Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on September 30, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, September 30, 1907
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^ sr-: appetiziiiff aroknKfifoo good to lose ma Cofl ^ldietltefdeBtilf M i^^ffwi after it icUes* Ariosa CotfitntloB TotM Tcafariar for HMUJ UniMMBt OlilBMUet ^afsiu>me. Tim. dmpett fosd m>^-^^'^^mm<*xt±ii imoa. irerr r«k aw- SaWlttT ^^MOSEMENTS 8«TaitMNx^4T»tbt Spoke at Grand t» the "parting of the way?:" then, my fclenda, we have couifi ia the place where principle Is* involved and we can eo no further, and so far as 1 am concerned, I wouldi rather stand alone on a principle than to violate a principle and stand with the world; there is a principle involved in this qiiosMnn that is now belnR agitated, but the people have turned from thft principle and we can stand with you 'Sunday laws make the day the object of legislation rather than the dccHl. It takes no more power, to close jilBces of amusement on Sunday dose them p.vory day In the week, and I am in favor of closing them every day." SPELTER MARKET STRONGER, Elder..Charles Thompson, of Topeka. Seveafli jSij Adventlst, spoke yes- twday^^i^niQon in the Grand theatre ' oa Snai^iB'^amusaments, A fairiy good c^4^was. present considwinB „(, longer. the thigffffllnp weather. Many of j this connection, the "Speaker also tbose -viifo west did not know wbat.ggij. was: ln|^.ftore for them. The audi-' enee wiaijcomposed. largely of peoplo lil'flm^;pf tlis Sunday prdlnancA who .eTldaDtly..<^e Wlt^i the Idea of bear- {ttg -^fflj^fflnnt., they could endorw. Th«.|^dpi^.however, was sot in favor of.thj9 ordinance. A portion ct tb^ spf}ec^' whldi follows will show the ap^ol^Ja jKisltlon: "In^ .)^^g before you this afler- nooa-i^jjgypve .thla is the first time that,igha^ ^Vfr.^tood.upon a theatre pi^g|)ite -T ^I._.want to say that In ^ comtng ^> this platform that we are la no^a^Kfllted with theatre goers. .wftb satoofts^or other sports. As a peoplsfjIKB j5idf «Tor by voice, by pen. and hyffff iisiiif _and ail of our tntn- .Biirtlo^g^fl >,jwtf. ^~gwn the evtl of in- temp^a^qe^ and-there Is not a person in the world connected with tho 90,000 pe^le which we represent. that is eonneeted with the sale of in- toxlcaiing Ugnors; none of them i^e it, and none of them lend theJr in/ fluenc^ toward it "I (jjjr fm«i§r that In the proclamation of our temperance principles,, it does not only Uke In the Itqilor tdrinkiBg and the rum traffic. but OOP principle goes fnirther even to the: eating and drinking of that wbiidi -Is spread on our tables. And tor- thfefgyc^^ of. the people along *^?P?OTfift M°^' have, erect- ^^^bitfiSfa^TV, 66i sanitariums: we-hajgj^ §ft<jtseatment rooms, l.ono PotlUona to be presented to the council at Its meeting Thursday night of this week, urging that body TUBS the Sunday amusement ordinance, were voted upon favorably at all of the churches yesterday. As might be exi>ected thft church con gregations were , practically unanl mous in favor of the ordinance. The petition was not circulated through the congregations, as It would have taken a great deal of time, and .so thei audience was asked to give rising and standing vote. The petition was drafted by the W. C. T. U. In their last meeting Friday. Rev Mason, at the Methodist church luade a few introductory remarks before presenting the matter to a vote, giving six diff^nt reasons why he was in favor of ft"and amung the reasons were that Sunday an^usements T^ere in violation of God's laws; that they were in \'IolatIon of the spirit of civil laws, and that thoy tended to immor allty. KANSAS SOLDIERS' BACK PAT To SetUe With RelaUres of Men Who Served In Spanlnh-Amerloan War. than It does to close them every day In the week. Tho same power' Stales. The time varied that will close thsra on Sunday will I daj'<o more than a w-eek. paid those men for this time once. Topeka .Sei»t. .10.—.1. W'. P. Hughes adjutant general, announced today that within a short time he would ber gin sending out circular letters to the relatives of the men In the four Kansas regiments that served In the Span Ish-American war in a final effort to make thf\ paym.?nt.s of the extra p,iy to thy soldiers, Tho government paid the state more than $22,000 a year ago* as extra pay for the Kansas men onlistcd during the war. This money was for time the mca wcro in tho service of the state from tho time of thotr enlist' meat to the time they were actually sworn in as soldiers of the Utolted from one Tho Btato Joplln >'ews >npra1d Says It Will Soon Be Bark to Old Flgnres. (.Toplin Xews Herald.) The spelter <narket is getting stronger, and in a vary short time it is expected to get back to the old figures. Men who have paid attention to the market and who know something of the smelterman's manipulations claim that the present slump of the pr.ce of zinc ore was due to the fact that smeitermen manipuiatcid the market ip order that they might be in a position to buy Mexico ore at a lower flg- ara. Here is that way one operator flguri=^ it but. During the winter months it is almost impossiblo to get the* Mexico ore to the trains, and in order to have a good supply ill tha- bins before tho bad weather sets in the smeitermen Iiegln early in the fall to purchaso Mexico ore. The Market for Mexico ore in fixed I-y the spelter market of St. Louis. Mo3t of ths spelter is contracted for .•;lx months in advance, so That if thr, market Is off a few points U matters '•?!^**»»jW*;^?i|'W.000 wrapped-up In not to the snielterman. When the - - .- - stnelter.s are ready to buy Mexico ore, a few tons of spelter Is shoved upon the. St. LAUis market and offered at a few cents below the price paid tho day previous. This spelter is readily picked up, and the n?xt day another lot Is offered at a much lower pr ce, The buyers get scared and refuse to buy. The market continues iow un til the Mexico ore is purchased and then the smelters raise the price a»d the consumers pay it. At this time It Is said the bins of thoi Kansas sinelters are filled to ov erflowing with .Mexieo ore. proper^yia^ri^ sol^ purpose of r. l^iiaglJlft jeering.and teaching the , tempe||jU^J£^npip}es.. All the modem he^U^ ^jidi breakfast foods arc the ont^np|«^ pf.ti^a principle that bis ^^ek-tua^t by this people, and wo ar^..,^rnidy- to stand shoulder to sbooid^rF'tb our brothern of other chordies, the "W^.C T. U. and other CbrIstli^,.bodtes that are engaged in the ra^rat^ion ot vice, and the closing of M^fHWV. and theatres, and thr. prohibttl^ oic .the rum traffic. I do not want t^j>e..iaisiuidentood. and repeat that wlt^ j^'dknrcliw, W. C. T. ud o^tfis j ^hrtrtlaa' bodies In the fj|^ ^g|fa^'^ee. tjie dosing up of tha saljMnu,. the pi^bibitlon of the UqtiorJj^WCBciijthe closing of theatres and.eir«7, pl4oa of vice, we as a people,: atand shotplder'to shoulder and */6eart ^ heart In that great conflict, but mr -Wead8 ,.when.the time comes that -Qiegr aad.tbe people make a day ^the tsBn<» jns^ad.iot the crime; when they make the fight on any day of the veeOc and turn away from the crime «||«riU «lid-l0W.8l^t of the !«°i '°^p, but the government has allowed the state monry enough to reimburse U, but tho state decided to give tho money to the soldiers. In the four regiments there were about 2.400 men. Of thcso, 2,322 have bse npa'd and there is now $6,500 of the fund remaining. Mr. Hughes has paid out all of this money to the men that he ^as able to locate and now he will Send notices to the relatives as shown in the enlistment blanks and ask them to notify tha ex-soldlcrs or make proof of his death so the money may be paid to the administrator. Dr.J.F.Jamesog, quiUei Teteria* arlan, Doiglss Bros. Barn, Pkoae IS. JTDGE DALE OITES HIS REASONS. A Dlslnellnatlon to Leave His Home Inflnenred Ihe Wichita Man. Issue* For best and qnlekest rcsnlta ase tb» B^gister Want Colnma. CmCCS DREW WELL YESTERDAY. People Enjoyed Seoinf; Bltr Tent Set The circus will not do a bad business today if it draws as big a crowd as it did yesterday. The big show came in yesterday morning over the Santa Fe and throngs of people went down to see them unload. Possibly a larger crowd went out to the show grounds in the afternoon to see them set up.the mammoth tent and feed the It was said that two thons- tk«B we<liaT«-<»me day." e visited the tent site yester- . Stock of Geo. K. Reeder will be solff'at pmdic aoctibn to the highest bidder for cash, with theiinslfcaervddAii^ of the Court This stock Is good, 'Clgani aa< Tobaeee S0.00 tfitfataMiklMsiuii stock food 8«jD8 Staple aad tmntj groceries .... .80.9* i"'i.r rare at «5.7» " i...^......i5.n _ ....a$M7 Ba«^Sk««s 84LM it.or ftxrJnjdraattbn call on m Topeka, Sept. .10.—The letter of Judge D. M. Dale of Wichita, declin ing the appointment sm a memlier of the state tax comnil.'ssion. w.n.s njade public today by Governor lloch. Financial and personal reasons are siv en by .ludga Dale for declining the position. Ho R.Tys that the law would require all of his time and his remov- D) to Topeka. In hi*; letter he soys :n pari: Such acceptance would necessitate luy forsaking forever a very profitablo l.iw business and compel my removal from a city I have lived in for twenty- seven years, thus leaving a people with whom I have formed strong bus iness and social/relations and In a great measure a^aHflce homo inter- et:ts and cofcjortt not easily acqtHrcd ID another community. Governor Iio«?fi^!(»«l>^oday that he liad made up h'n^pind whom ho would appoint to the vacancy but he was not yet ready to give out tho name of Ihe man. AFFINITY WAYE SPREADING. Mm and Women In Yarlons Sections Following Earle's Pace. New York. Sept. :{0—N. August Ifoy- stadt, wealthy real estate dealer, Yonk ers. is the latest victim of the "aftlnity' wave started by F. Finney Earle, artist. Monroe, N. Y. Mrs. Hoysradt has found her affinity in the youthful person of Charles R. Heafy and the two have left Yonkers together. Hoysradt, after vainly trying to persuade Mrs. Hoysradt to return to her home and family, baa agreed to obtain a divorce in order that she may wed the youth who enthralled her. Affinity Arrested. The "affinity wave" also has enveloped New York. Mrs. EiUabeth Hirsch a beautiful Georgia woman, and the wife of a rich railroad contractor, has started trouble for Miss Ruby Yeargain, whom she found In a luxurious apartment in the fashionable Warwick Arms. Over in Patterson, N. J.. Mrs. Mary Mitchell, -wife of a turf speculator, tried a new method of settling the "soul mate" question by horsewhipping Mrs. Annie Rooney, a plump blonde, whom she suspected of having "affini^*' designs on her husband. MissnMarion Grey, 26, pretty and Intellectual, is accused by federal authorities of conducting an illegal "affinity club" at Elgin, 111., where she charged %a for locating soul mates. Citizens Of Kremling, Colo., take little stock in the belief that aflipltles should have full sway. They formed aj band of white caps and dragged the Rev. H. Harsha, redred Methodist min \^Wa with a wife and family, from the rooms of hie "afflnltr." Mifls Ruth Schumacker and horsewhipped htm until he begged on bended knees for mercy. The girl la under arrest m. finairar Keosha Falls Wife! Gli OfScert to fteufe Doeamwt;,! The police received a telephone call Friday evening from Neosho FalU asking them to be on the watch for Mrs. John Boots, who was alleged to have run off from that place to lola witb another man. The police In Teatlgntcd, and found the woman at a hotel hei-e. but no paramour. The officers w?re deliberating upoh the matter when Mrs. BooU came out and said she under.'itooif tncy were looking for her. The proceeded to tell the otflcers that if they would phone to a Justica of the peace at Neosho Falls they would learn that the separation between herself and husband was mutual and that he could tell them- of a written agreement to that effect. The Justice was called up and he read the officers a document showing that the couple had agreed to separate In peace and that a divorce on her part was not to bo resisted. The woman was th* released. She is said to have, returned to Neosho Falls last night. HALF-DAT SCHOOLS ILLEGAL. KansAH Pnplls May Insist Tpon a Fnll Six Hoiir.<i. TopfJ<a, Sept. 30.—In an opinion issued by E. T. Fairchild, state superintendent of schools, today, school boards which have only half day school sessions in some of the smaller grades are liable to punishment under severe penalty. Tho Kansas law proyides that a school day shall be six hours long and that a month shall consist of twenty days. School child ren who are not given full time may start proceedings to compel tho board to provide a full school day. fn many Inntancaa the parents do not object to sending their younger children only In the morning or afternoon', but when tho parents do object the board must provide tho school room and teachers. In many districts schools are> crowded, and the board has set the morning sessions for certain pupils and afternoon sessions for others. Unless tlie children arc in .school the full six hour.'i provided by law the parents are liabl? to prosecution under the truancy act. The superintendent, in his opinion, also rules against the practice of dismissing the schools at 11:30 In the morning, and half an hour earlier in the anx>rnoon. as thl.". does not. rnniply with the law. VIEWS OF .SWITZERLAND. fhursduy Krening at V. .M. V. A. Will Re Unusually Interesting. We are Exclusive Agents for the celebrated "Printzess" Coats and Suits in this section of Kansas. Fall and Winter's Latest Now shown in onr Oloak and Suit Beparment on Second Floor. Elevator at your service. Th.-> ednealional lalk :if lh>. V. M. C. A. for next ThurHil:>y evening will he on "Switxerlaii I." Kifiv .scenes from il'.is country will li(> .shown. .\ paper will lie read on the counti-y e.icplainlns the different sronc.^ and the maun:!'- and customs of the people. Secretary Starkej- has not yet selected ihe person to re.nd th? expl.nnntion. SMKIHSH (Lrn CHALLENGES. NEW SYSTEM OF WEIGHING MAIL. (lion dollars a year in railway mail Yacht Club Would Race .Series for E^P^"-** <» Sayo^Governn.ent Millions • The Meyer modification makes Sun-. 01 Jiouar.s. American I'np. Stockholm, Sept. 30.—A Swedish .v.ncht club has forwarded .i challenge to the New York Yachr <rliih for a s lue .\ie>er iiiLHiiticuiiuii luuKes ouu-_ K ; day a workln.s? day. in all cases where , -| ithe mails are carried and weighed ouif]^ I that d.ny. ' -' s ]| Berlin Kieyrle Race Dlsastrons. ^ ji f J AVashington. Sept. 30.—After a cnn ference vith rreslrtcnt Uooseveli'to­ day. Postmaster General Meyer announced that the attorney general had I , Bci;lin. Sept. .30.—Oi?e man completed an opinion which would he killed'and three, including Bbbby WTtt-j ^ series of races for the American ciii). promulgated today sustijining the .Xiey Amerlc-in rider,i werk serir^: icr modification of the Cortelyou mail . . , , Register Want Ads., Ic a Word. •v.-eifxhing order, which, it is staled, '"-'"'^'^ I will save the government .seveial mil- l^i'il'iy in a series of iaccldents ye«|^l || a bicycle track. ; |\i For be:;t and Quickest Resnlls nscj the Beglstcr Want Colnms. WILL HAVE BASKET B.VLL TEAM. Director Blhw Encouraged hy Y. rf. C. A. Enthusiasm. Physical Dirrctor Hl'ss of the Y. M. C. A. i.'i gieadj- encouniged with the prospects for a good Y. .M. C. .\. basket hall team for the coming winter. At each meeting there been from fifteen to twenty young m«i who are candidates for positions on the team, on hand ready to do their .sharer Mr. Bliss nays that the maler- ii.1 for organizing a good team is the best. It is not Hkely tliat a regular matched game will br, played until the list of November. lOLA STATE BANK OMPtTALMi3 ,gOa tOUk, KMMBAS, A. W. Beck, L. E. Horville, Robinson, H. L. Henderaon, Campbell, Geo. B. NicbflSaoa,! Fnnk Kiddle. L W A T E I >l Tonag men and women for positions of trnst, where Intelligent aerrlce wlU be appreciated and paid for— i:.vpcrlcnced men and women for positions requiring ability and tact- People of all ages, of all taIon(s| dirers abilities, for suitable lines •f employment-^ i r Used things—svch as pianos, organs, every sort of mnsieal Instm* meat, writing machines, cash registers, store and ofiiee fixtures, talk* lag machines, books, engraflags, post cards, stamp collections, mgs, carpets, fomltnre of erery kind— Horses and carriages, tracks, bnslness wagons, bicycles, gnas, cameras, fishing tackle^ antomoblles— Real £stat»—lots, plots, acres, leaseholds, equities, houses, flats, apartments, stores—^ lastraetloBs la palntlag, singing, the violin and piano, short band, acconatlog, corresponding,, languages, dancing. Fhices to Vve— honses, apartments, famished rooms, boardlag places where life Is iaterestiag- Tliese are Hone of the thonstads of people and things that are "waated" la tUs city Jast BOWf.aad if yoa ea& fill any af these waats Yoti Should Inquire of the Public Throiigii A Daily Register Want Ad. J r -4 -:M

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