Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 5, 1912 · Page 6
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, October 5, 1912
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6 THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, SATURDAY EVENING, 0 CTOBER 5.1912. DOPE OF THMSIIBOOT EdOHl! rPopotARWAsmmTON SOCIETY ^ • > WED ASST. SECRETARY OF TREASURY! BOSTON AXD XEW YORK .SHOULD BE CL08ELY JMATrHEl) TPOIO Rpconls ('nin|>nn>*I us to IIHUnic and Fleldliic Show Aboiit iin Kirn Rrrak. : CBy fhr- Assootntert Pr.-ssi New York. Oct ".—If ilic work of the baseball mallipmalifiaiis has not been tn vnin tho baitlin^ and flctding averages of thr fWants anrt Hfl Sox Indicate a closer ^ontpsl for tho world cbanTl)ion.s)iip t!ian tho partisian supporters of either oluli arc willing t<i ad tnU: AUhouch the major leapiic seasons ,-have not quite romo to their <yi]ctal close, a coiiiparlson of i.lie total reeord Tor.the" two ponant winnint; elnb^. "compiled from otnrinl fl^iiroM Is up to within a few frames nf the finish, as followp: FleldinR NV\v York. Ho.xton Putouts AsBlstt: . Errors . FleldInK iverai;!' . H.-ttlhiK l.ti.-fi . or .i (ITS 7 ••..'> 1 .L'.-.4 so 3.C22 1.CSS KM 4.4fiG i;'.M 1.2:!fi •JT6 2:!2 At bat Runs Hits Bntting avi-ras'" Umn lllls Two-liase Three-base Home runs 44 ,2.'' Total bases . IT.". I l.f .sv SacrltU'o hits . - ^ l»'.t l<>r. Sto'.en bases . ... 2.".i> ItU ._.D1... ... >;i:;rv .. S Til A KI. In almost every inslaiicty it I s «o- ticable how slitlit tlie ilifference is between the clulis In either ileparlraent of'the canip In fieldintr. er.i>e<'ially Is oul-lli'IdlnB the-superiority of tlie Hosten '-lub has been much va>intr>I by its followers. Tris Speaker, the Doston centcr- flelder. alfhoigh havins a li;;hlly lower .fiddtnc averagf- than his two colleagues |in tlie "outer garden." his the reninrkable battinir avrracf of .SS7. Murrqy of the .New York oiit-field. has been battinp a few points belter than Hooper, while the fielding aver- Larry Doyle. ages ef both mpn are identical, each practically leading the <>utii«?lders of their rp.-pective IcaRuc-S-with marks of .972. Becker and Lewis havo t)ie same battine average.; .270. and higher but a few points in fielding. The weak spot of the .\ew York outfield would appear to he In Pevore's average of .R97 • and .batting of .243. Xew York's batting strength among inflelders. however, i.s quite a's pronounced, from the figures.-'as Boston's ..advantagel in t!ie out-field. M«rkle. > with a batting average of .3i>7 has been hitting better than Stahl. but at the • same time conceding to the Boston player a few points in fielding. I..arry • Doyle, at second, has t>e?n hitting better than Yerkos. but also concedes several jtoints to the Uoston man in fl'<3lding. At shorlshop it Is a toss-up between Wagner and Fletcher in both batting and fielding, but at. third the .comparison is all in the fa,vor of Gardiner, for batting, which with a record • of .31S he pairs with Speaker for honors of the club; Herzog of Ncw^ York has a better record on third base thaa and good service and at all times offers the Best Goods for the price, ho matter >^af the price. t... CMdren's Week Next Week COMMENCING MONDAY wc shaH place on sale as follows: Children's Seal Plush Coats, high storm collar or shawl roil; French Serge linings; all sizes. 4 to 14 years; special price $4.38 JI'NIOU COATS, sizes 13. 1.'.. 17 years, also Misses* 14 It;. 18. in choice quality French Caracul, black only, shawl roll collar; excellent linings; special 1 .$8.98 Misses' Fancy Caracul Coats, full length, new snake collar; nil line«l; sizes 14, 16. 18 (ind 20. 8|>ceial price $10.00 Oirls' Norfolk Coat!-, in grry and brown with fancy collar and cuffs; ages fi to 14 yi-ars; special price -. $5.98 Exquisite Examples of New Fall Maiinery TRIMMED HATS that are unusual, distinctive, different. Price<l nt i "• $5 to $7.50 .SWKIX mJiCK VELVET MATS— large, medium and small 'shapes. AUi cleverly trimmed. Priced.itt $6.S0 The now "ITCHEKOO lUT" for tha .school girl. Ask to see them. Specially priced at $1 .25. $1 .50 DP to $2.5Q MiM Laura MerrUm and James F. Curtla. Wachinpton. Oct. 5.—Society is now I waiting the announcement, which is Mii.K Merriaui ]>oi>ular girls in is on" of lip- nio."t Washington society. fo be made soon, of the engagement , j^,,„ jj, „ great horsewoman and has the of Miss l«iura daughtor of j j,y,inrtlon <>F being the first woman to .file former governor of Minnesota to .lames F. Curtis, assistant secretary of the treasury. go up in an aeroplane in the (i-apitai. Mr. Curtis belongs to a distinguished Boston family. Cardner by several points. Ret ween the catchers the batting honors lie with Meyers of New York, with about 80 points over Carrigan of Hoston. and his fielding is also a few points adead. ^ Experts agree from the figures as a whole, distilled from the record of practically every ball In play during the major league's season, there is lit- 'le to choose, except the fact that the clubs are evenly enough matched to provide a world series of the highest order. ^ BIBLE A\n GV.n CL.i.SSE.S tn If ore InferPhI Shonld Be .Shown V. M. r. A. Work. There were twenty grade scliool boys jt the first Roys' Hible Class yester- i?ay afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Although this was not near the number who had pledged themselves to attend, an organlaztion was affeftert. Cecil tones was elected president; Clifford Cummings. vice president; Paul Hutchinson, tiecrctary and Ival Powell, treasurer. Secretary Walker Intends to visit all the schools again, and endeavor to secure a class of at least seventy-live boys. Since tho Installation of the Husl- ncss Men's and Professional Men's lyiunasium classes, it has been found that the men were not responding with the proper enthusiasm. Practically all the business men of the town would be well repaid by attendance at one of the classes. Preachers and onic' men are especially requested to take more interest in the classes. Monday and Thursday nights are for the Business men. and Thursday; and Saturday afternoon from ."• to 6;.10 for the pro- | fessional men. FAVORS THE COUNTY FMtMEfl Wonid Be (irenlest Help in the Im. provenient of .Mctbods and tlie inr^ea^e of Prodnrlinn. For County Treasurer JOHN T. TYLER Pres. lola Uuslness College- Your Support Solicited CHILBBEN FOLLOWED UOOiSE. '•.V Hundreds W«re. Bellghled rniijne Visitor. the (Hy tlic Assiint.-itrd Prosw) Iiidiumpolis. Oct. ;">.—In an:address l )ef"re till! National (.'onservation Congress. Howard H. Cross, in-esident of tho N :fti(mal Soil Ferttllty I.pague. today said that tho placing in each coiini.v throughout the country of a trained farm dcmon.strator was the best po.ssihie plan Jor improvement of agric'talture in the United States. •1-:xperlence has shown that the issuing of bulletins by tho Department of Agriculture and the Experiment Stations have little influence on the farmer." said Mr. Gross. "They are not written in the language of the farm; they have comparatively no value in reaching the actual tiller of the .soil. • ^ "We have our farmers' institutes and the railways run their lecture trains. These have done some good, but they ha\e all fallen woefully short of meol- Ing the situation, i "The farmers are tired of talk, talk talk; they demand something more Show them a concrete example to provr- your c(mlenjtlon and If the results are s;itisfnttinr.T the.v become imii'ediiitely Interested. "Hence, the time has come when this vast fund of useful knowledge must be taken to the fanner in the personality of a farm demonstrator, who will Mipot I he-fanner on his own land and show him how to undcrst.iuo and aindy. the best methods known to science: talk must go over into action. We must rca<h the present farmer. "To this end the .National Soil Fertility League was organized for the purpoKt! tif creating a general and DORSET GREEN WONT AESIGN ?iE (iRO KLEfTOR BEFIEH OBBER OK rOMMITTKEMAX WHITE. Otiier!! Alt Got OIT tke Tirliet, Bnt Orefii Mar Rrslsl Appeal Etn Of Colonrl BOOSCTPIL Tojwka. Kas . Oct. 4.—William Allen While tonight filed with Secretary of State Sessions the resignations of seven of the eight Roosevelt electors nominated at the Aiignst primaries. The one Roosevelt' elector, who refused to resign is Dorsey Green, negro of Kansas City, Kas. The resignation of the rollowing were filed: R. M. Armstrong, R. G. Postlethwaitc. E. S. Rule, John Stewart, L. A. Millspaugh, S. A. Davis and J. A Lister. "You are hereby notiHed," read the resignations, "that I desire hereby to resign as a Republican presidential elector, for which position I was nominated at the Ausu^, 1912 primary, and I request that my name-be withdrawn from such' nomination." White wag asked why Green refused to resign. "You will have tb ask Green," was White's reply. "He likes the job I guess. Colonel Roosevelt today wired Green to resign." "What did Green say to the Colonel in reply?" was asked. "Again you will have to ask Green,' was White's answer. White stated that a great many of the Roosevelt leaders In Kansas tried to get Green to resign but he wouldn't do It. There are places for ten electors on tho ticket. Two Taft electors were chosen at the primary. B. F. Bicker and John Gilmore. The vacancies that nowremain on tbp Republican electoral ticket will b« tiled by the state committee. State Chairman Dol> ley stated that he will take up the matter of fllUng tho vbcanclea with National Committeeman Fred Stanley the first of the week. "I will ask Stanley and whoever else he wishes me to." said DoIIey. lo submit seven names of Taft men to fill these places." The secretary of stale cannot certify the name of Dorsey Green at this time to go on the ticket because be la enjoined from doing so in the electoi>- al litigation now .pending. Whether or not Green remains on the ticket will be decided by the United States Supreme Court, which w^ill review the case some time this month. WELL DESERVED. The Pralsie That ('omen From Thank- fnl iota People. One kidney remedy has known merit. lola people rely u|ion it. 1 That remedy is Doaa's Kidney Pill.s. : lola testimony proves it reliable. Charles Cole. 204 .\. Buckeye St . i tola. Kans.. says: "^In 1901 I was in I such poor health that I had about giv- ; en up hope of ever being cured. Kid- • ney complaint was my trouble and for i twelve years 1 had been trj-ing various medicines for relief but my efforts were unsuccessful. My back was very ; weak and the least work caused intense pains to dart across my kidneys. My feel and limbs often liecame badly swollen and I had difficulty in passing > the kidney secretions. This latter i symptom led me to believe that I had kidney Irouble and on a friend's advice. I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. In a short Ume I felt beUer and I steadily improved until I was cured. In January. 1907. t gave a state mcnt for publication recommending Doan's Kidney Pills and di^rlng the time that has since passed, my opinion of this preparation has not changed. I occasionally take a few doses rinding that my kidneys are thus kept in a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price .'>0e. i Fo8tej?-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. ' sole agents for the United States. , Remember the name—Doan's—and ' take no other. JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY WEEK JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY'S BIRTHDAY IS OCTOBER 7T M . BEGINNING ON THAT DAY WE SHALL DEVOTE A WEEK TO THE CELEBRATION ,OF HIS FAME WITH SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF HIS WORKS AND MANY FEATURES OP GENERAL INTEREST. YOU ARE CORDIALY INVITED TO COME TO OUR STORE. EVANS BROS. GRAND Theatre Every Night! October more vital Interest in the subject of TKo "cn^.,!! „„J r t 1 agricultural development and to se- weT ^^rerd "to 'rn :n ^L ''a'['cxhi 'bilC!^'-j;-!'- yesterday when the Red Goose ap- K"^'-'"'"''" t'"- s^^-^"' states. Lav", Dr^. clnd,^ or» tl^r ,^.??p "i' "l-on a ,dan that will ultimately place fhiwv h7=^To«ii!^^lH ' ^^I'^'F In f^very c.inty a trained farm demon- ™J.I«^L M "r'^/^ strator to assist the farmer t« unde.- hTnrinninM -trf^^^^^^ ^VWY the latest and UESL ble plan and rapid progress has been 'through the colleges of' agriculture. ty and his keeper mounted a dry goods box and delivered a short oration on the quality of the Red Goose School Shoes. The applause was as enthusiastic as it was continuous and every boy and girl vowed at the top of their voice that each was a Sunday school attendant in good and regular standing, thereby qualifying themselves for participation in the penny grab. A photograph of the scene was taken by Mr. Gibson, and then three or four, hundred happy children scrambled in the dust of the street for the pennies thrown to them by the keeper of the Red Goose. FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY. All of the CoIIenn Bvtij and the Scores Will he Watched. Today is a day of battle on college I football fields, and as it will be the first chance this season to get a line on the teams much interest is felt In the outcome. Practically all (he big colleges have games today and In the Missouri Valley conference the only idle team will be tho .Missouri State University team. "The other teams play aa follows: Kansas \B. St. Marys at Lawrence. Nebraska vs. Bellevlew at Lincoln. Drake vs. Parsons at Des Moines. St. Louts vs. Dniry at St.- Loots. Washington vs. Shurtlcff at SI. tXoute. William Jewell vs. Central at Fay- ettf. _ Holla vs. Springfield Normal at Rolla. Mo. ^ . • - J Haakell .TK Kansas "AgBtes." at Manhattan /' - { made in inaugurating it." TWO FtIK WHOLE TirKET. Anthony and rampl)oll Are CandidateH Also. The two Kansas Congressmen who have coni^istently supported President Taft and who are supporting him now are supporting the entire state ticket and advocating that all Republicans do the same—Congressman D. R. Anthony and Congressman P. P. Campbell. Congressman Anthony left no doubt of that when he addressed the county committee of Brown county a few days ago. and asserted his position. He stated that he was for the'whole state ticket although he was for Taft. Congressman Campbell told Attorney General Dawson practically the same tiling ut Independence this week.—To- pcka Capital. WILLIA.VS SPEAKS WED5E8DAT. FamolaH Speaker at XoraB Fair OH October 9th. \ FELL DOWjr CELLAR WAY. YTRS. Johnson, of Saronbnrg Broke Two Ribs by FalL Mrs. John H. Johnson had a serious accident Monday evening when she went to her bedroom (which had no light in it) to put a book upon a shelf, and stepped backwards through a trap door that led to the cellar. She had two ribs broken and was seriously llfuised. She was found on the cellar fioor and Dr. Rannela was summoned who took care of her injuries. She Is recovering nicely.—Savonburg Record. —Extra low prices on new and used gas and coal stoves. Ed Hennenger. West Madison. I George Fred-Williams will .apeak Wednesday of. next week at the Moran Fair. It was stated yesterday tha^ the address would be delivered Tuesday. Though tho date was given r{||tat the day was wrong and those who wish lo attend tho Moran fair and hear the famous publicist ^d political orator, ahoald arrange their' afOtin ao they may attend on Wednesday Instead ot jjTtwwIajr. ' ^ t. HEIIOIICIIT,BllllOUS. • UPSEH "CXSOIIRETS" Bowels Are Clogged and Liver Staffnant— Toa Vtti Cfscarets. You're blHous. you have a throbbing sensation in your head, a bad taste In,your mouth, your eyes bum, your Ekln is yellow, with dark rings under your eyes; your lips arc parched. No wonder you feel ugly, mean and ill-tempered. ITour system is full of bile not properly passed off. and what you need is-a cleaning up inside. Don't continue l>elng a billons nuisance to yourself and tl\os« wl )o love you. and dont resort to barrit physics that Irriute and io}ur«. Remember that most disorders of the stomach., liver and Intestines can b« quickly cured by morning with gentle, thorough Cascareta—they work wbOe you sleep. A 10 -cent box from your druglst will keep your liver and bow- ela clean; stomach aweet and your head clear for montha. CbUdraa tore ta take Cascareta. because t]wy*tast« lOU MIR6ETS WON'72 TO 0 HiKfa .School Playem Smothered the Tram From Yates Center on the (•ridlron. In their game With the lola Midgets foot ball team yesterday afternoon the Yates Center high school team waa shown the ins and outs of the game in its various forms. From the first of the fray the lola boys took the tMll their way and continued to do so until the whistle of the umpire SpSpped the battle. The score was 72 to 0. Eleven touchdowns were made by lola, two by Taylor; Doggett. two: Badgeley. three: Coffman, one: Sheue one: and Thompson, one. Two excellent forward passes secured two of the downs and another secured a good gain. Wendell Lenhart made number of fine dives into the Yates Center line. Taylor made a number of good open field runs and the rest of the players played their worst, or best Two weeks.from yesterday the Mid^ gets hope to play a game with tho Mo- rap team and one week from yesterday the teain hopes to match a game with the Chanute boys. —^Here is a woman who speaks from personal knowledge and long experience, vii., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wilson. Pa., who says. "I know from experience that CHiamberlain'i Cough Remedy is far snperior to any other. For croup there is nothing that excels it" For sale by all dealers. INTEREST !>' WORLDS SERIES good and aerer fripe or slA«a. As Time of Centeiit Drawji >'ear. Interest Actively Increases. Up to this time, interest in the series of games hetween the New York Giants and the Boston Red Sox for the world's.championship has Iieen .'Of a sort of an indolent character. There ,are hundreds of bugs in lola but. some ay, little has been said about the coming series until 4ust now. Part of the apathy was due,' of course to the fact that politics diverted more or less attention from the game and another ardor dampener waa the fact that the pennants in both leagues were clincb>-j ed several weeks ago and there was no use worrying about the result of the championship series until they were at least close at hand. With the series on next week the bugs have braced up and along the streets this morning many argued the g robable result Tbere are many who elleve the Red Sox will prove ieaay winners while the GianU have many admirers who insist that the peerless Christy and the wont^ertul Marquacd will be "right" this f eason. If they are Boston will lose. SENTINEL PRINTING CO., IND- tanapolls. Ind. EsUbllshed 1812. The well-kQOwn manufacturers and importers of Calendera and Leather Adrerilslng speeialtlea now makiac contracts for coming year. Saleamea real aUlUy aad.hltfi moral atandlns <mly eonaldered. Strongest Una:- Moat tlbehil ooimmlaaloB. < Secure your ter- itltonr.- UNITED AMUSEMENT GO. 2 SHO WSO NIGHTLY^ At7>30and9tOO Saturday Matinee 2 Carefully Selected Players o^ Ability Dramatic and Comedy Gems TOG£TH£IC WITH REEL5 or BEST PICTURES w 2 MB. CURTIS AXD MR. PISl'HOX, Barney J. Sheridan Deftly OoUines Their Plrturetn. Barney Sheridan, of the Paola Spirit, gives this pen picture of two men who recently made, speeches therer Curtis is a Kansas product who caught fish in the Kaw river when a. boy. for circus money, rode races at county fairs, went to Sabliath School in a wooden shanty, studied law, got a taste of politics and worked his way into the U. S. Senate. He has done more work for men and women of all parties than any other man ever sent to Washington. Pinchot is a Y'ankee who was Iwrn worth a million dollars, and the coal royalties of his inherited lands have added five millions^ more. ; He was baptized at Marble Font land has made a hobby of forestry just as Lou- la Long, the millionaire Iumt>erman's daughter, has made a bobby of driving horses and saddlers. He gave $25,- OOO to the RepubUcaa campaign fund in 1904, and in 1905 Roosevelt made him Chief Forester, whatever that is. He had a special car, and talked con-, serration, whatever that means, in 1908. under a clause in the civil service law, he refused to let any cash be separated from his royalties for thft^ campaign, and in 1910 Taft separated' him from his special car and his con-' servalion graft. The Gas Qaestioa Solved. ' —A successful oil burner for cocyk' stove, restaurant range, beating afore, or furnace No smoke, no soot;; wlIl-V not carl>onize. On; demonstratloa at: Marr's Bakery. Agents wanted. > Chas. Funk was busineaa visitor- in Colony this morning. i. Wliy EEaire This is the reason why women have " nerves.'.' Whm tho«|bts be^.ls |Mir cloiidr and anoenaia, impultes l*t mad the warning o( paia aad dtstrcM urn asif - ^ like flying mesMfM tiinm<hoat limb* and frame, •trat^htwar. mim» ttaea m ta«, a womaawill lay the oaoae o( the trouble Co lome deCsel at ttio POUM wliars Ibafrst ' felt it. Is it a beadsebe, a backache, a sejnMtion of irritaUUtr w-twkohial aad >. mMoatroilable oervoasneu, Miqcthiol moM be wroaf niA^ht Head or %tcfc a ' woman aatarally aays, but all the tioM the real trottbtp'vatT')Bftc^«salan la the ~ womanly or(aiu. la aloe caac* oat of tea the seat OT the dUfcwdty H hate, aad « womaa thould take rational treatment for its cure. The local dtaaedaraad Ma«- ^' malioo of the driioaie tpeoiai or |aaa .of the lez sboald be .treatsd stsadlfy aad sytleoMtically. br. Pierce, darin< a; lonjf period of pracitce. fonad that a pwerlptlea made from aiedieiaal extraott of native roon,witbout the tiaa o( alealnl, feliaved'-uwli''l|. per oeat. of aoeh caaes. Atier uainK this remedy lor aaaay years la Ua prh^ I * tioe he put'it up in form ol Dr. Pierce!s Favorite Prsaeriptioa, that woiM'ai easily procurable, aad it eaa be Imd at any store whet* OMdiiaia HRS.^ LOO. B. Rxmam, of Zeus. Va.. writes: ** I had been falling la 1 for two years—most of the time whs not able to attend ta my Ji Feiaale weakness was my trouble aad I was getting Tery bad't^t, I Piecoe's medleinea, I am well and strong again. .1 took ooljr flnea' ita Preaeription.'and used the 'Lotion Table^ts.*. I IUFTI Doctor Pierce's wonderful medicines." ^

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