Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 6, 1908 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 6, 1908
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TBB lOlA DIILT BE6ISTEB. TrESDAY ETE?rt>e, OCTOBEBi 9. 1808. FINED $50. 5 FOUQHT OFFICEI^S WHILE IN PO­ LICE COURT ROOM. Todd Clubbed hlni—He Wai Fined on Three Charge* Today. Wiiukm Cbpprem, of I .aDyonvIll3, was fined *5«> iU polire co-.irt today by Police JuJi?© J. M.' Col'ilns, on the charge of Mog intoxicated, resisting aziloiliccr ad vn'ng loud, profane and Indecent lan^iat^c. As he was unable to! pay the .^'ic he was returned to jaij. Cheezem 'was arrested last evening about 5:30 o'clock on the charge of being intoxicated. At the time he was arrested he was in police court room filing a complaint In which he charge ed a man who was with 'him w^ttf stealing his whiskey. While In the court room he grew so abusive to the ptBcers that they were forced to take him to jaiL Cheezem resisted the qfficers and it became necesskr)' for Policeman William Todd to hit him several times with his fist and once with his club, j WAS NOT THE MAN Vtarpy Parker Not Identified a» the Ft Scott Diamond Thief. The Pt. Scott'Republican says: Mrs. S. F. Hayden, who was robbed some time ago of one thousand dollars worth of diamonds, arrived home last right from Wichita, where she had gone In an effort to identify F. D. Mingle, now being held there on charge of murder, as the man' who had committed the theft here. She failed to identify him as the man who com' mitted the robbery, but is still of the belief that he is one of the gang who have been committing numerous dia mond robberies in this part of the State, and who Is responsible for the loss of her valuables. Mingle Is charged with the murder of Mrs. Pearl Pearson at Oklahoma City. September! 16th. He is known to have had mstay diamonds during the past few months and is thought to have either Committed the thefts himself or to haVe secured the valiJ- ables from those who were guilty of thp crimes. His statement is that he ?ia<! p'Trchased 'tbem from different per sons, merely as a speculation, he '!;:iD -;ving and being a good judge of di] . .-imcBdE. hut the supposition of the oil ficerp Is that be is either the thief of ?!iat he has been conducting a fence Uron?:h which they have been han Al^c'. After his arrest a number of daraor .d rines which had been taken from the fingers of Mrs. Pearson after she was murdered, were found hidden In a d ctlonarj', where they had heen secret 3d by him. He said they also had befen secured from other parr ties. jr'' The local'^officers were led to the belief that he'was the man guilty tte Hayden- robbery, as it was knowTi that he operated In lola; only a short distance west of this city. Mrs. Ha}-den was^ notified and went to liWchlta in the hopes of securing some I of the stolen jewelry, but when Mingle was tarongbt before her she failed ;to identify him as tho man who had .|called at her home to secure a room iaai later comnUtted the robbery. She stated last night that Mingle was ; refined looking man and did not hare tbe. appearance of one who would com mlt a cHme such as be is charged with. Sho Is firmly convinced that he Is-one of a gang who have been op#i^ aUng in Kansas, and that he has full )cnowleds« of who robbed her of her xaluablcs. After she met Mingle at "Wldiita yesterday. morning, he was started for Oklahoma City in an automobile. M T «. Hayden did not know why that means of getting him from 'the state had t>een adopted, but she tboQ^t it was possible to avoid some- leg»I process to block his removal from the state to Oklahoma, where he is to be tried for the murder of Mrs. Pe«rson. LOST PIPE IS FOUND. Railway Sent Out Tracer and Got Re- wilts. C. B. Wendorff, 1 city clerk,;'this morning received notice that the car /pipe which was shipped In sever. weeks'ago for this city, and was somewhere enroute, had been fptind and that it would be sent on soon. Two cars of pipe were billed olut of Hmwood. Ind., several weeks ago, and one car received here September 17th. While enroute the otli- er car was sidetracked and until the way company sent out a tracer lost F. A. i. KeetiBf . . tonKWiri^lgbt.ta their bsIL Ladies' Rain Coats Rubberized Silk and Utility Coats, a great collection, a wide range of styles and colors and all low priced Ladies' Auto or Utility Coats in grey with red 1)1 n stripe, rubberized finish; special value at $5.00 Light tan rubberized linen Auto Coat, leather cuffs, collar and pockets, trimmed with . brass buttons, length of coat 54 Inches; price $S.50 Grey or brown Mohair rubberized: special value at -$10.00 Roval blue or brown beugallne rub berlzed^ silk; price 812.50 Black and white plaid, also and white rubberized Coats: !<pecial value at $9 50 niack stripe Taffr'a. red and black stripe, brown and black stripe taffeta: price $15.00 Ladies' Plaid Coats in grey and tan made of heavy wool cloaking, coats worth $5.00 to $10.50; special price $3.49 Children's Cdats Child's Storm Cape with hood attached, made of good quality rubberized siik, a new idea for children's rainy day wear; special price S!i2.95 A Special Sale of lofanto and l 'liU4- i^n's Coats. Children's Plaid and Plain colored Melton Coats, ane four years to twelve years, coats that are worth double the price a:>ked for them for school wear., not a one but what 1» worth $0.50; other values up to $5.00; choice of the lot $t>.49 Women's Tailored Suits »4.49 Women's Tailored Short Jacket Suits In tan-brown and blue, suits that have sold as high as $55.00, but they have short jackets; special price to clean them up S4.49 2 ;.in Length Jacket Salts }= Price. One lot of iadies" Tailored Suits in black, grey, tin and red, suits that are worth $20.00: to $35.00, all will be just one-half price. Suits will be .. Suits will be $20.00 $25.00 $30.00 Suits will be. $35.00 •V . .sio.oo .S13.50 S15.00 Suits will be ..(817.50 Ir {«n !ni sres.-. .e ITb*:.-.-set".. :r.:cu Read Ite Delineator 15c a Copy $L00 Per Year yKfies 'Suiteat $20 C OLLECTION of rich wearing apparel that cannot be duplicated any place under $22.50 to $25.00. Every one is| a beauty;jail are well' tailored, perfect fittingj suits; made of chevron worsteds, French I and cheviot series, diagonals and plain broadcloth, colors peacock, jendarmisi and navy blue, dark red, black, grey and a few fancy faqcy stripes; gored or plaited skirts, lon^ jackets, trimmed with buttons, velvet, (PQlj satin dnd silk braids, skirts open front and back, jackets satin lined, price iPZU ladies' Suits at $22.50 Kine Cheviiit and Broadcl'jth Suits In London .Smoke siriijc. Gengarmine blue, trimmed with vWvet and satin. '.Sfi-incli jackets. satin lluod, gured skirts: price Ladies'Suits at $25.00 Kaiicy Mroinlc-loth, Chevinl;;, St-rgcs. t>i;it:(iii:il aii'l t'li'-vriui WorHlvds; colois bine, bniwn, groy. grcpii. n-rl ;iiid ijla'-li: irini- nipil with vrlvcl. Haiiii :iii(i Itiiltons: gored skirls.' :;i to in-liicli jackets: price }Sti.'>.(M) KAHSAIS' SELL Kabo Corsets Xemo Corsets Tbonipson'sl Glove Fitting Corstis LaBlctorie Corsets Utz & Dunn's l .,adies Shoes. I Maloney's ChKdren'ii Shocy. ! Gupteli's Sliiniers. . Poney Stockings, i Topsy Stockings. Kay Stockings lx )rd & Taylor Stoc|kings Belding's Silks 1 Money Bak Silks Opera Satins |l Skinner's Satins :'l Wimpfljeinier Velvets iJButterick Patterns Ij Coal's Thread. jiMunsing Underwear jiMartin Plume Brand Underwear Infants' Stork Goods. Gloves Bissels Carpel Sweepers |Sa.xonian Horse Art Goods IjMilward 's Xeedles. ,[Sunlight Yarns {|SunIight and Century Uibbons .Tclvet Grip Supporters )Wc» Bros. Veilings. Ovcrgalters. Hyde Grade Leathcrblotmi Peiniercll I Sheets and Pillow Cases. Peerless Car|)et Warp 'standard Tabic Oil Cloth. Bipelow ItiiKs. Smith 's Rugs Alt Loom Tapestry !Mai.<^h Comfort.'. l.akeside Blankf-ls Puritan Art DrHpnie.'- Cohrn Curtains iMennens Talcntiis |('<jlpat»''s Tiyl.'l t \rMo;r;, Hatrltghi Cr"»u-^ RunakPerfurars Grave 's Tooth Ponder \molr Toilft 'ly-ds jKoop rioan l!rusli»v% Ladies' Suits from $27.50 to $60.00 Kaury Uiagoiial and Hroailclotli Suits in filiif, brown, grey, grcf-n and black: long Jacket.^, sonic with vest fronts, others without jackets, 36 to 10 inches long, satin lined; skirls are gored and circular cut: priced at '. Jl !'^7 .."l() TO $(i (MH> Misses' Suits at $10.00 Grceij and tan stripe, tan and brown stripe, grey and purple stripe :four-piece skirt, plain lailoi«'d, l>uttoii irimnied jackets, size 12. 11 and It;; price .; 8J0.01> Ladies' Suits at $15.00. Navy UlU" riicvioii \Vor:-l"d. blue lialrliiir r.tiilM- :.»-isr. n:tvy lilur rlicviiit. .>i;ititi liiicil J.lrjolK. lniHon trimnicd. ^^llrlI and plaited skirts: price $1.').<K> Ladies' Suits at $17.50 Brown stii|n> ci nlivf si'e"ii. .'"t iiulj jai-k<-t. mad'- of rich- chcvitit .price i S17.."»<> T .lUr .M POWI>LI(.S.i ('ii|i;ati-'.< T.tlciiJii rowdiT. violfi. c.ishniore I>i)i|uct or iinsvfiitrd: vri:-j :.. .1 15^ ; i ."^.-•l;:! Ui -iiiial •I'alcuiii f'owilcr. a daiiii;. i.ifiitiinl antl .-f 'l'n'' and medicinal skin |ic >wdoi'. price 'Z0(' • i .\ir Kli!al Talriiiii Powder, violet sonlfd. j>;ice 10<' Md'tilieu's B'jiatcd Talcuni Fonder, price J 5(i jKJUnd can ;;ood iiuality Talcum Powcii-r. price lOC (HILDKfcWS BE.\K SKIN fOAT.S. Children's Bear Skin Coiiis in red. brown and while, worth $L* ;.": on sale for ..{.. SI.95 Children's .Bear Skin Cuiil.- in r«-d. blue, brown and while: wt,rih $;i.r.O; on sale for . i{t!S.-l9 One lot orntliii ^.iliie.. iiijCbiblreii's Ceats up I'l JSS. <,•» AVAI.sis. ' i-'«iiry .\lps>aliiip Wai.-it.s iu maize and blue, rieblj friniiiu'd with l,ice and Insertion, priec i. $.5.(M> Tan. brown, iliiiie and black niessa- line Waist.-, in .ill sues, ii.-aily finished extra ipia ity; price.... .5j»4.(Ml New B;iliste Presses In pri,neess and sonii princess styles, creen./ Ian. blii>.> ami blaek. tucked and lace'irinimod: price Siiri..lO I.I $*i.5.<M) >oriu>.s. Buttorlck Fashions .. . I • Priom 2Bo, Coupon aiimohod K.'.ficy bo.^ assoricd hair jiiiis ."it ColKaie's dent.-il i>owder ami trial size easliniere iKiraled ^oap. P<T box complete '*()(' Woodbury's dental cream per tube *Z'i<^ Woodbury'o facial rrtaiii Listeriiie. small size Lisierine, large size .47<'' I.abloiiehc Kace Powder piuk and while, prire !."»<•• Ilairrolls.. l."ic. 25c. tlOc. XlC Crowns ami rtU(- I'n^inpador.'^. nii<- tti'li <<,jiili .iltaelipil, I'liee Mair F'nff;. made of nat 'ira: liair in blonde or briiuctle. i to s pnfr.--. priced at !J«I.(M» >" J^*i.ti5 We trilte Miip-i,-. to: all Kinds of liair goods. Hair nets ina<le of uaturui hair, price i ."if. t'ancy Itiek Comb-, plain i>i oriia- niented. one loi wi>iili up to ;;r.e: >pe- cial priee UK- l -'atK -x ISau-ef'> lii :li! oi <laik slieii. priee . Lie "' Kanr\ i -riianienietl Ba«k Conili.wiih wins jmiieni set in liriliiuni.-: speeial price "i^c I>r tlran'.-' lnotli l '"wi|er. >oii know the branil. I'.'.e boillc.N on .-ale tor I9r i*a»"krr > l.ii S.'-sp. I'lttinir.i So.ip Wooill'urys Soap. 'JL'e eak- oi l )i>\ ot three take- . (JoC Bniteiiek I'a'.tei n I'" ..iid l..r. none hiKber. GLOVK-S. t;n::l!ih Cope (ilovrs. the w«nrit creation in Kid Gloves, clasic or op»n wrl. >o. light weight dog skin or kid. price . •. : . $]..'>0 and »'i.OO Just received the new Ramsay hol­ lar Glove in all c«ilors and shade you may desire, and at a small price: all sizes;' price pair )B1.(N> •Kaney i;ili .\fd; and fiinge.i ends "J es Ions, priced at j. Ili^b Choker I^c- liou b-alidi-. priee jar Ijarfie Net Bo^a*-. edges, prire ...... Siofk -I'ollais wit lies, price Fancy Kn:-biiii; v.' wlors. price I. Side Combs priced <;ird'»>:-. knotieil inili.'.-; 'o ."Jti inrb- •.J.5C 'o Collar.- with rib•i« .~»0c eoU\r «>d OI u hito loc to 50f li four in han'l 'irte tliie. b aek 3l|i| r», ii, Xi, .V»r yard a' loe to ."iOc KAMI IKIIIX;. Kamy M'sli Veiimc ni l>i>i'. prey. j:r».'o. Idack. w hi... i.jn jn-l l.ronn. |.v inehes wid". piii^d H > -.'."•r, 3."»r, :>l}r anil .fwc yard. New Wash^ .Net.- J" to :>K inilie:. wide, plain and embroidered \iatrtaii aroiiMd. wirh rnl. blue anil Kieen patterns. Trice per yard ... ."W)?^ to Jfci.oO lOLA, . ITCHISOX 1>D PITTSBURG, K1XSA8. I"* -iti, 'I 'lliiiiiiil .ft'lMiii. iiiiiSwunitt 'inVhwiiiriifci/j «l THKIE, OKLAJIUXA A^D tAUTUAUE, XISSUURL SHOES! SHOES! New Kail Shoes like pietiiri-. in dull ealt skill, turn sole Sp.-inisb heel, wave !-.[.: price So.OO Other values in Woman's Shoes at ,S1..K> TO ^-)AH> Child's Soft ; Sole Slioes and black, sizes b to j. pair in brown price per 25t; • .Infant's 'i'nin Sole Shoes in tan or blaek, size.s 1 to ."i. price per pair (>i5^ Child's Tiirii Sole Shoes. Imtlon or luce, si/.es .'• to H. black <uily. priee per pair 90«^ Cliilds' Heavy Sole Shoes, patent tips, size.-, S',i to 11, an ideal shoe for schoid. per pair .'. $1.25 Mi .-scs' Heavy .Sobv Slio".-. in kid or calf skin, sizes II'j to 'J. |>rice per pair $l..'iO Voting Lidies' Shoes, tlnll top, osthopeilic t'je. heavy sole, size to 5; price .^tl.OO W«.men's iMiI! 'Foj. Slii »-s. heavy- sole, billion or lacr. sizes ;: to TV;; price per (lair #3.00 JtiWs" Heavy Sole Calf Skin Shoes special school shoes, all solid, wear Ruaj-nniecd; price SI..*)!) and #3.00 \\*«iuien'^ Uubliors in low or high instep. g<x>d ipiality: price .'SO^ VVonivn's (>vcrKailer> or Simts in black tell, seven button: price per pair* and ItOf Womeir.- S|«iis or Uvergaitcrs. seven Uii'lori. cMra <tuaiity. Kujillsh: .Melton clt.ih. colored' buttons to match, tan. spioke. browti black, red and Kroe:i ;i price _ .\ai>«>l<-"n SiNits in l"-bution. wave lop. blown or black, |>riee per tMM $1.00 hvit Hoii£.e Siipitvrs in brown and black; pric" t>er pair «1.IM». »1.50. S'i.Oii I.\H.>T.S' AMiLE BRACES l>r I'o.-ner's Ankle Brace Shoes for weak ankies, an ideal shoe for iiifaqts l«'arning to walk, adjustable ankle corset brace, siids to fi. price^.:!?! .35 Infants' Knit Bootees in white and colors, all 'Sizes. Price lOt^, 1.1c. '^'OC. 3 .je Parib saya Alligator f ;ag8; and If Paris says alligator bags, alligator bags are it: We have prepared for a demand iu real leather ha.i;s. Small claw coin purses at 49c. large bags, leallier lined with coin'purse to match at tS ,0O, ^tm, $$.00, i6.«0, |>UU, #1&50 and 915.00. fivtterick Patterns lOc and 15c None Hishtt*

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