Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 2, 1908 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, October 2, 1908
Page 8
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THE lOlA PAILY RBfllSTEB, FBIBAY ETEilXfl. 0CT0BEB|2. j>08 National Because they re tke Nation's Ckoice Natiipn^l Because B|aking Perfection approved ty tke wkole Njation made The National Soda Cracker Sold only 'Noisture Vroof LIVED A DUAL LIFE yosterday niorninj; liy (iflicers Thomi)-'. I son. Hardy. WIIKIU. > rCandlcss and -N'lijht I'aiituin (iunsai ins. He was (Continued from jiage J.) It was 4:30 o'clock whf:n Ofllcer Tbompson made his apiiearance at. the house. Mrs. Mlnple be^ian Vo cry when Officers Hardy and .MtCandleSs asked to see Mingle. .Mr. Hoath i>»dcred the ofBcers away. Oflicer.s Thompson. Gunsaulus and Wright then fitepped in. Mingle came from a^ l«-drooni where he had been sleeping?. aH .d gave hlpisdlf up. I Al the poMce stjOiion the de.=<-.ription City and Oklahoina. and niai-.e frequent trips to the new siate. 3e has been a resident of Wichita for soveu years. Last May he married Mrs. Mamie Hoath, a Cornier dressmaJrer at Xoyes' dejiartmiim siore. The cere mony-was performed by Ht. Kev. Monsignor Tihen. FnliowiiiK the ceremony the conjile made a trip to California. Mingle was Tiyrestnd at X\ iic\w\ (if his father- i)f liiiul Wash- taken from the house in-law, Crispin Hoath, ington av&nne. Tuesday nit^-ht }?o\\^\. Ofllcir Joe Thomps">n received'v.-oi d from a broth er-in-Iaw on the Okla lici^ force iliat I'nrest man wanted. He said this city that he re0i IWl North "WashingK search rtveale'l the far no such nil! message morning developed the |1act thai it was 20111 Washirfgton avenitfl. Accordingly tive of th'e jmlice offlc- iinia City po- lingle was the hat he was in ived mail at n tiveniic. \ that there is lumber. A .second telephone at "::;it o'chjck yesterday ers were no'ified to go on Washing.-on avenue j of Harry I'aikcr. the t( the circular issued by City police department or carefully in tiie jires The descriiitioii tallied, ncss in the picture. )io tlie number nd lie-in wait, ame given on the Oklahoma was gone ov- noe of Mingle. ?ven to a like- ingle is light F OR the hen efit of the Farmers of Allen County, we will hold a scrir.s of Market Sales in lola; nt the Griffith Feed Yard, 224 Nortii Jefferson St At this .sale ve will sell Horses. Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Implements and Hoiise- l^old Gooils. r„ist property yon have to sell at once with M. GriUith. tlial It may be Advertise J on the K<-*"«-'i'»l ijjil which will l)c* printed scon. Farmers, brinj; Mi yonr sibc). as we will liaye j^ood buyers for horses and nililes at thifsale. ' i " I ' WANTI<:U—Stc ck and all kinds of properly t.^; .sell nt \lic Market vSale. Griffith &Vicyrs ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^2^^ ^^^^^^^^^ CONTAINS NO MERDUHY Medicines containing Mercury are often given to persons lufTering with Contagiious Blood Poison, and so powerful is the action of th ; drug that it frequently removes the symptoms in a short while, and shu s the disease up in tie systen to do greater damage to the delicate inter ;a| members. When, however, he treatment is left off. the disease always re urns, and the patient fipds that his health ha;^ been injured by this powerful mineral, and he is often left w th weak stomach, disturbed digestion, mere rial rheumatism, etc. The action of S. S. S. is entirely different. It contains no Mercury, nor an \ other harmful drug, but is made entirel • of healing, cleansing roots a id herbs. It cures Contagious Blood Poi.sonj by removing the virus from the blood. It searches out every particle < f the poison and does not leave the least trace -for future outbreaks. 1 S. S. S., in addition to curing the disease, builds up and strengthens eveit r ipart of the body. Its fine tonic effects tone up the stomach and digesfionj improve the ^ppdktte and regulate the entire system. Home treatment Ixx^c containing valuable information atx>ut the different stages of the disejjise and any B»^i«|al advice desired sent free to all who write.. TBEi 'SPECIFIC coniplexloned. presents a good appearance, has blue eye.s. and api>ears to be about twenty-six years old. While confined in a k)cke<i cell in the police station lust night. .Mingle was interviewed by a reporter for the ICugle. He was at first reluctant to say anything, referring the reporter to his attorneys, .\danis & Adams. After a wliile he became communicative. "They have the wrong man." said .Mingle. "i;was never arrested in my life, not ovcii on a drunkenness charge .\nd. furthermore. I was never In Oklahoma City. I have been in Enid and Guthrie, but never in Oklahoma City. "1 never heard of tlie murder of this woman until my wife read it in the IJagle to me. I did not pay any particular attention to it. "If r had been guilty i would have had all sorts of chances to escape. 1 was about town all last night. I saw the oflicers watching the house before I went to bed. I did not make any attempt to escape, because 1 am innocent. "1 will prove tomorrow that I wat not in Oklahoma City on the date o) the murder. I can account for ever> hour of my time. During my residence in this city I have made many friend: and have never been accused of anj wrong doing." When asked If the picture showi was his likeness, he replied that i. wasn't. "I have had my picture taken twice In seven years, both tin'ies in Wichita. Neither of these pictures is the one shown by the officers," he said .Although he was cool and collected when arrested .Mingle showed signs of nervousness last night. He complained of the cell, of his treatment by .the .«)fficers, and of the refusal to allow his wife to see hlin. He woinid up by asking for a cigarelle. "I don't geiierulty 'use these.',' he sjild, 'liut a fellow has got to have something to steady his nerves in » lime like this." .Mitigle was taken lo ilu> cillce of I'robtile Judge Kirk ye.sicnl.iy afler- liooii and the time set for u hearing on a lisibeas corpus proceeding. The writ of habeas corpus was sworn out yes- Jerday morning by .Mlugle's attorneys. .-Vdams & Adams, and the hearing set for i o'clock. As the county iitlorney was not prepared in the case, the hear ing was )ioKtpone«l until this afternoon at 1' o'clock. A .Uolire Found. Wichita, Kas., Oct. 2.—K. I). Mingle, who is under arrest hero charged with being the murderer of Mrs. Pearl Pear son, who was killed and r^ibbed in Oklahoma CItJ-,.September 16, was today identified as "Harry Parker" by J. n. Mann of lola, father of Mrs. Pearson. C. C. Luccock of Allen county, son-in-law of Mr. Mann, also identified Mingle as "Parker." Mr. Mann and .Mr. Luccock arrived here yesterday afternoon and went lmmedlate>}- to the city Jail. They at once remarked upon seeing the prisoner: "That's Parker." The prisoner looked the men in the face and denied boldly that be was Parker or that he had ever been in lola. "You have a scar on your right leg just below the knee." said .Mr. Mann. "Let's see your leg." A\1ien the officers rolled up his trous ers there was the scar, just as Mr. Mann had described it. While In Ida Mingle, or Parker, paid attention to Mra. Pearson's sister and it was there Ofatlie^ first met Mrs. Peai|son. In the murde- of .Mr.s. Pearson, the ot-; ficers believe they have found in .MSn-l gle a diamond thief who has: been wanted for some time. They say it NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY in Tackages iGRAFTERS ILL-LUCK was .Mingles lust for diamonds that:>''''«''> W«Te Uld to Uork at Of all Didn't Willi led him to kill Mr.s. Pearson. He took diamonds from her valued at about $290. The officers have learn ed from pawnbrokers in this city and other places in Kansas and Oklahoma, that Mingle frequently pawned diamonds, and they say he has handled several thousands dollars' worth in :he i)a&t few years. Mrs. C. C. Luccock receiveil word this afternoon from her husbaiid. who with her father, J. D. Mann, went to Wichita yesterday to identify Forrest .Mingle, alias Harry Parker, the alleg- .'d slayer of Pearl Mann Pearson at Oklahoma City a few weeks ago, to •.he effect that the diamond rings tak- .•n from the murdered womaii h«d 'leon found in the house, ft seemB that the accused man's wife discovered the rings in a dictiottary and i'''^ "^"i mmediately called the police and \ '^'•'ep il' urned them over. Mingle's wife and i amou Ail i>n County Fair But Which Bursted Like Babbie^i.** klad woros of tongue or pen The dladdesc are these—It Pliilosopher. of things which were planned to help make affair tlioriia the AKen County Fair a trim but which remained bottled up ih ill-luck for the conspirators. relatives, so Mrs. Luccock was inform-jf°'-"'at'' '"^ "n'O""'" ed, refuse to longer believe his pleai^'"* , of innocence. ' '"'^k. IUGGAX !Wt» Till- KAC'E. return ha|>pen then—^The Unno<j.sed the passing of time, examples are deieloping. In t lie care of the clerk of one of tola's :<rominent hotels, is a large and handsi ine. ;ine leather siiit case. It was iiTcr. int<» the keeping of the clerk vith the customary explanation, "just s lightly embarrassed at the present moment, old fellow and haven't rrency to pay my bill. You just i:is suit case as security for the due and in a few days I will familiar "pat" on the clerk's Ithe stranger was away. Weeks have sped by and still no .Sirks Fell on the I^.st Ijip Spoiling a j nood Kven Kuri^. \ lone n was n The race at The Auditorium last night between CJ-O. Duggaii and Ceo. from the slightly embarrassed sirangjer. The clerk eyed the suit suspiciously day after day and ornlng the ini|)ortant discovery [ade that ilie case was not locked jial several "dewsoiue" liH)king Sicks resulted In the former wjunin::' by an eighth of n lap. Pnill Ih* last ..^.ni.U;,,, ,he botto.u or the case. and t i do.Minjents were tangling ad libitum at le of one empty bottle, pint lap there was scarcely any dlff ^renie | between the two but on the last voiiiid Sicks fell and Diiggan got a goiMl lead. The two racers are very evenly liialcli- ed. ' Mr. Iteed of The Star rlnk atiCha- nute, is in the city Hiday and has iiiatle arrangements with Ouggan lo run three races there next week. Wit riMi ra You insist upon the finest in other food products; now get spices that you can depend upon—pure, full of strength and uiuurpas&ed in qualitj. The best spices ate those that are best iu the beginning; selected and ground and sealed w'lth great care— I 11 citrUisity which brooked no lit tlie clerk peerefl ill through the galling sides of the case. "l )<Mr Hubby." a letter began, '•[ am iu J»)| lin and are U»oklng fine. I am 10 meet a prominent mining man tonight and I am sure that 1 can con him oit of $11). I will make it $.'>i) if there is aii.v chance at ail. How is everyl liii.g' there'.' Will write where I w-ill meet you so<m.—Your true Little Wifey." Appireritly. the prominent Joplin niininr man did not fall for the con, r clerk of the lola hostelry has received a remittance and the is for that process to transpire ^wing dimmer as (be hours pass OANMON mUMO Every particle of their seasoning properties—their very life — j« retained in the air-tight package. Always uniforn;. Grocers—10c. There are two kituls ofspic TO.VE'Sand ^ for th never chanrcci are gr by. The work 'in the lola end of the assignment lor if the cori man got In any of his work during the Allen County fair, tie victims were extremely quiet about seems failed lola. husband evidently did punk it and the con man was very tame ith his coin, if he got any. , It that this pair of con workers Icompletely in their designs on .^nd the Shell Game, Too. Flo." •Say "UTi It. Joe?" place w^here "lola is the poorest festive suckers grow." "W*: . Joer* . "Psh|iw. FT6." i . "I SI ppoaeAoosht to! tunible when tlw gr lt '8 ._ao^(nr "I'm not a prophet nor a seer "You might have copped a right rich smear." •Say. Flo." "What. .loe?" "I^t's blow. " The verse of the newest "talking song" run. much iu this metre and it (is not. probably, a far-fetched iliustra tion of a melodious dialogue which took place between two strangers recently. Time, 9:30 p. m., last day of the Allen county fair. Place, another lola hotel. Scene, a room in;the hotel, a couple on the inside looking out at an irate ^andlady on the outside looking ia. ' • • "I want my |j6ard,'or-,I 'nV ,fcave you arrested." shrieked the Jandlady. "We want you to have ^ it but we haven'c got it. Hold these grips a few days and we will send you^the money to redeem them." And a truce was arranged! ,' Temperus fugit. ; ] No returns from the young man and the girl. An investigation of the grip. Then the whole mystery was "shelled out." When the neat lopkins lit- ' tie suit case had been delivered of Its contents, but a lady's skirt, a tie and two pairs—one of suspenders, the oth er of those'cute little nut shells—ans wered roll call. And to this time, this property has had to jierform the office of settling an account. Itut it showed something else that lola missed during the fair—the evergreen shell game. This neat pair of grafters had come into Kausas with the idea that this sinipte little gambling device would be permitted to run i >n a small license fee or that at least it could be done Surreptitiously and a clever little haul made. But It didn't work and the pair left "busted." 3Iottaent* Dbinond Hlng. .\ young man about town has an ele gant "looking" diamond ring. U was the gift of a sainted mother to the man who found himself suddenly "short" during the Allen County Fair, He encountered the young man about town and told the same weird story about haxlng to part with the ring, a present from his dead mother, and would not for the world. All he wanted and all he would do was to pawn the jewel for live dollars until he .could wire for funds and then he would be right back and redeem the ptedge. The young man about town hadn't the five dollars with him, but he would walk over to a friend's hoiise and get . It. Could the embarrassed stranger wait a minute? Certainly. There was nothing else ttiat be eoald do and make things look square. The young man about towii took the Jtewel to a jeweler. The "spark" pr^(|^.the rankt est kind of glass and i ^ksste and .he hastened back to tell the f mbirrsiwil man what he thought ot VaU^TBalt . the man wasnt ithere.! l^e a ^rBiSr where the young^.man ! had talt''il» teartal mgaA «aa deserted save -forV soUtftrr^bloeqnt wUftUps In vaia for

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