returned to her Home yesterday afternoon accompanied by Lier Little grandson. Robert Lee Adams who will make a Short visit there air. And mrs. S. L. Akin went t i i Moines yesterday to spend a few Days with relatives and friends. A baby girl was born to or. And airs. A l. Quail at alar Greeley Hospital tuesday evening. Til Urlow Deal of it. Des Moines visited his parents. Air. And mrs. Ham Deal yesterday. Albs Lucite Logan of St. Louis is a guest at the Home of air. S. A Beach on the Campus. Harry u brow to returned til a ii in f. In Mil Yankee who. He attended a Lime Rig of the exerts Ltd is Vine i t National association of at cts for the not i West earn Mufti. Life insurance cd us a it corp. Albert Hartzell a arrived trom Camp Dodge and he and airs Hartzell xviii make their ii me at 120. Dom a for the or u. He entered a to duties a the c a a a. Day. Alias Anno Stevenson sister of prof. Stevenson who has open visited in Ames is having a very interesting experience in Washington where atle is occupational Aid in the Walter heed Hospital. Word has come from Winner s. Iof Tho death of erne. Dewell a member of the class of 9 4 of i. S. C. His wife will to remembered As Edith Hermon of the id ass of 9 7. City deals direct with Farmers Uncial Bohemian loves to pose to have ills name and his deed blazoned before the world. Ile must fee dining and wining and generally talking that to finds work almost crowded out. Yet he never wearied of Tel ing what he is going to do. And he Deal by Levos the ideas of the soul mating Affinity seeking Quot Type. Ile in in Short an unadulterated fraud. A woman of this Type is the dangerous influence which enters the life of the Nicholas Elliott a in a a woman weapons Eparaim ant s newest picture starring Beautiful Ethel Clay ton which will he shown at the Princess theatre Friday. The role is played with skill by Vera what Aoi w ill see at the twin Star today Mary Miles Minter in a the eyes of i i to As Clever a Story and pretty a Star a., you could desire to also i Hearst of the news. This is rent showing the president Abd mrs. Wilson arriving in France. The immense crowds wonderful decorations. Everything is interesting Quot the return of the american Fleet Quot the gun that spelled Victory and other a ones Don miss it adv. Go South Young lady go South John g Mcgrath Community Secretary and postal agent Park View soil of Community Center at Washington i c., the first City on my nit y Secretary meets mrs Anna Plowmanm it Kay. Community Secretary and postal agent of die food producers at Surratte Ville. My. These two communities ,.re connected by postal motor truck which enables in people of Washington to Deal directly with the Farmers of Maryland Day a splendid dinner was Gaved and each received a few re ate Nill ranges of the occasion. Air. And mrs. Amil Mathison and mrs. Haiti i Cason were present to in with t hem. Miv. A. Helfenstein spent Friday night in Ames v. Ith friends. Ail Wright went to Des Moines Friday night. Rev. W Ssler was called to Exira Friday to it fib late at the funeral of Friend. Clarno it Davis of Ames spent monday in Gilbert with his grandparent air. And airs. N. Sevanson. Or. A re dim More was called to Gilbert evening by the serous illness of Bis wife. George Hallie was on the sick list the first part of the week. Pauline Gilmore spent sunday Ait h Helen a. At id s. John Hill p. Wallace Huffmaster Nave gone it o the feed business and unloaded a car of feed Friday. Tho Are Loc lied in the old mat Besom building. Stella Hausa Nan and Leah Oile by. Icy spent saturday in Ames. Or. And airs. James Sawyer am limn and mrs. Hattie Dickinson were Over sunday guests of airs. Lou Sawyer. Sylvia hot lines spent sunday with Quot go South Young lady and get a close up of summer styles a nation at peace again and a general Prosperity prevailing see society flocking Back to the Southland for the Winter months and incidentally wearing new frocks which Are forerunners for late Spring and summer styles on the left a Pussy Willow of Rose sri White while on the right a Navy voile skim hides under a Navy Blue tunic the frock of indestructible voile it is an afternoon frock Isabel or min Vav air -. Mil per xx1 Johnson. A Milford Shearer and Betija week end guests of or. Amt Bur Abrams i Hoagland and Myrle Poppa sengers to Ames Satui so you ought to 5�� my go on #1 new skates of y00&u>nt< haul to go Todek test i could Sho so you when get of a Crete and Jav Tow news from Gilb Jit the ladies a ssi onary society of the congregational Hurt ii met with mrs. J. Ausmun on wednesday last with ii Good crowd in attendance. Miss a Arrie e. Lake lit of Boi Idaho was Leader Alit Lake mud a splendid which was enjoyed by everyone present. We Hope to have her w the u often during the year. Quite a number came Forward Ami paid their dues in Advance for the whole year which was Good As the society eau begin meeting their obligations the first of the year $100 was voted for the parsonage debt xvii Chwa paid out of the contingent Hind. Tin Speaks Well for tile society for their first meeting of the year the civic improvement club Mot with airs. John Hill with a fair a Tendance. A very pleasant time was enjoyed and an interesting meeting was held Dainty refreshments Wen served. Airs. Leu Sawyer and airs. Mary Wright were invited to Story City on thursday. Hie 9th, to help Jam Sawyer eat a big birthday dinner Given by hts wife. Mrs. Wrght amt janie.,�?T birthday come on tile Sam or. A the flu airs. At hit i Dan it for set and in i Emer ire Iii with dress goods 11 pieces the it it Mai Oder of our special $1.25 to s3 value go yd., Friday and saturday i Shipley Black co a your Dollar Day was a Success because we gave real values Silks big assortment of Silks values to 82.50 per Yard Friday and saturday i wonderful Friday and saturday values Friday Only the remaining 3 pairs of our 81 2.50 army blankets Choice cd regulation army size 85 Sale of Fine Cre tonnes a regular Early january clean up Sale on Fine Cre tonnes. Buy now it for your Spring needs. See window us cd 85 Friday Only Nain Sook regular 30c Grade 36 in. Fin tissue the go Jio yes. Yard j i a for a $2.00 Ani Dinsmore is quite sick rental Swanson Home. If fun Vav to has been quite sick i weeks is improving nicely a his first trip downstairs on mom a aft Emoo mrs. Vern manges called on mrs. Benn sat inlay afternoon. Or Ala Hie of Whitten with Lyman it ii As his assistant ii ave it tire charge of the Ala Lite a Levator during or. Alibie s illness. Ira in d do called to sea air. Dan Griffin sunday afternoon Ori. Oliver of Ames attended i i at Ion Ary me ing bist wednesday. A s Folly Wakefield is spending a i. Days at the sum a Ell he Horn a his week i Iberia Gruber visited the week i re at Clinton. Airs. Tom Sawyer and mrs. R. Ai Clarks Are the new members of the missionary society for the january meeting. Wear looking for More to join the Good cause. Mrs. Dan Griffin went to Boone Friday returning in the evening bringing with her. Lier Little two year old son a Fine fellow he s. Or. And airs. Andrew Hanson and Bah were in Story City saturday or. And mrs. Arthur Abrams were shopping in Story City thursday. J ii. Jacobson of Story City transacted business in Gilbert monday. Mrs. V. A. Helfenstein and Leona Maui a spent saturday in Story City. Air. John husband of Story City was Iii Gilbert tuesday. Seventeen carloads of cattle Auh hogs were shipped from Gilbert last week or. And airs. John Hill spent tuesday in Boone. Mrs. Dias. Gilmore and Little Bab visited friends in Ames tuesday. Ben Gildersleve and cd l. Olson were Ames visitors tuesday. Mrs. John Aiken and daughter Over passengers to Ames tuesday morning. You rest while the Thor i does the work the Thor is a Cylinder Type washing machine beautifully enamelled with All moving parts completely covered. The wringer is equipped with a safety guard which makes accidents impossible. Best electric co. 130 main is. Phone 123 r i i ########44if m i Itutti a 1th i l f Lincoln armory dance at Boone Iowa Friday. January it. Sterns celebrated jazz orchestra. Francis Jordan adv i in Princess Friday the various Quot Bohemian Quot quarters so Cal i eel of the larger cities notably included within the precincts of Washington so. New York Are productive of Many men and women who assume a License in All matters of life that is denied the More retiring element of society or it least is not Given As much publicity for the Ai just off the press a that s me All Over Mabel by e. Streeter author of a Odere Mabel of which 500,000 copies were sold in 1918 every Page of this new Book contains a dozen laughs and As the Price is Only 75c you Are sure to get your moneys Worth and then some. Books on Sale today at students Supply store South Side Campus Ames news stand Down town

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