Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 14, 1911 · Page 2
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TOE lOLA DAILY REGIS' Get the Gfod Clbttifes Habit, and it's "HENLEY" For You—Henley- Suits and Overcoats $18.00 to $27.50 Other splendid makes good values, new styles, Suits and Overcoats— $7.50 to $1»,50 .. '' • Children's Suits and Overcoats— ' $2.50 to $10.00 Bar^la^Sbields Cl0| De«'inl»«v. (111! Holly branch and misllitoo. And Chrisinias cliinit>s wlii*n''i>r wp pn And stockinKR jiinncd up in a row! Thi'se are thy gifts, Uec»-inbiT! And If the year has made thee old. And silvered all thy locks of gold. Thy hPart has never beon a-cold Or known a fading embor. The wliolc world is a Christmas ircc. And slurs its many candles bo. Oh! Sing a carol joyfully The year's great feast In kevplng! For once on a December ntght. An angel held a candl<^ bright. And led three wise men by its light To where a child was sleeping. —Harriett F. Hlodgctl. * * + Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Clark of Ch:i- nute were in town yesterday to visit their relotives, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Adama. * <• * • —EMte and Majestic now fie. * <' * ,Mrs: Ed ChatAeld has returned from a. yjs^l, of sevfraj.months with Mr. Cfiatflefd •Who Js Iff St. Mi^ry, CTtn ada. —EMte and Majestic now 5c. <• « <> Miss Fern Williams entertained with a party last night for a niiiiiber of girl friends, members o fthe H. T. M. club. —DB. 0. L. (^X, Ocnllst * • •:• The Mission Band and Mission study-Classes will have a. meeting Saturday afternoon at the Reformed Church. The Sunday school will meet tonight to rehearse Christmas music •5- * * * • * —Dr. Wirt, Osteopath, Tel 4S7, 388. 4- <• * Mr. E. C. Klein, a member of the faculty of the high school at hittlf Rock, Ark., -will spend the holidnyr here with his uncle Rev. Wm. H ShultB. * •:—The elegant line of Pretty Millinery selling briskly at half the marked price.—Richardson'.s. + * + The Art club will be inactive durinf: the holiday season, the members having decided to hold their iiejJt tneei- ing the third of January. Yr'stenliiy there was a meeting at the Y. W. C. A. parlor which was made interesting by a paper by Miss Crosby, on the work:! of William Koith, and roll call re- tponses ulioul art. The only-guest of the club was .Mm, M. L. Hrewster. * + + —Place your order f«>r Milllnfr.v and you can get your lltit quickly at iUchardsoa's. Want Yoar friend to rememlKT TOO forever? If yon do, make nim or her a present of a . . . • PARKER LUCKY CURVE FOUNTAIN PEN Prices $1.60 to $10. Let ns put one aside for you. These are tbe pens ^oa see adrcrttsed in the magazines. We warrant them as well as the maker. BURRELl'S l?SgE The Bexall Store West Side Square 'fTMn ia Cr.ry C£o Pen \'oit Cas FuJ *, ani Qva.-! Li tclj Lasy hlcaacr i>\ W:fr s-'I I' OttSCLVI :, i-iJ ixn th- 1." ,'Ji. ia/>-il fUaa it:,:.-.: i.» DC. ;.:«! f ^ ^SclK-illing Fount£:in Pen d fcy IV Xn* r-ii P^Vrs.! 1-hr Ink Reupw tin- Conktin Pett is iSuarwiUrillurlAV \c9rt. MUh' —Elite and M&iestic now Sc. * •> V .Miss Hazel Featherlin has invited a group of twenty schoolmates to be her guests at a party tonight at her home, SOG North Jefferson avenue. •:• •:• • —Sale of drawn work made by .•school girls of Ongole, India. Proceeds pay their expense In scliool. At DiiKgeii's .Millinery Store. * •:• + The A. Y. U. I. club was given a pur ty yesterday afternoon at the home of MM. Roy Foster. The most delightful fiaiure of the occasion was the serving of tea by the hoslegg, .Mrs. K.-T. WIlHdii. Mr«. C. I.. Wushhurii and .Mrti J. A. Wiggins. • • — I.;iille.«, MtftKes and ('hililren'K Haiti g'ling quickly at •'•(I cents on tin' (iollai-—IMchardson'R • •:• • Mrs. William Wilson. Mrs. George Meckley and Mrss. IC. W. Geery returned InBt night from Garnett, where U<ey atlendwl a serltjs of Hiblo ler- turrtP given by J. II. Cole, of New York. ^ •:• ''• —Elite and Majestic now .'c. .V <. The Episcopal Guilit'R annual election of officers occurred yesterday afternoon at 8 meeting at the home of ^fr9. T. F. Zeigler. .Mrs. G. S. Reynolds was elected president: Mrs Carl W. .Van vice-president; Mrs. G. L. Waite secretary-treasurer. The Guild will have en exchange sale Sat urday at the Reynolds drug store. * A * Instead of the meeting at the Chap. el next week the Mothers* club will 1 meet at the home of Mrs. S. E. Vaughn on Tuesday and 8p<>(id the entire day doing charity sewing. Seventeen of the members met at the Chapel yesterday afternoon and aewed.- + + * —W^omen's Exchange Saturday, home coolflns pies, cakes, bread, sair ads also canned fruit jellies. At Kldge's Cafe. * • • The Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church had a lesson and social hour yesterday afternoon nt the borne of Mrs. J. O. Osborne, In the library. building. After the le«Bon on Buddism, which Mrs. H. C. Ford ably conducted, tbe ladies were served. * * • —Sharp reduction on Salts Coats and Fun.— Bic ^budsonli. • Leavenworth Times: Miss Neva trnnk of Iblai Khs., jvas the special fpxial atu« ckntnin ^a bridge party yesterday afternoon given by Mrs. Willis Carruihcrs. The home was beautifully decorated with pink cur- nalions and potted plants. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Walter Kern, Miss Dorothy Knox and .Miss Punic. Cards were followed by o four-course tea where .Mrs. Carruthers had the assistance of Miss Margaret Sexton. •> •:• * / —ChristmRr .Vcveltles In everything new.— RIchai df oVs. * • • Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cole entertained seven couples at cards last night, their gtiests being members of the North Side card club. After cards there was an elaborate supper. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. .loyce. Mr. and Mrs. Drake, Mr. and Mrs. .M. M. Stoddard. .Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hecox, Mr. and Mrs. Pre-^man," Mr. and Mrs. S. h. Jackson. >**•:• —'Better' tipin • ever n< (he OnnH TJicalre,' liitest motion plctaren and liest music to be liiid. All for » rent?). •^ 4> 4 Miss .Tennlc Purdy ancl Mr. Wilbur lapham of Chanute, Who are to'1' married the twenty-third of thi month, wore favored Vlth a/ danci given at th« Clinker hoi>se-^ere las nighf by Dan Servey. The coupl were Kansas Uhlversity friends of Mr. Servey and he Is to be host man at their wedding. The guests danced and were later served with a two course sujjper. Th dining room wns lighted by red and yellow wax tapers, placed upon th« small tables at which the refresh ments were served and the colors of Chi Omega. Miss Purdy's sorority wen» introduced In this way. Plnr cards were ornamented with a combl nation of Greek letters, indicating Mr. I.iaiih.am'8 fraternity, and Oh Omega. The favors were white rose theOhi Omega flower. After the orchestra left, a gr«up of colored mnsicinns played during th BUi»per hour. Miss Hiirdy gave thre readings which were happily celvod. • The guest list included a lot of K II. rolk niaiiv of whoiii were tlier when Miss I'urdy, Mr. l.a|iham ami Mr. Servey wero in school. MIs'^ Purdy and Miss Wilmn Ca8ebe<>r an visiting Miss Josephine Riddle toda and last night they and other out-of town guests were given a dlnn<'r a the RIddItt home. Those who wero asked to the dance vere: Mr. and Mrs. Vene Fry, Mr. an Wn. U P. Stover, Mr. and Mrs. H. H Howard Dr. and Mrs. J. T- Held, Mr and Mrs. James Dwyor. Mr. and Mrs J. G. Stader. Mlasea Jennie Purdy Wllma C'lsebeer. of Independence Clara and Hazel Bowlus. Mary Nortl rup, Shlrely Goodnough, Nevada; Ma Ion Lois Talbert, Cora Klein, Florenc Hobart, Josephine Riddle. Myrtl Newman, Floy Houser, Gretchei Moore. Bertha Swlgart. Elizabeth Apt, Messrs George Gordon, P. W Brewster John Ooahorn, Ben WUten berg, Arthur BrlghanV. Newton Brig ham. C. A. Swiggett, Wilbur I^apbam Chanute; Claire Brighnm, Parson* Thos. H. Bowlus. Fred Apt, Dougln Marsh, Karl Ritchey, Dr. R. O. Chris tian. • • • —Great reductions on suits anO Coats.—Richardson's. * * * The bazaar which the l.idies of th Presbyterian church are giving thi afternoon has the attention of th eh'irch members and many others There are three booths and the cand stand and all have been patronized generously. A large collection of service aprons and dainty ones for eifts are on sale and many prettv fancy things. The Chinese booth I gay with oriental colors and ei'en if one could find no use for the articler displayed, it Was interesting to looV them over and train an idea of the handiwork of Chinese women an'' something of the customs of the coun try which they revealed. There were five long tables covered with spotless linen and set with the Working society's silver, and at twr o'clock when a reporter looked in people were bringing pans of chicken nud salad and other good things fo<- »he snoper. Patrons will be servet' from Ave until seven o'clock and they wIM be given a bountiful and dellcloti delicious sunner for twenly-flve cents supiMtr for 2T, cents. • * —Cut Flownrs In Carnations Roses •^'I'ryKnntliemumi'. NarelsHUs, Servir for nil oeen^lonM, nt Prlmmer's Greer IlouKc. 704 East Uncoln. Phono KM •:••>"• The Woman's Rellr;f Corns wll have the regulnr meeting Friday after noon 111 G. A. R. hnll. • • + FOn Party or catering work, cal' MhH Miller phone 8!!6. —Elite and Majestic now lie. * + + Mrs. Adda Zehner, who has been giving a series of IcKitures in Allen county will complete her lour with a meeting at l.aHarpe on Saturday. <- * * —Elite and Majestic now 3c. • * * , The I-oyal Temperance X.egion will have a business meeting and social at the W. C. T. U. rest rooms Friday afternoon. • • •> The choir at St. Timothy's church will ])ractice tomorrow night at eight o'clock, after the vesper service. All members are asked to attend. + • •!• —Elite and Majestlc.npw 5c. ^yta ^,..XgpRSI)AY ElVENING, DECEMBER 14.1911.,. m CHRISTMAS TREES! i Extra Fine Delaware Holly at T. B. SHANNON Our store is full to overflowing \vith beatitiftil and useful things for Christmas presents.' We mention below just a few of the many nice things for Christmas. TOQUES .lust received anotiier big sblp- tVient of Ladies' and Misses' Toques in red-.and blue, also white and red, white and blue, and white and plnk-^the greatest values ever offered you— priced at 49c and !«c SILK SCAKFS We are showing a beautiful Hue of Scarfs. Priced ict »5c, .>0c, fiSc, •l.«0.1» *S.5fl. SILK St .\KFI\(J. 4 "licautiful iiatterna—priced at yard 3!»c and l.'»c SILK W.VISTIXCJ For Christinas. A lietiutiful Brr.1y of patterns; ))riceil. ))er yard. ..50r, $1, and JIwO Why Sut Uny « Xlce I»re<ss Vjit- tern for Chrlstnia.s? One lot of Wool Dress Goods —most all colors and weavi s— a large .-i.s.sortnient to ehunse from; regular iirico 7 ."n- atiU $1; .'^peeial, yard '— - _. . .r»7c nOLLS We liave a very large :i,>-;u)rt- liient iif Holts tu select froui at very siioelal i)riees. 5c, KIc, :».'>c, .'itH-, ".'»«•, $1 to <.'». ART LINENS A beautiful line of Center Pieces, Squares, Scarfs and Doilies. Priced very special. Table Ulnens for Christmas — very specially priced, a yard from ,._50c, (Wc, 75c, $l.tM) to *2J>0 Napkins iiriced from . 98c to fe .50 dozen Pattern Cloths and .Napkins, priced__l $5.00 to $1«J>0 set . EXTRA SPEClAIv—All linen Pattern Cloths, two yards long, regular price J2.00; special . '_ $l ..">0 $2.r )U all linen Pattern Cloths, 2% yards long, specUil ijl.9S Children's Christmas Handkerchiefs Three in a nice little Christmas box. per box 1 -15c Children's Gloves and Mittens All kind.«. priced at l.')C, 2'»c and 50c pair Ladies' Kid Gloves . All the desired colors, two clasp to IC-bulton length—now priced from - - $l.iM», $ IH.O, ijiiOO to $8.30 • •:• • • •:• • <• • • • • <• • •:• • •:• • •:• FREE! FREE: • • To every little girl that • • will bring her doll and her • <• mother to our store SAT- * • IIHDAY a lilce pair of KIO • •> DOLI..SI-1PPERS. <• <• • •:• •:• • •> •> •> •:• •> • •> •:• • •> •> •> LADIE.S' F.VXCY HOSE In silk, lisle and all sllk.^11 the desired colors; priced at 5llc, $1, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 j^MJiir. HOUSE SLII'PEKS l>adles" fancy Felt House Sliy^ pers; price $1. $I.2.'>. $1.50, $1.75' Men's House Slippers in tan^ and black leather. . Mdo, $1.50r.V n.l>D BAGS Hiiy her a nice Hand Bag for '"iMistuias. We have an elegant line to choose from at very low I 'liees. in suede, velvets, tapestry, head, inesb and leather bags priced from 2."»c, 50c, 75c, $1, $l.,50, $i, $i50, $3, $3,50 li. *!».!I.V F.WfY COLLARS .lust received a new shipment of I.aaies' Fancy Collars aud Jabots—most beautiful line we've ever shown. Prices range from 25c, .'15c, 50c, 6.»c, 7.'.c, $1 to $1.50 lUlADLEV jflFFLEKS in white, navy, light blue, tan, champagne and bluck; price 50c AIEX'S >E(KTIES Priced at .25c KIBBO.NS See our beautiful line of Ribbons for Christmas — specially priced, yard --10c, 15c, 25c, 35c XJTAS HAXOKERfHlEFS in plain linen. Initial, fancy hand embroidered, scalloped and hem stitched—a beautiful line to select from. Priced 5e, l»c. 15c," 25c, 35«', 50c, ()5c, 75c, $1 to $6 Best Coat Values in lola at. .$17.50, $15, $12.50, $6.95 Scalctte Plush Coats at $15, $20, $25 Made (if Salt':; rich tleep nap (diisli; large roll collar, wide culTs, l )Uit ()iiiug to sidu Willi large (irnaiiieiitK, heaullfully lined. Hdille Choice of Any Cloth Suit upi to and Including $25 Suits at $1^.75 Enough said! The above statement alone should fill our garment dciiartiuent with eager buyers. Ileautlful suits of fine serges, broad- diitiis and heavy mixed gultinps; women's, misses' and extra large sizes—any .suit at . $IK.75 EXTRA SPECIAL—Twenty Suits which sold from $20.00 to IS.'i.OO; your clioico , .• $9.05 Choice of Gowns up to $25.00 at $18.75 One fourth reduction on all Wool and Silk Dresses. lil'I'U'I.Af.—l.'j Women's and .Misses' New Silk and Serge Dresses, jaiT.u. $!.-..00\abd $17,110 values, at $9.95 Buy Her a Nice Waist for Christmas White Lingerie Waists, lace trimmed and embroidered, in white and colors. Tho.se are vei;y beiiuliful Waists, put up in nice Christmas l.oxos; special $1.98 RUGS. Why not buy a nice Rug for Christmas. We are siiowing a beautiful line of patterns. lSx:!(; Axmlnster Rugs, priced at . $I.'J5 27xri4 Axiuinster Hugs, regular $2.r><> <i«ttlity. priced . - $1.95 Room Size Rugs of ail kinds at very special prlee.s for ('hristiiiaM- Children's Furs Specially priced fo rChrlstnias from . _-$lJ'.0 lo $5.00 Met A large line of l..adies' Kur Sets and Muffs at very sjiecial prices. Children's arid Misses' Coats One lot of Coats worth up to $5.00; special 98c Ladies' and Gents' Umbrellas All silk and silk and linen Umbrellas with gold fancy carved and plain mission handles; priced $1, $lj ;0, $2, $2.50 to $7JiO A large assortment of SUIT CASES of all kinds at very special prices. PVROGRAPHY A large assortment in all kinds of pieces from 5c, 10c, 25c to 95c Toilet Articles of all kinds for Christmas Remember you can find what you want here at the Lowest Prices IV —quality considered. FREE! SATURDAY- To every little Boy and Girl, a [nice little STORY BOOK We pay mUeage 1/ STAMP ORDER KESCIXDRD. Soon You Xav Put Stamps IVberc You LlSe. . According to the Kansas Cit^ papers, the Postmaster General hw rescinded his order made some; time ago to the effect that absolutely no stumps, other than iiostuge st^imps, will be allowed on the addressed side of ChristmuM packages, or-other liuckuges going tlirough the malls. The order was iiiude with a view to fucilttating the work of the postal mployes, H nuinhi-r of stumps on the addri 'Bsoci side of the package :CBUS< Ing confusion In caiicelllng. it seems hut much priHiiure has boon brought lo beur both by the niiinufactur^rs of ho stumps and the Red Cross society, which every year ut this time places the stamps on sale to procetMlS'to be used for the proventlon of tuberculosis. According to the Kansas Cily iia- pers the order has been rescinded und . and will be null und void after January first. Although It Is eleven days until Christmas signs of the Christmas rush are already apiiarent at the post office, a number of Christmas iiack- ages, mostly incoming., now passing through ibc malKs. their nature being unmistakably bespoken by Christmas stickers and holly wrapping paper. Mr. Ellis says the holly wrapping paper is much more confusing to the clerks than the stamps. HARVEY HELLER OX THE TE.VM. loin Boy Seleclod A.s One of the" Eight on tlic K. I'. Dehutlug Team. Word liS3 lieen leceived from Harvey Heller, who is taking the law course a: Kansas Unlycr—ty, that he has l.con succov ^fiil In liis eifniis to gain a p'aue en the K: V.. debating team I.e having leceniiy 1J. en selected as cJe of i!ie eight to l:ave places on the u.r.w. The.flr .'i liy-out for places f)n tie dthutlng te: m, was held several wni-kfi ngu. ti.ere helng forty entrle."!, ircui wr.lcli, by luoceiis of elimination. sl.-ctiHU wcru neliCied. Hy the cnnie priwefM .the eight in represent the HtatP un'.verslty In liilerscbo- lastlc deban> wero relecied from the sKtHCn recer.i!.v. .and .Mr. Holler was one i;f the r\y.h;. The eight succesaful dr.haterM will be divided Jnto several teumi!. whl'i will reprelren: K. V. In debate!' wMii :he iinlvcrsitieR of Oklahoma. .MIs;-o«vI and Colorado in the near future. IVKIGHT .SPEAKS TOXIGHT. Former Candidate for Goremor Bere In Behalf of SocUUIsni. Clyde J. Wright, Socialist candidate for Governor of Nebraska at tb^ last election, will deliver an address on Socialism in the Masonic hall tonight. He is one of the several speakers sent out by the national organization and former newspaper writer hfiving served for many years on Chicago pa* pers. During the course of the adilress tonight, Mr. Wright will give his view ot tbe McNamara cases. The public Is invited. K. T. Wll.'on 'eft thir morning for Wichita for a .short hu.slnrss visit. —Elite and -Majestic now .".c. GLORIOUS HAIR For Every >Yonuin Vfin Wants It. Any woman who neglects her hair cannot expect to have as lovely hair as the woman who doesn't. Wash the hair once a week, use PARISIAN SAGE dally—keep your: hair brush clean and in a few days' you win give to your hair a beautiful; lustre that you will be proud of. j PARISIAN SAGE Is a most reliable hair tonic; so reliable that C. H. Spencer & Co. guarantees It to eradicate dandruff, stop falling hair and ' itching scalp or money back. It should be used as a dressing hy every member of tho family because It keeps tbe scalp clean prevents hair from turning gray and Iwldness. I.argo bottle *>fl cents. You will have no use for ordinary iireparatlons after once giving delightful PARISIAN SAGE a trial. J. A. Francis, who has been taking treatments at the sanitarium for the past week, returned this morning to his home in Altoona. CHRISTMAS TREES! Extra Pine Delaware Holly at —Fresh Buffalo and Channel Catfish at Cowan's. Tho bums sustained by Rubjr JaoS Ison. the little daugtater of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jamison, who yesterday morning fell Into a tub ot acaldlBg waterat the home of Mr. and Mft. W. J O.-Funston, are not of a serious TAt- Jf^ ure, and the recovery ot the child Vr^ i-.ssurred. The little girl was scaldJO: over almost the entire back but tha burns were not deep. B. P. low of north of Bronson la in the city today on business. Judge W. N. LobdllI,°of Mechanicsburg, 111., came In yesterday afternoon on business and for a visit with Judge D. B. D. SmelUer. Judge: I.ob- dlll had never been In lola before, and expressed^ himself ai surprised and delighted with the city. Try the Regbter Wsnt ad way. FREE to Order Free 61 Charge $6.00 to $12.00— This Tailoring Tale is short and to the point. We will make free of charge an extra pair of trousers with every suit. See our windows. SUITS FROxM $liS TO $35 This offer is good until January 15th. DOD 109 West Street the lola, Kaniis

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