Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 23, 1911 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1911
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!'S!^SU^ZW'Xlli^^ SAyukpAY EyEyijrG, PJECEMBER:23, 1911. SJioppln^ for riirl.stnias. She said she thought sho'd like (o gtit A brood! tor'-sister May, She was hot certain qultp, as vol How/much she wished to pay. And Q 6 we started out to find, Th's bit of stone and gold, Aui*. went in evcrywhcri- except The place whore they're solil. She led me to a dry coods store, "I want a brooch," s:ild sho, The^-main who keeps the door replied. "Top floor for Jewelry." ThP elevator was so full We thought it best to hike. But everything they had up there She knew Mary wouldn't like. Then up and down the avenue Wc rushed like people mad. We went, into every notion store To see the lino they had. We sought the brooch in china stores. In silk and linen shops: Prom men who deal in postal cards Apd-brooms and dustless mops. "My dear" said I, worn out at last And feeling sad for her, "If ybu'll permit me tp suggest, I'd see a jeweler. Perhaps you'll find a brooch in there To suit, right off the bat;" And she replied, "Well, maybe so, I hadn't thought of that." —Detroit Free Press. For Lra.<^7' <>r , Gentleman The foiintBin.pen is a gift suitable for cithcr.iady or gentte-' niah. We have reliable pens In right styles'and Sfze.s for either; When soqie siiiail toke'h is required, a pacRage of pcrfumeds- often one of the most suitable rifts.- . . .. • : Gh'c 'Grandpia" a line, reinforced aeau. * h9t * Wn'tep' <boitie for a riA -IMMis fiittl A sensible gift and one she'll appreciate and cnjoy.^'. - BDRREll'S l^^h The Re.\nll SfoTf Mr. and Mrs. Ifiller UcCreary will be ClirlBtinas gnesta of Mr. McCrea- xy'B parents in Leavenworth. ; V • • • 1 Miss Myrtle Johnson, who Is Btndent ^A^pJQtrako University, Uea MoInes ,!na ^ira» .has arrived home to spend tbJBiS^lidajrs. —Kratfae'*'tafe Hotel will serve one of their elegant dinners again Christmas, and a'so a big supper. The only.real Cafe Peuple in City. Booths E <xtra SelecU Oysters all ways on hand; seived or in bulk. s. ' "V •> George Hankins, of Perry Olclnho- wa, Is here to visit his mother and elster until after Chri«tmaa. Mr. Hank Ins has recently been niling'ii clerical jiosltion in Colllnsvllle but will re- Murn to Perry after the holidays. •;• •:• • Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Smith and Mar- 'Jorle Marlcy went to Oswego this afternoon to spend several days with ^r. and Mrs. J. W. Aliu-ley. + * + Professor and Mrs. 1.. W. Mayb ^rry fcand son left this afternoon for Mc- JPherson to spend the holidays with IcJiMrs. Mayberry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. Miss Cora Klein will give a parly Thursday afternoon, December twenty -eighth for her afternoon card club. It is tho club's custom to meet on Friday but precedent is being Ignored because ofiOther social events scheduled for Friday. .> .> MIsc Mdna. McCallen, of Dayanl, ^wHl be a "gueat of Mrs. Anna Heard. plO North Cottonwood street. The Violet club had a Christmas party yesterday afternoon at the faome of'Mrs. W. A. Woodruff, which was the last, also the best and largest of the whole year. The attendance in«;luded a majority of the club members. Mrs. Robert Davis and Mrs. W. H. Morrison recited Christmas poems and there was a gift tree from which each guest received a remembrance. Bells and holly wer-^ employed in the several rooms and the tea.table was trimmed with holly. T6e following ladles were there: Mrs. J. N. Bumside. Mrs. W. H. Morrison, Mrs. Chai-Ies Stebbins, Mrs. A. T. Craig, Mts. Rl I^cey, Mrs. Robert Davis, Mrs. Harry Smith. .Mrs. Fred Cdffield, Mrs. F. A. Wagner, Mrs. G Vf. Adams, Mrs. E. J. Wright Mrs. C. P.. Moore, Mrs. G. W. Stockton. Mrs. T. N. Slack, Mrs. A. Powell, Mrs. John Crawford, Mrs. C. J. Hiiwley. Mrs. W. A. Huffner, Mrs. S. E. Vaughn Mrs. J; A. Malone. Mrs. P. W. Ammerman, Mrs. J. W. Trowbridge, .Mrs. Laura Bishop, Mrs. Winnie Woods, Mrs. Mary Bonewell, Mrs. M. A. Smltb. • * —Magazines at Mundls Drug Store. * •> •> The reception which Mrs. 11. H. Howard, Miss Mary .Northrup. Mrs. I.flraine U. Northrup is expected in today from CJiica.ito I'niversity for the holiday vacation. He is to enter- !nin -Mr. Robert Heath of Chicago from ne .\t Tuesday until after -Vew Years. * •> —Kodak Albums, the test made Mundis. • • • Mr. and .Mrs. Roscoe Clark are here from Kansas City to spend Cliristmas with Mrs. Clark's parents •> -> * Miss Mildred Swigart is here from I'ittshiirR to spend the Christmas vacation . >> <• —Cribbage board and playing cards 3t Mundis Drug Store. The Music club has decided to have the micelKineous program on Januarj ninth Instead of the Shakespearean program, as announced in the program hook for the year. —DB. O. L. COX. OenllsL + 4- * Miss .Vellie Elam came in thiF morning from Des Moines, Iowa where she is attending Drake Tniver- sity. Reverend and Mrs. Rader, of Atchison, will arrive Monday morning to spend Christinas at the Elam home. ' fl- * —nr. Lnry Hull, Osteopath. Telephone 140 und «61. Mr. and Mrs. I.. P. Stover will gr '•n Humboldt tomorrow lo visit Mrs Fisher until after Christmas. •5- •> <f Mr. anri Mrs S. Holmes of Col- llnsville and Mr. and Mrs. l .ouls Rob- James T. Reld and Miss .losepliini Riddle will have at Mrs. Howards inson, of Bloomfield, Missouri will br residence New Year day is beinr^ '""re wxt Tue.sday for a reunion find planned to bring together all ilie ma- family rlinn^r the home of trons, men and girls of their acquaint : Mrs. I.. P. Siover. ance. Guests will be received from] •'''><' three until five o'clock and the pro:^-1 Mrs. Dwlglit I-nGrange, of Franklin pective hostesses will introduce some Indiana, Is hen- to spend Christmas pretty ide«s in decoration and en- with Iwr son Dr n. T. UiOrange. tertainmcnt. The assisting list is not I <' •> <' yet complete but among I 1 IOR <- wlio - —We <()nin)en(e taklHK ordfrs for will b«1p are Miss Lillian Noriliruu. | l< e Cream for llie holidays or any Miss Ruth Horton and .Miss Talbert. '-i>e'ial order; 2'.- a qna;t.—Palace of - ^ .> ^ .Sweets. —Kodaks the popular gifl.s, from j 4. >1 10 $25 at Mundis. j Willis Henderson will he here from + • •> Arkansas to visit Mr. and .Mrs. H. L Mrs. A. R. Everline and dauglU'-r ttenderson dnrliiK the holidays. Mrs will go to Garnplt tomorrow to visit Henderson and tho twins will visit relatives. ^ her parents in Pardons until after ^* I Christmas and th?n come to lola tc —Give a nice package of that fine sticnd a few davs. candy at Burrcll's Drug Store. •> •:• * * <• Miss Myrtle Wills will spend the; -.SpM-fi:! .Mallnw at the «njnd The- holidays at her home in Emporia. iatrp ClirMniax day at ;:3(» p. nu .'» .v.*..;. iceHls lo everylHMlj. Same perform—Messages and ParkaRes Delivered auce at iiiKbt, 5 rents to nil. Doot Call Phone 4321. W. U. Tel. Co. ! miss \*. H 'c wish yon a Merry t 'hrlst- •> <• i' I mas and a Happy New Year. Fred Apt will give a house party ] Mrs. Fo?ur Beegon. who has been next week for a number of scnool ; visitinK her parents, Mr. and Mrs. friends and several young peopl" ; Henry Elver for six weiJts, and who from the east. He has asked guests has been 111 the greater portion of for a dance to be given next Friday I ,i,at time, left last night for her home night to Introduce his visitors. j in St. Joseph, .Missouri. Mrs. Bce: ' ,{> ^ will enter a hospital and hopes —Doll Carts at Shannon's. 1 lo recover her usUui health soon. V V 1 To All Our Friends 1 • and Customers: That this may be the merriest Christ!• mas you have ever had. and that the 1 year 1912 -will bring to you and yours 1 f • nothing but happiness and prosperity —is our sincere wish. X: MTSTEBIODS MOTE IN tlUGeENHEIST DIYOBCE SUIT. SHE NEEDED THE EXERCIS How Man Dodged Critlclim for Allowing Lady of Ample Proportloiis to Row Him. Allen had been visiting friends on their .houseboat, moored o(t Edgewa- :er, on the Jersey side. When It came •.ime to leave Mr. and Mrs. Wilson volunteered to row Allen and Miss Wil -.on, sister of the husband, to a dock near the Port Lee ferry. Mrs. Wilson and MJas Wilson are of imple proportions, and Allen didn't ike the Idea of allowing bis hostess o row, especially as It was rough and the tide was coming in. So he pro- ested. "No, I must row." he said. Couldn't think of It," retiu-ned Mrs. Wilson smiling. "I need the exercise, you know. I don't get exercise on the aouseboat." And she had taken the second pair of oars and settled herself in the seat behind her husband be .'ore Allen could bestow himself and t)aggage and assist Miss Wilson to a Aeat In the stem. What will those fishermen think of Tie, allowing a "woman to row me?* 10 protested. "I'm going to explain t to them as we pass. I don't want to icet In bad." Sure enough as the boat passed the .Ishermen on tli^ piers Allen called mt: "The lady needs exercise!^ And he fishermen, appreciating the'sltua- lon. grinned, and by their demeanor ndlcated they absolved Allen from ap- -learing to take It easy.—New York Herald. Naturally. "Beauty doctors aro superficial men." Why ere theyr Because they always take people at their face valua." Mr. and Mrn. Del Fryt;r, of Fredonia ire expected in tomorrow for a vlsi iver Chrlstiiias with Mr. and .Mrs IJert Fryer. .Mr. and .Mrs. .1. F. Varner and fatii- ly left this afternoon for Kincaid to poind the liolidays visiting with thcii laughter, Mrs. C. V. Shullcnbcrger, and family. Mrs. C. A. Twilley left today for p cif »tiir|pr the holidays with her daughter. Mrs. A. Thompson, of near Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Henderson, o ne w.u be here Christmas to spend the.holldays visiting Mrs. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Miller. DKPEill ives Color,' Lustre to Faded and Gray Hair—Dandruff Quickly Removed. I-'rom lime iirmcmorinl, sage and snl- iiur have l(ei>n used for the hair and •alp. .Mmost evcrvone knows of thf ;ilii.' of such-a comLinalion for darken- ilie hair, for ciiring dandrnff ami ^'alliiig hair, and for making tlie hair ':;'-<iw. Ill <iMen times the only w.i.r »<> f-t s 'n!.- t.of thin :»ort wa» to lircv,- it li. h'lWv fireplace, a mplh'ni which wn> r '.:;lile >-'inie and not alwa.vs sati >fact <>ry. N'.'va.JliTs almoKt everj' un -to -<iate ilriig- i t <an ^lrlI•ly hiit putronH wtth a n -a 'l .v,,.,:.(. I ;-.,!;n-t, nUil 'iiill.T eomiHiundeil in •trfe<-tly equlpplHl laburatoriiii. The .Vyeth Cbemieal Company of New York itit n? an Ideal n-mwly of thin fort. .nlled- Wyefh 'H Hagt' and Siilpbnr Hair Remedy, and antborin* dnisgwU to fei) it imdor gnuranter that the money will !K - refmiilod If it fuiU to do exactly ut r«iir<-i*entf <l. \' If yun have dandrnff. or-If your hair Is luruing gray or coming oat, don't 'Sclay. but get a bottle of -this rcme»ly io -i!ay ,-and sec what a few .days' treat- meut will do tae yoii. 'This preparation is offered to the jiulilic^t fifty •.•vntu a bottle., and is I'ofummvBdvd and sold by all droggistit. Special Agent-^ R. Bnrrell Chicago. 111.. Dec. 'S.l —PoweiTni political irflrtence it is claimed has *ielded over .ludjie .Ndelnr ..I. ruit silting in tlie Civcuit Court in an effort to force the jurist to render a decision fnvorab'e to tlio GuggcnlieiniH, is mravelllng tlit marital en.gmi oj. WllliHin GiiggeM.'nini, one of the seven miUlounire brothers of snioltor fame. As a reKult following a conference )ehind locked doors the case of (Jr .ice Guggenbviiii who seiks trie annulment if a divorcej granted her ten yeurs ago was precipitately transferred to fudge Thomas G. WIndcs. That it was a brazen attempt there could be no loubt .ludg^ Petit was astounded jtnd when he aniioiinced in open court tliat he could not ihoar the case tears ct,ine to his eyes. Should .Mrs. Guggenheim succeed in having the decree set aside tlie smcltor king will find himseif with wo wives, fcir after his divorce h<i married .Mrs. Aimee Steinbarger. 1>EI{S0>ALS, $100 Reward. 5100. .ti? rru 'lf of ti'ti p .in (T uria ii- r ^t-i'"^' to I«ir Lawrence Jliller canio in from Fort, «nt ir.,ff i..:: nv^i ou:-iirn»..«'u»-.i* that Fno" Vnrlh Tov list fr.1- u vi^il .li.r ; ''''"^ '>'"=™- '•'•" ' .Vorth, lex.. last nlgnt fOl a \!Mt «Wr- (v.,an1i. Hair., catarrh '-Mro is the only f-mti .ng the holidays wiin his parents, -ilr. ind Mrs. A. 11. .Miller. Leo Jones, of Toronto, will be»in his evening lor a holid-.y vihit \\it!| elatlves. — • # E<1 Bussing will go lu Kansas i:ily Tuesday for a \isil of two weeks wlt.'i "rlends. —Wnen you have a bilious attack I Homer Bush, who has been visit- ;lve Chamljerlain's Tablets a trial, j ing friends in Aniston, Ala., for sev- Ctarrti rurr now kiio;rn m the mollcsl tmtnnlty. r:iiar:. being .1 roiiauiatwaai <lb«-a.,-. niji'tn a re->iar (ional trKitm.-ut. ilul 'a Calarrli cure Is t,ilrn .1. tenialty, artl.iit (Ilrivtiv upoit ttio b:eod and II.UITI; inirfuTB or thf* yysi.-m, •lirrt-by ijrtnn'vlnt: t 1 iDUiidallon of the dlRra .'c. anil clvln'.- Hi.- p:'>-' «ren5th by buiMl^i 1 p iiio tonaiitutmn and a.-n.? injE mtturp In liui* K H I: ^.-ork. Ttio i»roi»rlfiors Ijivc .0 riii-li faith l-i lt!i c'UTitlvo powrn they oRn One I.cmlnW D.'li»ni for any ra.« tSil It W^h t. can. lici-A tor iW of UMl .•otiLiln .Aililrms K. J. nir .XCV ii CO.. l-olrds. O. Soil .y,u I„ i;...i.;s. T.V. ta-aj i' i i i amlly I'io coanipallcw. ihey are excellenL For sale by 'all ealers. Mr. and .Mr.s. K. E. Odell will go to \eosho Fullsj tomorrow to .spend llie 'hristiiias reason witli relatives. , t Jlrs. W. R. ^iiarks and littfo son l.ft his afternoo^i for Pittsbiiig lo spii:id he holidays visiting her niotliei? .Miss Ktta Wilkcrsoli. of Imlipeij 1- nce. Will be in toi'iorrow for a vl-ll luring the holidays with lier ssistj'r. Am. II J. Aubiichfin. . itoliert Mradi.'n left llil.s afterimtm or Kansas City to visit with frii'inLs. Kobert lines left t<ilay for '"hanifte *-here he will .spend tli'- lioliilays llng friends., Mrs. Carrie; Evans, of I.yiiilon. Kit's. Is In the city for a vl.«lt with M^s. ;eorge Marriand Mrs. Kate CtioiNsr 'luring the holidays. —If you ar;e troubled with chroivic ;on6tipation, the mild and gciitre <;f- ect of Chamberlains Tablets mak^s 1 hem especially suTlcd to your case, j For sale by a|l dealers. .Mrs. W. O. klnzel, of .Matoon, 111... is expected in tomorrow for a visit ^tt month with I her daughter, Mrs. I'.TS. Mitchell. I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. nakerJ-wHl leave this afternoon for a holiday visit with 1 relatives in Anderson County. — »C. L Cowdry will go to Kansa.s City omorrflw to spend Christmas visiti.ig his parents. 4. Miss Stei'a and -Miss Esther Pearson came in from Ottawa yesterday or a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cilrl Vterpon. enrotitc to their home .in Savonburg.' i James Whiisenand. who has be>n Isitlng Mr. and Mrs E. W. Myler. K-ft eral weeks, returned home this morning and will spend the holidays visiting his mother Mrs. 1>. H. Bush. Miss Grace Stillwell will go to Kan s-as City tomorrow to visii (luring the liolidays with friends. —We wish to call your attention to the fact that most infectious di .seasc.= such as who.iplng cough, diphtheria and scarlet fever are contracted when the child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Itemcdy will quickly cure a cold and greatly lessen the danger of eontraeting these diseases. This remedy Is faii'oii.-; for ll .s ciirr; i.f i -oljjs it containb no oiiiimi or oM (;r narcotic ntfl may !<e .'.-iii ii ••• u with llii|>llclt ronfi 'lf .-r !• ly all ileal ors. - _ . ^ i osK ri::: yut-i '» ri- ; oday for his home In Jewell Connj ,,y. Judge and 'Mrs. J. P. Duncan wjll eave tomorrow for lliimholdt to spend Christmas visiting their .son. Dr. H. E. Duncan, and ifamlly. Frank Goycjtte. the Elsmorc bankijr. is in the citi' today on business. - —Wllbout t^piatas or harmful drugs •if any kind Fotey's Honey and Tar Compound sfops conghs and eoras colds. Do not accept any substitute. I. D. Mundis'lft Co. Bennett Llvlnwfon will leave tomorrow for a 1 ollda;* visit with relatives In Pittsburg. — • Dr. and Mri. O. L Garllnghouse will go to Topeka tonight for a visit diCr- na the holli nyi/^ with Dr. Oarlln'^- boose's pareits. , Hai^'ey RUge returned yeaterdjiy from a busln* ss visit of several itifr' m ^UliUTfllt, OkUu 1 Your. Last Chance to See the World's Famous Pictures 's Inferno Just as conceived by the Great Poet PRICES ChUdren 5c. Adults lOc • ' - - • • • , Special Matinee Cliristanas Day 5 cents to all Latest Motion Pictures will be shown—a surprise for everyone Marry Christinas to All HEI6H0, Friends and Customefs! Let us express opce airain a lieiirly wish for a .Merry i'hrlstmas und a Htippy Now Year—and may our relations with one ijuothrr be long and cprdlul. ' • f i Brigham Hardware Co. THE BIGGEST SONG HIT THIS YEAR ! ^ 7 By McCarthy & Piantadorf- Thi8 is part of the Chorus—Try it! wait - lug now for him to name the d j r— 1^ r-rn—1'^ ty; Ana L ~ U~4—' To fullj appreciate this really beautifiil Song, get a complete copj, at any Music Shop. i ALL THE PAPERS "RAVE" ABOUT "HONEY MAN" I The New York "Globe" says: 1 Belle Baker takes a song like "Honey Man" which is a coon song, and deltvets it like s classic. This should sell one million copies on the strength of her delivery. Belle Baker is now playing at the "U'inter Garden" in New York. TTte Rounder, that clever Theatrical Journal out on, the Coast, sttf .$ '-f- " The biggest bet of the week, and for several weeks to come, is "Honey Man." We've had some pretty fair rags, but this one has got them all backed o£f the boards. The pazty that isvented rag-time, when he was contracting for his bigge^ and best air ^astles^ never dreamed that anything like this would ever happen. Those responsible ' •re JoeL McCartby and Al. PiantadosL Their number, "Summer Days," was the biggest hit in New Yoric during the summer, months, but say—it's the worst kind of an insult •fou can spring to try to compare "Summer Days" with "Honey Man." Fll tell you howi peat it is. It can be used for any kind of an act, from coon sbtmiing to grand oper^' V«a you beat it? Tht J^ew York Evening Journal says: Stepp, Mehlinger & King followed with "Honey Man." I suppose before long I wilL' ie arilea <mt of New York with "Honey Man" as I was with "AU Alone." Btttheiv IfKn. "fHoney Man" is so good to listen to. It's one of those songs that wiD taake m ff yoii enjoy good music-if yor; want the latest and hestr-get '^Honcji Man " at once-now-hefore you foi^et it—If yoxtr Mnsio " Shop doesn't have it—send 15c to . LEO. FEIST, .JrVaMa. NEW YORKL Sendfcr a Thematic BuUetin of Latest Popular Music.—It'a Vt^ —- —^ II. R. H. Princess Alexander of Teck, flrst cousin of King GcorKe V and a direct descendant of Queen Victoria. The Princess Is famed in England for her beauty and charm .and has made herself popular with the people through her many acts of charity. - , i Why We Shake Hands. A writer in the New York Sun has unearthed the following explanation of a common custom: How many of us, for instance, know why friends shake bands when they meet? The Chinese are said to shake their own hands in greeting, with an air of cordial delight. Why do people of the so-called civilized nations prefer to shake each other by the hand? We are told that it is an old Roman custom, spread, by the Romans throughout the countries of their dominion. Shaking hands means, "Yoti are my friend. Believe it for the excellent reason that if you were not I should draw my sword. And how could I draw my sword with my shield upon my left arm and my right hand flmly clasped la yours?" So w^en we shake hands we are merely saying in the pantomime of ancient Rome: "There is peace and good will between us, for our awords are in their scabr bards." Every seal a Uiillet In the Fight .Against Tuberculoses. So letter without; a seal—the Christ mas !ieat. i Foley Eldney Pills. —Tonic In action, nulck. In resuUa. Will cure -any case of kidney or bla^^ der disorder not beyond the reachot medicine. Xo need to say more.' J. D. Mundis & Co.

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