Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 6, 1912 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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5 fTBNEGIp^ TOEH BUT SOAl^ . I 0§,gEBLD, :^BOtE MORE THAN A M^TCH PQB "W^^ i County Election Returns. At Oi. top„ wounded Monteneirlnt balng taken to th. hospital at Podqcritia; J»ottotn, Turkish prisemw iliMtf Bpeot- , .Id. tfia Monteneorin Mlllt ary Headquarteri at Podgarltai A handful of Uaatenesrin aold'erq, EcanUly equipped, have act :uinp UjiMd .wonScra la tha jns jvUIl STuv* toy. In practlcallr every cngacement they have beatea th. Moslem^ who ara much hettar annad. auaA tera ^tahan many Turir!i?b priaonera* _ ^ ^ tm - Tii« Montene ^iins have almost no hospital equipment. One annjion must Ho tha vorK^ nalr « doaaali and very few tniicc.; nurses are in the camps. Becauae of the lack o£ boapjltal firlllflim .lninrada.rt Moatf ' aeKtUta wlU dl« iriiu nlKbt. otherwise be aaved. Brara tkaugh ilie was, Molly felt a ttrfll of terror yhen (he saw the driver had abandoaed ) the staf. and tliat the Indiana were douag (a. That —barely in time—Sergeant Hamlin appiiei'ed. It was one man aguart a score of savages^ ° bat t Ai# was die hero of a dosen daring exploita —"Brick" Hamlm el the gallant Sevendi Cavalry-^*'the lad who brought in Dugan," and :th« same ^Ao made the famous ride from Washita to Camp Supply with Custer's report to ^Mridaa. But there's no need to tell you what Mr. Parrish can do witli an opening like this. If you want to read /Ae finest Randall Parrish story in years, read GREAT NEED FOR TOLERANCr "Judge Not!" Should Be Looked Upon a. a Command in This World of Varieties. a..'' McDomald : V the new serial story we have ^ ^ secured and will print in liberal installments in this paper See Tltat You Get the Issue With the Opening Chapter The unexpected of life Is a proverb. Nevertheless, evarv ouh of us creates in his or her own mind tlx* spectaclo of an ordered world. No two of thests are alike— the cynic's world, the world of the man of business, and the char ity worker 's world, for instance, ar«> hardly recognizable, each by tho other. Yet to each man or woman the world as he or she conceives it Is the lo;;ical and actual world In every point. Hence the Irrepressible con- llict that continually rases wherever anythinK wiiatever Is discussed. Hence, also, the bitterness with which oach man judpos those who differ. They must hn wicked, false, or fools— otherwise they would see the obvious and only realities. I!ut there are so many realities— all real. Theory, no matter how vast nnd various, never catchos up with. :he procession of the actual. Doctrine, however hard and fast, never ^;uit« covers all true spiritual ezpari- ences, as students of the myauc know. J Something Infinitely greater and wider than the mind of man inhabits the universe. "Judge not" la one. of the widest thoughts In the <vorld. meant to .drive home tfan flnlte- ness of the finite. Being ignorant, «hy be Intolerant? i Many a household.'divided asainst it.srlf by the different views of parents and children, needs this recon- •illng thought. Children must differ— holr world cannot be the. same as hat of the older generation. Husland and wife are man and woman, ach seeing life from different stand- TCints of sexJ The world is varioua— It cannot be standardized. There Is \ wonderful Ipeace In the thought—a, perpetual flag of truce. PKK.SinENT— TAim i \VW.«SO.\ RpOSKVKl.T -- SK.>.\TOlt:- sriJBBS - TIUiMPSO.N - J «JOV> T HM»H-1 CAPPBR - IIODOICS sri 'T. nsrimcK- i.kwis . PKT'.:!J!-'0.\ . rOM.MlKSKM W-T IIRADY^ TAGGART_. 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All about how Mr. So-and-So| net Miss So-and -So at Mrs. So^nd -I >o's. And how he said and. she said! ind the world said, and the conse- 1 «pj*nces were that , well, God knows what they were, the • conse- luences. Happening to pick up a book jf games at the library one afternoon, t turned by accident to "Consequences." A thousand memories j rame flocking in upon me. And a: •bought bom not of memory but oti experience. While Ufa, llka-Uie..gaxne. j Is largely a matter of a .man'aod' n-oman meetingii loeetins fcaauaillr 'at Mrs. So-and^Sd^ii}^^th a long train ot ! con8equences ^-^,'l<eaI life not Ilka the -;ame>. what Ui^liarorld says cornea at ast to be otBJKl^ from our calcnla- -ion.: Not tUriii)^ indifference to it—J 'he.Iqve anil!dijlprovai.,^r those atnioCM •!8 Js" the vA^S'irtattf^of .11fe4fcrt ^bK? "3U8e we have to stand alone befara •pe can stand together. The «trbaj(> r onea of the «arth are ever those wjio •lo and say &e thing they most ai ^d loave- the real with God.—Xew Yo >k Press. He was being brought up by an aunt and an iiuele, who cared for him more ttudcrly than some mothers aud fathars care for their own children. Nevertheless, when he was eleven yt-ara old he decided to run away from home. To this act of mad adventure h(- bad been inspired by the delirious fanciea of authors who grind out for the education of our American youth w hat are popular called "itorles of action." Kent on attaining romance ho packed a suit case, whereby bo (bowed himself more thoughtful than many heroes, and furtively made his way to liberty. As soon aa hla absence was discovered by bis aatoand- «d aunt she put in motion every available human machine for his recovery and sent up ber prayers to heaven for aid beyond her own. for this child was the. son of an*adorrd sistor and was as dear as her ow .i il il.. iicr efforts were soon rev.ardud. The }cuthful adventurer was traced, recov. cred and returned to his distressed B«nt, whose relief at finding him sound and whole was beyond words. However, some of the relatives were not satished that the aunt'a loving v-elcome was salutary for the boy. He would not. they argued, be duly impressed with the enormity of hia of- (fense and might repeat It T\)ey nrged ithat the only really beneficial way to meet the situation was to give biin a "jcood. sound whipDiag." » •'Whip him!" exclaimed hia -aunt, her brown eyea shoving rather warm sparks. "We have apent a lot ol money and time and effort to get hlo lack. Why should we whip him?" .^d though the relativea growled, nc chaetisement was adminiatered. He still Uvea in his haj^py home and Is .devoted to his aoaU * Good Fetlowahip. .Good fellowship is aa old aa man. It^ ia one of the elemental things— rooted in man with good and evil. lorVe and hate. Its temples are wherever good men get together; Its shrines aad sanctuaries the hearts of men. 2Uore than the impetuona ootn- p of.youth, it ia the nettled men in men, ' Paaains all jMntilUriea of nation, creed or calling. t^'-i|jilc8'only the open heart, the bon- iMk ilin^pose, the cheerful countenance. Its paaaword is the kindling eye. tU ;fMiiieji the hearty hand—lU finest neaaiKies are unspoken. It is the golden age made manifest Rites, religions, men and measores pasa— good fellowship remaina; for It is etenial love of life, eternal faith, eternal charity and cheer.—James Edward. Kehler. ' At the top, Judoe Mas.!, and court houa. at-Hlll.viU.{ bottom. Wesley Edward, and Sidna Allm. Th. atage ta being set at WythevlIIe. Va., for th. final seen, in the great dranw ot lov. and outlawry which «0aaad at BlUaviaU^ Ta.. hut Uarcfa whaa Judge Tbomton I.. Masale. a spectator and thrae court cfficors • .-re murdered by the AUWgang of out' lawa at the BUlsviUa courthouae. At t WythavlUe Wesley Edwards > B2 Sidna Allen are to be tried for murder en November 7. Two mw: bars of th. gang; Claude Allen and Floyd Allen, hav. already been sentenced to death for the crimes A large amount oi BBoney haa been raised for the de- tase at the twomdi wl. • are about to ba triad, but It. Is not, braved ^CTKEf VPPE ALS TOFKAXf K •\sfcs inlfCTentioB in .Irraasinsr Term* of Peace. Paris. Xov. 7.—The Turkish aniba'^- Fador. Rifaat Pasha, pr'^sented to. .M. Polncare. the premier, and foreisn minister, this evening, the request of the Turki* government for mediation \EW STOMACH RELIEF GETS COUNTRY WIDE ENDORSEMENT f:iu^?t=-ja lit— TV 1i y -nir^if absolute Tn..- new- ri':n»";.v for inr:ia.->?t:-ja 1 i'.—^.T- u .v ,-'::s.-;i an "a!!.-ri ••i>ist-=t!t" lias t.t-"n f-mnd a c-^r ::.j;in;n:fP. --r a package and if yon 'ain nuick r«v:.:" at:;! :'^-maii'»n' r^tr;-. 'on ^ uet r.-Ua" .voji can ^et >onr mon-. ••dv !':r .-^toniath di-arders. I.et?r-r..:i:.«k '-^r rhe s.i\i\ns. brown's Di-^ , •" , ... T _ I ,1 ^ • ^ffiiU J tablet e.i.-y to .*wal- from u,ou.an.:. v::.. r-r-I ''^^. aiH l ^.^My harni!.^;s. It di- , ;.jrtur«» pf Xn-^i-'fV.f". aid pot ''•^''ei . .^.jj-ijl --^ ^.„„j j,r.-vems fernienta- . and the fcrelgn office Immediately | .-j^j,,* l,;...r;, a,,.vi,:,.nc«> • lit.n. r-s E.,? rormatioa, 4»revents took steps; to arquatnt the otherpow- : .f j_ ,^.,,5. y, .. ,.^..ri.,<:.'.^ in.-r«is.-. s:..:i.:.( ii di -Trsi ,irT...r eating;, aids as- ers with the new Ottoman proposal — •>—• The Turkfsh note sajs: "The Ottoman government requests the great powers to, undertake collective media- J tion with a view to the immediate ces- if va'iV. T:- .-nTisi 'i .is ir,--i.fii---• ^= ....... n .'.••aahd fi .ni - i^art of tie cu'in -linilat^.n. r.-!;eve^ Jndisestion aloiost n'is prn-jf .•11!^= l--!Hi!ari!.v^ But ycu | H:s'ant!y and ciire.> dyspepsia—oOc. not hove 10 takt an.vbod>"s wurd for ISunell = Ijr-j^- »tore. sation of hostilities and the determin-. - atlon of the cbndiUons of peace." —Lei a Regbter For .Sale seM It. . Have you something to sell? Do you want to buy? iHave you a hou.se^.for rent? Have you something you want to trade? Tell your wants through the Rei^ster.

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