Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 13, 1911 · Page 3
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 3

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1911
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. THE IQLA DAILY REGISTER. ^El)I^£SDAY EVENmk ^pgCEITOat 13,1911. cmi) Fou.M) IX sriEXTisrs LABOK.VTOKT. I'liris. I"fc IL*.—The pasfioiirUo of oiip sfinnvist for another lias, ii. the <-:ipe »>f Mine. <"i;iii', \vli<i. with hi ia.:-l)ar.d. dlsrtivt'ri'il radrani, led to m end of Rossiii. Mnip. fink- l:as heou hiHiorod with the noble jirise of ?tiO,t)Ui and with nearly e\fry doioraiion ii Is in-.ssil)lc for scientists to have be stowed upon lliciii. It hnf j'lsl hee:; lubli.-lied for the '.irst time that Mnie Curie and I'rof. l.anseviii ajt? allepid lo be involved in a Parisian romanct evidence of wliidi is given in iiitlu-rt'i impublisiied love letters PxchanRei between the two. Owin^ M the ii ;!t inaiional luiportance of both people the whole affair in lii-inK Iv.islieil up. urn* «tr>\:<y^f~^ H. T. Short, of Fr. SCO-T, is in \\\> city visiting E. H. Uussinu. Homer Bush left last uluhi fo'r A;> iston, Ala., wher'.' li. i .f.s s(tur< d t. position. Mrs. (Jiss Kniniiirli is r<!.tir:'d be confini'd to her lioi!;-- viUi .i .•^••1- ious illness. C. A. H. I).-S;!ni:.;.'= ;i 1.- :.;i;r:.^ inp. for f'oliinsvilli 'l..: .1 !.:;•! bi:.-;- n'ss visit. Mrs. StaulTer of Col. my i.- in i::' c-itv for H visit Willi .Mr. ..: ! .Mi^ .\ .1. Williams. .\iiorney V. .1 Oyl .r K I. Srr:iwji went 10 IIninljijldi AW'.noun on biisim'^.-?. . ;1 C. I'.unll'.k of ChicMV 'i i. soon 10 n-.nd \\v (•iiri"' m. s horty ys Willi IilK .s«in \\'. s. iiiinllil. \ — \ Vj-ra I'orbr, lilili ilMir ^til-r (i! Iir and Mrs \V. H. I'mtip is s' rjie:: ly 111 Willi n<-:ir!.i 1< v-r ;iiii| Hi. IIDIH Was plac'-d uiujt r <ri ;i;i!iui:.- ivi!::> Til.' fn irlit limiS' :ii i'; S:iiita I", is bfiiii; r<'i>;i !ii'id .w'.kli .li!.; In !i' • ai>l'< ;i ;anc<' of l!ie rf ;ii !i;i Vi- poss's- Bions. • Mr. and .Mrs. .lu.'iii I 'i. 1;.T; nf V.'.vn- boldt. ari' in ih'- ciiy \i3 ;liu:.; frii i>d? today. Mrs. I 'icki:-; :..';!i.rl:. Miss Pearl Wluai .h 'y of tliis (•[:•. A numb- r of Tn.-nih 's (,r Ccnip:niy M weri' busy iliroiivH 'Mi! '!i<' 'lay ;:ik- ini; ail iiivi'Uiory ot tii.- ' inipn;'111 of the company, and ( ! ..niiif; uji their arms and cloMiin(i in pr-; nruiion for ihe annual insin •.tioh :onlv:ii;. A. R. Miller who has 1;: ;i in lola for the past iM <;!;iiis in iharsi' of local a^i for Mie Scranton schools left today for Bat He Creik .Mich., where he has accepted a po sitlon as bookkiH :;ier for a larfic poul- iry coniirij. I a^\i- Webb and I". G. McCoy, thi wi.'.iMiT.-, liavi- niiide the Y. .V. C. A r.< I:- traluInK (iiiaitcrs, and aie work iiiK oiii ilally In Hie gymnasium ol Hie ,\.s.M)iJatl/)n bulldlDK. The Library Hoard liidd IIH recnlar MH'iiiiifi ai the Mlirary la .st ii'shl The riilfs which have benn in forci at the library since it was establlshof' wen- >,'one over and revised, and several new rules were added. A top} of the newly revised rules will b< jiosted in ilie library. The board also ({••eidi -d lo subscribe for "Th' 11'ad'^r"s Cuide 10 Periodicals," tli« iiMst conipl.-t.> indrx lo current jiubli- ci.tions known. Secretary Berry of the Y. M. C. A. in accordance with plans recent^ iorniulatcd by the Hoard of Director; !:;is lonmcted the coils of pipe in tlu ?^vin^n)in,^ pool ai the association buildin.e with the st am hcatin.e jilant and before the end of the week ihf steam which heats the buildinp '.vill bi- turned into the coils, making ilu- pool comfortably warm for bath- • l.s. .1. !. T'.iilwell brought suit to collect •••e .-uin f'f $22S0.C4 alleged to be due •1 iirnmi.-Fiiry notes, from W. C. Teats 1 :!;e district court yesterday after- n.on. .Mr. I'.edwell atta Mr. Teats were f riinrly partncis in the real estate i;:!-ir .f.-s p.nil the case filed prows out :" irjin-n -iioas in connection with • "ir Inisine.-s affairs. Mr. Hedwell :.r>w Msides in Indej^eudence. .v-.K 'i' .1. !!. Pmith. of the probate • :a> y.^-u-rday afterntion Krant- a ;"arri;ii;e license to Miss Anna M. 11.:;:• .^cd J. IV Steenrod, both of ( ;:jiiit-. .Mr. Steenrod formerly liv- • : ;;i city. irrm- !>: !il was made df'fendant In 1M fj'id by Mrs. HoUe Freeberp In I 'i iric! (diirt today. rJoHi iiartles III';;.'- .-:.-.(:nbui.Mr.-. Freeberg - liiat on December 4 Dahl. ';!',i:;'"y ' Iitained po.-^sf-.c.^lon of :• I'.i.i 1 )1 mules valued at $700 i'l'r d*'talni'il them a;;ninii( iiu. .:t-il iliniands that he relln- ii hi V piiiperty. She afks the :i '11 ojilir Ilie return of the niiilec .:'A:I;I! Iit-r ijiiiiiaKes In tile Klim of :i.: IIK- iroulilo Dahl baH cuiise^ Keep Your Feet Diyby U5ingl )ri Seal Shoe Oil See the display in . Shiields' show window. Watch the little ball as it works its way and keeps the machine in motion. Dri Seal is guaranteed to make your shoes water proof. It sells for 25c a can. Sold only by SliieldsShoeCo. Highest Market Prices For Hides and Furs. AIsc Fine Lump Coal for sale at ( L. KRUPFS JUNK YARD . Phone 314 >0 HOPE FOB THE 1II5EB8. It Is 3iot Belfered Awr More WUl Be Found Alive. (By tha Aaaoctated Prau) Brlcevllle, Tenn., Dec. J2.—Except­ ing the expectancy of catching the two madmen roaiulng .In the worlc- ing8. hope of lluding more men alive •n the Cross Blountain mine vanished today. Guided by marks on walls, rcscu- •rs took up the trail of one party and followed it through several entries 'inly to lose it The men, evidently flnding one place becoming unbear- uMc, wrote on the walls where they were going. This trail has been lost and it is believed the miners arc all dead. Thirty-live bodies have been taken out, and the rapid work of burial preparations and quick funeral services went on all day. Frank Stierwalt, of Saronburg, in the city today. is R. M. Scott, of Pittsburg. Kas., the president of the National Mutual Insurance Company, is in the city in the nterest of hia organization. .attorney A. F. Florence retiimed last night from a business visit of several days to Garden City and Hutchinson. The town of Mildred is taking pre- limiuary steps toward incorporation. G. M. Keynolds. chairman of the board of county commissioners, has received a communication notifying blm of the- propo.ud action. The Humboldt Ifcrald reports the loath of Frederick Kienzle. a raruicr 'iving seven miles southeast of Uum- 'loldt. Monday evening. Mr. Kienzle was born in Germany in lS4 .i. He "lad lived in .Mien county many years, 'lis wife and six children survive hini. Mrs. Massengale has returned from Vallvnme Old Mexico, where she went several days ago on the oc- •aslon of the birth of a son to her daughter, Mrs. Mitchell, formerly Miss Amy Massengale. Mr. and Mr.s. Daniel Kllnk are going o fltfawa soon to visit Mrs. George .^lark and attend a dinner to be given n lienor of .Mrs. Phoebe Richards of 't'oomdale, Ohio sister of their hos- • BS. .MIS. Kllnk, Mrs. Kirhards and \lr.^. Clark were schoolmates In Ohio 'Ifiy years ago. .Mr. and Mrs. William Haverstock vho wire Thanksgiving guests of lola friends have gone to MctAwaka where liey will vibli friends before going to Missouri. They expect to spend tiic holidays In St. l/ouls and will then go to their home In Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Haverstock have been visiting in 'xan^as since August. A detective of Kansas City, Mo., was n lola last night investigating the -i -cord of "Duke" Bonner, the negro under arrest in Kansas City for com- >'lcity in the murder of Albi'rt I'n- lerwood. a Mis.souri Pacific railway •ashler. Bonner was formerly employed here and the prosecution wishes to learn something about his movements. The seniors of the high school are preparing to put on the play "Macbeth," just previous to the Christmas holidays. The entire cast will be omi'osc'I of senior.s. and the play •.ill be i .'iven at the high school building. The rehear-'sals began several iavs ago. and will continue daily un»11 the date of the play. This is the first time for several years that a play has been given at the high school. I MEW STORE is a Pleasure BECAUSE it is; easy to find what one wants amongst the wide variety of winter mei:chandise carried, N . BECAUSE even! up-to-date facility is provided to enable you to do your shopping ill comfort and dispatch, and BECAUSE you dan always rely on receiving the best goods for the price —no mattei"! what the price. MOTHERCRAFT TO BE TAUGHT School in New York Will Give Prenatal and Postnatal Instruction to Mother*. Miss Mary L. Read has been chosen as director of the motherhood school which Is soon to be opened in New York city. The name of the institution Is the New York School of Moth- ercraft. It is to be on the West Side. Besides classes .ind locfiiros at ths school there will be prenatal and postnatal Instruction for mothers in their homes. There will be a selected library and pfiTjll.-; roading room and t. public Informutinn bureau for problems relating to the family, marriage and eugenics an well aa the earo and training of children In the home. The school is to be worked in co-opcratlon with well-known physicians, 'educators, sociolnglsTs. club women and mothers. Miss Bead is a gradnnte of Teachers college, Columbia university, and spent some time ns a special student in Clark university and the University of Chicago. She was tha organizer of the home committee's exhibit in the New York Child Welfare exhibit, held last winter. SDLK AND OTflpi FUVE HOSIERY. Black Silk "Gordon Dye'i Hose. $1, $1.50, $2 Black, white, pink and Sky "Gordon Dye Hose".$1.00 Black silk new "Gordon Dye" quality, pair... 50c Ask for our $1.00 Chnstimas Silk Hose. ANNUAL SALE OF HANDKERWFS. Women's all linen Handkerchiefs, special loc Women's Swiss Handkerchiefs with emb. or lace edge; each i. I ..: 10c Women's Swiss Handkerchiefs with emb. corners, special, each 5c Women's high grade hand emb. Handkerchiefs, the daintiest styles everi shown—some with Syrian lace edge, others finely hemmed—special 3 for $1 Ask to see our impdrted^Hand Emb. Handkerchiefs—priced at :. 1 .. .50c, 75c, 98c up to $7.00 Childrcn'3 Ijrandkerchiefs. Hand Emb. Initial Handkerchiefs, 3 in box 19c Hand Emb. plain white Iijiitial Hand'fs, 3 in box. .29c Men's Hapidkerchiefs. All linen Initial Handkerchiefs, each. 25c Soft finished Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs. 15c Colored border and plain white Handkerchiefs.. .5c Irish Linen, y^, J/i and^i/i inch hem Hand'fs 25c CHRISTMAS APROI^$ IN WffiEST VARIETY Bretelle Aprons at... J. .25c, 50c, 75c, 98c Plain hand Aprons with hemstitched hems at 25c Round and fancy shaped Aprons of fine lawns, dotted Swiss, all-over eimbroidery, with lace, embroidery and hemstitched edges —daintily trimmed in the newest effects wi^^ ribbons, bows, etc. The 'largest and finest assortriient ever shown in this city. Ask for them. Price. 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, 98c, $1.35, $1.50 Famous Bride's Petticoat A cambric petticoat, yellov.- with age and trimmed in fine crocheted edging and insertion, holds the record of having been 55 years In ono family and of having served 18 brides as the "something old" which ever/ maid E ;ust wear to ttae nuptial altar. This petticoat was made 56 years ago by Nancy Emma Stroud of Atlanta. Clk., who w^ore it to the altar when she became the bride of Aaron Nunnally of the same city. Even before forming part of her niiptial attire It was famous, for Mrs. Ntmnally made it yrben she •was a pupil of the Baptist college In Madison. Ga., and It took the prise not only for the exquisite needlework, but also for the fine and excellent quality of the hand-made lace. Less than a year afterward a younger sister was married and the petticoat was loaned. Sixteen other brides have worn the Stroud petticoat and It has been sent recenUy to form part ot the bridal finery of Mrs. Stroud's grandda^bter, Uiss Bose Belle Hlnes ot McKfnner, -VS TO QIKER .V.VSIES. The man from Punxsutawney and the man from Kokomo Discu-ss^ef? the Chlne.'je troubles, and the first ."aid "Don't you know, I think thc^e Chinese names arc queer enough to stop a clock." •That'.'? rigiit" rei)'ied another man from fair Caucomgnmoc. The r-'n frovi Kokonio ohservcd. "ny g:r.;;cr! tliat's a fac"! i. Tha; • v • l>i-<in'icr says—the V :-• i'.rv.n ilicrc in Hackensacjt." And ari.ihcr .'^iranger said the n a s '.•<:imrcnt uai« true; And : i; \vi;ii a s-milc of pride "My li. nie's in Kal'mazoo." Another man tnkk up tin- strain, "Now ' down Skowhi'.gan way ' And up at Yyallantl wc ^peak It cv^-ry day. '. The naniifs ain all uncivilized ami lieathen In their ring, ' That's what I ti-ld luv unclu ye.ster- day in l.-^hpcmlng." liohokus Ls my native town," another Htianger said; "And I think all tliese (Milncio names 1 the worst I ever read." "Quite true," agreed a quiet man; "they're certainly uncanny. That's what my neighbors all assert In Tall Holt, Indianny." —Josh Wink in Tialtlmore American. CHRISTMAS SALE OF FURS. Owing to the backward season we have reduced the prices on all fine Furs. Reliability is our standard in our Fur I>ep't. 1 Genuine Cross Fox Set. was $55.00: now $35.00 1 Genuine Mink Set, was $65.00; now. $45 .06 1 Genuine Brown Marmqt Set, was $30.00... .$20i00 1 Genuine Black Coney Set, fancy muff, was $20.00; now $15.P0 1 Genuine Black Fox Set, fancy muff, was $35.60; now $25.00 1 Genuine Brown Jap Mink Set, was $18.50.. .$15.00 1 only Genuine Black Fox Collar, was $40.00. .$28.50 BLACK DRESS GOODS AT^ 15%Reduefion \ A gift of Black Dress Goods is always acceptable as a Christmaspresent. Buy a skirt or suit pattern—15% reduction for four days. Choice of our entire line of Black Diagonals, Prunellas, Empire Cloth, Batiste, Wool Poplin, Broadcloths, Voiles, Diagonal Serges, Storm and French Serges. 15% REDUCTION AU Fancy Silks and Satins at 15^ Reduction What is prettier than ^ beautiful wai^t or dress for Christmas? Two days more only we will offer our entire line of Fancy ^ilks, Fancy Brocades, Fancy Satins and all imported Dress Patterns, at 15% REiDUCTm PKOF. STOWE TO Sl'E.VK HEKE, —It will be to your Interest to buy vour flonr and feed of H. Klaumwini 206 S. Jefferson. Phone 239. Where the Stamps Are. At present the stores where the Pod Cross i^tamps may be had are: } The Kellv Hotel. The Portland Hotel. The Llbrar.v. Y. M. C. A.. Ram­ say's Store, Crabb's Drug.Store, Burrell's Drug Store, Reynolds' Drug Store, Evans' Drug Store, Kress Store Shannon Hardware Store, Sleeper'ji. The public is advised not to mai a package without a Red Cross StamiJ —let your friend^ know which .trajf .\ncn County Teachers IVfll Meet In loin >ext !!iaturduy. There will be a meeting of the Allen County Teachers' Association In the lola high school building on Sat- •Hrday of this week. Prof. A. Monroe Stowc of the Kansas State Normal School will be present and give a lecture on "How to •Study." All teachers ! and others interested are cordially invited to be present. The following program will be observed, beginning at 9:30: Roll Call. Fteading: Primary Idella Bauman Intermediate —-Xorval Boatwrlght Grammar Miss Ktta Roerstler "Ilow to Study" (Round Table) Prof. A. Monroe Stowe Afternoon Session, 1 P. M. Roll Call. i'lans for Spelling Contest, Prln - -U O. French "The Tencliing of Geography" Supt. C. M. Hllleary SHrci-.<>Nful Economy In Baking. Most housewives assume when they hay a big can of baking iiowder at a low price that they have been economical. They have to a slightextent —but when they use that cheap "big can" haklng powder and find it so un even In quality, or so unreliable that the baking falls, there isn't so much economy in it after all, for the wasted materials far outwelght the few cents saved In the jirlce. STTCCESSFTrij economy Is in the reach of every woman that desires it. She has only to order Calumet Raking Powder, and use it according to instructions. Then she will.achieve economy. For not only does Calumet sell at a reasnnable price— Z'>c. per pound—but it is so carefully made by experienced chemists that failure is imi >05 'siblc. Only the best materials are used and the proportions of the in gredients are so exact and so uniform that EVERY baking comes from the oven, iight. sweet and beautifully* raised. Calumet guarantees you' against faHure and that is what constitutes ieal economy in baking. Why not use Caiumet, a baking pow, der tha^ yon can always rely upon? You caul get no better at any price, for at the World's Pure Food Exposition Calumet received the Highest Award. Those interested in the organization ot a city basket ball team will meet tonight at the auditorium at seven o'clock for practice. A tentative lineap for the team will probably be cboaen tonight which will represent the (9am In the ^rst game of tha •eaion/probably durtng tlie Cbriat- boUdays. m NORTHRUP I^ATIONE BANK lOLA, KANSAS OVER FORTY YEARS OF CONSERVATIVE B.^SKIXG IX lOLA Depository for the United States, SJfatcf of Kansas, and Allen County OFFICERS: L. L. NORTHRUP. President D. P. NORTHRUP, 2nd V-Pree. F. A. NORTHRirP, Vice-President MELVIN FRONK. Cashier. R. J. COFFEY, Assistant Cashier CAPITAL $50,000.00, SURPLUS $20,000,00 Interrst I'ald on-Time Deposits ' Safety Deposit Boxe«*lor Bebt ' lOLA STATE BANK Capital Stock .... $25,000.00 Surplus $12,500.00 PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS WE L. E. liORYILLE, Pres. W. S. KAl^FMAN, 2nd Vice Pre* J. II. C'A.MPBELL, Cashier. A. W. BECK, Vicc-I'rcs. F. 0. BE.Y.SO.V, Asit Carrier SAFETY DEPO.SIT BOXES FOB BEST. TH08, H. BOWLUS, President J. F. SCOTT, Cashier Allen County St9t9 Bank lOLA, KANSAS EST.IBLISHED A QUARTER OF A CESTURT. Capital $30,000.00 Surplus $40,000.00 Deposits ................. $550,000-00 „ IXTEKEST PAID 0> TIHE 1*»P0SITS - — • SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOB. B£liX. The migration of the stork in plans to introduce a bill placing ba^e Spain seems to be as regular aa clock ball under federal regulation, a bu- work. This year he left a daughter at reau being created to see that the the home of King Alpbonso and Queen game is run properly. \lflrv •'' • ' ^ . —Jir.- l-wj »• H H U , flaJeopaO. A New York congressmar sajra he TelelRlsiies ISO A ]I 4 691. '"^

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