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Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - October 16, 1915, Des Moines, IowaThe Des Moines news saturday oct 1c 1915 Art exhibit is planned by club women of City australian gunners stripped for the fray living models to represent famous pictures at Hoyt Sherman the Des Moines women Poluh stands for Art in us highest Type Flud on afternoon at Hoyt Sherman place an afternoon of rare pleasure has been arranged by Tho Art department chairman mrs Frank Horlon sire Fred Crowley and miss Tho Aulmann living models in reproduction of famous masterpieces including both paint Ings and statuary will be of Hiblert As Tho pictures Are being shown 51rs j 1c Macon nor will give a Short sketch of the artist and picture and cos a final feature the Model repro Lenting Alice by Chase will step from the Frame and dance Musette a Junior Danco by chalks Art in another form will to Given by two Well known musicians mrs Grace Jones Jackson and or George Frederick Ogden who will contrib Ute vocal and instrumental numbers Between the showing of the pictures the famous paintings to be reproduced Are whistlers Mother april showers Bon Martha Washington countess Potochar mad ame Lebrun and daughter be Queen Louise Alice Chase and the the sleeping Ariadne and Jeanne Darc mollies club opening or and mrs w b Kimbell dancing party in Honor or and mrs Clarence Bowman miss Nellie Elliott and mi3 sue Edenburn prenuptial dinner in Honor miss Anne Mccornick North High faculty dinner in Honor profane mrs r k Baton Eureka club with or Frederick w Crais Ruth Lounze Farewell Tea a Large number of Oskaloosa and Hilali Asca county ladies will attend the state suffrage Content Loa in Des Moines next week among them being mesdames Frank Reid Rich Ard Elizabeth Sauer r k Davis Charles Glover Charles Barnhouse Walter Mcquiston Rhea Oppem Neim j n fear Ocic and Jessie Deboot the former place jut mesdames Marist Manghra Reba Osmond Clara Shangle Charles Stedd Ooi Nanny Clarke Rohert Hoyt Lincoln Warner Homer prime Teti itt Stef Idom and c Caldwell mrs Claude Baker chairman of tie entertainment com Mittee requests any Des Moines Friend of the delegates who May wish to entertain them in her Home during the convention to communicate with her Lineville delegates will be mrs e r Belvel miss Amanda Logan miss ice Bellows and mrs Maltie e Galbraith mrs bertha1 Wicox mrs Belle Hansen an mrs Ida Kettleman 01 Ida Grove and mrs Tessie daily Howorth and mrs Laura Hun Baity of Dnn Laj will also be in at Tendance the u a c club will be trained at a halloween luncheon tuesday at i Oclock at the hone if mrs Charles Milligan 174 eighth Street Quarter billion for defense is plan of govt jail system is All wrong says or Chas Snyder this splendid photograph was taken during a fierce artillery Mijkl of the Gallipoli Peninsula at a considerable risk to the Man with the camera the second in a series of Attar Affoon teas was Given today by mrs Kichard p Clarkson and ice Clang Ter mrs Joseph l Zivart this afternoon at the letters lignin in Forest drive Over 200 guests called Ilu Rinju Tho receiving hours the hostesses being assisted in receiving by mrs j0ini Clarkson As sisting As parlor hostesses were mesdames a j Zwart John Zwart g m Huppee Henry c Potter William Heywood John Hood George k Moore c w Stewart miss May Allen miss Lida and Mary Stewart and mrs Edward Hazen of Portland Ore complimentary to miss Ruby Stradley Whoso marriage occurs november it to or Harry Riund Berjv the first of a series of companies was Given Friday of icing by lie formers sister mrs William Kreuger of tic n apartments a miscellaneous Shower of gifts wag presented the Bride to be by the thirty guests the aet plought Klub were f pertained by misses Fern Wood and Elizabeth Thompson at the Horio of the latter 1315 High Street thursday evening the evening was spent in an informal manner with music and dancing followed by a three course luncheon at he close of the evening a business meeting was held planning Tor the halloween party to be held by the club on saturday october 30th taken and mrs Grace Jones Jack son lunched together today tie latter being the hostess at Hor Home in Linden Heights in compliment to her Siste mrs Don Foster of Dallas s d the hostess entertained mrs prank Hor ton mrs Ralph Filton and mrs Holmes Cowper in addition to the musical five mrs Elliott Miller of los Angeles cat who is in the City for a several months visit with her mrs Morton Clark of Highland Park is being extensively entertained to Day mrs Gersham Hill was hostess to Twenty old time friends of mrs Clark at a 1 Oclock luncheon in her Honor Tfaye hostess was assisted in entertaining by her daughter miss Julia Hill Friday mrs Tyler hard ing extended an informal luncheon Courtesy in mrs Millers Honor at her Home m West sixteenth Street the preceding Day mrs e h Huntington entertained forty guests at a Ken Lugton at her Home in West eighteenth Street miss Virginia Hersey entertained twelve Little school friends at an afternoon party today the occasion being her birthday anniversary decorations and favors were used in decorating the lunch Eon table covers were Laid Tor Dorothy Fentress Lois Piper Marr Garet French Madeline sough Ade line persons Ruth Morrison Huth Harwood Varina Hunter Florence Tomlinson Anne and Harriet Hig Ginson unique invitations have been is sued by miss Frances King for a spook party on halloween night october 31 at her Home 213 High Street the minuet club will open its Winter series of dancing parties Mon Day evening at Yeoman Hall mrs Charles Wagner will be hos Tess tuesday oct 10 to the members of the tuesday Bridge club at a 1 Oclock luncheon in trunk cars Tea room mrs Augusta Hoffman entertained the members of the birthday Circle at a Oclock luncheon yesterday at her Home 1183 West fourth Street place american Beauty roses entered the table where Cov ers were Laid for Sis the hostess was assisted by her daughter mrs James Snell miss Elizabeth Nickels of Lincoln neb was an out of town West evening from a business trip to Davenport mrs Martin Flynn and grand daughter miss Marian Flynn have returned from n ten weeks stay of the ranch of the formers son in Wyoming mrs f t Morris has returned from a visit with her sister mrs j j Faith in Kansas City mrs c p Page and children 15arl Helen and Genevieve 7eft this morning for a fortnights stay in fort Madison where they vill attend the wedding oct 23 of miss Anna Conradt and or will Glasco of Chicago biopic Felt Center school administration has decided on course to Pur sue for preparedness lib Lair a frets Washington oct of i Lui Urei o n billion of government boil for Imizo Iii defense has practically been decided upon by the administration it was Learned today they Are the Bonds Tor the Panama canal issued but still unused the Bonds will he limited to expenditures solely for National defense toward partial payment of Tho planned for army and Navy expansion the difference the president Hopes can be secured from other government revenues tamil Lio mls Kim High revenues Are being studied to ascertain if an additional special Bond Issue other than the 000000 Panama canal securities now in the Treasury for defense purposes can be avoided by Cou tinning tile sugar tax bringing la forty millions annually Ami in creased returns from the income customs and internal Revenue taxes prospective the president believer the canal Bonds will be sufficient for National defense funds during the coming year needs of future years in the five year preparedness program will be met As they arrive Means of obtaining Money and securing United party support in Congress for the administrations National defense will be discussed at a War conference of democratic leaders Here before Congress re convenes awarded children who raise Best vege tables considerable interest was manifested Friday at thu Washington township get together meeting at Center school about thirty parents joined the 12s Sclifo Chili leu i of the township at the All Day picnic and exercises the children were photographed in a group the following prizes were won Kong Sylvia Adler Harry Whitney Best 10 ears of Wickard Boyd mar tin Edward Holland single ear Corn Dale Rutgers Harry Cairns Slowen Harry Whitney Hazel Wickard cabbage Whitney Harry Cairns Kenneth Lewis Kenneth Kopf Inez Owen farm Higgs Clara Higgs fancy Lucile Miller Loid Hammer Hazel Cairns Mowen Leah Munson Russel Slowen Man Ual Martin Boyd Martin Ralph Poorbaugh quilt Kopf Ruby Porter Dorothy a Boson Plain sewing Claduia Frey Sylvia Adler Mamie Norton Wing Ader Mito Wingader White Marshalltown Barber wins Case before state Nade Long Marshall Iovin Barber is resting easy again Long was formerly of the staff the assassinated governor Goebel of Kentucky a Kentucky sheriff came to take him Fracks on what he termed a trumped up charge of forgery grow ing out of the assignment of wages of several of the militia to him Long was arrested and Hareas Corpus proceedings immediately Pittsburgh pastor believes the Power of judge too Strong or clip Trees Snyder o Pittsburgh preaches at unitarian Church sunday Forenoon and lectures ill the afternoon visited police court saturday it is Bis custom to visit such places at every Opportunity and in tic Twenty years to has been inter ested along political and sociological lines to Lias developed sonic decided ideas our system of punishing men for heir offences is All wrong said or Snyder no one Lias any business to punish anybody Elso Tho Princi ple is fundamentally wrong one Hundred years ago they treated in sane persons As we now criminal the Ordinary Conception is give him hell and let Hin go Jull Xot i tight ilac0 instead of punishment the of Feuder should receive treatment As n Iier Sou whose disease has made him dangerous to society i be a jail it should be a place of quarantine or Snyder favors a Munich a workhouse or work farm and the idea of giving wages of prisoners to their famines the Ciu estion in my mind i said Ashti looked Over a dozen prisoners following arraignment i what general Good is there in Givins a Man three Days or so in Jat for the professional drunkard then should be a somewhere he could i treated cites two cases a Young negro Tomair who Cam pleading for her husband who hat beaten her and a Farmer who had come to Des Moines and got drunk interested or Snyder the wife o that Little coloured fellow there i said wanted to withdraw the charge against him have you eve seen a Collie crawl around and Kis the hand that had cuffed it it a the same dumb sense of Covalt that made her want to withdraw tit charge 1bis Farmer isolated in the country worked like a Dray horse very time lie goes to town to out lie gets filled up within 10 years the Saloon will 10 a thing of the past said or Snyder its abolition will lie by National enactment there in Fiuzi Here said or cant produce on third of what to hould with he stature because of Ico holism ills will is absolutely broken lies single taxer the sociologist is i Ting Letaer hut to does not by any Means assert that will Cut off All to evils Tho time will conic Lio said when Apoll Cenami will feel As consecrated in his profession As does to minister tie policeman has tub wrong idea now because his idea is hat of the Public at Large which is catch somebody committing u Cri Rao rather than preventing Iho crime very few people can endure an experience that to ordinarily Call shameful without soon becoming Sha Moless or Snyder said the in Rusl of men who leave their limes seeking employment by the police of cities whore they go re sults in the end in their not caring and becoming Plain tramps local unemployment and unpleasant Home life Ara responsible for trat Tho police Call tramps ho6aid the Only Chance for a woman who has become shameless or Snyder said marriage to a Good Man and a child other own so then often becomes the strictest woman in her neighbourhood the 1oncr of a judge or Snyder is opposed to Cap Lac punishment he says furthermore that no judge should have Tho Power of sentencing a Man for a term of years their Power is staggering think of the they hold Over mens lives think of the consequences if the Edgos liver happen to in wrong some morning the Desmoines plan has solve some of the big City problems said or Snyder morally it is a Model Community 500 guests attend wedding ceremony by imbed press Nevada oct 50 guests witnessed the marriage o miss Alofa Elma Pfantz and or Chris Wilkening at St Pauls Luth eran Church state censer wednes Day and afterwards attended the reception at the Home of the Bride parents at night upon a Large pla1 form erected upon the Lawn a wee Dlug Ball was enjoyed the Groom is a Well known Young Farmer an the Bride Isa daughter of one o the prominent famines of the com m Unity Waveland place league asks for school House claim its fastest growing residence Section in Des Moines Waveland place league Wauls a school House Anil in lists More Iho god Poplo of that Community Are Long after it Anil Why Alliey there la a territory of two and half Square Miles Tho Northwest Ern Section of the City a Holcli has 10 school whatever this is Tho Argell District in Tho City we thou school facilities a Section bounded on the South by a Lignian Boulevard by thirty fourth Street on Iho Easl and by the City limits on attic North and West would naturally feed a school located somewhere in the neighbourhood of fort third Strucel and Forest Avenue Kust Gro Lnu Section furthermore this is the fastest growing Section in the City Accord ing to the recent census Tho firs Ward in which most of in Venn is included showed a gain in Popula Tiou of from 17000 in 1910 to 22 435 la 19j6 Tho preliminary plans for Fhi Campaign were made Friday eve Nung at an informal meeting at the Home of m j bracket 1260 forty third Street there arrangement were made for a mass meeting in two weeks of All the residents of the Community that can be prevailed upon to sort of Community Center affair where wives and boy and girls Are invited for music speeches recitations and other text ailment including refreshments and where the plan will be put u for the approval of the entire Dis to let to hold muss meet Tho mass meeting will be Hel at the Waveland Church and it hoped that it will be packed to the Dors this is to be Only the first o a series of meetings this Winter that the wave Landers mean bus Ness was demonstrated by the Oul lining of plans for a census of a the school children As Well As infants who will soon be available of a new school the District was mapped out e reels and a Man assigned to cacti reel to conduct Uio census Unuer e direction of Hurt German who and charge of Tho recent census of be City huh Licu school Nitim the nearest school from the can roof this District is Julibell school Street near in Sci Oil or a tie away and two Pilles from Tho Xor Emo Northern part of Iho Dos a Hubbell s already crowded s Are also Elmwood and Kirkwood in nearest schools on the East it s argued that a wave Laid school Ould go a Long ways toward cur Allong Tho congestion at these schools there is talk now of tin Ici Hiou to a Hubbell school wave and argues that if it had a school n addition would Noble necessary Young Lintl Ltd another argument Wacl aiders a sauce is the fact that Many of heir new residence District Are com Ara telvely Young families where Hildren arc numerous one Block if fort fifth Street has 10 children ust How Many there are1 in the Dos Rich the wave Landers expect Lobo Able to show the school Board in old Black and White figures within to next two weeks Waterloo Man cant bring suit in St Paul Isy cml re Pron waterloo111 oct Kinin Long Iii Ureil White a passenger on Tho Chicago great Western will not to allowed to sue Tor damages Lierck and at St Paul at the snip Elmo he sued for damages in Tho courts Here and then Start etl a action for damages at Paul an injunction has been granted stopping the latter suit at least until the local Case is Dis posed of heavy Oil Wagon crushes Alt woman under by a Niue frets Sioux City in oct Mary winterhoff 51 of Alta was run Down by a heavy Oil Wagon Lac night and fatally injured Thea cadent was witnessed by scores of shoppers in the Down town District the wheels of die Wagon passed Over the woman left leg and site pave decision monday District judge Utterback bounced saturday lie Ifould hand Down his opinion monday in the Silt of grand Avenue residents to re Strain the City from assessing them for the Complete resurfacing tie Street which the claim needed Only some Patching Dale Rutgers dark Norton the hyperion club fortnightly afternoon Bridge party Friday was enjoyed by about forty club women their friends mrs Samuel Larimer being the hostess the Jhin score prizes were awarded to Jmes dares James Lee Andrew Carl Ison John a Eddy Joel Tel tic Harry barn nist Aaron so ritzy Kalpa a Bokon and Oscar a the eve Ning entertainment in accordance with their Satur Day custom mrs Genevieve bad mrs Robert Haines miss Gorgine and miss Mario Van mrs Clayton Graham entertained he Kappa Kappa Kappa girls at a Oclock luncheon today at her Home n West thirty ninth Street covers were Laid for twelve the misses Anita Craft and Syl via Pugh gave a miscellaneous Shower Friday As a compliment to miss Ruth Simmons a ride of the month the guest who participated in the court Csc were the misses Anna Gibson Mario Lloyl Voreh Clara Conklin Frances slay ton Lucille Slayton Lucile Smith Ethel her Man Alberta paler Parson Martha Goodwin Lecla Gibbon Ruth Roland Dorothy Zimmerman Maureen bump honoree and the hostesses know mrs Charles k to Missor slate organizer for the Chai Ilacqua institution will attend the seventh District meeting of the i f w c at to Waukee tuesday to represent the Chauthi Iliia department of the federation miss aggie Heck left this morn ing for Minneapolis in her Honor mrs Samuel Evans gave a luncheon Friday at the mrs Percy Collins has return to her Home in Tulsa okla of an extended visit with her sister mrs Crom Bowen miss Alice Brinkman kit frail noon for her Home in Altus Oil after spending several weeks i relatives and friends in Des Moines curator Edgar r Harlan is certain Long his parents or and mrs Samuel a Harlan of Stockport i or and mrs it r Randall leave wednesday for watch Rio where they will make their Fum Home or Ralph Sollon will returnth1 Boone tourists lose gallon of alcohol each Charles Davis on 1220 East Wal nut Street and Harry Bingham 105 East Twenty ninth Street each lost one gallon of we risky and one gallon of alcohol at the hands of the police Friday night when they left a Boone interurban car Council must explain District judge utter Marti will hear i application saturday by citizens f Grimes for a writ of certiorari Pon the Grimes Ciunci to compel Lem to grins in tile records and i lain a recent increase in the assess int Over that made by the assessor hey claim it illegally mrs Ann Roberts Dies mrs Ann Roberts 69 died Fri a at her Home Southeast fifth Street burial sat Nadav i i Mitchellville mrs Axnas Smith mrs Anna Sophia Smith 75 died thursday at her Home 309 South East seventh Street survived by five children or Anna c Ander son mrs Ida Mcallister mrs Amanda Kendall August Smith and Fred Smith funeral sunday Al p m from Tho residence interment it Glendale cemetery i01ix be Kukk pc Krat the funeral of John Geezer who died Friday night at the Home of his daughter mrs Whitney Malhis 1835 East grand Avenue will he held monday from St marys can run at s a m Wariki Daniel Dobro Tulskie 30 died Friday at the Iowa lutheran Hospital funeral sunday at 2 p in from new Lens funeral Parlours interment at Glendale started resenting Long came to the Tal to oppose extradition the Ken Tucky official gave it up and failed to appear Here think boy Leader of organized fire bugs r linked press Sioux City la oct state an local fire marshals Delv ing into the epidemic of incendiary fires Here think with the arrest of Bud Gath 17 yesterday they have the Leader of a gang of fire bugs who have started at least five fires Here in eighteen months soon after Gath was arrested several mysterious fires were started and officials think they originated Ullh other members of the gang May resign Chicago oct mrs Ella f Lagg Young superintendent of Chi Cagos schools thru she thinks so she intimated today that she would not seek reelection in about six weeks there will he an election said mrs Young i font think i be a candidate for reelection i have done my duty and need a rest additional Arches t t Elk ii of i Hist and 1teusaut streets find s woman pastor ii y in Ami i m sub Jet mount no thu nation a Venin Sermon Sii Lwirt tie firs Ilii Jap school at m curl relm Isi Cavor it n m a acct and Avenue Ouarles iks Lor up Riff ii n m incl 11 in in tit morning Anil re Nfn by Iai if Chr Auto Tyr Kyc Nanc a rewire fur in Vir music Iii Nur Chr Tiro inn of idol airs in Wiki Hilife Sci tool no 1 m Hihl it 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Rin ninth and Franl t m Pamir Al id a us fir Haiti it k m Mij Limiti stint in mrnr1iinin Numis at 11 n m n to m Hiir or j m in finn at k no sri Tenn inf Vrr at Oso r in it ii i in jnn1 n in mom ins vol jul tinny cd it n if Nln r will Ink Rulif convertible at the option of the Holder on any Date not later than april 151920 or provided that notice be Given not later than april in 1920 at maturity Par for Par into 1525 year joint arid several per cent Bonds of the governments of the United kingdom of great Britain and Ireland and the French Republic such 4y per cent Bonds will be payable principal and interest in United states Gold Coin in new Yak City free from deduction for any present or future British or French taxes mature october 151940 but will be redeemable at Par and accrued interest in whole or in part on any interest Date not earlier than october 15 1930 upon three months notice a Large amount of these Bonds having already been withdrawn for investment we whose names appear below offer on behalf of a countrywide group of institutions and Bank ers the unsold balance subject to prior Sale and change in Price Price 98 and interest yielding nearly per cent payment May be made either in full on october 29th or at the option of the purchaser 50 per cent on october 29th and the balance on december 3rd application will be made to list these Bonds on the now York Stock Exchange temporary Bonds will be ready for delivery on or about october 2dtb exchangeable for tie definitive Bonds when prepared j p Morgan co new York pm in at itch up sri n ii a m l it 10 n m moral no it s n n5 at 11 us t in a m an i n Nili 1 m and Carol All Eclon Greene King Chicago Breed Harrison Chicago c f Childs co Chicago Curlis Hanger Chicago to Mower we rfcs Chicago Kean Taylor co Chicago Kissel kinnicutt co Chicago Lee Higginson co Chicago Peabody Houghteling co Chicago William a read co Chicago Redmond co Chicago William Salomon co Chicago Spencer Trask co Chicago White Weld co Chicago 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