Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 23, 1903 · Page 5
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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Tuesday, June 23, 1903
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On.Jaunary 5, 1903, an early.morn- Jng car on the electric ^railway and an ~ ea^tbound Katy paissenger train collided with results disastrous to both trains at the crossing In East Ipia. ik>th sides place Wle^sponslblllty on the other and ask' damages, and a number of passengers injured claim damages./ To settle the questions Involved the railroad companies have agreed on a board of arbitration. The Katy selected C. H. KImbali. of Parsons, the electric railway chose W. H. M(^li)ire, ajd these two selected oJhn D.^ ,llilIIIcRi, : of Mcpherson,, as the third |membcr. 'This board came together ini lola to^ Jay and will probably hold a. session of several days to decide the points at - Issue. An agreement was signed by both roads as follows: The board shall have power to'arbi- Irate and settle the following questions: ' • 1. Which party is responsible for the collision? , 2. Which is liable for the damages the two sustained? 3. Wliich is liable for damages to third party? Names of persons Injured, Itemized statements of claims, and other information! is to be furnished the board and both sides agree that the board's decision shall be final. The arbitration of the case is something new and interesting in such a case and its outcome will be awaited with Interest. Nearly a Race >Var at-Ft Scott. Ft. Scott narrowly, escaped a ra':c> war yesterday. An old negro hamcd James Kincr was arrostcil Saturday and yesterday he had a trial in police court. Ho walked out of the roomaud was- overtaken by Chief iMendenhall. The Negro is 70 years old but wiry ^and furious at the police a.nA he kicked bit, and fought all the way back. Hisi wife ran to help him and two ofilcers fought them back into the court roojn. It took ten minute.s to overcome and handcuff the old man and the whi>.c-s and blacks in the room were almost ready'to take sides when the war ended. Last night Kincr's son emiitied his revolver at a policeman and escaped. Hundreds of negroes stood on the street muttering and most of them side with Kiner while the whites back the officers. Only a spark was necJsd to start a race war. Fingers Cut in a Lawn Mower. The liitle son of Sir. and Mrs. Joha i«^n.'of 215 Chestnut street, had a sad- experience with a. lawn mowor this morning. He was playing with the machine and got his fingers between the knives in such a way as '.o cut three of them severely. Drs. Morgan aind Allen were summoned and they managed to save two of the fingers but the third one was so badly in Jurod that they deemed It advisable ,U' amputate it. The boy is getting along nicely and will soon have forgotten his unpleasant experience, savo wlien he is reminded of it by the mutilated hand. Little Girl Lost This Morning. A little nclce of Mrs. Jimmy no-;Idin, the base ball pla}^^. was lost in town this morning and it was several hours before any trace of her could be found. She had started from tbe Bouldin rooms in the CofTey block to a grocery on the north side, but got her directions mixed and when found was wandering east and had been taken in ch^ge at the homd of Mrs. Barbier, at 520 East Lincoln street. She. w«is restore^ to her home in safety. Temperance in the Park. Thos. N. Doutney, temperance lecturer from Boston, Mass., will speak and;sing from the band stand in the parl^ at 7:30 tonight. Mr. Doutney. is a strong friend of the jsoldier and sailer. He vigorously j defended the late P>resldent William McKinley on the canteen question and has I the str6ngest endorsements of the Republicai'n-national committee for his work on these lines in the last presidential campaign. He was frequently assigned to accompany ' Juflg^ >^npw governor Yates of Ill^ois, as'^ speaker. He was in the entire campaign from the start to the tlose. His credentials from whereyer he has spoken during the twenty-fiVe years and over of hte labcirs for temperance, are the bcstl He has been; hotel and saloon owner and a .virtim jof the drink habit and therefore speaks from the book of experience. , Notice to Bidders. ' I, will receive bids for macadapizing of road In District No. 2. Bids wUl be received up td- June 30. The Tight Is reserved to reject ;ahy and all bids. WM. BAXIi]^, Road Overseer. I; ALL Third Week of this 9ig Bargain Event. WEEK Wittoiit Parallel as tisftal we scale t^heigdts^of If yott have been disapipoiiiteii els^^ know yo0 faave, eideayoi* to balance^yotn* i accotfnt by coming bete and avail yotifself of th<s many money saving bppqtttsnitiei tbat ^re presented to yoit at this store every day» Extraordinary Sacrifice Sale All T^i* Week. Fame; 4c JFor Best Calicoes, worth 6c. week 4c per yard. Balance this SySOO Yards Laces Insertions and Embroideries at eacrificing prices, all this Spring's production, new, "up-to-date designs. We can please you if others fail, come and look through our numerous stock, it will pay you. For Ladies' Fast Black Hose,; regular lOp. kind, special for the balance of this week; Sc per pair. : 7k For 3G inch Percales, sells everywhere for 10c, Balance this we^k 7ic. 5c For Satin Stripe Dimities, worth 8 l-3c, balance this week 5c per yard. 19c For Silk Alulls worth' 35c, extraordinary bargains for the balance of this Week, at 19c each. 39c F lOc j )r Ladies' Shirt Waists worth 75p, special for balance thib week-'30c. i • For Fine Lawns and Dimities, sold for 15o, ^ special for the balance this week 10 cent::; J per yard. - \ Pjor Madras Ginghams wortli lOq, balance 1 this week 6Ac per yard. . | For Ready-Made Pillow Cases, special for balance this week, Oc each. For Brilianteens in black and two shades of blue, worth regular 50c, special balan.-.o \ thiis week 39c per yard. Forfiiie DimintitiSj received late on account of the flood, go on sale for Balance of this week at 12^c, vcoith 20c. ' For Ladies' drop stitch Hose, regular 15c kind, special for the balance of this week 10c per pair. For Fine SUkTissties and Silk Granadieus; regular 59c quality, go on sale for balance this week at 39c per yard. New ^hltc waists Exclusive stylos made special for us. See the trade winners, $1,11), ;|il.50, $1.9B, !i<2..-lS, $'2:98, $;f.48, $:).l/8, §iS5, $5.85. ; Walking and Press Skirts In end lees variety. 500 to select from, Silk, Cloth, Mohair. Kti- mene, Voil, Linen, White Pique, Chambery' Linen, Fancy Duck, ail new and up to the minute at eacrificing prices from 98 cents up to $25.00. Corsets, BustleiSy PadSy Etc. I^pecial: values in Corsets, Bnatles and Pads. Long Hip Erect Form "W. B. Worlds Best*' Healthful, stylish and comfortable, model for each different build of figure, 25c, 50c $1.00, $1.50 $2.00. Shoes, ©xfords ; and ^apdfff# For Ladies, Mjsees,- Bo^^s ^ind Children, cheaper tlidii you can'buy them else"^ where. guarantee-every pair pf; shoes tbat leaves our; house, anew? pair for every ^^air that goes wrong,- Fjancy Parasols Extraordinary reductjions for the balance this w^ek. We will give you a special discount of 10 per cent on all ParasQJs .i DJDn't delay, come at once and take advantage; of our special^ prices. Gauze Underwear Terrific selling of Ladies', Misses'^ and Children's Gauze/ Underwear. See table display for pric^, jieieveless, with sleeves or wing sleeves, uo, 8ic, 10c, 12ic, 15c, 25, 50c. x Carl^ets, Linoleums/Curtains Hot bargains in Carpets, Lace Curtains, Portiers, Linoleums, Oir Cloths, Rugs, Mattings, Curtains/Poles apd Window"S^ia^es"^ See us by all means fpr,youi;^Housefurnishing$. ' ' Advertisers of Facts More for Your Yotf can get Ail the" Money tban i : Extra To Insfsi^ Proi^ and Sat* - islactor/ S§ef- vfce.(

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