Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 18, 1912 · Page 1
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THE lOLA DAIET REGISTER. VOLUME XVI. NO. 21. Suceewor t« the lola Dally Regltter. th« tola Dally Record and the lola Dally index lOLA, KAS., NOV. 18, 1912—MONDAY EVENING. We*lcly Regliter. Established 1S67. Daily Register. Establislied 1837. EIGHT PAGES NEOSHO COUNT! S2BANDIIS RKFrSKH TO MKUt THK.M TO SHKHIKK KKHK SATIKIIW. ON HORSE SrEALING CHARGE \Kosno rorvTv wii.i. I'HOSK ( ITi: KOR « KIMKS THKKK. IVKimcr in I"In .Tail Will Kiiro rfciirco- ui* Itiirirlarj :>ii<l nisrlnv:^ KiililH'r> \ll U\ IliiiiHi-li. Ail t!.>^ riii-:" ;'.<!' ; s in i','- tx on' •'oiii<'iiy-tr.T_'>-.iy srn:;. ! .;••!•.' •;:ark<'': ;ii!u' 'I'l'.ay. T'-." ! .inii!: i'.'or.tir. •i:.-r.' :'r <)i!i Tii:i>-'; K: ; :,i> ni^i;;. ro- ;ii;i;us in. t!i.' r-'uiity ja;;. .inU'^? '••.> U)> •:.'.<>••:- n- -h-'W n T A .if N-i- 1. :in'\ r>'ir':i! rmm liifir jiros'n' l:i.<iti. !!. ;;•> »to ! <-j\ '.rim' .-iiiirf-'f- tnirLlary. kiiina, inj; K' ; T u.:nt T!:ay'-r r.> ;ak> . '.:iir.;o <r' ;«!> o:'.-<-r !j;ni''.'.:-. i > «a< ; ••'fiis'"'' 'v ('•• jii-tii;!' I't-a. .< wh.i !;ai: . ; ii-.i:-- ..I' tiM' ••a^.-, in ;!;.• cn-i:;..: jiiat Ii;. inliPTs ..f A II T A .i!' .\.•.,- . i;r."> ..iii ::,ac;" a::.'.-: ar.' ;!,a: X\;>- -A.-n \>.-vo x]].-;-.^ !,*•:•.-•• s'.'aiin-' T'>- ca; - IT - • H'.t litil;:- al-.i .. ,! a ''x :a'i.n •in! t*".!';' was a •.••ivar." . 1 iiiir.;.; t.i>iii soaii'i'1an.'. " • > .a t.i. luin-' «in;.' < •.'•..•'u arl ••• la u;,i.' • iTwa i- . \ !• : : • ; • ; ai ; TliiT'' Hi'- i;.aT;.'- --an an 1 ;' T^- <a. f.tinty >:an':> ; a: .\'.'.'V. wy ha- v.:-^Ti -till a" lire .i :.n' ! ni;i;> •"r^ni x..'' 'a::i>i- « ii; •!> ' s. ourf-! •':.>'\r 'v'.k'as- ;...-rn;n; Th;< uii: 1-.- : hn ^u \. <-oun;> iTo?'-"' \rl.'n. I" 1:= >a:c'. ;'..a: iv.'-n aila.-aa: ti>M .•nttrtain- .•(1 t:u' f.T a \> f -•••urln;: Mr Hoy. ;|-... TIa>.>r ar/K >a.<lner. ar.ii icoo-.'iiinL- ;n lis autn to Okla- i:.)nia. !a ;.T i;--:..a!.'.i;nt; a ransom fo! his re ;'\iM> H:> vi'^'n-a! to \--.\\,' h:? hous>» iiNirk' .i :ais !":n>' -<\.i-n:« T;-,--r>' roniai:;s 2' '..-r.^vr any QU^S••.;n :'-a: :r'o -nii-- arr--: a:.> ::;<> !i.t>a -.vanti?!!. li.'k'^ ar..! .-.f lo'.a iiarasf. 'K^tl ovor th" Kfifcn- ••rs anil 1>;-^r.t'f:*=d Thr-ni •>s tV..^ r,'-^r. , uho oomv.-".:-t'a«^ir inirtirijawcu in .: ' .oil! anii «h"-r'.t--^s j.^y ri.l.^ acrrss rv^.- < .>an;;'^s in r.'.z.:: ro,inr> \--.^:z~y T-V :r-;:::a-..! •his n-irrninu it N-.-is . >• int> -fon:s anx:.^::s :." ; r.^- .ii;-^ T :>^ tu. :non hr-hi at T'.a;-.--, r.-.:s i'.-';:n:v •.•>:•'. jTobab -.i no: .-iriv . '."f^-rt t^.. intor- ft^r" If "h-^ a;- C;\.T : a ci'od. ion:: -^rnr./n--- ; T h.-'s- f.-aiinj. i: wii: s.=r\- :;>- ; •;r;-oii^ .Vii'^ v-.^ii^an.; -a\<' ..'St- ;r,> h'-r-- Kr. t •• --,.r..i- point o:' ?hvr::";' K.^rr. it. -r. tin- is a s.Try Tinai.-" t:> :h.? nicht ri.iitic i'v :;as (ion'"" :rt t'f <^t':'.ir: t.i ta; .-.r..' brinsT Th>> l>an.ii's to i:;s-i .N^ ]\.- s- • to hai.'^ n>i r*^.'o::; s.-. :.-r •!:,•> f.\i..i'i." .iri\ps ha- '.tk. n ar.-i t't'-^ ' A ; .n-.- t.nif and tr<>-.:: '•• •• <:;•» n;a-.I" itv .••c'^:;!tion of. his .it:;y. Tni'-'ss s. i-I:;;r:i- ivt^t.-s ••:(•- tit. .p;-ps.^nt t.^t:t-.. :::o;a.s ot t •u- w .an-it^. t •• -A i.: : a il-;ai JT' i -o':t;on: on.' h-:--- f.r :-i:i;iary an i htui'.'.vay robb.-ry am: rr..- tit- for I^EORliK MTLKNKTHVN lU IJNKD J Inla HOT Hnrf in Ff. Sr .iK \\\wv. S<«v»' I'<ili»h hx|iI...J.'ii. Y»»sf'ri]ny aft. rnonr. T ih- -in til.- iHiimh -ir Itanhvart- ra.-r. l;attt. 'ja\.'> orjors til ono of i;i> m> n to loiisii iht irisiil.' of a «oo.i This ^^a^ i !..n.' ••i::.! iti t!:.> afr .rt -a.in Mr, Crair : !id Mr n .-ti:a::. |.:.ik-k-.i^.T of fli!' stor-'. Ilia.!.' an .AatiiiliatUMI f t!>. s'o\.- to s .o if :!!•• «as [.ri -t-rli .!T,n.' T 'vv ".-..ijiil tiot th. ::t >i:;. so a mat! 'i t< a- i:;;::t »nl T!..iii!.^ :n th'- i-o!i>!i h .i .l f.-rtivii v. t.is ir air -tip!,t s 'ow.'.^o •;-.(• -^la!."!! Ic- tiit.'i! it ami an ••xpiosi 'm foiio"..(!. Hotii ra-n u »ri-> .«.'-.-.^r.-ly burn.".! aboiit tif h. a;j. an:i botii W.T.-. r.<\iriy ••snatc!i.-.l Vabi V ..-a.i.-'i.- for t=...tii. burnod off thiir hair. Mr. M. Ci-'-na- thati was b;irr..-d tS.-. tvorst about t!t.-- hands, but Mr. Crain r.^-i'ivrd niiDs* of hi:; ab .?':t tit.' fa.***^. On--* •".\.^ wjis vainini: i'-irn atwi it -.vas tliouciu did no: ?:•=•• flost^d in titno. fh-r.- is no daiisr.-r iron; any of tiif. injuri-^s althoucli ih^y ar -a '\--:\:'- rainful.—Ft. Scott Tribun*^. LEfTPRE rOlRSE TOMOHT. .<»Tond NnmVr Will \\c Giipn .it the Pri '»bTt <'rian I hnrrli. Tht' P'H -ond n-;tt:brr of thi^ loia I.y- •c^vAW Co-iirsi> "a:!! -be gi-.-a a: th^ Prcs- 5.yrer:an cit-irch this <^v.-nic£: at SI." o'clock. A.jrian M X-wi-os u-ilj cive one of his best l*cti:r.^=. on 'The S:n- c-jlar Life ' Those -Rhn havp read this book, know it.= gr -^at vaii;«^. and as presented by Mr. .\VM .^ns it wili r!",ean murh to the n.ost iIiSinterest.id I^ast year Mr. Netia^r.s ca -.e his I-r- tiiro on "'The Mt^ssace/rot:: Mars." and those .-ftho beard him -.xill bt» we'.; re- Iiaid "to do so apain tcnicbt. , Bert Ohlfest of RcssvUie. Ka.?. !s visiting his father in I^aHarri- Mr. Ohififst has recently rrf.;rned fro::: a hunting trit> in New y.':y:,co. .ind he sa.vs it it good to in Kacsas o3f*= more. THE WEATHER. Ruin FORE(.\ST FOR K.VN.S.lS: Innlirlit iinil Tue^<Iu]^. Data recorde^l at the local office of the \\ .at her Bureau: Tfjiiperiiture— UlRhest yesterday at 2 P II!.. ."..•>; lowest this momini; at r. 2:': normal for today. 42: d >'fic- 1. n-y sini.' January 1st, C;" desree-. V .'>UMd3v Todav. r. p. ill" \\ 3 a. ni. .".2 p !;t ,_:>; fi a. ra.. -:;2 12 la.lt. -^2 ft a ni - ")S Rrlntive liumidity 7 a. ni. today, 76 per c »-nf: bammrter ri'dtic.?il t;> s«'a level. :;f :'.r. inches. Simris.' today. 7;i)t> a. ni : .'•tt.'N t\ in. Fiinset. rOPEKAPENSIONAGENCrGOING Ordir* H:nt' llieir R«rci««'d. in \r- ciinliitM-o »iUi \rt "I I oimn Ill Heiiiini- to \V:i<liini;t>in. PLAGOE RAGES IN lUilSH TBENGfiES .VtliMI IIEITIIS DAILT FROH Till: M tURliE. IT IS SKXW. THE SUPERCILIOUS ENGLISHMAN DEFENDING USf DEFENSES Bri .<;VRIA\S ASSAII, I,\ST LINE OK ItlRTS .>EAR « VIMTAL. Fiirhlinir Ha« SruTi- and Tnrl .<i Re- inilM -d VltiMtk- rhianit Mall. iin|. !r:ir» if Tin) lale Korlv. Tojieka. Nov is -111 probably aio':t 1 niontli the T .'!>-Ka i.*>nsi>>n i'-j.j-n. y •.Wll b.' iniiv.Ml ;.i \Va>iiini;ioti. I' (" •jpjrr'--.; la.-t s,;:rt provi.i.d lor ibulishi:-!: all .ll-t!j.- p>'iisi.'!i ;u:.:: ies air. • .iaii-..i;> ;:i llM:f. 1. it it is piit.' lit... h'-- 'h;..i ti,.' Top. ka a;.'..niy a.l f.ii.. • ! i''iir> .'i>rks i ,. I'l.'V- -d a ::.!•!;'!! atld a lialf b. lov.- lilat ia'.' Nil parti.aiiurs \v.\\>- b.-ri r.'.'iv.I '..•r-' fiirti.. 1 than .ii-.i."-s t'l ^.t iliiii*:- .p. l.'a.l-j.. ss to ir..n-.. t.i \Vas:.i-iif..n iri iiii>' t... pr. jai.' f.:r t'l- iitiart'-rly pisy- ii* :'.t of p.-u-I..li- oil K'-i-r';.!:> 1 Tins to a.-an iht.t. ili'' afta »i!i A(i,tMK) TnrK> .Mirn-nder. I:-:id.. N. i I N -Ti.- T'trki-' f.'rT.-... ui .Moiia-t;r sii 1 r-mi- 1 • I ti.is affftni -i .n t!-.- .-;.-:\ians F ;ff. ''•..M..;n.! T -irki-.; soi.ii.-rs tlK-.... ;..i ;i' als i.li .I .br* n 11 • if arm- tai.i.ii. SI . •! >r.ouil a• tai'or iri'v i". . antii .laiui.r, > !.!• '.tin .a--. .Ill 1. s tak-'ii :o • all.)..- : ii .i'ilia;.> .. i; .\i!i Lot i... .1 .1;; I .• \ n.y. "t. tai'o t.uii.n. ,,, ji. T! . ! !..• tirst oil .- •.• ' .• lao'. :;!;!.>i. ov i!;u \ a t . 1- •... t. 1 Iv p;i\ a .'ii :a 'h.- ..;f,i-.. br . lit. r t 111. al ani-ni y i > :1! r.a] •; . I. :;ri';ii .l>'a; ••. .rvtii-.r.: in r. .idin-'ss ,ia\;ia'ir -.1 .-ixiii af'-r T! '• f.it- of th.> tliiity •d in tit.' ioial aL'-n.;. !^ • f l>. ^•n,i• :•.•;.l a;;, ni .I.ii'ii 1; V la T..r . •! i'l 11.V -1 '•; 1 a^Was'.i- !• -.iil I '..Tii;i. N"'. illation 1 tiniii.t .-ondiiii'it- on t;... iii;.< .M.'j.'i 7.\\ -wz if Ih.' Tau th..';>.ili.:s N -Tta- li\.di-.-t :'!:a','d.-p;. : t'a- iriBiiilu! lit- T.irkish iro.ip- Ti ii.-italja. ai. ••! dit (; I ar I HIT. spoil.;..iit I i.latt •• !(•• say - 'Xiy ! i • ."f oi I _|,.,J • ^Va -l .-i ,..;..! t'- liat. I ,.„ I ••tis.i I. • I .V ,.•,. i'!...it •il'i •'• .1.1 .ita, ia :.- W.a-i .!'>:.a-:. ,| ,.„. .•• ••. iii.).'.| .•.•.iitii: |.-. h. ii 1- i'isi r t.-ii w .11. d'.itit all •vi-:- I 1... k.-.l. - a: i| stifl.-ii- -11 I'll'i.-il lor 1). rb.. nil ..1 li. .1.1 I .-.iv. f... ..1 v.b.i.it di:-' ii -i- ila>s .ilioiis.ad. It I <• tiiia' to u-.'l to niak.> this iiat.i;.'. l.•rl ^S .IKp '.'V•1:..' ii<n'at!>';i!. T j, .-''A I'lat piai will I'. f..i':nil in li-.c r.sion di.)art:;;i':it for .ill Tho.i.- who w.-ii to rvinuiii 1 thf s'-rvi.'... but a ni:r..".r of ib.eti. ire not eaeer to n<n. ;.i Wasiitr.ifo;. attd will co in".' ttli.'r ocrapations if th-y can lind s;it- sf-i. tory iipeninps. .\11 wiil ri tait; hf.r piac-n as emp'oy.'s of •!:•> T"- Ui'ka ap-ncy up 10 and inciaditi); .!.in- :ary ;n.st. but aftfr that dntf th>'y w.i; .tri'bably b*^ shii'ffd about 10 a cons' 1- .>rablf> i-xten^ Pcn-:oi: Acanr A W «h.'s. •.'li w;!! b.' aboli--h"il at ti'..- sa:;i>- tita. is ti-a- i". al ap.-ncy wiii ..in'ina.' .i.- '.vhi.'a i^ will Il.lli^- illal jb" otlUT IU>' i..aii lac- < ».r.'h-t;ll . \-..r.-ssin.; lii" iiiir:ibl.. ai:o;ii..> a- pa.-S' .1 !!'.. o.i.;ii 1 •.va :'<.,d a;: m::: ;'-r!.s .-f 1 arps..;;. and ;i;i.onu' il.. ii.a-.s. - of fttfiai.inf: sb i; n..'li wi;.. \\. I 'll i;:al in-: It. li-iitli "Tiie train \\ "a- about to start vas ov.rcro«il- 1 uiti- ciiob r.i str'ik- • 11 11:. n: i:'.aii> di-d soon after thi-\ ;:a- a! .lard. a. it; i;:;;; to ait'i.-niic info: :i,atii>n. li..:)!!.- troia riioi.-ra nnn.- ;..r r....i.ii daily aim.i: liu- iin-' . ol Tihatalja.' EMAILS NVOLVES SEVERAL ; iM IE s\M rKo.«iE<ITIM; .MMEB- 1 III S RH H OFKEMJER.S. 'JULIAN HAWTHORNE INVOLVED HE IM> A.SSIMIVTES PRO.HOTED A MI.MX; E>TERPRiSE. I inrinnali llir Ht :id '|Hart <*r<> nf ofliiT lian:: \Uiirli riurkrd iUVW.iMMi iri.m I'ulilir. Ad- .\. .V York. No-. T!a- F-d.'raI : i;ov.riii..-'rii lall-d (or trial in^tiin; . rnit»'d .-^tati-s l >i^•ri^t Court h 'T>' to' day what it" coiisid.-r.s ..in»- of th»' most j ii>; .iria:.: . .1-s cri..>inf: oat of allcR- 'd la^siis.. oi tl.. a-ail- If involves I :lo- int' arty oi t>... .-.i-. ali»-(j "Haw- iborn.. Cioa].' o; i.^iriinK stocks and br;iii:s to t^i" bar as d<-(eiidan !8 iiifD •<if national 1 vi ''itatijiis. I T!.-y ar^. .Iiili:.n Hawthorne; Jos. iah tjiimi y. f.iriii>-r mayor of Boston; • Aib.Tt Fr—.aan; I>i Win .(. >»prton. i til'- n-r-.— pp^riaii -T and .lobii .>fcKln- i 11..ri. ^••ir-tary-tr'-isiir.T of thf Maw- it .oi ri.- '.oa.p;itii''K. .Ml »-r.- eneiiS'd. dir*-. tly or indirectly, in -li.' sab- of sto.k in tli'>'llaw- •; a;n.. .-tip., r and Iron .Min-s cuiiipaiiy - in.li. t> I la<t !:iioi.iry lor- alleKeil lis*- i| ' •• laails to .i.f and in^i-stors. iha.' 1 i.v... nii—iit loiifi-nils t.'iiit sal <'S vi. r- -if-ci.-il jM.iuKb lui.-trfprfsenta- li'ii; III til. ibaiiai t.-r of It..' propi-rtlrs. WILSON PARir IS AT BERMUDA-^' t Ain .E(;RAH S\YS i;OVEKMtR All KIVEU THI> .MORMM;, Th»- \\ "inen .Haj Eaiicli. Tl;»r.' «.r.. s.-\• ti. i.i-;i :!i s..onii Ward of i'!:..'b-. \<:.> to iiaw- tli»-ir b.illots la.i ! r judiTi-s. i^ix of til. Ill ... :i-.iins' '.vonian sutfra;;. dod.-' f>Iat!i.. U.'Eisi.r BATH TOBTROST GETS SOAKED .^ill'REME tin RT K\«H KS Olf ll> I'MENT TRMILEliES. Turks Hold the Fiirts, I Iv". ttl.* .\.-s."'irit »'»I l.^.'li.H* London. .\'oV. 1> —The lirst ilnl- p.iri.i'.i a;ii.ik on tlio !jiof fortifiia- ti.ms at Tchatalj,! b.as fail.-d. thonith •h.» whob Huli::irian arir.y was .n- i-'a;; .1! Kv. ry a'.ailalib- man was mov.'d to th- front from tin- HiiU.irian j Ion . - .in.--;::i Adrianop!--. Tli. i!:;!al .'li-:tcil. .'an-;a-v .;i 1 i;.ir:.iiis w;ti: .a! t|i..!r .irriU-r> b-.ziti He and Hi« WMv, \V<-uri«>d hj tli<- Lumiuilsfii. EujoT the Ri!>lli.il '0« ran .l .v -.rn-,. AM» HEK >A>IE IS I'VNSV. lint .>li«"ll Triid for hilling T >\<>nien in . .Mi^^ouri. I'alent nn Euunn-lius Iron nas I'^ed li» Il l« t'onlrol lb«» )IaJ<in!r <»f Hath Tlihs in the 1, .S. I r .y fa.' A.«- --a. I N ..V >ork. .\'o\ I N at;- to till- U'ivl" I S'.-a li. r.' to.l,! y .uiiaain. • 1 HAS I'M TIRES OE THE IIEVITY. Vew-pjiiicr I'orrr^itondent Shnnrd a Ilcart-Hnaker to Ri -ciNter. advan. • .-tattirday and contini:. d 1 tii" st.a;:isiii; til - bonibar.ini. nt t!irotii:hout :1>^ day | (;o'..rnor Wa .-.iii Sunday Ti;. y found the Tiirkisii po-! Mritatito::. H.::aa .l sitions so sTonc th»'y co'jbi inak- no; mj: d Pr.«-) .\ raid., nil--. :..-hi;i I 'otnparr- tii.. ,irr;i.ii .a lah.i. Kb :i l.--ii la- .\-^-.. i Mo. .\o-. 1. Aim . ni-ir.:- rill'.; i .ts Wiil Smiby. wb.o is 'or;:l rorr. s- .lon'i.nt f;;r niitii. rous n:. trop.r.i'an ptibii-^atior,?. w-il; r.ct pr-ss :!^. n- f-T Miss .-^mith. tli- .-.•wa.iii-d ?.-rond t^rin-' be.iuty ron|'''s' condt;! ".'d by ti-.a •b.i;r:a t.a;..r= rf fhiiai-o and N-' A VorK lb' r'i'ci'.-il two picur. s of 'he yoiir.2: hi-iy today attd th'-y :;. .'.riy sfi»-tV,; r;ot in tne U-pist.'r otfa-- . s a;! t;-,.^ iiiititarried tn-mb.^rs of the 'o start to fit.iniit.' a") one... Th--. y.i'i:i:r lady is eit'ti'-'n at.d 1 i;;ad::.:'- .f t!>^ ; ublii siaa.ois ..1 I 'r int:t-' Ti.-- 1 liances ar.- th, t si'• iit.pr- ^sion and for the inonvnt a'. I b-.ist. th.' ;.tt-nipt has bc^n mv..n uji i "t-ir-.-r; ajtr.e that the capture j of ;:i- T. h..it..!ja lin--s nitisr prove a task of tr aii^ndoiis di:!icalt>. Tio- Cliant:*" cir! I Turkish soidi-Ts so shak.^n by pr-. 1- in a na'ional; 0U3 defeat?, app-jar to have be<^n st.';id I'd ai'.l ti'.us lar !::'v. i;;ad- a dcr- niin. d stan.l. Sitould tio' Itnlsari.ins 1 ..{•;, r;iooi; lv» s'jci essful in their • ftorts to br. ;ik ti-.ro',i:;h tiic Turkish Uft c.-nt-r. .'.I .i- ":i board tia- S'- .;'a.-h ;'t -.-a I i.i vir- j. - . tirsf stai:- of tia- \V,-:=i,n i-;,d ti,d;i'-- v la a • h.- -'I'i' I'r..si.i.n:-. i-.-t .:t. ; i.is ;, r'ai; i is • N; • 1 •. •! t.j r--. Aft. r ;i Ion:; naj. it t! 1 • i.airty II'. IN 1 .. -a' i.iti v . .•-.rn.t:;; 1, •1 1 i .i •;ia;. ^'-Mr-' l'.:::sv s-d :•• la.- .\v• a o '..-o;r.- \\ \\\ \- ;•..! 1'"- .i::.!. i.rola.liiv .irr, i^n-.i b-tor- ::.<• his- k.- ill 1 online tl, bv tia- .-oiii'v pro H. r.aid -i • V :I! i,- , • i-n'i.l 0,1 a <-!i.,r-e- of iirst -1. -ir.-- r-.•ird;->> "f h-r lotif.--a-:a I . i .liri ..! .• i - lllrl ; ll^ a, , . : -.v •...^•:'- .'^.ifii:,. -1 .NI:-. ar-- in:iini- moiis ill ;b- opiiiioii that sa- i-s • Fty t!a \Va .-;,i:i:.oTi. • •I Pr Th- > itov- rir- i \ni >llier Hiinrli in Ohio. t'li-.-land. iHiio. .Nov Is—In a raid • :i tl.- .»lfii'^s of Horai •' i) IIaiitinK.>( atld loll [.any h-r.- toilay Ff'dtral of- fii .,iis air->'-l V I>. .Minyard. inan- ai;-r. on a ibaritf of using the mails t.. d.fr.i'id Til*' arrest is in ronnec- ti.in with the Cini innatl indirtnionts. Th- otf.c-rs sai.i tl.«' raid wa.s simul- taii-.ais w.tii tiiat in other cities. \Va.,hington. Nov IS — i'ostoffic€ M :s-o'iii -'• • w ;!; 110^ ' tl ' of -ilia no'::.. ••:: - 'ar r,.l . :i- iai- in.-i- ction officials who aided in work- it,^ np the cas- agains. the men rharg- • d lit th- Cincinnati IndJctments with I!li ^|lsp of the mails to defratid. claim that the amount secured by th»-se O'l- i -rators will exce^-d JIj.'iKt.O'W. Cin. innati. f». .Nov. IS.—PoBtoffice insp-rtors in Chicago. Rochester, .Vew York and i ;:any other cities foda.r ::.'n- 'o.;„. -.v.-j .iij,; .:;.'>,•.. f..i.-rai • pijinn-d t.h- arrcs? of severaf men .•N -tpr. ( ourr in th<- .so -c .TI i..<j -Ua'h < *ant.-d for crupliriry in a scheme i;b Irii:- 1;;., i.jiirt i - l-'i li -ir. 'b- Khicii. it Is al.'»-gfd. re .snlted in th« L. :,-•• A::r-. !ra .':• 'if- cii lai -i-l | ,jf i .alf a million dollars hv their ip. ati'if i, tur. rs u-r-- m iolaiiori 1 •, !i..nt.^ P 'iv- of th.- men to be ar- <-f •!.- S;a rtnaii ;inti-triis- !aw. 'lliis .;•'hsii.ti :•• a d-ath blow tf> %:oi.iii.ans oi ih- riia-rtiiaii ;;nti-tru>t .••.;:ti I '.islias 0:;o.nan army will b-i ,, ,.;j.,f, ..^j iiis I abiti :^;in 1 I'r- s.d-t.-- !..'t sa- I'losr of til. .-v.iiirs wj-h liis fri ::. t' '.lint sti.rii .Mrs V...h-cii. -.vho TUI SkETT TO THE ASYMH. ;iin oi th- •.:np;:ii;ii pn.-ii.-d b;ick to tl;.' nor'li-ast :ind its:^,,,.,,, ,„• j,,,,. ,.•,„., r-rir-in-nt on tha citpiral cur off. Th"\.'-.„i,..r sail-d in li-r's;at-ro..m JEFFRIES tASE TO JIRY. ho t- for a llood of ir.or-' prop-is.ils. or MOVIMi I'll TIRES OF ( IR( IS. Ilatfcnl»!'«k-Wall:u'»' Sh<>«< Are to Re Slionn on Film.. .'r.il liil;ins n.-r-- >-;r!ris.-il t .i ^ ••• a ilat.-nb' 1 k -is u.-k. an.i •in- !.:: h-..;,r.!- VVa.lia.a- , .;a a- .M »nd-r.d if ti- ,..r.' !hi- lat>l !0 \V ll.is laht -.•.i -,.n. , a- t^ - f .K .r r---S. lit" pi- tiir»'> 1:11-..-a pi'.y.- .iti'l .1:...: •a.t . \.--i 'i .---li -ii.iw ar..l t|a' r. ..! wit!- };; fhe Hi.'-' 1 I-.,-- 'W . a,- tlL' It 1- sa't.l th." :itii'aal • n its r.rit.- fcr n--'.' i 1--^. lit .-x!,:! .ta.n ,t ,1 nii!.-. of :i..i\0';; ..f Th.. lir- : Turks s-.-;n to h;ivi- no hoi..- of r-jll- in:; bi.k t;-,.- Hiil-an.'n f.irc-.s. t.-ur if ':,.-y I an i.ob! Ti iiat:il."a th>» sitija- ^ ri. n iv:;; UIPJ . rso a mark -^d chan-- , Trial o! Editor \cr!i.cd of .Uiir.'tr I- Ti; > in^ad-rs wii! rrob;>b'y be com-' Ended Toila*. pelled to cf-cofiat.- without tak::'---j ,;:"t>' 1 . . ;•.' h • ,•• Constantinople. j ciar-mor-'. okla . N..-.' ?N c,.-' his counsol. It was • ^il-ci-d ' Cotistantiiiop!.. is i|uiet. On" h'ln- j i;,...n. Inisi.and 1-1 ti.. slain '. (..man. on I^'•'""•i '*'»^' t'-i'- nndtii:::; . dr-d l.lu- .lack.rs from th- Uriiisli t t:.,. stand to -l..;. :n ili- trh'.l of H. i-!'''" sh-rifi. • V<'jiiiltitl of >fnrd<r he will be Hilil in I.an-in::. '—- ''-5 «5rjB I Ir :-p-'t;d-ra-. Kas.. Nov. T- h_\ !i Tr-.-k-". .!.-.iiiitt— 1 of lb-, inur..!-r ••: i .1 !> S .\' el-v, was tiiis n. •i'"!ir • ' — III' 1:1-d by Judi'i- Fl.inn-il.v to 'h I • .-.sylitni for th- darnr-ro-:-i in.-i;,-: - ' I :it I.i.i'.s'njr. for si'i"-' k-'-pJt'-,- ;:t,.! 1- !it No lib;- '-'i-.n 'v.a-' 1:1 h-t !ii,_d-r !h-. IP "1 w.-a • i .1 '.'.ar. rot" kno-vt! as :h- ! s'!. . M. K. •r>iO!;.= i.;dniijn •h:it '!'- ri'th': •.V...-C . x'-ri r- '•\').:'t. ui pro'-ciion of It ..-.rt'ils :.~ iav.ilid 1 r- . !i" :;-^ • ^> bid; b -Id r rs i-i ^.l::i'.lry » :iam- r ;;i a < itrib'ra-''-an •i:.:-h.Ti:b Tnj.=f.- nr.,I d'-livr-'l th- unan .jf tb" ia);:rc. H- said - ' ')nf rr-d by pat-nrg ?.:i- dit! no r-sf'd I 'v.-rc ir,dirt-d by a Federal gran.i ji:ry ii-r- ia.st rtionth. Th<' in- dii triifOts f-harge the us..- of the mails, to d-fr ;riHi. 1 h-y w*-re withheld in ord-r t:;ar F"-d-ral officers may t)e Ki'-n an ofti''rt:inity to I&cate the in-n nan.oil. Th*> nit -n are alleged to hav.. i: nil '-.1 ijioniotpra and infant st'irk f orporation.s through fees and con :i.i.-sii,n for arranging a guarantee of th- seci.ritifs to the victims. The n en formerly had an office here. evidenc*" was furnished ^ --r a.l -'if in.. !:- . ns- arnins- Si:- ri'Kin law. piv. a i ;ni- .Vi :ch of the evidenc*- was furnished the prohibition I pv a •vo.'i:an steno ^rapliT employed in It is alleged the- scheme i'itt \ -It.. •- 'i; (rude Oil Ip .Viraiu. . ia iT.-,^i -•-•:r>:. .\- •- !-—.\;:"ti;--r ad- in i-r ,.1- liiV '..as anno'im—d by 1 P- ;.n. • iv.i:.i I (I.; Ciimpany ;i...rni.'_-. ia • within a K:a a:a. s.-'-n in a 'way mu' • t.) si-itors -o tIa Is !ia\- b-.-n r iv- ctuis r "W-;. mo-.it h" lambd today proi-ii ti;- I'liit.ii St.t'i'.s »-mb:issy. I'i-;i\-lllr.: Tnrkv Make I.a.t Startd. It.ia. .1 I .oialon. .Nov IT ~A llaily .M;ii! dis- i ..a .r.| of 1'it'll fr. :a C. i.>lai;'ir.i'!'b- :...';.-il ;it i ,;,,.„> 1 1, ' ;• :u . ] I. . !;:s liaiftiriai r..;-iiri.- sa.y r| .. T '.i: ks ;,,,;„.,.;. .1 ha\- i:a;n-.l :i itr--:!' -a .-..-s-. Tin- bat-; ...im.!,..•11.-d ;ir .-. .1 . i..' k ill Hi-- i:..'rii- i Th- T .rks M; !--ffri. s. chart'. I .Mrs Coh- 11. t.-, 1:1 U.-' • lb- -:-. ini. d ;i:at i;.' Kaii.-.i - .;• .: I tl:::- '.• ••..t - I-!,- a '.K i- '•••I -.1. :if'i-r son,- \;;'i"ni fizl.tiiii:. in ilfft-atin^l Ti. It . n»:r;-i;i-:'i .-ry.v!; -r.. • air" u ii: show tli--:; i r-- on Thanks;::Mn2 day. ar.-i I';- i os'-r.- I :i-h' Mais-ariiin wi:.'4 ;ir.d in r-- i:;i; ti;.-"!.;: ini;. Tit -y captur'-ii '11 boi part ar- ar-' a pa it ,;e circus i nidiclty. 12 :;-.ns and >.iii.i' j-risoners. The!''hob-r.i-inf-.. T.:rki>:: warsiips c,>niribut.'d larg .'ly-l «at. !i in ih- I h'ri-hi\ ih- •'.. I..:l.t-- t.i -.1 ^..;.ii .rt t-,. -I'l ... I .r 'h. -' 1: .\ I-. a - to tili? Sil.cc: CILIJSON TO ASK REI 01 >T. CountT AttorncKhip May Be Itelernw ined l>j New Count. I''' s--n;s t'J bf practiia'.ly s-'*t.;<^-} now th.it R Y. ruUisoc. detVa^-d candidate f.^r conn y atDrnry. wiil a.-k that a r-^'O'jr.t le ntade of the ballots cast at th- r'-rent election. As a re- s-i:: cf the first conn: the office a .ii awarded :o Fr.'iiik Forrest by a narrow nisrstn of !-s5 than half a hundred vo:-^s. and a c.=-';ficat<» of election sued to hi;n. Whether Mr. Cul'.isoE wii; make any definite sp.^rifications as to C'^rtain ballots beins; in\aiid in his opisicn remains, to be seta, and as has until tw-^nt.r da.vs aft-.- the •d»ct!on. or until November 2.-.. to fiV his jii^fitifn. he rr.ay nn mak-' hi.- piaiis kno'.^a until the last minuti*. Paris. Nov. 1: —Th-' .Io:;rn::ls cor- r.spond-nt at tii" Turkish h'ad.pi.ir- t-rs at lia.i-mkni d .-sc -.ib-s tb" op-n- ini; of th- i'attle on th-Tl iiataija iint-.s: ini.' on Hadt-iak.. 1 f.-.; Siiniiay. Th- '-nga^--in»-nt b>^pan at ;;i forts, Thoii.-an-l.-of r-i'i' i:;it li:ni:;;.-:-aiii-- si. k ;:.- tii- ::.-I,i« t.i tl;.- n-ar. son,-. ..: tiai. in til •:r Ia?t a.:onii-^. ('..untl-,-- i--:.il- pra-inf'-.f-iititi'.. ; . ar.- st.-::i;cli i-.; bai k "t: til-- i:iri--iia:—i r-.ad i.tr..-:'.-- til" o :• :r i an.I i.a:,- . lock in the n.ornins. It was pitch j drcds 01 li-ad dark. Til" litii-'ariacs wer- abont t'.vo; iiadarik-;:;. on It.- i;r'a about At ii-rk'.> Lak. . ti;.- ::;:I.'s from the Turkish a-lvance posts i\ strong f')rc*> trird to crefp into th" i Constantino',,!-s v. a valley separating them from the Ttirksj was a gi:.->rd if soidi-"- nnder the cover of darkness b-it thr-jtiitni died t^nd tifp. n Turks discovered the mqveineut and j strick-^n with 1 boi CAPPER ASKS A R£C »»r >T. Y V Crouch, who has been rn Uavr- rence on biisin*>ss. ret'irned home yesterday even'jig. Wants .\Ilen Countr Vote lione Oipr for Pos.lli'le Error. Chris Ritfer is in rec^^ipt of a !-t- ter from .\rthur Capper requesting th*' local Capp-r leaders to conduct a recount of v.-.f votes for that dispj'ed office of 2ov-rno- of Kansas. This is, being do;;.> in ail cotiDty seats of the state, and Mr. Capper hopes that a n'.imber of i:a-counteJ votes will b<» found In lola. According to the lal?- est report Capper is 2t) vot-s in the rear of Hodges. th** Bulgarians retir-^d. The attackin.e force-s fh.'n opened with a heavy artillery fire, which was the signal for a general assault all along the line. The din was t'^rrific. the earth seer.ted to tremble under one's feet. The opposing armies re:ain'-d th-ir respective i)osition3 for hotirs bnt it was evident that a colossal effort was soon to be made. In tiie sky a Turkish aeroplane appeared Tlie Turks finally percijived a de- •ai hment of Rulgarians sheltered by the fore.-;t of Straza and sent a contin- l.!--f soiiri - of r-'ippiy. :h. r- b'lr tv.-I-.a. at . oth-r.: v.-r-- ra Th':rs-iay nii;-;'. Tb.ere is ir-at fi-ir ti.iit t;;e v.-i;,,!.- 'wi-, tershed will be i-mraniinated. invo!'.- ing Constantinople' iu tb..- ^reat.st danger. t Tl;e three iihysicians a' i.'-rkos have ^ been i.nable to do nior-itban bury 1 ;.-• dead. Tnrk-ish offi(-rs r-aard f'lrtb-'rl resistan. e at Tcb.a'alja a:s i-iiiiossib -•. 1 but tiiir.K it is -ijuallv in;:-''.ssibl- for. the Hulgarians to in:i':py the Turk*-;!, i positions without »-nd;;nL--nn'^ the .n : tire Biiltrarian arniy th.rouiih < h"l''ra. I Riza I'asiia. g-nern! ciia-iamiin? the heavy artillery along th.^ line of OHIO EI.EtTIOV IIRIREI.'A. lininil Jurv M:iv lii>|i:ln' Iiilo Jofi'-i- «on County \iili'. !a .1 .. .va,.,. .. I , :. S'. "b- ir.:a- , 0 , N 'l'. IN \: •••• ' V • !,- - I - l-.-i ."11 :i rt. ;.s .laa- • K. .- •.t:'\<. uho '.'.a-- f-irai-rh'-- l.i 'C la . i .f 'Ihio ;.ir.. foil': ' - i .f la-- r -.a .-.'.;i'\ Lr ;:ol J'l 'a;il m-'a-i.-at- li-arit-s of V-bi.b -,.11- i.tib--'.- .,f -a- '."t-rs of this loiiir- \Mf.! :i tii -'.inl Jury r. .'.>::v, nt..#! ..y n-.';- •irds st.i'-d t:'. •' i' tb.. iju'y i .f til. i-otirt to iji'."siciit-- I.EWIS IIRY nis \iJKKEn.N Tli .Miclii Piil>li«li> r lanofi-nt on .t of the II Count.. ft--.- '1^ • A- ::<••» (•---•>) ~t Li -,;:i- .V-tv ^-.-i -Tt- a-rv in c 1-.. of i: 1; !. • i^ , ;; .r^:-.! ".i-i. ".-i-i- 'i'-. tnii.'s 'n !l>' r:i'id;'r-iior'."! 'o th-- K-i!-r;-.I di-V:--' <oi>rr Tod-i'" •ha' it .'aid found f.-':' is "not c'li'ry' 0:1 tbr» of the i\r-f. n co'i"*? and '-v:!? iir.'bi." »o "'jr-^e on 'h- others. Th" i'lry was dischar.s'Hl. .MII.I I I V INTO nn lN .M»\S. rile office. •-.\t-nded into Canada and Knglaod. i 'ostofffce inspectors have been to l.onilon to investigate a branch office th -re. -Sirnuitaneously with the raid on the Hastings company in Cleveland lirok- tr.ig" offlf-s in Rochesti -r and .Vj^- j ark w-r- raided and several arrests Were mad". i \:iiiN.iN liiiardNiiiMi Will l.'cloii'.' to the KanNaN I il} liiti>iiiii. ;.:ar.s War K.it:-.! '• ly. I- Cnd- . a...--i !,> .\i tiav: H . r. ar- i-..-,...n.i ..I ii, -. Ii". '. ii;-i . o: till s':it.-s iritiin;.--.1 i:i :o t.i''ii.al diii- • ri.-:i.''ia.u f-r.s for on- of i-' •HEAITY PRIZE TO ( HAMTE fJIRL Mio< Jeo-ie Smilli «f a Knii«a<« TOWD a W inner in a National ConlMt' ' 1 1\ . !- tl , r:-'.:-i- -. !i' — ian-;. tl. N- A V' rk. .Nov IT—The national :in 1 i i„.;,iiry i-onr.i-t which ha..» be«»n jccm- li 'i- •"! by a newspaper here and In wi.iiii tii.ai-ands of photographs from a"! p:ir'-. of the country were submit• ill :- ;:; l-i.in-.;- City In this 'l t.^,! is cb-.-"d and a'*ards have been Ii:-- I. ;.i';t ot .'.!;-si; ri. Kansas | mad-to ti:-fortunate winners. .h-!,r;-.-ka. Wwiair.i; .•:nd Coi'^adoi .^ev-raJ months ago the Sbubert waild :: obi!;.- I !if r- T:i" si,;n:fi-1 iirot iers. tiieatrical managers, arrang- . ini-e iif rii-— pairs is 1 -in -id -.-r-d j .-d with a New Y'ork newspaper to hold !iii'!;iy ir..; . rtan" :•.- ir I 'i. for th-ja contest, open to any young woaian i;--- of th - n;itioti;<l ii;il;ti:i m tint- of i in the fnited States who had.never Wa.', . • . ' t'ti-iar .*;.- w.. - '.'- II'::'! be -i \:. .-w • ,..,;] 11 "teal : «i!l Sii- JOHNstlN TO HIT:RY TRIAIJ Wants Ca^e Miaitrcd >iv the premo (onrf to Jannarj". 'Hv the .»••- .^i-t.-il I—««. W.isbiniton. .Nov. —Thr'u:::: l.i : r-t'osr-v .'.ick J..'.ns.-.n todav r--' K .! th- Cnite.] S-a:-s s'lnreni-^ ci.-jr. to advance has c:.-.- f.ar h-arin:; t.-, Tr^;:ii -irv I v-n.-n four o'i;-r V is-s. cties- tioning th- consiitu'ionaiit.v .,r rii' w;:it- Slave la'*' will be art-ij-d. !irs' r "• M • f t.a:.;!ar :rO"p.-. :•-• r. t: 'n.ili'ia Ti:- le-r -rs S- :-tary '> o:it that if th- :.,::!',a i- '-. i :i fi.i; f.-r f'---ive.v n " • .-r.n elf., 'i-. -i'. [,.- ii -n.. h'.- t of di;i=i.-ns. and t" :n- v/orkir:;; 'f '!;•• \A\v. ai s:,o'iI'I b-.- ^rk-"i '";t i: ap;>eared on the jirofessional stage. .-.T th-re and i.ronii--d to the winner an engage;-:.,•.-. th- n;.--nt of at >35t four weeks at the|VV*jn .111 ;.os-d Ter Garden in this city at a salary of a;.-: :• r <n \%-i:.<- a week with all costumes fum- j ished F'ive other contestants were to i. -r 'f.int!--ceive L")!d n.'?da !3 valued at $100 -- as--d a.- ; eac.-;. \ r 'iine iti .Miss I.au.-a Hill of Blairstown. N. J.. y T' i- .-ysteni' ia-s V-en judged the winner. Second .-- th-.: .-oner! in the race <aiKe Miss Jessie SoaiUi of ri.. .:-r,iiis;rf ;.; Soith Lincoln Street .Chanute. •are 1 Ka.s Miss .=m::h has been awajrded PAKMYSIS TAKES FARMER. 1 one of the zoid medals. A PARTY OFF FOR FLORIDA. c-^n: to set fire to it, forcing Uie Bui-' Charalja defenses, v.as attai-ked by garians to withdraw. i cholera today at army headfpiarters in The engagements. . so far a? one.j Hdenikiii. He v.as i.-'irrie,! .iv.ay i'< could judge, seemed to I.e going in fa-i Kjub on acco-ant of rije diing.T of th- vor of the Turks on the Derkos re-l infection spreading to oth-r comni.-.nd- AI.LENS TO RIE NEXT FRIHAT. Flo.id "len :>n'l iHs <on Rt -fe-ed .T New Trial for Murder. ...IP-.- th* \^jr^\:\\>:* 'JN.--..V Rici-pond, Va. V/iv 1' — \ rrin: ers. On the train 'vi'h him were l*;-.' (was todav refused to Flovii Aiit-. in'! soldiers afflicted with tl.e drea<i dis-ih':; =on. Ci-«ude. i.y 'he Si:i-erio Court ease, which is caising'more havoc | of Virc>ia. The n;en -.vere ••or le-rn- I now than the battling. Soldiers dy- j to die in the e'«--fric .-ii,-:=r n-'M Coostantinople, NOT. 17. — Sereral. ing on the way to the" ho.-pital at Kjub j Friday tor the mur-l-r oi c-w.'. Clint Tmmciell. 01" Hig Crwk in Neosho Connty. <"i;an'r---. Nov. l" —C.i:i-on Tr:^m- mell di-d of infantii- ;.:ir.:i>s;s ; f his iiotne in P.i-.- Cr. ek t^'Ansiiip. -I-'ven ii'ibs •-;!=' of Ci.anura. Ife contracr- • d tiie d;s-;is-. it is b- li- v. d. from his son. on.' and on--i; .if v-ars old. who n.is fir.-r afick-d. Tb- U'iby is re. coverinf;. I Mr. Tramm-li -Kas -'1 y.ar.= old and is surviv.d by- a wid.c.v an-l two thiid- ren. the f.:,j.r a Eirl of tour years. H- •--.as jusr s-ttin.' a ^•.:^t if. life gion where they took many prisoners and a nun^ber of heavy guns. Plaene on tlie Firing I.In». foreign officers who visaed the hnesjare laid out on the ro<jfs of cars. officials at Miilsvillo having ptircha-sed a f.irmto which he intended to move soiin It was the first death from infan- tib- paralysis in this county. I'.orn 'bis TI ornins. t-- .Mr and Mrs A L .P.otitright. a dauglit-r Xr. and Xrt. Smritzer WHI Spend the WintiT in the South. K third delegation of lola citizens will leave for Florida tomorrow morning. Those who will brave the dangers of that country this time ar» Mr. and Mrs. D. B. D. SmelUer, Mr. ' and Jlrs. C. H. Wheeland, of F^edon- i ia. J. S. Walker and Peter Cotrman. The party intend To go by -way of Kansas City and take the Southern route, ^fr. and Mrs. Smeltzer expect to spend the winter in Jacksonrille. ; while the remainder of the party will spend a few- weeks in that city, j Bom. Monday. November 18. to Mr. and Sirs James Taylor, a son. This makes the fourth member of ithe county attorneys family.

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