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Ames Thursday Times (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Ames, Iowa We Are not satisfied until we satisfy our readers the thursday times we strive to please believing it can be done volume xxvi Ames Story it u qty Iowa thursday january 2, oho number 282 i make partners of tenants says Lloyd would inn Rease Fertility of land by giving renters More to work for half of Iowa land is rented people surprised to learn farm ten enter a is on increase in this state would end wire control in year House committee l Ives time at do Cecii Tiht 81, next by United pres Washington Jan. control of Telephone and Telegraph properties would end next december 31, according to a Resolution ordered favourably reported by the House Post office committee by a vote of ten to eight passes. To j that farm Tenanty in Iowa and Tho Middle West is on the increase rather than decline much to the Surprise of those who have Given the subject Little cons iteration is the theme of an address delivered by prof o. G. Lloyd associate prof it for in farm management at the College. Delivered at the Farmers in statute at Manchester Iowa Las week. S the address on the topic a farm tenancy and leases a is one which has been of increasing interest to the Farmers of late due to considerable agitation of the lease problem and a More satisfactory system of farm credits Quot Over one half of Iowa land is now rented was the statement of professor Lloyd a a while Little Over a generation ago but one fourth of the Farmers were tenants and the average age of acquiring ownership �9 years compared with the aver age age of 34 now. Quot at first this seems rather discouraging a continued Tho speaker Quot but a More detailed study of the causes brings out tile fact that who in 1850, with farms about the Ham size us they Are today Tho average Cost of an acre was $6.09, compared with such present prices As Are seen Dally in the papers averaging from $240 to $280 per acre a professor Lloyd then explained Vruth figures and statistic that the average savings of the tenant in k log ownership a generation ago a such that it a not necessary for the Man to save a difference of $6.-Iioo in Avo year on the other hand he pointed out the much better lift of the land owned today compared with those a Century ago. The continued professor Lloyd a to the logical question of leases and credit which my be made a part of our Rural system of we Are to stay the growing percentage of tenancy. The too successful lease is the Stock share lease which provides the tenant with necessary capital and supervision to equip and operate the farm the land owner furnished the land against the renter s labor and the productive live Stock and feed is owned in common and the net proceeds divided equally a the land owner and renter be come partners they co operate for Mutual Benefit and at the same Tine maintain the Fertility of the land. A Many Young men who Are honest industrious and capable enter such a partnership without capital for the land owner retains part of the super vision of the farm and is willing to take the note of the renter for All the capital he needs in some it Oun Les in Iowa nearly one half of the rented farms Are rented on the Stock share Ball game with i. S. C. Lui great lakes athletic director Fon fuses Ames with another school. Cassidy selected Nead i at election thursday kims or Wiese other two oink ers of organization Sale in May Bary beef reigns supreme at i. S. C prizes warder and Sale of High Grade Stock regi n at noon today eight remaining or m we c 4 hire Oci Ipili to i in him ii xxx Cassidy a xxx games Sui Eim led inst eve and e. It local eos Low ers w ill see number cd Goor contests Defore season ends with the returning of athlete1 from the army to argument the developing material which is fat being whipped into form at Iowa state Hyde Williams director of athletics it the College has Little fear for the outcome. Although the Gam scheduled with he famous great lakes training station basketball five has been an celled thru a misinterpretation of the location of Iowa state College and the proposed sending of their team to Iowa City instead of ame. To will be met Friday a scheduled. Coe College has no Mere team his year and can produce a Good in on the prospects for amt it at Iowa nest month As Cornell Wai Able to hold Iowa to a close score while Coe took Ber to a defeat by i mall margin this week the game with Drake wednesday a a clean Victory for the cyclones with a a Ore of 26 to ii. The guarding and perfecting of the Basket Ahi Ity of coach Walter ? new a bin it beginning to Tell and so far Tho have not gone under in a state game. I hey will meet two More state team in the near future of the dope runs re Gilt Washington on february 4 Ute some other team to be scheduled in place of the cancelled Ore a Lake game february 7. The schedule for the remainder of the season As it now stands is Jan. Sic be at Antes. Washington at Ames. Tentative. Kansas state at Ames. A Iowa at Iowa City Drake at Des Mollie Grinnell at Grinnell. A Iowa at Ames a Grinnell at a Mea. Feb feb feb Fob Fob Fob. March March Ilia. Is i Iii wheat Bill draft sent to Congress government will require 91,2ao, ohm he Sci carry out til Aram yes by United press Washington Jan. 30 an administration Btl appropriating $l,-250,000,000 to enable the government to carry out its guarantee to the Farmers of a Price of $2.20 a Bushel for the 1019 wheat crop a transmitted to the chairmen of the Senate and House agricultural committees by the food administration. The measure was drawn by of finals of the food administration and the department of agriculture and was described by some senators As an omnibus measure which would permit the president to continue the food administration in operation and to exercise All the Powers conferred upon him by the food control act. Have Yon read the want ads Are expected to Wear Dos Moines. Jan. 20.�?just what doth iowans a. Expected to a ear this sea in and other amp it naut question no b As the to amp Lhorty of bring if g do a the Price of cloth will be discussed it the annual meeting of the Iowa clothiers association hero next month. Advance notices of the convention fail to a anything about the possible dropping in the Cost of suits to men. The consumer however is mightily interested As i shown by various civic organizations who will look into the continued High Cost of clothes. The i it of trousers according to local dealers Isnit half As important to their customers aes is Tho Cut in prices they want pm both but they would take the latter of Given Only one Cut. Peg top trousers won t met with much favor in Iowa according to gome dealers who scoffed at Tho idea advanced by an Eastern Cutter who suggested the wide topped trousers would be the Best Way to get rid of surplus cloth. An extra pair of trousers with each suit is the Best Way to use up the cloth according to th1 local tailors. The weather pair tonight Arni Friday anti slight it colder tonight oat Jar. Ion. Moderate temperature Fri. Lay at a meeting of the Hereford As solution of Iowa held Thi Forenoon at Iowa state College h. Vav Cassidy of Whiting was elected of the organization c. M kims of Baird vice president and Alfred Wiese of Hunting Secretary and treasurer and the Hoard of directors As selected. I composed of m rims. R. W. Cassidy a Bishop. They also voted to push the accredited Herd question in Iowa and will hold a Sale sometime in May. At Sioux City. Between 93d and to of clock this morning a showing of each Breed of attle was held at which ten prizes of $5 of each h were awarded to the boys and girls making the most improvement in their calf and present d Iti the most creditable manner due consideration a Given the calf at the time of Purchase the Money for those prix were donated As follows $50.00 by the american shorthorn record association 50.00 by the Angus record association and $5&Quot of by the Hereford rec re association. Noon today and there was the keen awards were made just before noon today and there was the keenest Competition among the Montes ant shortly after the awarding it of Prises the Sal began in the Ani Nai husbandry auditorium. Fifty in to shorthorn heifers Twenty eight herefords and Twenty Angus heifers wave sold. Prizes wire awarded a follows shorthorn first Maple Grove it Uchs is Rufus Olson owner Roi and second. Prides heroine. Byron prov Ler owner. Gilbert third Mary Ueen Jerome Olton owner. Roland ourth Jennie Lind Leonard her than on owner Story City fifth Daud marshal a s. Bellev own a into sixth Royal Velva Ralph or hey owner Ames seventh blon-11n princes a. S Briley owner. Ames eighth. Rose Marshall Ander on Coggshall. Owner. Cambridge. Herefords. First. Lady Queen. Ria Twedt owner Roland second. Jertrude Roy Sandvick owner my Lisburg third Josie May 5th. Thelma Sundvick. Owner Mccallsburg fourth Kell see lot. Joe How a re. Owner. Zearing fifth Fannie Archibald Lawrence of u lid son. A tier. Roland sixty Jessie to. Erie Egglund. Owner. Roland seventh Berry. Elmer Sand Lek owner. My Lisburg eighth. Martha on Cylde 2 Baumgardner owner. Mccallsburg. Angus first Ann Bergena Bort Titian owner Roland second Princess of Spruce Lawn Albert Al Gander owner Nevada third. Sumner lady May. Orris Twedt. Owner. Roland fourth est on Blocky Norman Jacobson owner. Gilbert fifth is tones Jill n., i Joy i Knight. It Wner. Ames sixth gayest Queen. A Iva Hanson owner. Gilbert seventh adv Esther Ralph Taylor owner the Story county a baby in i of a a signs supreme in the live Stock world at Iowa state College this Day. Starting shortly before noon Tift it me shorthorn calves Twenty eight i records and Twenty Angus were Aken into the ring in the upper Dock Pavilion where judges Ault toners owners and live Stock enthusiasts vied with each other in the a Oil petition. The event will go Down in the i is tory of live Stock at the College my in the county it marked the Story county Bankers pure bred Heifer Alf club it Al it which has been looked Forward to since the animals were distributed among the boys of the county on August l of 111?. The club was organized by the Bankers of Story county the county agent Kintae be and representatives of the Iowa beef producers association. Pure bred Heifer were purchased by the committees in Barge and distributed late in the summer. The boys gave their note for Tho appraised value of the animal and went to work to prepare their entry for the show and Sale which now holds Sway. Ano Scheiter local Well known College official Ami com Mercia l i i it head on commit tee name Davenport engineering firm David g. Fish or co. To work in Conn err Ion with lol representatives Baki r v ii l Taki presidents place sri it. Of War to assume Wilson scat in peace ensure. By United press Paris. Jan. 30.�?secret War Baker will arrive in i1 British strikers j Are bolshevik i its russian i coolers believed to in i Iii Anc Itig strike in England february according information received president Wilson it it Ier stood. Will return states about february the. Above dispatch Wool hat Baker May be cult a president s proxy at the i Terence a Tibere Gem 0 the. 1 s. Merchants with la Uge sup Pia on ii Lippi a before Cardinal .1 id have new ones Al Fau opening by United press London. In. 30. Tho Genera trikes through great Britain and Ireland Are Bosh a ibises British Juda re <1 today. In strikes were under f local boards Organ is in i. H Art openly of Iii the Ort at Ive Heads of Bor aaers a they said t a direction d Uke sos in a e the Ion Ames Moris agree to handle Hea in. Ear of i Resh ii n a i Small Pim 11-1 i led. In Sloss would Chance a Road to car line a a us o flu a ral to. Furl a Are. I Ian to r cd ii a Shin tried that the being finance kist St 11 Kin i in Den r Wah old Elim in x i e Sharp it in we Reim Ceda not la Jacobs go Martin Aud w. Of . Me re Hants of am present at the met Ting of Tho Nai Guild when a final Settle of the freshman Raj was made. Recent meeting of t he Guild a in sup Tho. Siolaa in charge of the College ground and building a plans in mind whereby a Chang the Road leading to the Carlin in i front of the Dairy building will be i straightened attic regraded taking out the undesirable Sharp turn at the top of the Hill there and doing away j aul Street j h Road not not artist but Hing my Pring. A or the girls uding up amb Over to some extent with car crossing there. The plan for altering the Back of agricultural Hall has been decided Oil definitely yet when work on it can be s it is Felt by Sloss that the be fixed it possible this walk w ill then be put in f from the dormitories i around agricultural Hall to the Hon. Economics buildings this changing of walks and roads has been made necessary by the network of paths and cuts that won tarted by the student army my have been broadened and hardened by the warm Spring weather and a hurried student body. Slopes lays most of the blame on Tho women for shortcut an ill looking paths but will try to provide fur them As Semi a work on Tho Lake and gymnasium Ara out of the Way. No at motion was i change i com color of a c lion was mad downtown in a a j of the old style i. F. Ca a new adopted. Would in their hand. Rho merchant Perate in any n Ider my t so to d to retain the Spring a Vav till Tell u Jyi ii and carried let u aft t w a a aul he style and or an i Vestiga discovered that had 80me 400 Reserve heifers i Kumm Omps ill open in ring second term prof Vav. H. Meeker representing Iowa state College i chairman of in committee consisting of f. H. Sell letter cashier of the Story county Trust and savings Bank who la also president of the Ames commercial club and representing that organization together with the David g. Fisher company of Davenport to Point by mayor e. H. Graves to i investigate the proposition of Tho Iowa Public service company and to determine whether or not the a a Ity of Ames shall Purchase and control the Plant or Grant them the increase in the pric e of Gas asked for. It is quite probable this committee will begin its work sometime Early n it week but they will not have their investigation completed in time for a report at the first february meeting of the Council and it i not at ail improbable that a special meeting of the councilmen w ill be called to hear the committee s findings. The selection of these two won known la a1 men i morning with the Heartiest approval of practically All Mizens one meets on the Street Many declaring it would have been a possible for the mayor to have a lamed a better committee As pro lessor Meeker and or. Sci loiter have lh1 Confidence of the people who be Lieve they will handle the i Vestiga Ion with equal Justice to both sides a Chile the Fisher company is Well and favourably known by their business reputation. Quot both of these gentlemen agreeable to me a declares c. I. Tenor prescient of Tho Iowa Public service company. A i would abide by any decision they make because i have Involute confident in Thor fairness the Fisher people i no acquainted with in a business Way Caps in apr be dead Slee k w Rich immediately merchandise a Oil i were willing to Coiner. Aft a recon Ion the Guild Cleoid pres tit Cap for the Al inaugurate the opening of school in the fall. The new Cap will be purchased or oui some manufacturer and distributed among the merchants Dow n town. The Price style Aud c of j or a ill by Hun lied from a committee chosen froth Guild. The clothing i men have agreed to handle the Cap i with but a alight margin of profit the greater share going to the Stu-1 Dent organization. Another question that came up for i discus Ion was Rhone regarding College song and yells. Steps a. J to by taken some time during the j Pring to secure at least one Good j an a original Sung and yell that ii adopted at All athletic events and i carried thru with some degree of sue it Quot. At present Low a sate do it not have either that is distil Tive. A t Lincoln Iowa i Only Seho i i n i support the it it it rps Low a Utti r colleges n hit cry work Havi the i a t a it a v a Ltd the work Here up until the secon March Between Lim Ilia t v s Plant t the 11 is w he major Jara Tate Coll a Kilt i to a t till so s the do Erve Fli Sty grit hat hav b training lat liar i the adopted the i w orking for Tho i and to work Vav w ill not be Tiik n i Quarter opens in now and then All Ops will be a Aken out re ii to. A will Fly. By i have the Bighead regard it a them. Yes it will be a pleasure a work with that committee the work of this e it in nit a t be easy for no in afer what die not decision May be there will alway to ame people who Are not satisfied. Any of those who thus t Tho City hound Purchase the pent Quot Del to Lisp leased if they Grant them run Rease in the Price of Gas and Fth a a pc id to buy the company Mere will Tho it who will Crete in a. Aus hey i i not raise the a a a rate. But any decision this committee vill make will be a fair honest and a t one. A decision which the Ltd it As cad t 1 ii i Titi no part int Given or vice h of Isi t. A plan h Junior to Al cd or nod of wit regard Tho stud in the it on will i will be Ore As in Oti % Aud ? Nior t til work ing a ret f re a t he is Ard it i ii k the credit to t that Iowa Public it re a bul service by. Co. In 1 is who h ular Arni made. T re n Congress most help stamp out unrest unemployed it is of fared iou if Roushey i Kish is to be Stam fed out Tine for solution a1 j to Grade i to Coin a j Reserve corps. Mon in tile to i kit the cad t w. Year when they r t c. The. Y a i work in the first uni Eric w ill my it Vav he plat seen souk. A o. R the Sam. Ii you. The be allowed Irry it thru a they will of into the at in a Xuy commission by i Leli n Sii Dws Sas injured in Jho Al Iden is lower Cia re until their nay enter thu required to tak two years. Will Bird i o the by United press Washington Jan. 30 con shipping do Aud members to i Ormula la some it tire shipping program by United press Paris jan4 3o presid it Var on add Edward Hurley a. Of. Voting att non to problems of the american merchant Marine. A Gre at Glen must legislate at once to provide w Ork for the unemployed if Bol Shevik ism in the United states la to be prevented from. Spreading Secre a Leal of pressure for decision on this tary of labor Wilson said today. Subject has been coming from the the unemployed question would United states. Messages received solve itself if the american business front the shipping Board indicate Tho men would forget their fears of a j insistence that there should be some panic and restore Normal Active tar determination a to whether Many Wilson told Tho House and Senate la of the hips which Are in Ait i to Bor committee. Ain to purim. It n f american shipping Board members Twenty Persona were killed in automobile accidents on Iowa highways during november and december according to figures issued by the Iowa stat Highway commission. I during the same months three i Hundred and sixty three persons were injured in two Hundred and eighty strikers kaid Glasgow y Ards i Lieut on tin highways in which a no fatalities occurred. Noii. Ilion a i dragged i nun ship ,. ,. 1 j eight persons lost their us x Anis by English mobs by a by it has developed into a sort of will formulate some future program pitiful instead of pitiless publicity regarding disposition of the vessels. I by unite Glasgow j. Ship builder i Cid Clay and dragged o Playas. A serious cd. The strikers St i dress i 3o striking so do a Yard toil non Union pm eau b was air i it an ultimatum i to the Provost marshal that in employer began negotiations with them immediately they would Cut of rile City a entire Supply of electricity. Many municipal electrical employees Are on a strike. Eight persons being struck by automobiles or by being knocked from bicycles. Four i death resulted when As Many autos turned Turtle. The others resulted were car crashed into trains or j were wre Kel in Coli Mission with other automobile. Fifteen of the fatalities occurred in november and five in december. The majority of accidents in which no deaths resulted were recorded during november. A Bachelor is a Man who missed the Opportunity of making some woman i Crable for life. China and Australia Are i spacious of Japan ? ambition. Thin May afford a Chance to try the working of the league of nation on the Oriental

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