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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Ames, Iowa No fora woman is depart men Finiw look hit Trot of Tea w of fit of a mat Aud hmm Tif urn. 4. A mint s4j, in film j. It v Austine a hts mists Mary Christ entertained a grou pet Twenty Young ladies last night at her Home on Hodge avos be it a Valentine party the guests being girl in the Extension d part in Cut �ik1 Mio May Washer and miss mar Garet Hearn. The refreshments and ttecwmi11cn-s were ppr Ltd a it Rentin to the Valentino season Light net i mends served. I pm ii i la i tin a m it Tho member of tin twentieth a Elury club will Vii Erfan their husbands or others numbers of the Lainily or fronds at a 7 o clock dinner saturday at tin k ii Howard Home on by kid Avenue. Ii. La. Pm h the i it double oaten club were enter i aimed at �,3<1 of Elook dinner at the i Home of Rev. And mrs. La. It. Hawley who were assisted by prof and mrs m. A or Tendon and or. And mrs. E. J f. Burton. After dinner two piano solos were Given by Bern a Burton stories of Lincoln life were told i end a social time enjoy <1. Guests present aside from mjg in bomb of the a dub were supt and mrs k. J. Id Well or. And mrs. Albert Hart re i. Or and mrs. It of Judkins or. And j mrs Clyde Mckim and or and mrs. W. C. Hunter. Vav. La. B. Pm it the Vav. La. B. Club met yesterday with or and mrs. Merritt belly in Honor of or. And mrs. Howard Olin a Ger who leave soon for a new homely the Northern part of the state. A j Bountiful dinner was served in cafe j Iona style mr1 Hinger was pre j smiled with a souvenir spoon by lh1 i j members of he club. The in a me Ting will be february la with mrs. James Dale. Hook Var Bahk it election the Book and Basket club me yesterday at the she Loo Munn botel a delicious luncheon being served in j mrs c g. Dee s rooms and the business taking place in mrs. Munnus apartment. Election of officers result d in mrs. M. A. Manning being elected president mrs. Lee Vic president mrs Brail recording secret a by mrs Hultz corresponding Berret Ary ared mrs Lehleiter treasurer. Flowers and cupids the rooms in recognition of tire Valentine season. Kit ii i Vins i his m in ing miss Grace Kimble will entertain a company of Young amends this evening. Ii vib Mon v Citti the mooting of the Harmony tub Princess today vim. Fox presents 1-Viilyn Nils it and son Russi i a in a the woman who gave Quot she was an artists Model in the Bohemia studios of Baris hut she hated her own Beauty. Evelyn Nesbit the worlds most Beautiful woman is one of tin Best dressed women in the world. Coming Friday Bry done a society dog circus real live dogs not a moving picture twin Star today Ethel Clayton in a a soul without windows1 what is it Why was she called a who Paina a also Hearst Bathe weekly tomorrow a Charlotte a the famous ice skater in a the Frozen warning besides highly interesting Story there is some really wonderful so Dag and Back to nature dancing. A a a a a a a a a a of i 11 in. Tit i Iii Charlie Chaplin in a shoulder arms a terrific 3 reel assault on the huns to in Star saturday and sunday w till mrs c. Ii. Stooge which had been announced for next saturday has been postponed until february Vav. La. Ithe Relief corps will hold regular be Don Friday afternoon in Moose Hall at 2 of Loek. Needle Hait club the needlecraft club will meet tomorrow afternoon with my. D l. I pc i son til 3 fifth Street. Hot it. A. La. Kirtle in inner the dinner Given yesterday by the it a. R. Ladies in Honor of or. And mrs. Henry Waterman at the Library was a i tended by a Large number it the members of the i. A. La. And their w Ives after dinner mrs. Hartwell the president called the com Patty to order and announced a Short program. Mooter Edwin Loughran gave Lincoln a Gettysburg address and a patriotic Reading was Given by mrs. Mary trillions and one by mrs. A has. Hamilton. Mrs. Hartzell then addressed or. And mrs. I Merman telling of 11n regret cd the Circle that they Are leaving Ames and present d mrs. Westerman with. A pin of the order from the Circle. Mrs. Vesterman gave a Happy response and or. Westert Nan spoke to the Birm rades in Farewell a number of patriotic songs mire Sung by the audience in closing. The Hall was decorated with Many Biages in commemoration of Lincoln s birthday. Assembly of i a. I i v women s i u the monthly Assembly of the faculty women a club was held yesterday afternoon preceded by the usual Cabinet luncheon. Dean Catharine Mac Iva f announced Tho of Ming of miss Winifred f. Gibbs of the department of agriculture at Washington la. Who will give an address. Bridal at 4 15 in agricultural Hall. The subject of the address will be on a planning budgets for the miss Gibbs was formerly connected with the a Ssofi action for improving the conditions of the poor in new York City. She was also amt As a Delegate to the Congress in Brussels Belgium 1909, on Horn education. All women of the College and Ames Are invited to attend the convocation. Mrs. Fish announced the reception for All new members at the Home of mrs. Beach the president saturday feb. 15 at 3 of clock. Mrs l. B. Schmidt presented the play to be Given in the High school auditorium. Feb. 20 and 21 for tin Benefit of the biennial fund. An interesting feature of the program was the playing by professor Kuhinka on the violin of a stanza each of a Lanai hymns of Many nations. Or Kuhinka was accompanied by miss Ann Elliott on the piano. The number closed with the Star spangled Banner. Miss Ethelwyn Miller gave a talk on a problems in Home decoration and a group of songs was Given it it mrs. Judisch. Miss Helen Trexel who represented the College y. W. Al Lake Geneva conference last summer gave a report of that meeting an mrs Noble read a translation of a letter from a teacher of the French orphan who is being supported by the club. The letter was translated by mrs. Arville and was quite lengthy but full of interest to the Assembly. Illinois Coal is Here our old Friend a big Ben has returned after eight months absence from this Coal zone. Call 232 or 233 >2si., a big Ben Quot Furnace or nut Coal for your Healing Plant or Range. Gilchrist Coal Ai feed co. Lim Oln armory Danke Boone Iowa every Friday night. Sterns orchestra. 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 Birge Wall paper of indisputable Merit. 2 4 8-tf give us your orders for Benn hard Coal. Have cars in transit now. Ames Grain a Coal to. E. O. I. 24 4-tf 1919 Spring and summer fabrics have arrived. E. S. Hicks. Seventh and Douglas. E of. 248-ot Best Kentucky and Southern Illinois foal for Sale. Ames Grain a Coal to. E. O. D. 24 2-tf Plush co ats Iuda a Xvi l l Rda v last Tho Davs half Price extra White Sale offerings for Friday and saturday big bed sheets 5 Doz. Sheets i in. X 90 in Friday and saturday $1.59 special prices on to Quarter sheeting i Quarter sheeting to quartet sheeting Nain Sooks muslims Long cloths towels new crepe de Chines Shipley Black co. Tor your Spring curtains baby garments in All styles shirts bands Etc. In Cotton Wool or Wool and silk see them a personal a a a a a a a a a wow or. And mrs. Earl rouser came in Lami night from Council Bluffs Ami will remain at Tho j. B. Rouser Home on Dun ave. Until or. Loosen fully recovers from his recent severe at Taek of influenza. Ami alien of fort Dodge visited with his parents or. And mrs. A. F. Allen in Ames the first of the week. L. C. Tilden was in lies Moines yesterday attending the grocers Eon pm Ion. In. And mrs la. Ii. Mccarthy have received word that their son Carroll has landed in new York. Mrs. F. W. Linebaugh of Boone attended the meeting of tire Book and Basket club yesterday and the luncheon Given by mrs. C. G. Lee Ami mrs f. A maim. Or. And mrs. Tom Dodds have disposed of the Tench at Arapaho Springs col., and have joined the hitters father. Or. Daniel it Sjuve at san Diego California and Wilt probably locate on a ranch in that state. J. C. Brail who is in new York in y. M. C. A. Work will soon sail for France hut expect to visit his family ill Ani a before leaving. Or. And i s. C. T. Sern mane of Chicago Are visiting relatives Anil friends in Ames. W. Ii. Bender of Kansas City was transacting business in Ames yesterday. Air. Of Dell of Dayton who accompanied his w if to Ames for an operation at Mary Greeley Hospital returned to his Home this morning. A meeting has Bien called for 8 of clock thursday night at the knights of pythias Hall Nevada of All discharged soldiers and sailors of that City for the purpose of perfecting or at least starting the organism lion 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 for Bridge work in the county for the year As Well As furnishing of the corrugated Iron culverts to be used Over the county during the current season. The Board at a recent meeting on the establishment of Lilford own ship Drain no. 90 adjourned Tov a rehearing which will i be held february 21. There is to in some objections to the establishment of the District and the Board was looking Over the ground yesterday. Adolph Otto far Many years a resident of Zearing Aud later North of Nevada dropped Dot and w Hile working in his Orchard near Cedar Falls. He was trimming Trees when he was taken ill with a spell of his heart. Members of the family found ins body. A new trial has been granted in the Case of a. C. Kingsbury is Ira j. Scott Iii which a jury at the january term of District court found a verdict for the Imai utile in the full amount asked tor�?$794. Thu Case arose oui of tile settlement of the old b. A Lockwood Grain company bankruptcy proceedings in w Hie i Kingsbury was i preferred creditor. Air. Scott is an Ames attorney who had Kingsbury a claim. The suit was Over the fee. As a result of their failure to show up in court last week. Utter hark and Miller attorneys in the Case of Chai. A. Shneider administrator is Frank i tinier of Maxwell a $20,000 damage Case will have to begin All Over As the cast was thrown out of it ourt by the judge. Schneider has Broil Gilt suit against or. Witmer charging him with negligence Artic is Ness and Gross disregard of traffic ordinances of the City of Des Moines it is alleged that on March 3, 1918, Witmer while driving his automobile on the streets of the capital City ran Down the elder or. Schneider causing injuries from which he died a jew hours later. For More than two hours this morning a steady Stream of people could be seen making their Way from the College to tile Down town District on toot for it was past 9 30 before a Street car made the trip Between the College and the City proper. Lack of juice was the cause. Jitney busses did a thriving business for a few hours and yet they could not accommodate the hundreds of people employed in Down town establishments. Lovers of basketball and followers of thames High school Are urged to attend the game tomorrow evening ait7 30 at which time the local five will play the Boone High school quintet on the local floor. Thompson Hasu it i ceded in blistering up his team to such an extent that they have the utmost Confidence in ability to trip the visitors tomorrow night. It will be ii Good Gasimie far better than the one Between Iowa state and the Kansas aggie tuesday evening and those who spent their Money in support or Thompsons men May he assured that their Money will be Well spent. Tonight Marks the opening of the first a get together a meeting of members of the collegiate presbyterian Church and their friends when the ladies of that Church will supper at 0 30, charging Only the actual Cost of the meal. It is Tho indention of the Church officials to hold an affair of this kind once a week at which time an hour or so will be spent by the inv embers in getting acquainted with their neighbors and friends. It will not ire one of those dry a it a Iris for there will be something of interest every moment. J. H. Bell of Mallard visited lust might with his brother la. E. Bell in Ames. Miss Gladys Ufford left yesterday morning for Chicago to take up Chautauqua work again under the red xxi i ii Bureau. Sgt John Warburton leaves Toner Row for a visit at Graettinger Iowa _ thursday february ii hip out windows a is easily one of the you la thoroughly enjoy it when you Best pictures of the entire year Ace it today it the twin Star theatre Ihmi it 4 1 the Lowry pharmacy is now showing the Bingo Wall paper of indisputable Merit. 248-tf tailoring of Quality for Well dressed men e. S. Hicks seventh and Douglas. E. D. 2 4 8-3t frustrate blackmail scheme of 3 persons two men and one woman a a Frame on prominent Davenport Man i in United press Davenport. Feb. 13. Two men and a woman were frustrated in their att Emit to carry out a blackmailing scheme on a Large scale today w Hen detectives arrested them in the undertaking Parlours of e. A Horrigon. Fred Kendall and a woman who claims to be his wife and a greek named Richard Roca do Are those under arrest. Horrigan called at the Kendall Home tuesday under the pre Tex that the family wished to pay a funeral Hill. 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 him 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 in marked Bills were turned Over to the Trio the detectives arrested them. Harper Back the Job sgt Horace j. Harper an Ames boy who graduated lust year from the College is Back at his work in th1 soils Extension after six weeks overseas from Camp Devens mass., and receiving his discharge from crap Dodge last week. He enlisted july 29. Best Kentucky and Southern Illinois Coal for Sale. Ames Grain amp Coal co. E. O. D. 242-tf Spring overcoats and Suita a tailoring of Quality. E. S. Hicks 7th and Douglas. . 248-31 Princess today Ever Alae Evelyn Nesbit was a Mere Gir Ltd barely twelve years old she has been posing for noted illustrators and artists. Among the first to employ her was Jessie Wilcox Smith Wilkso charming drawing have delighted the american Public for years. After miss Nesbit noved to new York she posed for Harrington Mann probably the Best known of any of the modern american artists. It is that or. Mann enjoyed painting miss Nesbit not merely because of her adaptability As a Model but because her beamy gave him Relief from tile characterless debutantes and society dowager whose portraits were his specially. Miss Nesbit has a number of portraits of herself by Harrington Mann and Charles Dana Gibson which the artists presented to her in appreciation of her services. Her life in the studios has Given her invaluable sex Jieri ence of which she makes use in a the woman who gave a a William Fox drama now being shown at Tho Princess theatre. Ultra smart for Spring very interesting Are the new Spring Coats 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 111111811 n 1111 it tt-f-11 ilium i a a a a a it t so n u i Muhm. I. A a / ? fnunttvuj8 r in a to jutting 1 twin Star today a a soul without windows is the unique and striking title of the new world picture in which charming Ethel Clayton is starred. The identity of the soul that is not possessed of windows is not. Revealed at the Start of the Pic Ture but comes to Tho front alter Many unusual and interesting incident toward the Middle of the film. Then when the person who has this particular soul is revealed How strikingly True and effective the title is. Miss Dayton is always charming. Alway interesting always delightful hut in this new production a he reaches Heights of Charm she has never before attained. A a soul with will soon be Here and if you want men to be particular. Call 352 and get that kind of service la j Dragoun Transfer s storage co. Ii i \ a a serves you rights j j i i n111 to 11 ii r a a a a a a a a a a a a

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