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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Ames, Iowa A Are not satisfied until we satisfy our readers we strive to please believing it can be done volume xxvi Ames Story county Iowa thursday Krum any a to Hhd in Murk 2wo i working on theory that As Sault May he part of anarchist plot aged Premier resting easy Bullet us at Vej in shoulder near Simar a operation May not be necessary by United pres Parise Fob 20.�?french author it log with the co operation of i Tell Genco offer Era of the associated Power thin afternoon continued the or weeping investigation into the attack on Premier Clemenceau which resulted in the aged stateman receiving a alight wound from a revolver Bullet. Officials Are working on the theory that the attack May be a part of a plot against the principal a1 lied leaders although nothing Baa he a unearthed a yet. In support of the theory. It is understood Clemenceau if resting easily and there has been no serious developments the bulled a been located in his shoulder near the spine and it is said an operation for its removal might not he necessary. The attack on Clemenceau was interpreted by the British pre today As an instantaneous outcropping of bolshevik so throughout the world the morning news fears an outbreak of assassinations and suggests International activities be undertaken to Deal with the anarchists aboard the cos Georgic Washington at sea. Reb. Set president Wilson sent the following message of condolence to be conveyed to Premier Clemenceau. It was sent to Lansing and the american peace delegation in Paris a please present my Condo Lent to i. Clemenceau who has my Heartfelt sympathy. I am joyous Over Bis is. Ape a i sincerely Hope the reported alight injuries Are altogether True i was deeply shocked at the news of the attack chinaman Whites for by i Dence til at College in in. Vertner in Orient is Miowne by letter a games advertises the world Quot in it again made itself ii Parent in a letter of inquiry recently received from China by the engineering de Cartman of Iowa state collage the student is Apa rent y an advanced student in his own country and the letter is written in what is doubtless a Good chinese English style the letter in part is As follow Quot Are you plea slug to hear that Tho Fame of your institution for the engineering courses is not Only Well known in America but also in China a certainly of Are am you willing to let me know thoroughly about the institutions of your school and the subjects of your it Benth Al engineering course i Realise that a better understanding is much better than a More advertising. But the am if Lari to Between us is entirely depended upon your information. Kindly mail me a copy of your newest catalogue and All the information is ii in to Are essential for the new student. Hoping that you will Tell me everything which will help me in my preparation and awaiting your immediate favourable reply i am. Dear sir yours faithfully the College authorities do not care to i Luke Public the name of this ambitious chinaman. Most people Are polite at Home hut most of them leave politeness there and never have it for use in Public a to my a a a a a a s s up att the weather. Unsettled weather with now tonight and Eastern portion Fri Day. Somewhat colder West Jar Hon tonight. Fresh to Strong muffins winds. E a a a. Grapplers will meet Nebraska coach majr ser feels confident of Success with Corn huskers with the same team to go onto the mat Friday night that has appeared so successfully in the other meet held Here coach c. A. Mayser feels cd ruin of a Victory Over the Nebraska team in the annual clash of horns in the heavyweight grappling class. Breeden will appear to make Good the hard time he had with the Iowa opponent two weeks ago. Captain Schalk will represent the 175 Pound class Birch the 158, Thomson who featured the former meet 145, Lockling 135, and Jilson the Midge 125 Pounder. Ames to have lecture announcement of sch Edu is made today to <y>m1ine Imi la colleges it Medill american woman Soldier is listed sergeant Ruth Farnam who served in Serbia will Albear Here ties. Lowell Millett discredits i mors of i aka Nita by conditions at bask us died there since Camp built re Lort that Bihm yanks died there in Seim Ember and october is i Notri e note a the following is the first of a series of dispatches from Low Ell Millett regarding conditions at Brest where he has been making a personal editor i by t tilted press i Brest. France feb. 20 a brim May not be the Best military bae in tile world but it is far from being the worst in the opinion of officer and men permanently stationed Here investigation of the condition in i Der such circumstances As the situation will permit has faded to substantiate the charges that is a Quot pest Hole Quot and the no a Are victims of mismanagement. It is True in common with the rest of Western France there is an Over Supply of mud hut this is due to climatic condition this could not be averted As Brest was selected As a military base for strategic reason. Report of shocking condition and unsanitary food conditions Are entirely unfounded according to members of the Camp themselves. Rumours circulated in the United j states said 3,000 american soldiers j died in Bret during septet to r Ami j october last the facts Are Accord j ing to figures from november 1017, when the Camp where soldiers Eon i Gregal to await transports Home. I a established up to the first of the present month 1.211 men died from All causes Many of this number were victims of pneumonia and the Spanish influenza epidemic which was contracted Enro Ute Here or before they left the United states ailed a a free after Grade of a the inquiry into alien classes investigation of \ hons of Kansu governor Milia old Washington. Feb. 20 congressional investigation of losses among Kansas and Missouri troops it f the thirty fifty division in Tho Argonne fighting which gov. Allen of Kansas charged were unnecessarily heavy because of inefficiency and Lack of artillery will go Over until the next session of Congress. Gov. Allen completed the presentation of his request for an inquiry to the House rules committee and the committee in executive session elided that the time was too Short to permit a comprehensive inquiry at this session. Chairman pod said a general inquiry into the whole con dad of the War probably would lie ordered by the next Congress. More letters and reports of officers and men overseas were submitted today by gov. Allen. Gov. Allen declared there had been needless sacrifice of american soldiers during the seventy two hours before the signing of the armistice. The governor also appeared before the Senate military committee and repeater in part his statement of yesterday regarding the thirty fifty division. After careful consideration Tim committee having charge of the Community lecture course has decided. Notwithstanding the lateness of the season to offer a lecture course again this year. By combining with the lecture course at the College the committee 1b Able to secure exp optional Talent at very Low terms a an Opportunity too Good to Pas by. The speakers and dates Art As Foi lows feb. 25. Sergeant Ruth Farnam a nation at sergeant a diam Baa the distinction of having been so far As is known the Only american woman Soldier in the great War. At the beginning of the War she served in a serbian Hospital during the. Awful typhus epidemic and later enlisted in the serbian army. After being twice decorated she was made a sergeant in the first cavalry regiment of the Royal serbian army and fought constantly during the Long a d terrible Retreat the new tor throw ranks her with Molly Pitcher Captain belie Boyd and other Amor. Can heroines of previous wars and ads Quot Sergent Farnam May be proud of being in that Gallant company a com riling her lecture. Newell Dwight i his says a truth Farnam tory of her two year in Serbia As ? , Soldier and Counselor is a St or full of heroism self sacrifice pathos and Victory i wish nil the people could hear her lecture a the new York times Calls her address Quot one of the Noih interesting made Here by Auy of the warring countries Quot feb. 27, Charles Zebun of Boston. Noted publicist lecturer Ani author topic City government or. Zueblin has been Lance of do Moer Aeye Quot rating from leading american universities. After studying social movements in european universities Ann cities and after serving As social settlement worker in Cli Lea go. To was Foi sixteen y. A a i diversity Extension lecturer on social and civic topic for the University of Chicago. Since 1913 he has been an Independent lecturer and investigator. A to him democracy is not a form of gov a in men but a fait h and a life the life of All by the co operation of All. For the welfare of March 6. Edgar j Banks explorer author lecturer. Or. Banks has served As american Consul at bag dad Secretary to the american minister a Turkey. Professor of history. Robert College constantinople my Field director of the babylonian expedition of the University of Chicago to Bilya. Ile will give an illustrated let lure on Quot the seven won Der of the ancient world a comparison of the to nations As they were then and As they Are now. March 13 professor Charles Upson Clark of the american Academy Iii Rome will give an illustrated Ler lure describing Italy a part in the War. The italian government per muted or. Clark to visit the Battle line everywhere to take i own pie Tures. And has helped in every Way to secure authentic information and Stero Tuon and motion pictures. Pictures will show the amazing engineering feats of the italian army its Mountain fighting the building of cranes and cables to swing donkeys Cannon and munitions from one Peak to another Etc As prof. Clark i paid by tin american Academy in Home he devotes the entire lecture receipts to italian maimed and Blind soldiers. The fifth speaker is president Pearson who will give at a Date to be announced inter his illustrated lecture a some experiences in Europe All who heard president Pearson at the commercial club a Short time ago will wish to hear i illustrated lecture. If these lectures were secured on an Independent basis the expense for Talent alone would be Between Hoo and $.�?�00. By combining with the College committee it is possible to ofter the entire course of five numbers for the very Small sum of Sev Pearson talked to Illinois Farmers gave address before banners a in tit Ute in edict last night i storm it Sla Mai i m Vyr. Rival of than Quot. Lort Georgi u hint. Ion president jiving his time to work hts not Dei Ide is yet to address Jovi session of it Onori ins sex j to i Usu Ion Ute v Iowa pharmacists select j i go o. Ii Risi la to represent them at Washington is itch to i \ ice president Honor huh he has ii led several Teh vis uis ii n lived Al Crew in Ion aboard u 8 s George Wash 1ngton at Sfa. J a while Jilann ton. Monday fresh be delayed until to which sprang up Iii heavy wind is acce riving rain. The pres id it is Illy All a Bis Tim joined the sailors a hider ship Quot Drill it he has not As yet in Vav ii i address a an Gross on the nag it is believed he Wil Boston fell it it it George was lilt a Boston Tex Mon i wireless notes suit Spencer Wood of the w Temh h by both jut i it Dunlo j Ual l ii i or h it we we rage Price is i i la Jishi d w Hen Herd of i Orty brings Moon or. J to Wash or to this i Lich a a it to it it Tho i pm till c. Var. I la a it of the Rei pharma Rug a p once Mon Ames will advertise America for in the selection of l. A. Tallman Loea i w e i i known merchant As Secretary and treas to ref the Iowa retail jewel i Era a so if Hon has set ural de a Man who is a live wire and who will using the coming year to i at organization before the peo it Tho world. Or. Tallman is in of the real Quot live wire business n of this City and will no doubt As Active in conducting the of irs of that organisation As he has a n in the management of his own or es.-, Ful business Here in Ames. Mot Han 20n members of this i known a have been ending the annual convention in at Des Moines and the selection or Tallman for this important ration came As a Complete Surprise this Young Man who has been ailing i irly session for a numb years cd thou Hope of Reward. A banquet at the chamber of Cora be Salon last night closed the 19 gathering of the jewellers at neb the 200 delegates were of Terin de by the Victoria Trio of Young Mien. Later Dan ing Intro ced. Several old fashioned Steps curing the evening. Or Tallman is in Des Moines again Lay attending a clinic the Ottom lists will give for members inst run ii will h will close the conference is afternoon Ltd h r officers elected by the jew is w Ine Day include John a i Humboldt president and l burkes Alton vice president Iii a it. Rice of Corydon and c Coon. A it Monticello were named la of used Buegal Holp to be i a fun i Din a in i Val of. Fri Banks and los i of Ibe wild i i oni i it Rny ism no i on s birthday t limn it nov us by ii la., w to the so Tow in c awarded i uric of a u Weir cd in Hartfi it old s Ved to a n jul Liu a Tun $ Staie meeting Here i Oills i Rooming houses i \ \ de to Ait dior in i Ollega i he i n less in an it Omi it la Ion Ket in Lii nor u Ili. Go it it \ Groy i monday i to i n lied i a Ida Grove feb. W. L Harding will the Ida county grand j lion with the invest Rathbun Pardon Case new complications in Rives before next tuesday. Attorney general Havner an bounced today thai tilt grand jury would adjourn Frida noon until monday afternoon. George Alberts. The presiding judge before whom the gland jury j a. A Poi i for h congressman elect no Houk i l nights t Unab nos there of in i to a Quot i to r by were i a video with e by about the id Vav i. Hill a Iii add to j to the end am by Ami Vav ii int ice makers Short cot use which uth Las been it Derway at til Colage Fie b Bomi bout tit mum make. A. _ a a a Tim an a Bonn today. Associates to by is n l it. The attorn s Gen ral said today for in Federal i . I i <110 1 to i lie be a re Oiler it is torn that already Many indictments had a a a a j w no att j j s i t Fie in. I nun Stock been voted. Ile worked in a Down Chicago feb. 20. Denying ,., a a a Sale yesterday and elect Nom us woo town office All morning going Over their motion for a new trial and o j will at ten i no Ding at tie College the indictments he said. I stay of their sentence. Federal judge today and tomorrow k m. I Aiti Dis heard the Cis of Victor a Man May be either an Anvil or a i l. B Roger socialist congressman elect i Hammer in he depending upon his i and four other socialist leaders a 1 u Hun a a a while it in i to Nii. T o King George after inclination.-. Enty five cents tickets May be secure at the links or drug stores or from canvassers. Each of the defendants was asked to i 1 a ,. A a j. Having dined the president from make a statement Benior sentence ,. too Gold service. Was pronounced. I have you read the want ads have you read the want ads Tny a birthday will be of Unes next saturday a City and at the Post of Rhall business concerns open during the Day get has been made by this bating that they Wil Yina is Fin i diday a f flounced by Post mantel i., which will be observe Metal department main Fofiu Tell very and Money or will close for la la ors will male one Deli i collection Early in the Nail pose Ltd in he main of it. Dispatched the Samo As o Days the last Pouch will i at to p. In. Ii carriers will not make an it a heir window Wilt be up re to 0 00 a in. La d livery service will i tiled All Day station a office will dose for Tho Day. W window ii n i i on a in City carriers will make one Deiry and one collection Early in ii morning mull will be dispatched at 7.�?T Ami 12 00 noon. When air planes began flying Aero the International Boundary this cd Toms collectors Wil have to mo1 their offices into the air

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