Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 1, 1912 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, February 1, 1912
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*'"'^•^"^''^WEJ roaDAILY si) THTJB3DAY EteNferg EEBRUAKY t, 1912. ~' Unluippy Woman. . Sowing and reaping— GISd worti:of'man: To sow In the springtlmp, , And reap when he can! But sowing and ripping! Oh ^woman's distress! To change a spring Imrem Into a fall dress! —^ugusta Kortrectat in I.iiiplncott's Magaizine. Fred Apt has rpturnc-d from Pitts- i burg where he went to uticnd the marriage of Miss Afarjorle I^anyon , and Mr.'CO. Hill. Miss I.,an.von for- | merly lived In lola. Mr. HJIl was n. clkrtmaffcdrMi'. Apt at the Tnlverslty of.}unsa«l. The Wedding was preced- ' ed by several elaborate social affairs, ] inclttdfng a dinner for the bridal party and the ceremony occurred at the hou^e of the bride. * • Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Brown of Co^bny, Kas., announce the birth, Jan uary 26. of their son, Herbert Kasbeer. Miss Brown formerly was .Miss Fldy Kasbeer of this city. " * +- • —PB. 0. L. rOX. OcnllRt .> + Almost everyone of the women who \ attpna«sd, th» mooting of the' Mothers' cliib at Builders' ehapH yesterday af- ternbon contributed some intoresting siory about plonenr life in Ka;>sas. Many of the women havo lived in the j stale many years and have watched fola^'grow from a settlement rud" Bnrfsesto its present sizel Mrs. AVood , wh6 lives with her daughter. Mrs. j Pred Green, at' 832 .Vorth street, has been ip loia 4C years and her |ipr- sondl experiences were graphically i told^'to the club yesterday. i Mtk Enfield; a cousin of Afiss Es- thei'Clark, who wrote "The Call of Kansas," read the poem and Mrs. Cole reviewed" one of Margaret Hill McCal-ter's books. The latter part'of the afternoon T »as occiii^ed with sewing and quilting. ^+ * * —Dr. Wirt. OrtMpatfe. Tel 487, <8& * • * Miss Riley and .Miss Louelln Vnr- ner entertained several of tlipir friends, progressively last nighf. beginning, with a dinner at the Ridge cafe and closing with a social hour at Miss "Vamer's home, where musir and games were diversion. Befon going to Miss Varncr's home the party Vlslttd the Elite theatre. Thns* ^vho «inloyed the evening were: Mis? Pearl Riley Sflss Hazel Keith, Mlsr Emily Geppelt. Miss Garnetta Donnel! Mls'a Opal Keim, Miss Esther Dingman, Miss JJella Riley end Miss V.i- ner. * + Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rlphard»'»n MiBfees'Agnes Cannon, Norma Ressler Lizzie Ressler, Knie Smith, Agnon Cannon, Messrs. Archl<» Cannon, Hnr- ry\Haymaker, Foster Ooss atid Ovlt" Rtchaedaon will form a line puViy tr attend the play at the Grand tonlglit. * * + —Dr. MrVnten. PbAaea t* «Bi Stt. « • * • ' •• •; Miss Velma Sleeper will entVrtairt a company of girls Saturday night for her guest. Miss Vava Backus, of ifia- neapolls. The gtiestS will wear Jore- nile costumes. T^f' Home Missionary Society "of the First Methodist church assehi- bled at-the home of Mrs. H. C. Ford vAsterflay for their January mctlpg Mra. George ' Waggoner and other? h»d 'papers linder the general subject "Conservatign of Forces in Christian ) Work." Refreshments'' were served Ker the program. " ' + * * The young People's Branch of lh> Woman's Christian Temperance Vn- ion will have a meeting tonight in the Rest Boom. * * • —Dr. T'HeT IT. Han,' Oifeopatli Teleplidiie )20 and ML * -f * Mrs. T. A. Joyce is entertaining the N. T. T. Embroidery Club this afternoon. * • The Art Club met In the parlor of the Yottng Woih&tt's Christian Association yesterday afternoon and a i brief but interesting program was enjoyed. The roll call responses wer-'^ notes of current events of interest to artists. Mrs. A. L. Taylor read r proad paper on the work of James Montgomery Flagg, written by Miss Florine Whepler. There was also .•• magatfne article and general discussion or the Xdila iJga. —North IterMal'rtVlM W. E. ehnrch Febmary 5. Admission 50 cents. A Mrs. J. G. Mlttlehaeh Is giving a card party this afternoon for the Thursday Afternoon whist club. for use at your card parties or for prizes.. BURREtrS^ T&c Bexsir store West Side of ttie Sgoare Mme. DORUmiiA NORTH Will sing at the Methodist Church, Monday, Feb. 5th, under auspices of the Music Clu^. Dr. Geo. C. Bancroft Lecturer Tonight at the Presby- tenan Church, Subject — "Koodoos, or Riddles of the Mind." This is an interesting lecture o n psychic phenomena.' Admission 25 and 50 cts. SEE US ^and you'll see better. Eyes ' te^ited and fitted by up-to-date ' methods. Jll». Pae, W ««« M. ¥. * T. Wiiteii laapeetvn. | Mrs. C C. Ausherman and Mrs. F. Xi. Travis have issued invitations for a vard parly to be givpn Wodnesdiiy- vrnlrg, February 7, at ';he horap of Mrs. Aushermen, 304 north Jefferson The guests will play whist. « •:• • •:• —Hear Bancroft Tonight. + <' -> The K V. L. I. Club tthd nn afternoon pafty yesterday at the home of Wr.s. C. L. Washburn, one of its meni- bero. •I- •'• , Thp Woman's RoHt ^f Corps will havp a business moeiing and ritual work in G. A. R. hall tomorrow aftei-- noon. • • • The lnrg .?8t card narty of the winter was given at the home of Mrs. Hex Howlus yesterday afternoon, six- ry of her friends playing whist. The ton scores were m'ade by Mrs. H. Hendricks and Miss Bess Hyde, who were given prizes. An elegant lun- ?heon was a dellshtful feature of the occasion. ' « • •> Oocosionally there is a woman wifp -ueh a capacity for work that she can maintain a reputation as a model housekeeper and star church worker. —Atchison Globe. * 4. JK good rule to follow when determining thp proper position of sleeves •vh«-n ulaoins thorn In a blousp is to 'old the sleeve along the forward seam and crease it at the top of the 'old at >h'- opijoslte side. This CTPIS" -narks th'> point of the slcev*; that It •o he sewed to the shoulder seam. After this, measure one inch back of :he sTioiild 'T se;im and rrr;i>ip the Hlouse :i r ^'Of exactly opposite. On this croase the forwnrd scam of the sleeve is pinned. It is then nn easy mattpr to bttste in the tindpr part'of the sleeve and, gathering the upper part of thA sleeve baste that in even with the edge cf the armbole.—Gdod Housekeeping. ^ * * <• The Kpworth I.,eague of, the First Methodist church is planning for a supper and sodal evening- next week. Tbe Leamt^: bi&a been conducting a membership <x>ntest and th«> s""'*' will be a welcome to nev members ts Well as an entertainment which It was agreed the division members gettingjbe fewest new names should give. , Mills close out to us mijl akortm^nts. Pieces should only run certain yardage; all that is over, the mill sells as shprt lejigths. ALL 1912 Patterns. Price^lower than ever MILL REMNANTS A. F. C. Gingham, Lancaster and Red Seal Ginghani.s, 1,500 yards worth 15c; -I CkA on sale for IVC MILL RE^RINANTS Androscogginjr Mills Bleached Tubing-. '42 incl?, \Voi-th 20c, on sal^ for 14G 4o inch, worth 23c; on sale.. .I6c MILL REMNANTS Plain white Dimity, -checks, stripes and plaids, worth up to 15c per yard; on sale 7 ^ tf» for '2^ IvitLL REMNANTS ,3000 yds. Sheeting Prints. .SVic Manchester Percales, w^orth 15c; for /. Bear Mills Percales, special 9>V3C MILL REMNANTS Fine White Stripe and C^eck: ed Madras, worth up to | ^X.a 25c yard, on sale...... -i-^ 2 ^ * MILL REMNANTS One lot of Ladids' Rain Coats w6"rth up to $7.5'0; \ J -l OA your choice .... MILL REMNANTS ' Absolutely fast color Apron Ginghams, worth S'/.c; on sale, per yard : ^ MILL REMNANTS isM-is^ extra fine quality of Brown'^heeting, worth 7-i-l»' 121 /00, for, MILL REMNANTS Stephens* All Linen Brown Crash—first shipment of all lin­ en'Toweling Mil Remnants the New York Store ever received. They are worth 15c; ftXp on sale for (|3u MILL RE]«(NANTS. Ladies' and Misfies' Broadcloth Capes, pretty: c^tlors, values up to $12.50, only^ii limited number, in this sale, • j • ''^O AO each . dOitfO MILL REMNANTS. SAFETY PINS-- Cp two cards for — uu MILL REMNANTS Women's Hose, fast Cp' black; per pair Uu MILL REMNANTS Rex Bleached Muslin, C p on sale for. . .i^. ....... Uu Rose Bleached Muslin, excel-;, lent quality, worth 10c; Dip on sale for Q U. MILL REMNANTS Toweling, very special, ftCp MILL REMNANTS. Short Fleeced Kimonas, broken sizes, each .: Zvu MILL REMNANTS. • OUTINGS—short lengths at ;less than cost. MILL REMNANTS. Hooks and Eyes, Cp two papers for uu; AiA ^<Xl\l(i XLFl • . • «WW MILL REMNANTS. Short Fleeced Kimonas, broken sizes, each .: Zvu MILL REMNANTS. • OUTINGS—short lengths at ;less than cost. MILL REMNANTS. On all Embroideries left over from our big clearing sale, 20% DISCOUNT MILL REMNANTS. Women's Perc^jle. Wrapperis/ small sizes only, values 0 (jn up to $1.25; each.;...... auil MILL REMNANTS. Val. Laces, Edges and Insertions, dozen yards jjg MILL REMNANTS Infant's Hose, black only, in; sizes 4 and 41^; OR A three pair for". Zuli MILL REMNANTS Table Linen, mercerized cloth, values up to 45c a yard; Q C p on sale for ZJb MILL REMNANTS Lawn Waists, slightly soiled; values up to $1.50; TCM on sale for f uy MILL REMNANTS Embroideries, widths 2 to 5 inches, Edges, and Inser- QCp tions, six yards for Zvb JVUp^L REMNANTS Colored Sateen Petticoat^; values up to $1.98; TRl*'' on sale for fall; MILL REMNANTS Women's and Misses' mus- |Q|| lin Drawers, pair — 1 uli Women's Gowns, each ..39c MILL REMNANTS Persian Lawn, 3G inches fjp wide, per yard lJU MILL REMNANTS Dre23 Goods, short OCll Icng '-hE, per yard ..^ /u|| MILL REMNANTS Dress Goods from 1 to 5 yards at excepti{inally low prices. ^ J- • Just received our new line of "1912" SpiiiJg patterns FRENCH GINGHAMS, P inches wide, a yard . -. . :• New'•1912" patterns RED SEAL GINGHAMS, a yard 4 The Montezuma Club gave a danc- . ing p.nrty last night In Masonic HalK iThe attendance .list Is: Frank Arnold, ChrlH Riack. Iu>lgh Bowlos, Hersctacl Cox r.ecrg" Delgarno, IvC-wls brake, Den Dehaven, El vie Qllllott. Ben Hey- Imun, Joe Hcylmun, Harry Haymaker, Samuel Knox. John Lovoca. Ver- jnon Moore, Leonard Mundis, Murl Mungr.r. Ralph Maxson. John Pruett, |C. M. RUBS . Earnest Bearing, Clyde Thompson, Gus Weekly, Lloyd Young, I Ijigrande Cox, Joe Murphy MlaB-?a fTVfary .McCunc, Ruby Heller, Blanche VanBiisklrk. -Alpha Duncaq. Vica Eastwood. .Madgs Joyce, Elva Rus; sell. Mrs Chris Btnck. Anna Vezle, ; May Brighsini, Trean Lowdcrmllk, ' Inez Potts, I.#ttie Woodin, Kate 0:^/I er, Kate Smith, Velma Sleeper, Hazel \ Drake Xenhi Goea, Hazel Ooea, Hazel jZuschnldt, ot Fredonia, Dorothy Foust, Genevieve Taylor, Edith Howell, Vava Backus and Bertha Swigart. • •!• * —Hear Bancroft Tonight. 4 * + Mrs. Orvlllc Marah, 705 east Madison avenue, was hostess of the Entre Nona Club yesterday afternoon for a thimble party and tea, at which the loUowIng members were present: JMrs. W. E. Redfearn, Mrs. W. B. Cain jMra. James Bartletl, Mra. 0^y Hur, lock, Mrs. Joe Br.indt, Mrs. Seward iBIxby, Mrtf. George Mflrr.^ Mra, Tira I Canatsey, ' Mrs. Pred Flnnell, Mra. 'Harrj' Slfere, Mrs. Karl Weekly, Mrs 1 Ward Johnson and Mrs. Ellla Johnson * •> * —Hear Bancroft Tonight. . • • • —B. V. Aatrom, Palntlag and Pap- .CITED BflLIKGSBT »«. TAFT. ikttil -Lawyer Thna Won • Point lii Fedeml Court Controrersy. Attorney '7. 3. Oyler this morning rfcetved Ivord that thescase' of Mra. Roaa Cummlngs versus the lola Port- -Undl Cemei)t Company, a rait to collect |10,000 damaget; for the death of Ab. CommlBga, who worked at the Plant at the time be waa killed, has b^n^ temacdcd to the district court for trfal; The case was i-emoved to the ^eral court for trial on application 'df the company's TaWyer, Baxter p< McClaIn, "Who contended that'the ntjmp'of tfie foreman under whom Mr. Cnmtninga wfts emplayel was fraudn- I«atly lolned Inolrder to keep the ease out of the federal court' In support of^hU motion to remand the case to the district court, Mr. Oyler cited two opinions by Mr. Taft, then a Judge on the federal bench. Cherryvale Republican: F, J. Horton, of Tola, manager of the Portland Ilpellne Company was in Cherryvale 'Inst night on business with S. H. Hale. AJr. Horton Is going over the company's tines tor the purpose of getting right-of-way for a parallel line which will be laid as an auxiliary to the one now supplying gaa to Clierry- vale. todar on bastaeni' TO com 1 COLD XX on BIT ^TslM ZdoatfT* , Brano ' QnfBiM TattUU. Drflsiiat* xttad tmrnflr U iL uui» to uurtt. hi. Vv. urti>v«>» M^UM- ture is on each Itox. X5c. Maker of Photos that Please —Hear Bancroft Tonight

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