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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Ames, Iowa We Are not satisfied until we satisfy our readers the thursday times we strive to please relieving it can be done volume xxvi Ames Story county Iowa thus february 20, pm it m m re Arm of Clemenceau attack working on theory that As Sau iat May re Art of anarchist plot with Tho sumo Loam to go onto Tho mat Friday night that has appeared in successfully la the other meet hold Horn c Oach cd w. Mayser fools car talk of a Victory Over the Nebraska team in the annual clash of horns in the heavyweight grappling class. Breed a will appear to make Good the hard time he had with the Iowa opponent two weeks ago. Captain Bullet located in shoulder Scha la will represent the 175 Pound aged Premier resting easy grapplers will meet Nebraska coach Maeser feel confident Sucre with Cor Husker of is to have lecture course consisting of Many noted speakers Anno n Tom vib a t of schedule made Toda v to c Ommund e with c til Lele St h Edu be near Spink operation May not he Nec Essary Cliv United pre Paris feb. 20.�?french authorities with the co operation of intelligence officers of the associated Powers this afternoon continued their sweeping investigation into the attack on Premier Clemenceau which resulted in the aged statesman receiving a slight wound from a revolver Bullet. Officials Are working on Tho theory that the attack May be a part of a plot against the principal Allied leaders although nothing has been unearthed As yet. In support of this theory. It is understood Clemenceau is riffing easily and there has been be serious developments the Bullet has been located in his shoulder near the spine and it is said an operation for its removal might not be necessary. The attack on Clemenceau was in class bin h the 15k, Thomson who featured the former meet 14 5, lock Ling iss and Jilson the Midge 125 Pounder. United press declares american woman Soldier is listed sergeant Ruth Farnam who served in Serbia will appear Here tues. Lowell Millett discredits rumours of unsanitary conditions at Rask us died there since Camp built Rei not that 3,000 yanks died there in september and october is i Notri k note a the following is the firs of a series of dispatches from Low Ter pretend by the British press today ill Millett regarding condition at us an instantaneous outcropping of bolshevik is in throughout the world the morning news fears an outbreak of assassinations and suggests International activities be undertaken to Deal with the anarchists. Aboard the in 8 s George Washington at sea. Fob 20 president Wilson sent the following message of condolence to be conveyed to Premier Clemenceau. It a sent to Lansing and the american peace delegation in Paris a please present my condolence to Al. Clemenceau who has nay Heartfelt sympathy. I am joyous Over Bis escape a i sincerely Hope the reported slight injuries Are altogether True i was deeply shocked at the news of the attack chinaman or fees for evidence e that College is advertised in Orient is shown fit letter Brest where he has Betm making a personal investigation the editor by United press Brest. France feb. 20.�?Brest May not to the Best military base in the world but it is far from being the worst in the opinion of officers and men permanently stationed Here investigation of the condition under such circumstances As the situation will permit has failed to sub to ant tote the charges that by St to a a pest Hole Quot and the men Are victims of mismanagement. It is True in common with the rest of Western France there is an Over Supply of mud. But this is due to climatic conditions. This could not be averted Ashr was selected As a military Tole fur strategic reasons reports of shocking conditions and unsanitary food conditions Are entirely unfounded according to members of the Camp themselves. Rumours circulated in the United state said 3.000 a by Erica soldiers died in Brent during september and october last. The facts Are according to figures. From november 1917, when the Camp where soldiers congregate to await transports Home was established up to the first of the present month. I Sii Mea died from ail accuses. Many of this number were victims d pneumonia and the Spanish influenza epidemic which was contracted Enro Ute Here or before they left the United states. Oei a the inquiry into Allen charges investigation of Allega thins of Kansas governor shelved a games advertises the world Quot has again made itself anti rent in a letter of inquiry recently received from thins by the engineering department of Iowa staff College the student is apparently an advanced Stu Dent in his own country Ami the let Ter is written in what is doubtless a Good chinese English style the letter in part is As follows a Are you pleasing to hear that the Fame of your institution for the engineering courses is not Only Well known in America but also in China certainly you Are. Are you willing to let me know thoroughly about the institutions of your school and the subjects of your chemical Engineer i lug course i realize that a better Washington. Fob. 20 a on understanding is much better than i Gressed Nal investigation of losses a Mere advertising. But the Tam among Kansas and Missouri troops Ili Arity Between us is entirely de-1 of the thirty fifty division in the a bonded upon your information. Gigonne fighting which gov. Allen of kindly mail me a copy of your j Kansas charged Wen unnecessarily newest catalogue and All the infer-1 heavy because of inefficiency and nations which Are essential for the i Lack of artillery w ill go Over until new student. I the next session of Congress. Hoping that you will Tell me eve gov Allen completed the presen Grything w hich will help me in my i Tattoo of his request for an inquiry preparation and awaiting your Ira-1 to the House rules committee and tale Date favourable reply. I am. Dear j the committee in executive session sir i acid cd that the time was too Short yours faithfully i to permit a comprehensive inquiry Tho College authorities do not care at this session. Chairman Pou said to make Public the name of this am a general inquiry into the whole con Lii Titus chinaman. Duct of tile War probably would lie ordered by the next Congress. Moat people Are polite at Home hut j More letters and reports of of most of them leave politeness there i fibres and men overseas were sub awl never have it for us in Public j rained 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 repeated in part his statement of yesterday regarding the thirty fifty division. The weather unsettled weather wit ii a now tonight and Eastern portion Fri a Day. Somewhat colder West por a Don tonight. Fresh to Strong j shifting winds. After careful consideration the 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 i the committee is Able to secure sex Talent at very Low terms an Opportunity too Good to pass by. The speaker and dates arc As Foi lows feb. 25. Sergeant Ruth Fama in a nation at sergeant a ruin a amp a the distinction of having been a to far As is known the Only american woman Soldier in Tho 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 site a of made a sergeant in the first cavalry Reg mint of the Royal serbian army and fought constantly during the Long a ii terrible Retreat. The new Yon times ranks or with Molly Pitcher Captain Belle Boyd and other Amer can heroines of previous wars and ads a a sergeant Farnam May be proud of being in that Gallant concerning her lecture Newell Dwight ii i ii i says a truth Farnam Story of her two years in Serbia a . Soldier and Counselor is a Story full of heroism self sacrifice pathos and Victory. I wish All the people could hear her lecture a the new York times Calls her address a one of the most interesting made Here by any of the warring feb. 27. Charles Zueblin. Of to ton noted publicist lecturer and author. Topic City government or. Zueblin has been called a a free Lance of after graduating from leading american universities. After studying social movements in european universities Aru cities and after serving As social it lenient worker in Chicago he was for sixteen years a University Extension lecturer on social and civic topics for the University of Chicago. Since 1913 he has been an Independent lecturer and investigator. A to him democracy is not a form of government but a Faith and a life the life of All by the cooperation of All. For the welfare of Ait a March 6 Edgar j Banks explorer. Author lecturer. Or Banks has served As american Consul at Bagdad Secretary to the Melcan Mitt infer at Turkey professor of history Robert College. Constantinople. Hid Field director of the babylonian expedition of the University of Chicago to Baniya. He will give an illustrated lecture on a the seven won tiers of the ancient world a comparison of the con it ions As they were then and As they Are now March 13, professor Charles Upson Clark of the american Academy in Rome will give an illustrated Lee Titre describing Italy a urn in the War. The italian government permitted or. A Lark to visit the Battle line everywhere to take his own pie turns hid has helped in every Way to secure authentic information and Star opt icon and motion pictures. Pictures will show the amazing engineering feats of tit italian army it Mountain fighting the building of crimes and cables to swing donkeys Cannon and munitions from one Peak to another Etc. As prof. Clark i paid by the american Academy in Rome 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 he announced later his illustrated lecture a some experiences in All who heard president Pearson at Hie 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 $400 and $500. By combining with the College committee it is possible to offer the entire course of five numbers for the very Small sum of Sev f i c. Tollman Pearson talked to Illinois Farmers gave addles retort Farmer tit Ute in Joliet lat a night in i it. The storm at Sei Mav Yiu Riyal of transport George i swing Ion president giving his time to work h a not pm Ideo As yet address joint session of it o Var uss to by United or aboard in 8 s. Gilt ing ton at sea. Of a ii it while planning t a on monday president be delayed until to a so which sprang up this s heavy wind is a comp riving rain. The president is a \ Illy All of his time t joined the sailors and Mon ship Drill yes he has not As yet do he will address a j of Congress on the league c to is believed he will d Boston Fob 20 Yort George Washingto in Boston next monday i wireless message Hula Spencer Wood of the the Trier. Cann he vessels conveying rial ship. the Institute along the s experience in Europe la investigating conditions set d nations there. The subject of the talk a Alture in England Fram this same talk will b is evening before the Mem i iding the Corn show being the agronomy club at the Iowa pharm at Thys is i i t Guo. Judisch to represent them Al la Ash avg ton i so is elected \ ice president Honor Hill of has held Sev eral 11- rms is he n Evy Ell a i it on i Nuon prs cull \ i Ai Weilage Park i. A it established when Herd of forty brings by. T. In from on lie preset in Llu is new Ltd implications of i in governor will go to in v Gima i monday by United by is Ida g Hov Al feb. 20. Governor Vav. L Harding will appear before the Ida county grand jury in connection with the investigation of the hath Bun Pardon a of unless some new end pit attorn in his illness arrives before next tuesday. Attorney general Havner announced today that the grand jury would adjourn Friday noon anti monday afternoon. George Alberts the presiding judge before whom th1 grand Jur it must make its report left for his Home today. The attorney general said today that already Many indictments had been voted. He worked Iii a Down town office All morning going Over the indictments i said. Brod sows sold at the fur Tho total sum of $22.2ss. Tine average of $557 a he had is said to have broken All worlds records of City Breed out Swine. A feature of the Sale was Tho Purchase of mis Lenore 4th by b. M. Boyer of Farmington la who paid for this animal $4,200. The sow at un1 National Swine show in Cedar rapids recently was awarded Cie world s Champion toners and is believed to be the greatest sow in existence. Attending the Sale yesterday which was held at the grand Avenue Home of or. Barf were representative from eight states and hogs were sold to men residing in South Dakota Nebraska Illinois Vav Consin Minnesota and Ohio. A total of $2,315 was paid for five sows from a litter of fourteen while three it fifes fro a litter of thirteen Brough ii,680, the two litters being from miss Loo lira 3rd, sister to Ute Champion. George Judisch the Iowa pharmaceutical association for a number of years was re elected 0 that position at a state meeting it he organization which closed a two Lay session in Des Moines yesterday 1 Tern Eon in addition to this Honor extended i to or. Judisch he also was named is a Del Gate to the pharmacopoeia n Washington d. C. Which is held a very ten years to outline policies my select committees for the reviser of the United states pharmacopoeia. Tin official Book of drug prep ans used in this country. The anal meeting of approximately scientific men of the country will i ii i a till of Mil jewellers u. A to i pm Vav honoured by the Low \ Iii i ail jew Elers at Les Moines meeting selection came As big Surprise a is Kui \ a1 sunking it on v sex Sion iou years without Hope of inv mward once in Ore Ames will advertise America for in the select on of l. Tallman Loca i Well known merchant As Secretary and treasurer. The Iowa retail a Wele r a association has secured a Man who to a live wire and who will Ltd much during tin coming year to p it that organization before the peo the world. Or. Tallman is on it get t it a real a a in wire business n ii of a i City and will. No doubt it a As a Ive in conducting the Alai r of that organization As he been in the management of his own successful business Here Iii Ames. Mot Han 200 members of this Well known a organization have been tiding the Annua convention held at Des Moines and the selection i or. Tallman for this important a a of Tion came As a Complete Surprise a this Young Man who has been a a i by session for a number be u s without Hope of Reward. A banquet at the chamber of com Salon Las night closed the �?�19 go do ring of the jewellers at he h do 200 delegates were Lateran i by the Victoria Trio of Young Omen. Eat a dancing was imm ured several old fashioned Steps a tiring the evening. Vir Tai i Man is in Des Moines again Lay attending a clinic the Ottom to risks will give for members inst Rue Ion which will close the conference his afternoon. Other officers elected by the jew hers w in Day include John a i Humboldt president and l k. Burker Alton vice president Chile j it. Rice of Corydon and u a Coo of Monticello were named erectors. Legal Holiday to be the first part of Tux ago. Li1l0 Ali vol a congressman elect we Pouk asset i vies to be Senteno. Eddy Federal Lodge a Man May be either an Anvil or a Hammer in life depending upon his inclinations. Enty five cents. Tickets May be secure at the Banks or drug stores or from canvassers. Chicago feb. 2n.�?denying j their motion for a new trial and a stay of their sentence be Leml judge k. I. Landis heard the Case of Victor j a Berger socialist congressman elect and four other socialist loaders. Each of the defendants was asked to make a statement before sentence was pronounced. Bdl l l n we Rooming hoi Hes i wed to Aci e Klega i is with Vera Hundred visitors in Ames ties week attending the various conventions and Short courses the College hotels and Rooming houses have been taxed to capacity for several nights there has been an overflow at the Sheidon Munn to Lei Many being unable to secure rooms there but were provided with lodging in Rooming houses and private Homes about the town. In addition to the Creamery and butter maker a Short course which Bas been underway at the College this week and the Corn show which also opened on the Campus yesterday county agents and Home demonstrators from throughout the state began arriving last night and today for a general conference. Added to these Are other visitors who attended the. T Barr Stock Sale yesterday and electricians who will attend melding at the College today and tomorrow. The White lieu Silver will look rather shabby to King George after h Wing dined the president from a $15,000,000 Gold service. Have you read the want ads have you read the want ads Ian is Ani Post office will lose log Washington s birthday Wahington a birthday will in in Ames next saturday by Auk of n1 City and at the Post of in although All business concerns will remain open during the Day. has been made by the Banks of ame rating that they will Fie closed for the Day. The following is the Holiday Are ii n Cern it announced by postmaster Ltd Arl l. La Fie which will be observe d by re postal department main office general delivery and Money or Ler windows will close for the Day at 9 00 a in. City carriers a ill make one delivery Anil one collection Early ii the morning. All mail posted in the main office w111 but dispatched the same As or other Days the Las Pouch will to dosed of to p. M. Rural carriers will not make any dips but their windows will be open i oin n to 9 by a. In. Special deliver service will he maintained All Day. Station a the office will close for the Day at 9 a Quot a. In. City carriers will make one and one collection Early in the no Ming mud will be dispatched at 7 30 and 12 00 noon. When air planes began flying across the International Boundary the customs collectors wll have to move their offices into the air

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