Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 5, 1907 · Page 1
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4- vol. IX. >o. 410. Whole >o. «280. EIGHT PAGES. lOLA. KANSAS. OrXOBER 190 -r -SATrnDA\ EVE.M>«. EIGHT PAGES. PBICE Tiro WHAT'S UP, ANYWAY MINlSTF.riS TO IiniNO UP SrXBAY fl.flSINT; OllDIXANrE. IS IT THE C0UN1Y ATTORNEY rorxriL THINK THI: MATTER IS A (LO!si:i» i>rinr\T. fharch Workers \rt^ Detirnilned to PiT-iPTPrp III IIK * >i<iVf nirnl. SCHLITZ BREWERY NEXT. Experleij to Pay Fine and I .paTC Staff of Kniisas Snnii. T)io Tola nilni.-t'^rs si-ciii to liavo S(>niPtliine.""U|i lin-ir s !ofVis" v.-iicii-hy Ihi-y hop,' III i. i.-sa'^c ol' lh>.' Siinrkii miiii •M '.fiii or<liii:iiico. IhP orriluaiif"^ lii^iKiscd ol' ai ill*' Iii»>*>tiii8 oi' 111'"' <niiii «^l I'riil.-iy iiisli'. wlinn ii was l:iM mi il.<' i:il)li> liy ;i VOI»» ol :! lo I. triiiii \vli;il Ihf ohampiiTtis of IIK' OI'I'IIIMIHI- ail .•'ffort will III- ipiaiji' in i;ii .i' up ili-' malliT uK:iln. \W\. .1. \l. .M :iMin nl 111'' M. IC. rjiiirrli, h.-iii! I.i.ia> In [••li-ii >nri> Ui ihf urilliiuiiri' IIMI ili.' nmv- rl.•^p |'I•^; wmili! Iiavf -.oiui iliiii'.' in wriii- fonot'rnin;^. ''ii' Siii;il.iv ilofiii;: iinliti :inco wllliUl till' 11. 'XI iv.ii wi'i 'Us. Iiiil 111 n'fiisi'ij to say vvliai In- liail lii iiiiini. H<> f.ali|. Iiottcvfi. iliai tin- nilii- IfiloTK hail till' si!)>|Kiii iif ilii- I 'lmr.-' licniili' 111 ilii> ;ri'u<iiiri!t. '•\Mill<^ 1 am ill iiiu-ii lii ' fii'.Jii lor Ihf olosliv; ol' il .i' S;iailay ilicairi-s in lola. win iii '\i'r I 'isis.'." loiiiiinu^il Ki'v. .V'jisnn. "I iiiii |>ii -iilv.-' ituii I am ri:;!!! wiioi) I say lhai IIM - aiiiliiiii'' nf i>\ 'ly miiiistor anil Cliii-ti.iii V.OIKIM - in inun JN (he saliii'' as in -ni' U'f w.-r.-, oi course. lUsappointi'.j • last Thiir.-iiiay ni!?ht. wliPn Un" nrfiinanoi' wa? iali!"iJ hut oar fJifiappoiiiinv.'Mi lia? not ili's- li.'artonoi! us liiit tlio L ^aisfrrs of ilio uv.-ii :.ri' I'irnior llian ovi'r in ihi' li«' liof ihnt the Sunilay thfaiii' should bn doni> away with and wi' an'' nior<. (!<'(frminiM] lo si^.'' ilat i( is iioi!<> away with. "> "f- "Of ooi:rs-c it is no- a iioi ^onal mat tor with t.h.'> minisriTs and ;hi'y hav" no jiorsonal foolinu: acainsf ihi' nion who arf running ilii» Sunday ilif>air.'>s .Mill show'-._ hut for thf K^'od of iho oomniiiniiy ~w<> thlnU that tho Snn- riav ainiis.-'ra''nt5 slioulil mil In' allow- o.i- Uf>v. >fason. also dirlarod t >:al U woulil not ho a hard matt -r to r-:<'t. ili-' oniinani?": up hofoiv flio rfinpi-il again hill did not pay wln'n or Iviv, iliis was to !ip a from pli shod, h ilii' lii'liof of .sf.mo ilint tho m^i'M.:- i.-iiond to work tlirouch tho :--ii !tv aitornoy's oflico uiiiior ill • >;,i law <vTvorin; Sunday ajuusomo-.-. As it takes a luoih nls vnio liitako tho ordlnanoo from tho lalilo tho op- ^Toiioiit.^ of tho ordinartoo aro at n loss to soo how tlio niinist.T.-^ may ar- cnmpli.-Jh ilii'ir mirposo uuhs., sovor mombo 'rr. of ih-' riiuiioil ohanuo t:!ioir mirnls, or t ^o oounfy ntiornov tnkoii up *tho matto". So f ;ir as tho oMy is conc.^rnod it looks vrry much 'liko tho Stiindny amusonioni oriiinanro a closed incidoiif. ' It alrio appears Tiow that ^o far as tlio city is ciiicorn- Oil tho hass voice whii h IMiron pUiy- oit in tho i;ratihaphono mav niiiliiiu-^ to rondiT "Rufus llastiis Tlrinvu" and ".\ly nixi',-' n;rl" without rosu.-iint and that .lolinnio may. if ho cliof..-.!'.»:. talco Su.'^Io to 'ioo tUo; movlnc piciuros oii piinday ovi 'iiintr instead of i^ninK tr. cliiirch. or ioni;tihl;ii: .'i' .^u; .'I 's lioino and helping to eni .Miaiii Su^io': p.ipn and ninninia. Th • r>"?ii''>ii "f soiiio "f iho mom- lier.'; nf ijio council wlin aro auain.^t tho Sunday ainii .^i 'mein ordinance IF that It ir lo the h.-st interest . morally of iho r.iioniuiiit>- to have ih<-.niovins. picture .shows and f.iiniiar :''aniii<;e- nients n.s youns peojii' miirht visit place-; and enpajre in pnrsul!^ ^%hich are luore Iiannful. Oihor iiieniher.- of llio coiincil thiiil; lie' malti-r slioii!.' be tak'-n up tiv llio ITIUIHV .'jllornev if at alt. The propn.''torf: of ihe ilioa-res and moving nift'ifo shows in lola think their places afford nothing htu clean amuKomcnt and ran see no reason why an ord'nance shouM ho passe.l prohibiting them from riinriing on Sunday. At least one proprietor has said that if it could ho nrov.'>n to him that, a m.-ijoriu- of »ho. j.eople were in favor of tho ordinnnco he would make no .-ffir! to re.-i-t ir. Topehn. On. ."..—The Schliiz Hrevv ing company u.111 prohahlj surrender shortly to the ar-tion of ouster against It by the attorney gfiipial by (he payment of $6,000 ai fees in Ihe receivers or 12,000 each. This Is the only largi company that has not yei KIVPII II|. the tight. This .•ifiernooii .Mlornej General .lackson ninl the locctvi-r.'^ bad a long conference over the matter and the way seems paved now to a settling of Ihe case. The receivers al .'O talked ovi -r will, (he attorney general a plan nf rln 'ct, ing up the esteni to whloli an of ili. order.'? of the court have beoii ohi yed The matter stlU to be flni.-^hod up I.- iho linal disposition by s.-ile of ihi propiTiy of the various breworles a- thoy were ordered to do by rlu- courts declsinn. ••\\i' will give them rea.snnabli time to comply with the order in this respeii.'" said Ueceiver Oarver, "an< tti''M, iiC course, if tho property ia no- sold and renioved we shall make sonu further nrdiT. I can say that we arf niiM -iiiiir wlib no troulde. Of course l)i?er ..still being sold in Kansas, bin y lioiiig sold by orders from across Iho Male lino. Tbi-re is no vioUttiot of ill'- siipieuie i -niirfs order that ha: vol I'Oine li» our atioiilion. We dis- ru-- id the siliiaiidli ovoi- i|uiiiillghl\ with ;lii' aiioruey (;eiieral and lor tin pt .'.i-!ii i )if|o sh.-iil 111' no .-ii 'iinii o' iii.v kind tal.i'ii. " .Miniiji'V Ci'iii -i 'al .l.ick'^ou :-.'iiil thai hi' ordi'i- of ihi' I 'iMiri i-- noi lieliu op ).o -<d a :u where, so far iXA he ha: IM-I-II aide wi find out. and is s :ills(led wlih 'he siiiuilioii as far a.^ lh<' oiisiei pini I '"liii!;.-. aor eniicerned. I 'UthKirs t OMr\NY M\Y (OMF Robii>' Hand Would llrlnic \iiiii <e- iiieiil (iMiiiiaii) Here. CAN NOT WORK GRAFT 'I ill- (p|.-i'iii iiidieaiions aii' ilial ih. Park' •" .\iiiiiseini'lii company will givi 111 I'Nhibiiioii ill tola in iho voiy neai filiiiro iiiidi-r ilii' aiispiii'S of tlu Itoli. II--' liand. The r .i !n |);i !iv is very .inxious li i-niii>' Iii'io and if ilie hand can niakf arraii'ii'nienls wiib llic ciiy for ihi ise of ihe slnet.s and eli 'Ci i iciiy. tlu comp.itiy will fomo here. .\lr. Andor son. iiri'sidi'iii of ilie band oi'i;aiiiza lion, is OUT iliis aflernonn working ii| 111' .irraimi'inonis. riVM.S tONTKST \ vitirowivc. ('hain|iion>.hi|t in SinelC'^ \oiv lie (Mi 'en Few .Vi'n. HASKELL IN GUTHRIE (JOVr.RNOK.El.Kt T IS .STIDYING tONDITION OF AFFAIRS. PREDICTS COMMERCIAL PR06RESS NEW RAILROADS SHOll.n III II.T- niOlUt TS .M AN V. \\V. RudlejilUiu Is to liare No Plni'e. Ur. liii.kell .Says. Ill Ihe First Sliile Admlnistnilion. 1 i- contest for ilie cliampinii.ship j lU :.'.iiii.> singles now lies lioiweenl rpinn. I 'l -'i and eiihi-r rirr-w -.'i 'r n; Sto,.-,-. Thl^ iiinrniiiu Uoboris ili'ifaied Ilnd z<-r- i'<-- \ and •!—I . rpion IIH'H do feaii'ii iiiiliofis il—:!. '.'—r> and 0—ft Yesiofday Poii defeated Ross f.— i and .^. Thi-: afternoon Hrew.sier and Stove iro ni.iying on the Penn.iylvania cnuri I.A IIARPi: WON fJAMF. Hiuli School fonlesl Was Not Yor FNcilinsr Y'e>lerditj. W '<.it piomisorl to bo a eood bnl' canio bill what proved to bo a farce was b 'Id ye.slerdav at I^aJIarpo whei t'l- lo'a and l.alFarpe liiuh school nie . Tlie ganie resulted ill a sjann' viiiMiy for the I„TlIarpo high school Sonii' of the Tola teachers went on' to son th'e (.'am.' hut loft ih.' diamon'' "lef. ri' the iiamo was OM'r. A^III.'KVN MOR.M0NS ARRKSTFll Savim OiVieiiiN Obiect to Adopllon of Creed by Sii\<i «>i. Jap Restaurant Keeper Will Be Paid for Raniae*'*. Only San Francisco. On. —Judge Se- wcil has decided that the.lapanese re-: tanrant keeper whose id.ice .in I'nl- som street was d;.niai;ed b.i: a tnob some moni:i3 .igo cannot receiver from the city and county of San Francisco damages for anything but the actual lo .tses Incurred He sued for damages for the lo'ss of good will and profits in addition to a coinpensaiion for the wrecking of tho property. nUBY' JENKINS, one of the little girls at the Orphans' homo was taken to tho hospital this morning. She Is serioui<Iy ill with an attack of tr jjhoid faver. CLAUDB TROWBRIDGE goes this week to Humboldt to act as cc^k In one of the restanmits tberp. will work Bboat'a traeic at that plape. FOR B^Snvi^ fumltlietf J?ooms, ...7tasMt^lfadlitf7.-' n <-d( •'. Sax'iiiv. .'..--Threi Xnii 1 icnii .\Ioiluons havo bien expelled ••roiii Ci-iiiiauy as a ri'suli of preaching di '.-piii- nn.ll warnings prnbibitin; ilieni from spreadinir their iirnppo- •-'aiiii.i ill loiniii ling rivi-r haiitism ind MiakiufT cou\t-rts . Tiny u .ro iiii di-r guard to the frontier. HI. \FTFK SPKEFII, President of Ohio Yulley""A«isnrIalioi in .Scriou". Condition. M'lnphis. f.-nn.. Oc;. '""e.^ideni John I. Vance, of the Oliio Valley [ni nro\eineni association collaiised im niediaielv after iio:ivering a.'i addres- befon- the waterways con \i 'niio;i hen •-his iii:iniin!i. Hi.-* condiiioii is ser ion -. T\Vt >.ri :NT FARE IN. All Kansas Railroads Change Raft Today. Topoka. Kas.. Oct. .'.—The two-cent na.sseniior rate went into effect toda.\ on all roads in Kansjis. The railroad^ gonerally did not charge throe centf tier :ni !o to 'ia=.son,sers who had not uircliased tickets. PASES FOR MONIIAY. riiiT farter and Ri-»d»*ord Rrolhers Will Re Tried. Ouihrle. Okla.. On. :,.—('. N. Haskell, goveriiur-eleei of Oklahoma, came here yesterday to remain a wo-k or nunc ;Ki|it;iinring himself v.lih the questions and condifloiis ihat will cotuo hi-fori' him when he tiocomes governor in f;iei. He says thai laM; of delaving siaiohood iiniil iho con- stiiiiijiDi eoiilil no eoiisidered tiy inn-. Sri'.-; is absurd. He asserted lha I'l-Hsidem ttoiiseveli woiilit IKUO no nioii- ilahi olliclally lo reft-r iho oon- sliiiiilon III I 'liiigri'ss ihaii hi' would nave III si'iid It lo the leui^laiuri' nf .\IllS.-iil'hu;.|-l I ;. "I lia\i' I 'lnseil Up all my liiisliiess ifi'.iiis .-iiid .1111 pii'pari'd in |.'ivi' all my iiii'.'iinu in my iKIlco," said llaski-ll ioda>. "I do not belbve thai a in»ii •••in ill two things at fitice nnd do either of iliein well and for thai reason i h;iM' roiiro.l from [irlvaio bii-Itioss. I'lii' inniiiiii'iable porpli<\iii:; ihin;:s Miai will arise ilir nionii'Ut siaiohood oonii'.^ will roipilro ilio elosesi :iiudy. '"•iiriDiniril with oilior lorrliorii 'S whi-n ihiv .'niili'd iho ililioll Ol.lalinnia I; is a lili; di'piiriiiioiii sinro lO . M enrnoi .;i 'oci I'.. \Vi' v.il! have fony-iiliio enuii tii'.s. for iiisiaiiee, wiihoiii iiigani/.i'd .;;ovi niuoiii. iiini all "dead broko" for ir.ii:Ma!..\ ihe llrsi year of iheir ex- isn'ino. To eel ilii-so couinies siart- •d rii'h: is in iisolf a big lask. Predicts, a Hrilliant Start. ••(;i iioral cf ^ndiiions at ibis time •p -ii )i.;hi >M.' tlio couniry should make 'ho lirsi three ;.ears of .siaioljo'-d for OUI.-ihoma a perini} of wni-.derfii! u'lowui. If i.s my greatesi amiiiiinn •n see Oklahoma make this growih mill r my adinihisiration. There .»hoiild be no loss than 1.200 iiiilos of now railroad built, tdie agrieiiliiiral oiitpui -lini'ld increase riO per ii;iil. we slioilld niarkii I':; million bales of cotton, cnnimeri-.' should more than double itsolf. while iiiaiiiif.icturing, now '^I 'an-.-ly begun, should devi-lop tro- nemlously. Much of Iho capital that has ben iiivo.slid ill the .--ialo has eonii- frnni spociilaiivo .-•.niiroo.:. .\li-ii -aii.liod will) ro.isonable pinliis on ilioii- inoiiey. bin who iiisisi upon safi- ly. have siaid oui. They will como .villi -latcbood. '1 do iioi believe that the jieople ivill iiisi--; upon oxiremi- nn'thnils of iiiy l.iiiil." s.nld .Mr. Ilaskoll. 'riien II' ii.iused. "To be extri'mo in one di- I-! I nil wouM ho .just a-i winii'.r as to 10 i-^iriine in di.' opimsilr- ilireC inn ' ri'or \!r. H;::Ui'!l |<aMs."l again. Within; lieiii;; sp' ci!ic. bo was referring o i!!o alli'-io'l radicalism of ihe pro- iinsfd ontisiiulioii and the oxpceiancy •,)f many por.sons that if the spirii hov II iiy I 'lffrroni niembors of ihe :*on\> nftc.i iliaf made the consliiiitton should ho continued by the •lovernor Iho llrsi feu- years of siniehood would So ji'ars of much turmoil and di.'^- iili b.iiice. To (i 'liard Against Radicalism. "If the pendulum is swung too fat In one direction it iiievllablv mii.-.t swing 111 Iho other extreme. The riglii way is lo adjiisl the ii-iidiiliiiM sn iliat It wi'l hang over a safo <-i.n(cr. ' ll.iski'll wasiaskod abriipily wliat ho beiiivod the iinriiial deninci.''.iie ma- ioiii\ III the state lo be. He answered •NOI iiiOio than L'O .nOO. While I lost •joini di-niner.'iiie v.iie.s. I know f col repiililicaii votes, as many a.'-. S.fl'iO or lOfifiO. Willi a demociaiie niainriiy of only Ji '.OOO voi.-.=. a change nf le.-is ban i .'iO vnie.-; in i -aeb of ilio seveiity- .'ive iriuniiis would periuii ihi- ropnb- icaii.- lo carry thi- rtaie. Ii is r niiu'- ime, best ihal a sialo should In- re.ns- onal-ly closi-. •'Vnii would bo surprised to see the ntini'tor of letti'rs 1 am ::i'nini; from lersniis who want offices. 1 have jusi •)ne siato oHlcc. Ihat of bank exaniin- 'V. to fi:i and I have made no piom- ~es. nor havo I ajipointed a private ;ecri lary. as the newspapers havo an- 'louiicd." THE WEATHER., i Forecast for Kansas—Fair; tonli^Iit and Sunday: warmer tonlKhti and In east portion Sunday. Data recorded at local olTlce, V. S. Weather nureati, yesterday, today and •1 \o:ir ago: Veslerdav. Vr .Ago 'J p. Ill i;!> 81 1 p. Ill 7:'. Sil (5 p. m 7ii SO M p. Ill i;:; lit. I'l |i III r.ii i;o IL' liildliithi :>s 1 .Ma'':. Temp. .. . 7:; SI; Mill. Temp . . : :s 'ii; I ^rt>i "ip. 7 p lu Ii 11 Today Vr .\?o a 111. . .".t". .'.Ii 1 a 111 . . -'> r.i i". a. Ill 1 r.i S a. Ill in a. m 1 .7 ."ii". 1 'J noon 1 •* a 1 I^ri'cip. 7 a. 111. 0 II MAY MAKE AN ARREST Tho following cases are set for trial M:>nday in district court: City of Tol^ v*. Otis TViuclas. Si -o vs. riiff Carter. St.iio vs Cliff Carter. ."5ialo vs. Harry firadford. Stat-- vs. r. A. nradfoi'd. This morning in tie case of the c 'ty vs n-d .Morrison. cl;arged with vio lating the two per cent ordinance. .i motion to quash was overruled, and a mot on by the defense In dlssolv? the injuiiction in the case of Prce VB Van Ctiren was overruled. .MRS 8AARE of Newman, lown. Is Tiaitlng at tha hone of her daugbfer. tifra J. L. Banaa. Oi1i<er> ThiiiJia .Man .Mav Know About Mi >s May .Sapp's Death. i -'roiii llio iiiforinatlon seeiiri.'il lart e ',-i'(iiiit: finiii Moran elilzen.s the de- K-iiiw who is working on ihe iiiysiery Kiirrniindlm,' ihe death of .Miss .\|ay Sapp. whoso i|e ;iili oi-i -iirn'd ai bor filllll•r'^• liomi' ill .Moran. Kiitisn -i. one Wool; iiiio last iilglil, may inal.o an at- lo.il .-.hoiil.v, II is said thai ilie d^ii 'oiivo is ai pri'sont shadow -iiig a iiiaii who Is siispleioiii'd of knowing soiue- ihlii;'. about the cause of llio terrible (li 'i 'ilh nf .\|1.-; H Sapp. Iti -eiiiiM- of Iho wlinlly I 'ireiimsiaiitial evldoneo sur- roiiiidiiig his I 'lispli-imi. ho will be 4 !'.''.i nil opi.nniiniiy by ilio odleorh who are waiching him to provo MI alibi. showiii'.r to Iholr sal isfaetioii iliM ill was not at tho .S:ipp boiiii- iil iho I 'Mil' of liii- irageilv, ho will In- roll. i. d w-ilioiit lie- piililii'liy of .'111 arii-s' .\i-iordii!.'.; lo iho ciiii '.i 'U who makes iho n-pnri, iln- delectivos have ili> .••iiverrd a ninlivo fiu- tins inail ID do ; iirli a di'i-il. which can lie cniliiecle I with il-.o cti(-iim.=iiaiici>s wliii-h aro lhoiii:h; ii> l .o strong i -iioiigli in prefer oli.irgr~. This is the only i-:i.-'' %-.!i.-re t .'ioy havo discovered a motive. It Is said thai the deieclive soeurod his lirsi ehn- on which ho h ;is gnlh- orod I 'vid.nce lo siispoci ihis man from ilie roporl made by .1. > . .VorJon Iho faiiiior who saw a ninn ride past bi .s- lioii.-e at a rapid ralo a short liim after ibi- death of Mi.ss Sapp. rr.iiiiiy Miornoy Carl .1. Poter;-nn .^aiil ilii.-i morning that there wore no new develnpiTieiils in the case. There may lio now developments at ihi' ca.so .-irise at the imiii .-'.si which wiM be hold tomorrow. Tho evidence of Ihe niiiiibi-r.^ of the Sapp family win lio lii-ard tomorrow. Whrn the oihor I 'vidi-iieo in iln- caso was tako'i .Mrs. .Sapp. or the other inembers of the family were not in condition lo give ;!ti accoiiiii of the affair. It is not likelv that Ihis arrest wi'.l be iiiado iiniil after the iiiqufsl Is <iver i»s it tiKiy develop many now circum- siaiicos. TELLS OF THE REBATES HUMAN OR CANINE? OiTicers Puzzled Over Rones Found on Elm Creek. I'mlei-sherlff A. K. Iloairight and Policmau .1. J. Cn'od today iiivosll- latod the di.scovory of a coffin-like box with some bones lying by a frosh. ly dug hole at t'.ie foot ot i=:tin streow. iii'ai- Kim cr.'i'k. The df.-covery was iiado last night by an employe of thi- I'lla I'nillaiid who r'-portoil it lo tle- pi.lici.. Tin- onicers at'- nnnblo m explain Iho discovery. The bones look v<iy iiiiii'h liU' ih.me of a dog. TIio biL-c had boon buried under aboiil two an iloiiohalf feel of earth on the side of tho hank. Some brown liair war found with tlie bones but t-eom-s loo I 'l.i' to bo ihat of a eanin '. T\V..) liii-n «<•!•.-• .M -eii lb. re ye.stoiviay dlg- i^iiig, bill it was ihouclii at the tiii;o lha! lii.-v wore iiieroly hiiry;:r< some thin:;. Th' oirieers ar.' nnl :ui-lined to l,.:iev.' that He' bones are rhoso O! a liiiniaii lioing. Wliy t'.e box shoi!l 1 be dug up and tho bont-s and li:!ir left ih-re if human, cannot be evnlained. The hon?s were dry .and wiihoui odor indicating that they had hi en Ih.-re for some time. Rcrlster Want Ads., Ic a Word. LIGHT ON STANDARD'S DEAI.INfiS WITH OTHER COMPANIES. THE LU:RICATIN6 OIL MONOPOLY SOME RAILROADS ARE FAYORED. A WITNESS SATS. Others do Not Hnve the Refund f lanse — Relations of Oil Companies with the RIe on Concern. OR. VOEGTLE OFHUMBOLT DIED THIS MORNING Dr Karl A'oeptle. the well known li.';liad befri-'n>iod and was training r .ern'an doctor at Hnmboldt. is dead, to bo a drugg;.-t. Dr. Voegtle iiad iu \t iiine o'clock this morning. H?nrv lis 1 fe taken in a number of young Ku'.iii. a young man who makos his nien who dosired lo becomo pharma- honi" witii Dr. Voegtle, stepped into cists. I'.is r.Tom aft?r a few minutes'absence Dr. Voc-'tle was a man of many lo find kis benefactor dead. Dr. Voog- good n""liti.'s and ii'iite popular. No', 'lo bad been ri.'>ad but a very'few min- b-ng ago he was arr.^'sted on the •lies .IS Kiihn h.id b:'en gone from thi' charge of violating IiiJ^ druggist's per ro'.ni but a slort tim^. , init. but h's friends say that if he did. Or 'Wiegtlo has been RI for .someif-i it was more though his not under­ time but not Rorionsly until the past standing the law than any intent to f. w da.vs. Some tint,-' ago he suffer- violate it. One of his friends stated 'ii a stroke of naralysis and has since today that the arrest had worried the lieen very feeble. (old t-.^ntlenmn ditiin'r his sickness. Dr. V •' lie was born in 1*;t4 and' His arrest was made by County ;'s a native of Germany. Ho has .Vitorney Peter.son because of many "' o' in Hi'mboliif nr. vears Befor.-": cfmiplalntR that he was violating his coming to Humboldt he lived In Can- I'orm.t and the county attorney says '>. piid is sa'd to have been a! ihnt the evidence fully warranted th .i neicl bor to 'V^'m. MqKinley. He -was | actio-i. A inrge quantity of liquor i'.iuc"i"H ill the f;->r:iinn colleges nnd j was fonnd In hi."* stor.'. servji in tb.-« Oerman armies. I Tho funeral will. occur tomorrow T>- Voegfle len'e^ no Immed'ot"' afternoon at 2:S0 from hi« residence. r<-.i.ni vp:; H's mo'iior who Came wit'i and iindcr the charRO of tho I. O. O. •'Im to Humboldt die<i years aco. nn«» • P. Only short senrlces will .«ccur berird in the Hupiholdt "emetprr at the home, the Berriees telng con- "r. "Vo 'ittle lived <n the rooms nlwve' ecluded nt the grave; A number of h's •tore In Humboldt with H«*nry i members of the Tol;i" I. O. O. P. will Ktihn. a aarenteen year old boy irtiiMn * attend tho funeral , .Now Vnrk, Oct. ::.—When tho hearing of Iho federal siiil fnr the disso- luiinii of ilii- Siandard Oil Cnnipany of -New .ler .'-oy was rc.s .iniod loday. evi- doiiie was adduced which Frank H. Keilngg condiiciing ilu- go -.-.-rnment case, said he believes iirovos the i-on- teniinn of ilie govenimoni thai iho oil ooniblne, through Its siiliPidiaries. tho <!iilonn Signal Oil Company, ."inil the W;i Ior.s- 1'ii'ice Oil eoinjiiiny, have a monopoly of iho railroad lubricating oil biisiiii'ss and that ii not only charges an excessive price but that It diseriminaioM againsi errtaiii rall- roails ill the iiriees oliargod for U-* product. The .Siandard niiiiiiifactitroit eimiuo. e.ir, vnlve and coach oil and .Mr. Ki'Ilog said lie would show that It cniirnlled ;i7 per cent of tho bnsi- iiess. C. N. Steinbrenner, auditor of the railway department of the t.'nJi'na Signal Oil Company, was tho first witness i '.illed. He said that iho only coin- ptinies which ho knew sold lubrii-ai- iiig oils to tiie railroads wen- iln 'lalen.i Signal Oil coiii |iaiiy gets no re- Wat ors-Pierce Coniiiaiiy. Till' Water.s-I'ierce Oil Oomjiany, he lOKiined. obtains its oil from the Oa- liiia Sign.-il Oil Company, which in .iirn i ^i -'-uro.--- lis .supply from Iln- Slnii- d.iid Oil Company at tho same pricr- :;s ii is so :d in the railroads. The Caieiia Signal Oil Company gei no re- furid. .Mr. Kellog then read a letter from Charles Miller, president of the Calc- iie Si'-'na! Oil Company, written on 1-V-bniary L':!. WC. to D. D. .Marony, vice-president of the Pitisbiirg. Shaw- iniii & Northern Uaih'oad, in which he says the tiaIej2^aSb!;na!._OII_cqni_-. piiiiy W.1S siippTylnKJii.',^_per cent-ttf the tola! railway milnage of the Cnll- ed Slate.s.' Canada and .Mexico with liibrlc.iting oil. Mr. .stoinbreniicr'said thai he thoi!;:lii the C.alona <'omp.':uy supplied about Ji.". pi-r cent of the toial i.iilway mllea'io. CfintrHcts of railroads wiili the flalena Signal Oil roinpany wero placed in evidence, showing tin- price charged. Mr. I-voIlog cited a clause in the contract stating that if Franklin crude oil di'clined l':"i cuts below $:;.no a barro! a reduction would be made to I lie railroads. Tiio Witness said no such re .luci inn had been ni:ide during ilio foiirteen year', nf liis connection wiili the Calena Signal Oil Comaiuiy. The tlalena company, ho said, sells hoiween ."lOii- 000 and cnO.OOO barrels of lubricating oil e -ich year. "Don'i you know that th" output of l-'ranklln erudo oil is only lO.OOO barrels a year?" asked Mr. Kollng. The wlmoKS said he did not. There was a clause in the Oalena company's con- traei wlih tho rallroiids. by whl.-'li u refund w.-i.^ to !)>• allovvod iho roadti in c :iso till' cost of locolnoiivo oil ox- cri'd.'d ?1.7:. por l.illiu luib 'S. Mr Sioiiiliroiiiii'r said that iiiiib -r th!'' elan..' III!' C:ili'ii,'i ri<riiiiil "d lo Ilia I 'oiiii..yl \anl.'i liin-s i -asi of I'liisbiirr about It por I 'ont and on lie- Pitts burg. Tor; Wayno K- i hica:ro line abniii "ifi I'or rent on il.'. piiri-li;i ••'•:s ol liibrloaiiiifc oil. .Mr. Ko'lo.'^g had spread iiiion il -o record:; a list of settlements wnii railroad J for lubricating oii. The si .'ito moms showed tho ?eiilomen ;.s madt with aboiif eigiiiy railroad.-, by thr fiabiia Company for lubrioniing oil for a period of years. Somo rail roads, Mr. Kollog said, did not havf ihe refund provision in their oil contract. .Mr. Steinbrenner said that the refund Minde by the Cr.Jena company to iho Southern Pacifi." system in 100.5 was ;i per com of the.gross invoice price and to the Haltinioro & Ohio 2? ner cent, but there was no refund to ilii' Si.iiiliern Railway or in thi- Dela- •.varo & Hudson company. (II.VNOF RILL TOMORROW. Robinson Stork Comnany Still Draw- Inir fJood llonses. The Robinson Stock company, now filliii:; an engagement ai the Grand will put on "The Gold Mine" tomor row and .Monday. This is a bill which the company says has nerer been put on in Tola before and contains some v-ry interesting situations. Some nice speciaiiies have been arranged fnr this play. I..asr niglit the com- laiiy del:ghled a «;oort house. \n opportunity will .soon be given local theater goers to witness the big laugh producting hit of the season •'.No .Mother to Guide Her," written by Lillian Mortimer that poniilar author and actress. The iiart of "Hiinco" is in th" hands of Miss .leanetie Carew who is well known all over the country as one of the most accnmplishe*) comediennes we have; and the balance of the roles are in competent hands. The Bcenie ennipment is far beyond the ordinary. There is lota o' comedy in the piece and also numerous specialties. This nlay will be seen at the Grand Tuesday. Oct. .S, THE MARKETS. Kansas C'il.v. Oct. 5.—Cntt'e re- o-ipt-. 2.00. Steady. L'nchtinged. Uog.'i—Receipts :i,000. Steady. Bulk .«fi.0.".*rfi.2.1; heavy JCOOfTfi.],';: p.iek- er.^ fii .O .'.ifi G.i',-,; pigs .tnd light JU.l .'i 'Tr i!.:;o. Chicago. Oct. Catile. receipts alioiit -ioo. Steady. Hogs—IJocelpis about 7.000. Five higher. Light StJl.-iUi O.M: bulk $fl.I0 NEGROES MUST 60 Head nf Colonization Society Sayt^ They Cannot Advance Here. ; PLATT DENIES IT SYYS. HE NEVER MARBIED JLt^ -ill f. WOODS. ! ADDS THAT SHE iANT MOIEY CLVrilS MAE TBIEB EXTOBTIOX, MORE TH .A3J OTIfE. Denver, Colo.. Oct. r.—.1. N. Walker, pii'sldent of the Colorado .African Colonization Society delivored an ad- dross on "The Itace Prohlem and Its .Solmbin " at the Coiiiral I'nsbyiorian church liere last evoniiig by iiiviiation of Ilie inistor. Rev. Dr. ft. i". Coylo. -Mr. Wjilkcr contends ihat rate antagonism Is becoming morcaad more pronounced bin instoad of ib-ploriii'.; it. ho believes it is benofieial, l»e- caii.se it lends to keep llie ra'.;, apart. Race separation, he tliink.s, i^ es.-on- tlal for ilie blacks anil well a for th.' wblte.^. because only by thai nn-an* •.•an Iho ..\frlcan race iii-vi-lop ;iii>ii" 'ho lines whielt natiiio inio.iibil. So long as tho black; ri'ui.iin i,; ihl.^ couniry. ho .says, tliey will b. .-oibjocl t'l lh<' whitos. Coiiiiliioiis ai''- iiieadily growing wor.^e fnr tlnni, and iis a whole their moral condjilon i- lowur ihan It was in the days of sla- '/cry. Walker contends that education md the ac(/tiisill<ui of property Iiavo failod to elevate this race or improve Its condition ill relation to the wlilte.. Thlny-slx year.s ago 10 per cent of the blacks were eilucated and in Iho •iggroMiio ibcy paid la.xe.v^n $l.Ofiii.- iioii. Vi-i the eonditbin of llio race ii wor.-o now than it was ihe.i. .\t ihai lime Iho hiaeks had iwn I'niled State; aonatnrs. I 'ighi roprc-s^''tilalive.-, in con- jres.? anil a niiniber of state oflicia's. Thoy have nono of these now. Thero wfre no iynchiiigs tlieii. no jiiii crow :-ars and iin disfraiiehisi'iii"iii oven i:' the souili. Tho only way of escape fi-fiin a condition which is rauiilly bc- "oniiiig wnr.se is by eiiiigratiiili lo T.i- •irria. wlu-r.' a bla.'k republic can b-^ 'niilt iiji. .Many blacks would like t-i •<o liiit owing to high steamship raie; ini! Iheir own laok of moans ili'oy ar.-! compelled to remain her. The siiita- lion calls fo;- cnnprcislonal aid. and steamship companies should, .'ce' in M -T -deslii' for cttilgi'unim jib ivpp<5i^ She Says He Had Promised Varriiitt' nnd YYiien He RefnsM to DLogtnVft the Fair One ThaniKed; Taetfn. • ^ / Tnin1ry~t7ri)iiild up a laigo fraflit; ajid v. Ihe .same time promoie nadc 1*- fwfji the west coast of ,\fiica and he I Mited Stales. TWO GENT FARES NOW New Rate Law Went Into Effect at Midni!cbt. .\t niidnlslit last night tho two cent ;)ass"iigcr r.i'o went imo eff.^cr on ev jiy railroad in i<an-as :in.l thi.: morn- lig Iho .Siinfn Fe. .\Ii.=soiiri I'ncifi- ind Katy railroads in Inla are sollin:'. ni that rate. The ICaly did noi receive notice 'rom headonarter.s tint I late y-'Ster'.ay afiornoon and for a time it Inol; -d as If the Katy ofllclals were going 'o r.egleci their agents of the clian!;< ill] the rate. JTlio Katy like th"- Snnia Co is celling lu-kels to Kan.sas City nt $1'.20 •.viii-ii' the faro formerly was $.'{.00 Ihe faro lo Parsons now is only 8<,' -ents wiioro it was ?I.2.S'. To Moran •-lio faro is 1)111 .';s cont.^. RAILROAD WORK WILL RE SLOW. Kilty Seiidins Workmen tn Tesns- Repiilr Rails Here Luier. If mav be several months befor" tho work of taking up the light weight rails on the Tola Moran Katv •'ranch line and replacing them with eavy i.-iiis, can be started, for t'io rensf.ii that th;- I-Ca-y peoplo are ink- 'ng their workmen to To\as and putting I hem to work building the dorv ble track from D.''nnison to Mc.Mi? ter. i. T. The work of putting in the Iieavier rails has been completed as far as PIqiia but the fact that the Katy i-. unabl;> to get laborers has made it im Doss:ble to bo^in work here. The starting i>f the Katy afternoon flyer over ;he iola route made it neces- i-.r.v to put in iie.-ivier rails. FIR.iiT TE.UHERS' MEETING. Teachers in Session in Hltrh School School Room Today. Tlie first monthly teachers' raset- ing was held in the high sch'Dol av^- loriiim this morning. At this' meet Ing cacii teacher gave a two ihinute speech on current education relative to teaching. Tha meeting;was of particular interest. Short talks were glv- ?i: by all of the .'.7 teachers in the tola city schools. fRESCENT TO HELP ORPHANS. No wYork. Oct. 5 .-}-UiiIted StateS;' Senator Piatt made fqrmal denial ttV' dav that he ever married T^ilMj^-C^.-[.^ Wixtd, who is suing him for divor6». '".vi alleging that she was imarrlettto fllft-y ~*' s.-nator .Vovsmher 9, jlSOl.' Tfiftrd^e^^; iilal was made in appllcatloi^ tor*>Bl ^;i ir4ay by bis attorneys ORidngtiKfiXleri thor.i.V.lo examine certain paJWim^la '-^^f Iho ejuse. The senator. In tala iitis^^/M lion, as .seiied that she -bad , n «f «^L|&^ mado a elaitn to him of such a llist%^| rage until Decpraher 24, 190«, "butx hal iried to extort money SroTCi hii^k^i:^ .Moio itian three ycnrs after tho.d«t» II whli'li she nssertfi ^hp waa vuxr- ii"'l to hint the senator averrsd, was theaienlng to suo him for .broadi; ^ o, proml.te and retained a law'Tflrr** •I.' Kichmnnd, Vn.. to act for hert' ; Tho senator aubmltteda copy of »T, l:>iier from the firm written to Um?^< in .faniiary. 1900. in which they aaPT ^il noiinced Ihnt .Mifta iiaoCi Wood haSfeS ' ' 1171 ployed thrtn . tO' -jiriiBefnito hor c'nims for (famage.q for - hroaihvof • pf.misc and alleged c<miiplracy cdK ininating In New "Vork In 190JI, ^ '.vhi'h.sbe asserted sholWas fraad>^« 'eniiy romp.^lled to »nrreqdeF oert^ltt ^v' 'Kfi^r; written tg^fifl ^^te SenatpCj'i l!! 'bo fall of 1906^ the: senator as<:i:^ serii 1 .Miss Wood brongtit two saUn-^; .gaiu-'t him in Omal ?a in which tll»^^^ ^ !fg"i:nns were absolutely inconalsti^-' with hor present claims of nuiirlag«,^ ' <;^^ Theso suits, she said, were broog^ ' to .u'n notoriety and to extort moMr from Iiiin. Doili suits vicTd ifsm^if^.. M. ! . . , • .„•• _.Itio_atuiiitj0r allHdo4. toi-publlcatlatfs . - r ,r_ IJMM —pwported to bora roarrlaffo -•nfOente which, he .sakl, had beea / eiut!lnted by cuttlns: away*;the part tiiar, '-honld have contained the same of liio man who officlnted. f OMFLIMENTS THE AX^BlCAm Mrs. (;iyii. the EDRIISII Ndrelit;*, LOm Roth Men and W^me*. .New York. Oct. 5 —^3Jtan >;irice .tbing»' were sriid about AineriC9|oti and as- , leciaily about American:tfblen by Mnt , Kiinor Clayton Glyn. th ^.Gngltsb'nov'^ . eiist nnd author who has Jnst arrived" • from i^ngland. -; . — . ' -"I e.vpect to explore .j3H|r country from the Atlantic tiptSw^elfic.'^'aiho' said. "I want to Rec tti'e Apierlein men who accohipIlEh resnlta. Tho -InT- fellipent American man Is mlillonii «^ / miles ahead of the BngllRh man. The women of America are attractive and 'tnov. how to dre .ss well."' FARMERS WANT HITCH B.iCKS. Methodists Put. In Raelw (0 AecoBH»> date Rnral Menben. T;y dicIarlRK that they would qtllt >i ccmi 'ig i# church unlefs hltchln^^ posts w.^re placed in front of tie A - .'y,,.' clniKh soVtiiat they could,hitch their ""^l horsis. the. Met hndiat farmers hi th6. iieighborho^l of lola havo; madnr it iioce --jiry for tlio Flrat Mv E, chtirch • 'if lobT to build a hitching rack^ in .'''^ from (if the church. • . - t Th; hltehins posts and[ racks wew put ^n thi.^ week and wlllbs complet-' ed K. lay In t 'me for the:servlcas tot ' ' morrow. The church would havo put it the rK)sis years ago but..the mat* ter was overloolied until the farmirs- madi-. their'r3 <iuest ' GIFTS TO A GHURqH Ylrslnia Ediflre Rets Bible" From Kfi«>4;^ Ed ward end I..<>ct«ra From PrM. 1' - ^ ident Roosevelt.' Wiliiamsburg, Va.. Oct. 5-— "With tll »^,J^ IJishop of London preaching the aep- -^"^ mon in the Bruton Parish; chOrchi-tli^i '.^y eldest church In the point of |c>ontlnM'' J Otis ti.^e of the Anglo;rAm^can intbo J; United States, the services.h«*re today. 1^^^ •Attending the presentation ,or and-ac -?'>:p™ ceptancejof a lectern Iro^ President v?r Roosi veij and a Bible from KiagVd-^^^M ward 'w «^e of peculiar hiBtoricaK In- tcresL It was by far the most Inspl^ ing ft the ceremonies ii^ (Conneettqav with the tri --ennial convea^on oC the'?" Pi'ote^tant Kpiscopal chtirch In- the "-^ I'nited States which is in session at;..^"' Rtchnond • fl The lectern was prcsenlled by Kah-:. WHI t.'Ire Proceeds of Tne'»day's Per- 1 op S.-.tterlee of the diocese of WasB^^ formance ^i to lola Home. The Crescent Theater moving picture show- has made arrangements to turn over all of the proceeds for next Tuesday's business to Ihe Tola 6r- nhan '.s Home. The ladies of the Home will Imve charge of the ticket sales ict as ushers and have full charge of 'ho theater for that day. .\n effort '» to be made to have pictures and tongs appropriate to the occasion. itt«lla« K. C. ItakJw Pawdcr ie . ingtoii s|)eaking for the Ipiresldent^jC; •he Fnited States and was. received Bishop Randolph, of Bopthem 'W glnia The Bible was presentad.' the Bishop of Londbh- w |ho the message to [the Ame^iean from King E!dirard. °tt ifas by Presiding ;Bis]ioii:Ti>tt^ TX}ST-r-A t^EI«ettiq jliaiici |i A gold Tints Ji^tl^^S;^ tnra Far bfitt M< QalckMt Bcralta w - enam to 5f

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