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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Ames, Iowa Nil rom menu thursday february Iii Ipp swim aka be a amp rtt cd m the attn to if the worn if Amu and skin try amp he. L c. My bsh to by blah it t St hts a Iii a. M Valenti n k party mias Mary Christ entertained a grow Poi Twenty Young ladies la., night at her Home on Hodge Avenue at a Valentine party Tho gut being girls in Tho Extension <1 part morn Law i a May Washer and miss Margaret beam. The refreshments and decorations were appropriate to the Valentine season. Light Nehru Hiu a it a were served i i Ntilis Hon l l i club the morn Liers of the twentieth Century i us will entertain their Hus w. Ii. B. Cd b the Vav. La. B. Dub met yesterday with or. And mrs. Merritt daily in Honor of or. And mrs. Howard Binger who leave soon for a new Home in the Northern part of the state. A Bountiful dinner was served in cafeteria style. Mrs. Binger was presented with a souvenir spoon by the members of the club. Then it coating will be february la with mrs. James Hale. Hook no Bahk it election the Book and bake a t flub tin bands or others members of the Fain yesterday at the Sheldon Munn hotel Fly or friends at a saturday Al the e. On Hyland Avenue o clock dinner a Howard Home la. I. Cd b the double dozen club were entertained at 6 20 of look dinner at the Home of re. And mrs. It. B. Hawley. Who were assisted by prof. And mrs m. Mon in son and or. Anti mrs. K. F. Burton. After dinner two piano solos were Given by Bonilla Burton stories of Lincoln s life were told Arni a social time it enjoy it. Guests present aside from to my tubers of the club were supt. Anti mrs e. J. Bod Well or. And mrs. Albert Hansel or Amil mrs. It f. Judkins or. And mrs Clyde Mckee end or and mrs. Vav cd Hunter. A delicious luncheon being served in mrs cd. Lee s rooms and the Bual in is taking place in mrs. Muntis apartment. Election of officers re ulsted in mrs. M. A. Manning toeing elected president mrs. Lee Vic president a mrs. Brail recording Secretary mrs. Hulta corresponding dec rotary mrs. Schick a treasurer. Flowers and cupids decorated Tho rooms in recognition of the Valentine season. In i i Rivins this Kvin int with mrs c. La. Stage which had been announced for next saturday been postponed until february 2 it w. R. C. The Relief corps will hold regular session Friday Ute Moon in Moose Hall at 2 of lock. Needlecraft i b the needlecraft club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mas. D. L. Iverson 603 fifth Street. A. It. Circle Dinn for Tho dinner Given yesterday by the i. A. It. Ladies in Honor of or. And mrs. Henry wets ter Man at the Library was attended by a Large number of the members of Hie g. A. It. And their wives. After dinner mrs. Hartwell the presided called the com puny to order arum announced a Short program. Master Edwin Loughran gave Lincoln s Gettysburg address and a patriotic Reading was Given by mrs. Mary and one by mrs. A has. A Milton. Mrs. Hartzell then addressed or. And mrs. Westerman telling of the regret of the Circle that they Are leaving Ames and presented mrs. West Milan with a pin of the order from the Circle mrs. Westerman gave a Happy response and or. Western a spoke to the Bim Redes in Farewell. A number of patriotic songs were Sung by the audience in closing. The Hall was Doc miss Clara co Kimble w ill entertain a 0rated with Many tinges in commie in comp. By of Young Ftp ads this evening. Ii Vromon v cd b the meeting of the Harmony club a a Princess today Vern Fox presents Evelyn Nesbit and son Al Issei. To i we in a the woman w Holt Lave Quot she was an artist s Model in the Bohemian studios of Paris but she hated her own Beauty. Evelyn be Slot the world s most Beautiful woman is one of the Best dressed women in the world. Doming Friday ilk vix ins society Doc circus real live dogs not a moving picture twin Atar today Lithe Clayton in a a soul without windows what is it Why was she called a Hopama a also heard Pattie week tomorrow�?1 Charlotte a the famous ice skater in a the Frozen warning besides a highly interesting Story there la some really wonderful skating Aud Back to nature dancing. To bal in Charlie it Harlin in a shoulder arms a terrific Quot 3 reel assault on the huns to in Star saturday and sunday 4-14 l,v,h,i.5�?oi,, a Hgt h4 i oration of Lincoln s birthday. \ssf>1 Bly of fac i Ltd women s cub tin monthly Assembly of the faculty women s club was held yesterday afternoon preceded by the usual it Abinet luncheon. Dean Catharin Mackay Sinnot implied Tho coming of miss Winifred f. Gibbs of the do i Paru nout of agriculture at washing lion d. Cd Lio will give an address Friday at 4 15 in agricultural Hall. Tho subject of the address will be on j a planning budgets for the miss Gibbs was formerly connected with the association for improving the conditions of the poor in new York City. She was also Quot tit As a Delegate to the Congreve in Brussels Belgium 1909, an Home education. All women of the Colleg and Ames Are invited to attend the convocation. V i mrs. Fish announced the reception for All new members at the Home of air. Beach tie president saturday. Feb. To at 3 of clock. Mrs. L. B. Is i Raidt i Seji Ted the play to be Given in the High school auditorium feb. 510 and 21 for the Benet it of the Quot biennial fund. An interesting feature of the Quot program was tin playing by professor Kuhinka on the violin of a stanza each of no ional hymns of Many nations. Or. Kuhinka was accompanied by miss Ann Elliott on the piano. The number closed with the Star spangled Banner. Miss Etbel Rya Miller gave a talk on a apr Omaha in Home decoration and a group of songs was Given pm mrs. Judisch. Miss Helen t Rex Al who represent Iii the College y. W. At Lake Geneva co foresee last summer gave a report of that meeting an or not in read a of a Jette of Roku a teach or of the Quot French orphan w to is being support. D by the club. The letter was translated by airs. Arvilla and was quite lengthy but full of interest to the Assembly. Illinois Coal is Here our old Friend a big Ben Quot turned after eight months from this Coal zone. Call 232 or 233 a big Bev Furnace or nil Coal for your or Range. Has re absence for a Load of Healing Plant Lincoln Armor dance Boone Iowa every Friday night Sterns on Hestgr. Francis Jordan manager. 249-2t for painting and paper hanging Call j l. Miller red 988. Sll of the Lowry pharmacy is now showing the Dirge Wall paper of indisputable Merit. E o d 24 8-tf Gilchrist Coal and Feld co. To mar a give ii Quot your orders for Penn. Hard Coal. Have cars in transit now Ames Grain Ai Coal co. E. O. D. 24 4-tf 1919 Spring and summer fabrics have arrived. I. S. Hicks seventh and Douglas. E . 248-31 Best Kentucky and Southern Illinois Coal for Sale. Allies Grain a Coal co. E. O. D. 242-tf Plush co ats 3 riday sati i Rda y i s / Tho Davs extra White Sale offerings for Friday and saturday big bed sheets special prices on half Price 5 Doz sheets i in. X 90 in. In Day and saturday $1.59 to Quarter sheeting i Quarter sheeting a Quarte sheeting Nain Sooks muslims Long cloths Towel. New crepe de Chines Shipley Black co. For your Spring curtains baby garments in All styles shirts bands Etc in Cotton Wool or Wool and silk see them we personal or. And mrs. Earl rooter came in Lasit night from Council Bluffs and will remain at the j. B. Noose Home on Duff ave until or. Loosen fully recovers from his recent severe attack of influenza. Ami Allen of fort Dodge visited with Bis parents or. And mrs a. F. Allen in Ames the first of the week. L. C. Tilden was in Des Moines yesterday attending the grocers convection. Or. And mrs. R. H. Mccarthy have received word that their son Carroll has landed in new York. Mrs. F. W. Linebaugh of Boone attended Hie meeting of the Book and Basket club yesterday and the luncheon Given by mrs. C. G. Lee and mrs f. H. Maim. Or. And mrs. Tom Dodds have disposed of the ranch at Arapaho Quot Springs col., and have joined the utter s father. Or. Daniel embryo at san Diego California and Wil. Probably locate on a ranch in that state. J. C. Prall who is in new York n y. M. C. A. Work will soon sail for France but expects to visit his family in Ain s before leaving. Or. And mrs. A t. Summons of Chicago Are visiting relatives and friends in Ames. W. Ii. Bender of Kansas City a Quot Insaeng business in Ames yesterday. Or. Of Dell of Dayton who accompanied his w Ife to Ames for an Opura Ion att Mary Greeley Hospital returned to his Home this morn hug. A meeting Baa been called for 8 of clock thursday night at the knights of pythias Hail Nevada of All discharged soldiers and sailors of that City for tin purpose of perfect ing or at least Starling the Organiza Tion of the boys of the world War in that Community. An urgent invitation is extended to All former service men to be present. The Board of supervisors will be in session Friday at which time they will receive bids and let contracts tor Bridge work in the county for the year As Well As furnishing of the Cor Ligated Iron. Culverts to be used Over the county during the current season. The Board at a recent meet no on the it table it Hetu of Milford township Drain no. 90 adjourned for i rehearing which will be held february 21. There is to be some objections to the establishment of the cd is riot and the Board was looking Over the ground yesterday. Adolph Otto for Many years a reside it of Zearing and later North of Nevada dropped dead while working in his Orchard near Cedar Falls. H was trimming Trees when he was taken ill with a spell of his heart members of the family found i body. A my trial has been granted in the Quot Case of a. C Kingsbury is Ira j set Ott in which a jury at the january a a a nil of District court found a verdict for the plaint of in the full amount asked torn $794. This Case arose out of the settlement of the old b. A Lockwood Grain company bankruptcy proceedings in which Kingsbury a a preferred creditor. Or. Scott is a Anu s attorney who had Kingsbury Laim. The suit was Over the fee. As a result of their failure to show up in court last week utter bark and Miller attorneys Iii the Case of Cha a. Cd Herder administrator \ Frank w tonner. Of Maxwell a $20, damage ase will have to begin All Over As the cast was thrown out of it ourt by the judge. Schneider a brought suit against or. Wit met barging him with negligence care leanness and Gross disregard of frat Fie ordinances of the City of do Moines. It is Alleg d that on Marc 1918, Witmer while driving Hie automobile on the Street of the capital City ran Down the elder or. Schneider causing injuries from which to died a few hours later. For More than two hours this morn my a steady Stream of people could be seen making their Way from the College to the Down town District on foot for it a past 9 30 before a Street car Imade the trip Between tit Quot it of i age and the City proper. Lack of juice was tile cause. Jitney busses Dill a thriving business for a few hours and yet they could not accommodate the hundreds of people employed in Down town establishments. Lovers of Baske Ball and followers Quot i the Ames High school Are urged i attend the game tomorrow evening ai7 80 at which time the local five Iii play the Boone High school Quin it on i he local floor. Thompson a. Sui Ltd mod in filtering up his team to such an extant that they have the utmost Quot Iii to Deuce in ability to trip the visitors tomorrow night. It will be a Good game far better than the one Between Iowa state and the Kansas aggie tuesday evening and those who pent. Their Money in support of Thompsons men May lie assured that their mopey will be Well spent. Tonight Marks the opening of the j first a get together a meeting of Mem i Bors of the collegiate presbyterian i Chun h and their friends when the Quot bodies of that Church will serve a up i per at 0 20, charging Only the actual Cist of the meal. It is the intention of the Church officials to hold an of air of this kind once a week at which time an hour or so will be spent by the tin Teniers in getting acquainted with their neighbors and friends. It will not be one of those. Dry attains for a there will be some Bing of interest every moment. J j. H. Bell of Mallard visited last a night with his brother r. E. Bell in Ames. Miss Gladys Effort left. Yesterday morning for Chicago to take up Chau a qua work again under the red Pat h Bureau. Sgt. John Warburton leaves Tom or Row for a visit at Graettinger Iowa. Out windows a is easily one of the you la thoroughly enjoy it when you Best pictures of the entire year see it today at the twin Star theatre. A a a a a a a a a a til till 0��T���T��T��T�0 huh a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a the Lowry pharmacy is now showing the a Dirge Wall paper of indisputable Merit. E o 1 2 4 8-tf tailoring of Quality for Well dressed men. E. S. Hicks seventh and Douglas. E. O. D. 2 4 8-3t in o it two Man and a a Frame on one woman prominent Davenport Man by United press Davenport feb. 13 two men and a woman were frustrated in their attempt to carry out a blackmailing scheme on a Large scale today when detectives arrested them in the undertaking parlor of e. A Horrigan. Fred Kendall and a woman who claims to be his wife. And a greek named Richard Roc a do Are those under arrest. Horrigan called at the Kendall Home tuesday under the pretext that the family wished to pay a funeral Bill. When he entered the House mrs. Kendall threw her arms about his neck and then the husband and the greek jumped from their place of concealment. Later the latter threatened hint with a Dagger. Horrigan said. The undertaker was told that $500 would hush the affair. He said that he had no Money and arrangements were made for the three blackmailers to Call at the embalmers Home the following Day. Horrigan meanwhile. Notified the police. When the three approached wednesday Horrigan said he had $20 for each of them and another meeting arranged for today when $500 Iii marked Bills were turned Over to the Trio the detectives arrested them. I car per Back on to it Job sgt. Horace j. Harper an Ani Quot boy who graduated Hist year from the College is Back at his work in the soils Extension after she weeks ova seas from Camp Devens mass. Anil receiving his discharge from a amp Dodge Las week. He enlisted july 29. Rest Kentucky and Southern Illinois foal for tale Ames Grain a Coal co. E o. D 2 42-tf Spring overcoats tailoring of Quality. 7th and Douglas. And Suitan e. S Hicks . 248-31 Princess Toda Ever since Evelyn Nesbit was a Mere Gin barely twelve years old. So has been posing for noted Ulm trait of Aud artists. Among the first to employ her was Jessie Wilcox Smith whose harming drawing have delighted the american Public for years. After miss Nesbit Itu oved to new York she posed for Harrington maim probably the beat known of any of that j modern american artists. It is that or. Maim enjoyed pain. J ing miss Nesbit not merely because i of her adaptability As a Model but toe. Cause her Beauty gave him Relief from tile characterless debutantes and society Dew agers whose portraits were his specially. Mias Nesbit Haw a number of portraits of herself by Harrington Matin and Charles Dana Gibsom which the artists presented to her in appreciation of her services her life in the studios has Given her invaluable experience of which she makes use in a the woman who crave a a we Ham i Fox drama now being shown at Tho Princess theatre. Ultra smart for Spring very interesting Are the new Spring Oats which follow the Loose lines of capes. Embroidery and pin tucks yokes and novel belts Are details which Are different yet so carefully developed As to Call Forth enthusiastic exclamations from All who inspect the exclusive modes now featured for Spring. New Spring suits a of French Serge Tri Cotine and English mixtures Are either elaborate or quite simple in line but All Are incomparably attractive. French Blue and a variety of Browns Are specially favored. These exclusive interpretations reflect fashion s every Caprice in a truly enchanting manner. you like to try on these new garments the Tilden store a a �?oh-4-hk 1 i i i 4 4 a t i i a m i u i f l l 1ihm. Twin Star today a a soul without windows a is Tho unique and striking title of the new Woid picture in which charming Ethel Clayton is starred. The identity of the haul that is not possess i of windows is not revealed at the Start of the picture but Comet to the front after Many unusual and interest ing incidents toward the Middle of the film. Then when the person who has t his particular soul ii revealed How strikingly True and effective Hie title is. Miss Clayton is always charming always interesting always delightful but in this new prod Anthon a he reaches Heights of Charm she a. Never before attained. A a soul with will soon be Here Sun ii and if you want men a to be particular. Call 352 and get that kind of service ii dragon Transfer amp storage co. 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