Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 22, 1912 · Page 8
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V You will want be siir6 that it to g^t into your new warm coati. Whether it be a heavy cloth, a Novelty, a Plush, a Velour or a Caracul, bears a "Chesterfield" label, ancl there will be no doubt whatever about the style, or the fit, or the service GUARANTEED SEALETTE PLtJSH COATS with Caucasian Lamb collar and revers and 6-inch cuffs. Skinner satin lined. All sizes. Special price ^.......' $25 $6.98 $12.50 INFANTS' AND CHILDHteN'S COATS, ages 1 to 14 years; neat, nobby styles in Caraculs, Plush, Serges and Novelty Mix$1.98. S2.98. up to $10 CARACUL COATS with 'high grade mercerized satin lining, large shawl roll collar7 in sizes for women and misses. Special, price / i ' ' • PLUSH COATS with large shawl roll collar, 5-inch cuffs, mercerized lining full length; all sizes. Special price .V. , , cures, all colors, some trimme.d, others plain; large sailor collars; some with belts; in fact, anythirig to please the little ones. Prices A Boon to Stout Women Special Coats in Sealette Plush, large shawl roll collar, deep cuffs, satin lined; size 46 to 54. Special Sale price, each m SEAL PLUSH COATS Guaranteed satin lining full length and wide sweep; large collar and revers; deep cu^fs. Sizes 46 to 56 bust. Special : $25 Big Bargains in Our Millinery Department for This Week $1.00 .. 50c $3.50 100|CHILDREN'S HATS in all the new styles, all colors, all shapes snd varieties; values up to $2.00. P"'or this week, your choice, each .... — 50 CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' HATS in navy, black and red; pi'ctty new styles; small and medium shapes Value up to $1.39. Your choice, each ; ' . 25 LADIES' HATS, nobbily trimmed, in all the newest models; lieauLiful combinations and colors. Your choice, each DO YOU KNOW THAT THE WOMAN WHO WEARS A GOSSARD CORSET Is proud of her figure and enjoys real comfort? If you have worn a corset, one that is endorsed by physicians of authority—it is one of 1 • • . " " The Gossard Corsets "They Lace in Front" Our dosignors of GOSSARD CORSETS arc expert in Iiuman anat­ omy—Uicy know the exact science of placing llie boning to obtain pleasing comfort and continued style, even to the last wearing service. THE GOSSARI) front iaced corset ^ves added support to the back. They :ire a real help in exercise and a joy in relaxation, as every style is subjected to the >[OST lllGin and thorough test so that any iws- sihle defect is adjusted before the corset is offered for your consideration. * 1 ; For women misses and g'irl.s—wo have special model:; to fit; large, medium and slender figures, made in a. variety of fabrics. rrired $3-50 fo $6..'i0. ! •Skilled corseticres (rained in the fitting of Front Ijaced Corsets will fit you. Surgical fittings receive special attention by our graduate nurses. A liberal pi.iraHler of satisfaction poes wllli rver}' jorscl. New No. ZSZ. Special Price . $:t.50 This model is a top liner in our corset family since it meets tli^; requirements of the woman who, as fashion dictates, desires slender hip lines. The bust is low and the skirt is extreme Jcngth. I 'rice _ - L fUO to |^.0:> First Floor WARM BLANKETSi Flxtra all wool grey 11'i Blankets; i-egular j^rice .$="). This week $3.98 All wool California I»l<nik^ eUs, white only. Special $5 Beacon Blankets; we have a full line of these btankets, ranging in price 50c to $5.00 $3.00 German plaid blank• ets; special $1.98 Beacon Baby Crib blankets, pink and blue, each 39c New Ideas in Fancy Work. See north window display. The most comprehensive display of art needlework ever shown in Tola and vicinity. Children's Gauntlet Gloves per pair 50c for This Week! TEN BARS CASTILE SOA FOR 25C Continuation (|f our Monster Soap Sale. Always sold at tlie drug stor^ at oc bar. Our price for this week 10 bars ...... 2.1c Guaranteed strictly i)urc. SWEATERS i For the School Girl; new fancy, patterns tn all wool Red. Sweaters, i Prices $2.50 and $2.98 New patterns jn Calicoes, best brands onlyj yard.. 5c Heavy Outing, j'ard 10c Good quality Outings, a yard i Gj-ic BEAR BRAND YARN For .sale by us. We are sole agents for these celebrated yarns. Books on crocb.ct work, each 25c Ask to see the new Rococo Yarn. Extra Sizes Black Satteen Petticoats for stout women only. Special price $1.25 and $1.50 LADIES' HOSE. Black only. High grade, cotton ho.se, spliced bed and toe; all sizes; regular 25c hose; on sale H pair for 50c New Colonial Draperies for fall .1912-1918.. Priced, a yard ......2.5c, 35 up to 98c Ask for them. First shipment of SWEET GRASS BASKETS just received. Now is the time to make your seiection for the Holidays. New -HOCKfcY CAPS for the chile School Girl. Price 50c and 98c The new "POLAR HOODS" for thdren; priced at 25c and 50c The Store That Sets the Pace No One Can Follow NEW Small Stores Can Not Buy at These Prices THEBBOSHEIT CtOB'S M^^^ ' liOCAIi ORGAMZATIOX I i , • ^ ITS ITKPOSE. STATi:s ' «poBteods Out .Boo««T4>I( k Itriiulili "can >'0Biii «e Tboufch Colonel Says OtherwiM-. 'J-i 'The following Btatemeiit of the atli- tUd« of local "Roosevelt Club" in ^ r^^he prei^nf campaign was submitted .ojiJtothe KcglBter for publication. In its afriffort to |be a newspaper before any- ftibJng else th© Register prints It as Alm"»f the Alen County KOOKB- . r Telt Club. ';t-s?The drganleaUon bearing the name jttsedin tti© tiUe to tbis^rtlcle has for j.parpoBe the elecUon of president dectars pledged to vote for Theo^ TBotmrtit for President At the . 'held in-Aagujst last, the H«- ilfUesn; voters elected nien-iio pledg- & maJOM^-ot 3S,000 orer candl- '^1 dates for the same position pledged to •support Mr. Taft. This organization ? Moi a club cither in the literal or the usual iioliUcal moaning of that word. l< does not have & mumbership roll, nor does it hold stated meotings. Kather it Is an organization after, the nature of a campaign commiltt«e. and ! its work Is confined entirely lo turlh- iering the interests of the Roosevelt i •'lectors. The organization was j brought about by several meetings of ; Republicans who do not approve of the methods employed to name Mr. Taft at the Chicago convention.. No good purpose can now be accomp- 1 lisbcd by recounting the acts of the ; man who manipulated' that convention. 1 Those things have gone down Into his- I tory. It only remains to be seen j whether the vqters will approve them. "All the men composing this organization are Republicans. In answer to the charge^ that they have bolted the head of the ticket attention is called to the fact that themen making such charges have, most 6f them, been uniformly refusing to be bound by the action of the Republicans in Allen county, the Second'-Congressional district and the state of Kansas, for several campaigns last past; and are now •% • _ ! openly refusing to be ix>und by the I primarjf election of last August. They I do not |;harge that any fraud or coer- jclon was use in that primary. They I base their opposition to the men nomi- I nated at that primary they refuse to j support, solely on the ground that; much from certain quarters, permits they do not approve of the political: a man to accept as many nominations principles espoused by such candi- • for the presidency as may be tendered Roosevelt And not Taft is the real Ro- mcnts will rrcognizn herein set forth ! laudable. The vague counter chr »rj :e publican candidate for President. But; one phase of the Chicago convention > jg ,hat Taft Republicans in the past It is said that he has since accepted | lanple. .Nothing is said of the admit-. , rontrrossion-i! the nomination of another party and, tedWi. that Mr. Roosevelt had over °™ t .-K r congression.i! repudiated the Republican parly. The i 100 men at hand, contesting delegates "cKcis. Which refers to the lati constitution about which we.hear so " ( to thf» convention whom his own fraudulent oJfort to elect L*. S. Guyer friends on the credentials and nation- '""s Congressman, a black chapt.-r m ill commlltrys vote«l as having no. Second district politics. " standing. With the delegates rightful- .\ll of which is ancient history. t!if> dates. That is to say, they want to | him. In fact it "does not recognize! ly belonging to Mr. Taft prevented new party whose chief claim to .sui)com pel voters and candidates to. ac-i parties at all. It Is not Republblean- I from \-oling because of these trick con, l)ort is based on the cry of 'rraud' cept the views of a minority of the j istn that t:;olonel Roosevelt repudiates; | tests, to have let the convention act as having ^ little record of its own ih;u party as the principles of the party. it is the methods used to throttle thf 1 a crodentlaie committee, wonid have ' • "Nor Is this a case of where one set of men are^glvlng the fact that another set of men have bolted or are Intending to bolt the tickef as an excuse for their own act. The writer of this concedes the right, nay the duty of every.^an to vote as his own judgment dictates. The Roosevelt organization bases its case upon the evidence that had it not been for improper methods amounting to fraud Theodore Roosevelt would have been nominated at the National Republican convention. Fraud vitiates everything It enters Into and renders It, void. It is a maxim of universal ap|>lication that, what should have beenj done is. presumed in law to have I been done. ^ tience by that rule we contend Jibat j IS ONLY ONE JIMENOMENT Itoldc lire Oneral Ticket on KoTen lur ... liirre Will Be Suffrage ISiillot Only. The Rcsi.-ter ha& been asked to state what amendment.s to the Constitution will of the Republican voters. The j robbed Taft of 100 or more votes by party should be made up of and con- j a Roosevelt fraud. But Roosevelt de- trolled by its voters, not its leaders. I mandod that the convention pass on Anything short of that Is not good for ' the credentials, only uncontested delc- the country. Armies of voters all ov- i gates voting. In other words he fav- er the nation liavc joined together in I ored changing the rules of deciding so a protest against the action of the that he woul(Abeneflt. When he lost men who gave out in advance that j'there and it was made known that they 'had the committee' and would (Hadley or some other Progressive nominate Taft. In Kansas these .votr j could have the nomination, he refused, ers are working in harmony with' the r No nomination suited him unless the party in the state and iire for the^Lnominee was himself. And so he bolt party . state ,and county tickets. The AU&a county organization is working for the entire state, district and county ticket and invites the Republicans who favor the election of Mr. Taft to join them in the work;" Readers who have followed develop- ed and has quit the Republican party and Is fighting it and asks ail his followers to leave It and fight it. And the Allen County Roosevelt Club hasj bolted the head of the Republican ticket. • " - i That, they say is Hot only right but needs a scrub broom. Voters geneniU. , -. . ... , . . . ^. ly are already set as to national arl.l.*^ ^'^^"^ ^« submitted at the state tickets, but if the contrTuiilng i Rleition on November 3. words of the Bull .Moose committee's There will, be but one and that per- communicatiou' Is an overture for tains to equal suffrage. It will ap- peace within the Republican party in pear on a srcparate sheet and will be Allen county., it should receive care- marked "Amendment Ballot-" fwf and earnest and cordial considera- The qu<-stion will be read as follows: lion at the bands of the Taft Club. As" matters stand the Republican count.v i Shall thcU'oHowing be adopted? candidates are neglected entirely while both organizations war over national and state tickets. The Taft men assert that they are Republicans; the ' Roosevelt men sa ythey are' Republl- • cans and so t^r as the county candidates are concerned they doubtless "Aniendhient to the Con- YES stitutiort granting equal' : : rights and privileges to !i women." • : NO Those favoring equal suffrage •win.;, will not question any voter very close- put thehir cross In the Yea SQnar^^-j ly about the rest of the ticket if he those opposing will place a croas lBi,.j, proffers a vote for the county ticket. , the No square. * t'-''^

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