Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 10, 1907 · Page 3
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- • 1 ' '• ; HELP WAKTED Sule<«nii-ii Uantcd. .Wtiy- work for $.".o a iimiith «htn you ran earn Irniii SI'i" to $l'.".<i a iiioiitU and fMiiMiMS a?* a Travtliii'^ Sak'siiirin Wi- \vi!! warlr .\oii lo Inon<' in fiuln H ...t;^ In niai! anil sii mi' . von ;i jMisilion v .iili a jiliahl.- liim. | No loiiinT ('.\;-ni-ni !• i'-iiu i i i'4l. Wiin- f'lr li ala!";; VMI.I . AiMiis^. Na- lioiia! .-".i N'>'Maii'> 'I 'laiiiinu A '-.-'n. Siiiii- "V: Si-.niiM I'.rl. M... LODGE DIREOTORY, luisMcr :>< si-y. Mui ci N-li! aiiil •^.•a^ i'olT(M< anil Small if > in and auia;ul lola. l-\ir tmiiitr Mai Mi iiiai.- \vi,:i- i Cranil Inion 'I.a I'n. 7"i Kaii-a>. Avi- . 'rii|.i-ka. i\an-. WANl'KP— Keck loaders at Kansan Portland Cement I'lant. Iiui'iire i't Quarry at Concreto. KMGUTS OF MACCABEESr- Knights of Maccabees of the World meet3 in K. P. Hall, second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month. J. W. Postwalt, commander; R.B.Por­ ter, record keeper. W. 0. IV..—Camp No. 101 meets In K. of I'. Ilall every Friday night. W. T. Steele, C. C: .\ II. Davis, Clert Visitors cordially iuvitnil. GAS CrtY NEH^ ITIMS FOR TKE TEXAS PUN nuiCk.MKN U01>(< KtP.VIH WOKK .\T I'OWEK IIOISE. COUNCILMAN D. 0. OORITY HOME .HKS. HtEl» OF AKKAASAS CITY .\E>V I'IMHMUETHESS OF HOTEL. WANTED' -MIsoQlUinBous WA.NTKIi 1 Ml' " • !'i:i;- ai^l • .•! : lal « iM l!iiii;ii "Ill <-i 'II lina-;'' ! l!<lii«<a < Iiiiile ' WANTKD—.A !il:i<e for « boy or j;lr! j lo W(ir|c for lioard wlilli> aiu-mlinsj the lola Uualni's.< f<illo;;e. Teleiilmne | Main ' FORSALE'-REAL ESTATE f-'ut; s \i.i-; liiiii.i 111.1.• •>'<>'••.•. .Main. 'ia-. Kaii.-.i.- 'o FOR SAIJ-:--I rodUK'd llon^e. water and tiewor conncrtions. $raj <'asli. ?IL' a month. Grace .\rnold, PIKIUC -W: KM<;ilT8 OF PYTHIAS.—Neosho I.oil?'? \'o. i:; meets every Monday nighi at K. of I' ilall. Visiting brii- iliers Invited W. 3 Tliompsou, C. C; Chris Itiiter, K. of It. and S. il. W. A.—Tlie M. W. A. Lodge meets every I-Yidny nisht in .M. \V. A. hall. Vlsitiiis tirothers invited. W. H. Anderson, V.C.; W. A. Cowan, Clerk. ItOY.VK NKHJIinOUS.—lola Camp, .\"o. :nr.. Hoyal .\ei;;hl)ors, meets sec- oinl iihd fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. K. .\. Wa;;ner, oracle; .Mrs. .Mary llutton, 4i:t West Street. K 'Toriii -r. V, A. .\. -(odden lyraf Council .No. 4<;:;, F. A. A. meets Jirst and third \V-ili!e>diy nluliis ill oa<h month in K. P. llaM. C. K. l,.i(i'y. president; Miss .Maldc lUiorl aik, secretary. FKATCItN .\ 1. IlItOTH EltUOOl).— I'raternai Itrotlierhood .No. ;!Sf» meetii second and fourth Ttip.sdays of each month in A. O. F. \V. Hall. VIsltins iiiemlieis ronllaly invited. W.'lI.Aii- der.ioii. prc.>*lili'iii; Hoida Klahi, secretary. .luiiior Order Fnited .Vinirican clianlr.v. Meets every Wednesday ev- eiiiim at S o'llix k in K. IV Ilall. .All vi-iiiiii;; niemliers invited. U. A. Wiiiick. Connce'nr: C. H. IJIack. Rp<i. .Se rotary. Or. .S^^au a Ufh'jfule to the thau- (auijua .Mifthi).'—Por- <>*)ual>. Puiii|) l!c|iairs Arrhcil. i li-' ii;pair.-> lor tlie city pitiiip have arrived and tlie workmen are lins> iii.-.!alliii;: them loday. U will piid)- al' > lake tlii-ni si'Veial days lo c-oin- ;iiili' llii- work. When lllcM' lejiails ale lini>li .-il ii will enalili- llie entilie 111 yel water rioni lola witti siillicii'iit tiice liil till' |ill I !Mi.~e>. I lei eioloi .• If w.ii~ alniii>: liii |iossilili' In :.;el i nnii,;li |ii e >.--ii 11- and it tt,i> llioiuhi liH a mill tlia' it wmild lie In <'e .-.sai > 1,1 liiiv a IK'W iiiiiiip IMII the eNjierl w li^o made tile examination ^ald the ii' p.(il> wlliill ate llejll^; i^|,lall <-i| Hiilllil all that w as In'i 'es '-ai >. FOR SALE'MlsomHaneous Foil SAIJ-: Foldiiic -Med; = ..i. IM:; Hast >l4eet. ~TOir~i<.\I.i:--i;""d iii.i-.e with 1. Call at •-•III Wi-.-i -;.i-;. BUSINESS OIREOTQRY FOR REM1' M/soBllanoous .IKWKLERS. H. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler, 'ill K.•l^t street. Iltilel ( liiiiiueH Uando. Ml> K I. an e\|iei ieiued lliilel lii)i>i lit Alkaii.-.i.. t'ii.\. ha', taken rli.irui- lit' ilii' liiili ! Ill f|ii> (•f\ .Mi>. K I ' Ini llii'l i> maiia::eil (he hii-c' lull Mild lilt' liiMi- ami win to \ikaii.-.is I'lii' liiei-1 doiilit will lelaili its iiood pal I olia.-;i> iindei l;i-i- uiiinl i)iana.i;enieiii. FOi; KKNT Oiii M \.-ii .i.il I'oiir luiiiii i-onai;'- .V'-i-mi \' Fi»K- ItKN'l - .\l.id. H! -.Ml ••• ';:i Imiise l'nilii.~'ai il. Vniir- .iiii;..'' . ' felled I'llnai' 1 i M I' ' •• PTAMMKR. Complete court at the best rchool for .•Jtaniiiierer? in America at one- half price this fall and winter. Wiite for inform.itlon ai once. McKie School for S 'aiiMiierrrs. i;705 East liJlh Street. iCansas City. .Mo. Vre liitereNd-d hi riiniifHiii|iin, 111 It. Swan of tills eit\ wa> the <;a-> City rejn e.^eiitative at the iiiei'l- iir-. v.l;i.ti\e Ml having another eliau- '.ii:i|iia ill lola next siiiiiiiu-r 'las City wii-i well I epi e.-i-nted ill liie ("lialllail- iiii.i l:i>i ;-iiiiiniei and illey will lend iliii;- sii|i|ioit a;;ain this eomiim >.ai'. FOi: liKNT -'rill.-.' uiiii. hi-le- ! iooiii>. !i]i |ii :ri- .".n) .-^inrli I'.MI-..^ ••. FOK IIKNT- I'liitii^hi-.l ••• talllii^ wiihiiiil ciiiilna. |'" ^ .\.".li .leffei sun. i"OK UI-:NT—Fniiii>lle,l vi.i ;i.- |. i sleeping and liplil liouseUi .-iiin-;. ii -' South Washin.iitiin. Special Sale on Breakfast Food Little OaMLMiter llHtcr. Th.' little daughter of .Mr and .\lis Wilt (•lowifV w lio.-i- lower limlis were ^i'\i .rfl\ liiiiiird >eNleida' li\ tite li|i- piiii; ii\er of a cli>|i ;ian HiU nt : .*n!d- iiii; Im; w;iii-i. is a UIIMI IIIMI I.III.T lodai. r i.- l-iiiived til.II -In- v. il! 1 I'll'-11 now wiilionl aii> -liinii.-- di-- vi-liip:iii'at>. I-"OR liKNT—Furnished iiuii- e :il. .\p!ii.*' 'iiis oi'li'-e. FOR RF.NT—Furnished dnw :i roiims for housokeepin.^. ol'. Walnut. rf.'ii; il STR .WKI) \v:i-,. I. iiiii ; i • . .'•II? .Noitli I" I!, .•^iiii'i I'l'i.". LOST and FOUND K"i:i F.' I'l |ia. kau'. l'^4 II Si-.v i'aeka;;e- '-'C 11:, rrici-- I'.i.id. ;.aika;;i'- ... --"ic i :.,-iiin i -1.11. ill-.; i^ir-, . |'..':;..!iti • Wh-at F....d. - |.Uss.. . .-.'i' .~!,: eilil. .1 Willa; If.-iiii- - pKi;.-. . :"a- l.il. . .• w ;i .iiT t' I ruul.'d IiMii^ til ,..,1. . ,..i.U,i :^<' Otirlty ICi-turn>. Coiiiieilmati 11. C. I)iirit> wlm di-^- .ippeared very iii.\ slerioii^lv l.i.-i Sat- iirdav nor Ills laliiily iiav'- a ii; i liiiiu II. -. \ of his siiani;e ae;io:i~ Mr |iiirii\ returned yesterdav liiii lias h.iili'nu 'ii >a> a.- to w lu-i-e he has ill 111 or iii< pitr;ii.>e lor leaviiii; a>- In' dill. kaii!9a» Clubs iu Faiar of Cuitiiuiyfivu Goirruiufut. \ -lll.l'l • I IMI- . .1 I'l ati-i ijii > n.'i I'll ii.i' I'll N"' ' 111 on N' 1 Ill :i' 1.1 I i,i; I'. ;. 1 ew ,11 il I \ .It 'ill-- . 'il,' " 1 .t iS'f -I'.i't w ••I'll I jiiw ..: .1 • .:• ._ and III" Niii'h .li-n'. r-":; .jacket It.-uMi i ".i I 'l" ' 'i ^ I.ilii'i al .' I w .1: il i.(is:r >F loia Uvr -t.':- ti.- i ;ii'. \::..'. II. •— * N..i:i . K. - FRYER BROS. (iroccry and Mca Atnrkct Phones 3P.S and JO I t.xptft Clothes CleaninR. PrcsjinR and Repiiring. 13 W. Madijon. BUSY'YZ'ZY W, ,.I •; ,:. li i... ami I li< "li 'd ' 'rii',!; : W.n .li .lii. .1 Sii''i'i.i:i> CLAREMCE A. ROCKWeU.. Pi^p. .STO>Y PIUNT. Per^oniiN. .\li .mil .Mrs Clias. Uaiider nl Win- It.'d. w;i> in the (it> vi-ti-i'din l.mi,- iu.; ai 11.1.- I'ity |iiii|ie!t> wiili ihr '. i.w' uf iiivi'.-i iiiir. I. .M Naiiiae ol St. I.inii- wa lni.' M >ii': d.i- 111' is a ri'ini'-i'liia'ive o: .111 I'.i-lei 11 railiuaii .Miiniii l;loodsaw was in i.e' litv \i-!eii|ii> oil li.i-iiii-.-.-. SWS IT I.s FA( T. Its Econoniv To have your Carpcth and Rugs cleaned i>y Theiola Rag Factory PHONE 51*. ;. - 1'. 11 • r .1 II ...ill. .', ,. I ...ill «0>*T <;i» III PKST IKUSi:. Ur. U"Ilon lla»inii Iroiihle »" <•< I < ie\iinee« lor Patient*. .Ve'iiiu <•.. 11.i;. !!• ..iili i)t!i. •'' I' W. Hottoa. .' • I'tli' 'i ' ;.i _ eonvf} ani'.-.- rm -a.a.l ;'at .'iJ- i. and I'roui tl, • p.-i-t iio'is.-. Vi-'.i.i.r . Ill hiiiiteil .liliiii-l tin..'- Ii..:'> :.t ..i'. Ill .-ucee.'.it-il ii: ^.-ivi,. >..111.'Ill' (al ry a iiiaii t.i I'. . |ij.' who IKH - t'.^s '11 i.-t.t '11 .'.'i.: V.ill no: :li.-ni m't >iu • • J'OSi'S. \\ < •'. " iti, - i.ioi.i-:. at :a.~" < 1. I •.' .. L;...I,1 ' ...1 - :i;'i...; 1... , Mini • •! - •,.' I • :. - • i..^ . .1 aail i. 1 II!M1I. S • • . .. .< ••• . 111. ...i -.iiiiii i .l imT ::i 't . ••• 1 I1-; .li: till' till;. Tia-> >.-ni .1 :i.\\ I'.i!.! • iii.i ;.iii ••' iu 'ri .-i,!' ;•'.:.! 111.1.' a lin .i .l -•i |.;i ..i ..: 111! :.a.; v.a;. . '!i aii -1 a .i • 'i :i;_ .i:'.;.:; i •'• 'i .i. > :.• :•).* tl • "•• .... ' ';;.• i.'iir- 'l ";,i.;. ai-- -' ii,.- iiii'.- .'\.-i '1". I .i.i.'.ii •].)'.'.. Tl " \\):ii- .-n.-. «••..'.. tor V- l;.-i ,r V-: • '•...• .ii' W \\ I. • ' .V It'. 11'. 11'' :•!'•;.' .\ • 1' ft.' • . - ma MiJ s.'iii.' Il- ;.,i - I..I in- iin'M -•iiii 111 .-tai'iiiii: ir ':, 111-- . .iii.i, t;.".\ liai 'H .lad lii'ol.e wii-' iiTii; tie- Mi ',;..,,'. 11 ' .iitii.'i' FT l; , -nii. m- 1" 'n '•!.a :i "ii- Sm.da. ; . !... \M;- : HI ;: aim.- ••r.U LIMIT FlMtST THIS .MOIiMNt.. (». |>. STFnM!! MINTS IHVUIMi:. Urn- of SeaMdi'v Flr«l Iteporletl li» ; Mr. Srhiijipi'. ; Oliel 'M'! W. .1. .\ Sefml ;..' ril 'Oll- ' ' (.'plit IniR.' 'hi.- Ill iniii;;. .\ !t;i'm-i. till' teliipi 'ial111•' Was le' a.- low -ii .-i morning a> il has 'i -eu .-.-ii-ra.' <i:l;i- ' times within tlu- las' »i.-. k it i m.'- n;' tli». first frost!) noticed hy ' -Mi Schopi)e. The condition of ilie at-j ujotjphert wa« .such (hit- morniup ,-i>: 10' produce frost. tllctre* \liiiliil<>liineiit «> Vnii*v for •.\ctl«ii. .\ i...':'ii 11 WHS fi!«'d in di-triet court •. - 111'- iiK.on wiiendiy Olti.' I» .s:;.'«ail a>i.i 1! tlial h" !.<• ;;raiilei! a di\<v e.. iiotn !ii< wife. I-Il'a J^t.-war, St wai't says tiiat hi.s wife lias not l;v • (' with liiin siuf'e Fei;:. wli.-n tiie.v p.ii'teil. Ill tlie peiiT'on he also iisk." tha tin* iie uiven iheir smi Kdwari. wli.) is siv .\.ai> oil! ClniN. It. Spencer I onliruis diaraiilce on litCure for Catarrh. Till' iiiiesijiiu lia\i:iu 1 11 lai-i'd as •1 whe'h.r 111 l!o.:"lia>. I'.. ."^I'l'iieer Wli riliiiid 111.' ninne> If a iFoiin-! ..rl:' il'i.'.- no; do all that is claimed :iir i^ in eiiriui; eatarill he waul- 10 slat- I'osiiiv.-i.v that this 1:11.11 ant"., ir- .111 al).--iiluli fail. .\ uiiniatitei- like ilii> i> ii" l.---: ;.:i .iif thai can lie olTeii-d .'is ui Mie I'll r.iiii.' iiiwfis ol fiyoni.'i in a.'I e.i- laiiiial t ii)iiii !i'>. Vou do no; 1 i .-l; a ifii: in ti '.-tiii'u its In-alin:: \iii:.-. lie I.IK, s a., the li.-k II lull liav- lalaiili. 'W {U\- wii;i- ili 'ifai lUi'dieaied air of H>iiiiii-i |r • I. '.- 110' dill'.; or deiaime the .-loiuaeli. I.Ill is iitea'lied tlir.iiii;li a nea' jMi.-kei ililltile; ih.'ti coiiie.s with >-\ri\ ""UJ. so iha: i's nu'dleat inn leadu- the •i,...--i t—lin .'i- ail <ei !s in 'In' i .i.,-i' '111 I.l" and liini:s. wiiere aii> lalaiil'a' -iiiii-. Ilia.'. I).' iiiklii.i:. I' i |iiirklx ip'- -irovs ll '.i 'ia. heals and Miotlos tln' ii- liiatrd iiiiicfuis liii -iiilu'aiie and vilal- i/.e.- tiie li.sMies MI that <atairli is no IiiiiuiT possilde Von laii lose le'ili- iii:: li> :;ivinc ll>oliiei a trial, iioihin^ I.lit thd cataiili and 'hat is i;iiiiil rid- ilaii <-i». Tin; p-il f th'' coniiil.te ninllt is but .*! fin: nothing; if ii fails to I'lire. (.;e' an o'ltlit from {'has. I!. SpeiieiT todai and lie-.;iii its use at onei- Fort Scott. Kas . Oct. lu.—.Mi-s. Geo. J Barker, of Lawrence, at the second district Federation of Women's clubs, this afternoon, started a niovc-mont ainung Kansas club women for government of cities by commission. .Mrs. Barker is chairman of the department of civics in the f^-deratiun. She was supported in her position hy Mrs. Fust ace Hixiwn of Olatlie. president of the .-tate fe'leratiiiu. The interest in li.i-- sulijei't of ••.Municipal Coverii- iiieiit by Cuiiiniissiou" liy the woiut-n ill till' convention told plainly that Illey were readj lo taki' it up and wori, for it. just as t.iiey liavi done with other ::ri'Hl i^siie.-^. lo(d>iiii: to the l»etternieii| of i:o\ .'i iinieiit of rit- i<s. ••.\ lai'j:e and deiiM- coll on of hiilii.'iu lieliii;.-. ori iiji. ill'.: a limited i'l-'a. ha\e n Is peeiilinr to I lieiii- si 1MS wliii-li ei'iite the ii.'( i ^.^jTv of Ilea! '.:ovi'i iimi'iit. and llii> in tiiin liiili;;s lllf iieiil of loi poiale oi(;aiii- /itioii.--" .\li>. ilarl.er >a;i|. Sin- -|. il..' a oil', who had made a stiid.v of iniiii il pill poVellimellt mid eoilditlolis III < til s. "Wllerever siieli oi';;anl/.alioii is toiinil I'orporal . •.;reei| will I'liler, and iliiv ill turn will lead to i|!>lioii i'.|> all.! I'oii iipl lull To |ii'i'\int this vailmi^ paiiaiieas liine lie.'n tiii'.l. The ;;ranil rush sei'iii.-; linw to be lo ilii. coiiiiiii- i(ui phiii of miiiiieijial .L'ov- I'' I lit •' For Hie |le« Moines Plan. .Ml'.- Hark 'I spoke ill (P't.'iil of III.. Ill iii.tit.~ of till' i;alvi'«Toii plan. «if t!i.. i)is .Moiiii's plan ami of the plan of «o\<.| iinietil by I'ommlsskui piovidi'd b> the Kansas law rei-eiitiy enacted. S!i • asserted that iiiaiiy of ilii- evils of lie old system wi'ii- siil! iio,-sili!i. nil.I".I' the Calvestoii pitiii. Sin- 111- sisii'.l. liowev.'i, that the Di's .Moiiies plan was tin- l)e.~l. and il^ sineess V Ill he a.-siu-'d I.> til.' i.iall and rileri'iiduni j.i nvisioiis Iti.-i'Ussiiij; ilie Kau-a.-^ ait .-In- ^aid; 'Kansas has tlie iuil^aliM' aini leli:- '• 'iluiii oiil.i in till' I'tissini; ol ;li.' iie li; the |e;;islatiii e and it~ ailoiition h; ti.e I'lectois. It has aot th' leca!'. lilt it iias a pi'ovisinii that tin- hoarl Ol emiitiiissioner-. b\ a \ot.. of foar ill lilies of tile tiisi i-lass. and li> a \oe of at hast twii in i-'tie.- of tii.- SI t'oiiil elas.-. uia.. reiii..\c th.. i'il\ al- ti'i'iii'V. clerk, tr •asiii'i'i' or ainiitoi lor ii I'Oiupet.'iiey. iii'clect of dut> or ma! |.•,!^allee ill odiie. upon I'liaii;;'! pre |l'i:i'd anil afti r II'H' iiotiee in \\r.' ii.i; and opnoit unity to he h":ii'd in ii;'lei;se: al.-o till' lionid may. Ii.i a 111:1 jii'ilv Mill- of all nii'iiihi'is. 1.'11101.• with or witliout (an-;.' th.. iin-rinheiit .if :iii.\- otlli'i' appointive e tv olfiei'. IVoiiId <.'he Oonicii a Voice. "Ill tills Kaiisa.- ait thi-ie i.^ also -i piiuisiiui tliiit the I'l'httiv.'v In bliio I o.' iii;nria;;e of tin' iiia.vor or am ion: ii'L-sioiii I' ail' iiisi|iiiilili('(l fiiiiii hoid iuL' aiiv e t\ olliei- in tin' tiim i.e which till' liia\ii|' oi' eoin.iiiv.-fiiU'-i: are eleeleil. "The Isaii-as ait dllf'is fi'Hii oth I'ls ill tlial it- ail.I'll' 011 I'l.'rii.in- proiiile.-, liiat will.1111 nia\ \ot>' at siii'h eli'i'tioii till- same 11.-. men. Fti ili'i' !ik.' I'.'i-tiii'tioiir and iiiialiiie:iti.)ns ;inj Woman poss 's-Jilis tlie uiialiliea' I:oiis of a \oIer Uildi-r tliis ait .-ha'l :i!-ii 1.1' i'ii,::ili!.' to ;iir> siieii ei;y or school olliei' So tlie wonn-ii who .11 the <'itie> of iliis >t:U<.. Ii;ue. h\ tleii- votes ^avel| III., (lay. tint:, and amiiii. whi'ii te:ii|».i'aiice ;iiid morality de iiiaiiiied it will under this w-w reiiinie. le alile to ciiiitrol miinieipal govern- Ii! .lit. for there iiie luiiie woin.'ii in Kaiisii.- than men." .Ml- iliii'l..'! is the niotlier of .Mrs. Cli:is F. Speiic'i i.f this city. A> KI.SMOKK-IOLA (.AMI!. OFATH OF .MKS. MAIJV K. SI OT1. Molher oi .Mr*. Wllllani Vcrie Sue. cnilili|.d to .V|Mi|iIi-\.v. Mi's .Mary Scott of f'ailvli', Kas i.:otiier .if .Mrs William V.-zie. of tills city. vv;is burled .\e..*tcrdaj at C'lrlyie Kansas Mrs. Scott who i.-, well advanced in years snilered a stroke ot r.:raly<is th<» first of the w-ek ;«iid the eiiil canio Mondtty. Matched Kail Came .Ma> Ite Plated Here Silllilat. Till' I'llsuiori. liiise'ia.l t.'ani wi;! p;i>i)alili 111' in loiii !i -M SiiU'la.' :.i pla.\ a niateli.'d ^iiiii.. w iih the lol.l (lull. It has lail y"i hei-n di'liiiitelv • ;.-i'jiii'd liiai ilu' ::;)iii'' is to In- pliivi d hut in al! prolialdlity it will h.- |Mi!lr.! olf. Itoherts of i||.. lohi t '-.im. went t Iliimliolil: loda... to pliiy waii the I'^lsmore t.'aiii in their liame a-'.iinst Kumbolilt. PLAY FOOT HALL AT HIMISOLOT. La Harpe Teani and lliirli School Hots lo Pla}. The l.allai'pe fiMtball team Ila^sl'd Il.rou;;h tills e:l> this afternoon for iliiiuboldt where they will contest for hi'inu's on the lIumlMildt ;;ridiroii ilii.- afii'miHin xviib ile- lliiiiibuMt lii«.'^ PI liool ti'atii. Hotii teams are in ..v feilent eondifiiin as they have ber:i v.'orkiii'- for sum.* fiint.. Since it is ti.e first game of the seascui to b.> idayed in this part of tli.' i-ounlrv if i>- likely that there will be a bir;:e • lowd presi-ul. *1 Save $2 to $4 on These Mew Cttsia? • •'• f •*» That is actually your cash saving, actuaUy the cash;^ difference between our prices and other stores, $S.OO to $4.001 in worth saving on a garment that you have to buy. Here^' are prices on a collection of coats that are entirely new and i out of the ordinary. Just note the comparative price: $!6.50 Coats $12.50 I'!)vci-ythiug about it is braid effect, llic new full ripple back, broail shoulders, the wide sleevf. silk and braid triniiued, satin lined throughout. $1(5 50, any where yott see it. Special for Friday and Saturday $i2iS0 $20.00 Coats $16.50 Made of light wcij^'lit Kersey cl.oth or imported :J l!ii»iiilclolh, the new Japanese .slinulder with bishop sleeve effect, lined throughout with fine satin, colors brown, tan r-d and black, $20.00 values, hern .$|6.50 Our Special Coat at $10 Misses' and Children's Coals A great iinc t.f long Joo.s« styles in coats at liiis ])rite, atlrnttivcly trimmed with braid m-er tlie shoulders, liiictl tlin i;:.:lii:ul uitli saliii. Sj ecial priced .it $10.00 -Misses' and Children's coats in all | the new uiatHriaLs and styles at special q r:duecd prices $2.50. $2.95. $3.50, $5.00 and $7.50 $10 Coats $7.95 ."lU-inch eoais made of line Kersey eklli, .silk velvet, .siik In'aid trimmed $10 00 value her^. ' Walking Skirts Chiffon Panama, Voiles, Serges, the very latest st3des in all the new shades and black, specially pri -ced at $3.95, $5.00, $7.50 and $|0.00 HE HELD THE TR.MN But How or Why He Could Not Explaiti title of the liinii.'d t ruins was nil of IK.If nil hour Int.' Iiib'tniu- Wasbin.:- loii lor lis w;irni «.'nl lie: ".v:i: i| run to '.h.. s'liiiii one iii:;!ii last w..ek. an.' ^'itiie of Ihe s"eoiiil-.'-|.lil 'e: in tin' InW"i.s liiol 1)1 .iun 1(1 i'.i:i ;<i' r"iii.irl''- ;i '|..Mt tile I..'ii|)le Uh.i V."::f'!.?I 'Kei-p lie'ir eows a; hcili". I.e'.ir.- ilr ;•" wr.s :iii> ;;eiaway iae;v..-; imin 'le' el'.cio- . Hut It's v.i)ii.|e;- th" i..iiri let' a; all 'I'll! re a tl"'tit man at 'I'" -latlon iliai iii:;h:. aiitl tli.- n .iiii wa.- Ii"!il fur hini. thnii.i:'i lie il-iln't ink'. ;! .ft' 1' ali. ' 'rl'i.- V '.'.ay o: if. i)n that pai .-i ila. e\.!ijiis a i.ie.'il ti.'W-^paper man uie. ii..'ja't t. a'.'.-l"'.! 'until >inee ilic I. I', I*, 'jut liii- l''.i;i.-.- la'iv.' liv pO'li'i'ii:!;-. T\I'|:I il-'Vii i.i li;.' .-t.ilii.ii to mef'f 11!.- liniu-iiuntiil •.vlfn'd hcei; li'iii:'.; >iiir,.' I.itiii'' vi.-.i"in:; 'ip ii"ar S;i !ii 'ri.'\ llie. l!i>r 'vain was •iue at r.: iO. bill bis wateii was lii/./.y. .Tail be ;ai'.|i.| at tln' main u.re an .-.'is.\ bait hull.' alieail .if tiiii.'. ' l.<ave ni<; hindb' tl." ba.iie:-." he s.i'4:;''Ste(i niiPlly <r. t!|.' Mne la.-k of M..' !at :;atnnian. ' .My wile is iiiniiu'-' li'.ni*-. and I v.a'it to w.ii: bv ilie par:i!le!s an.I ^Isc ].••)• tti" :4iand elateii a.- s;ioii as she ali.i^iits fr 'iiii .'.Irs. i'.illmairs li':!.' u.iu.ia " ••.\'op<'.' r'plii i| tp.' Jai sat.'inan wiilionl turning aniuml. "Us a'.;ainst the rules." ' Itat." suu^es ;ei| i!:.. newsjiaper man not so iniM;." "I ve f;ot a no­ li.m Ini ;;oin'.; o.i. liier.'. ami—" Hut he didn't havr- ijnio to fiuiph. fur the saieiiiati tlx-d his face for a real ei i.-hiir.; i .iok and swims' a:.ii;n"i. .\ s"eo!:.| iaii-r that sa'e- n^ar.s bejt fi.'.'uds y .-eiidi;': hayc 'Kiiima hiiu. I!.' ! i.-ti in tlie face, tli.'ii wbi'e. tp.r asain, bTtf^d hi.s li I. bowed and sv-im:; the gate open BO fast its hin.-es smolfrd. remarkinR. '.Ni:i: a slekiy lirin: "Yon will have yieir li'tle ji .k". . sir." 'I'lie ne'.vs.'iaper t!;ati drifted thioti~h •n a ba'/y drf^aiu "iT.'t t, and beqan wal'r.iiiK up ami .lown the pla'forui. wntideiinK wlietlnr be uoebin't I..iter 51. I<aek and iiaml tli<. fat •-•aienian on." on the tiosi' fur bis real fresh, tunny aeti.ms. Itiu be noticed that th" ^ateniim had failed some more iir.iforms to his side, and that tlie hii'.eh had their iu-nds topcther. think- i'li- in whisf.ers an-l iiioking in bit! d i ret't Ion. Tli(. n.'wspaper man be;:an to tret worried. He looked himself o\er. dis- eovercd that h" was wearitiS his shoes, that he. hadn't forgotten his shirt, and that th.re wore no signs liangiug around hi.s |K>rson. And he iiad Just about deei.led to register a iliai;iiosis of cuiigenilul lunacy again si the croiid when one of the uniforins wobbled toward Iilm. "Is there anything I can do for yiui?" he inquired. The newspaper man. pretty well I'onvineod that somebody was trying to gel gay with liini. scowled fero rioiisly. "Xot a fliiir;:." he lejill.'.l. ti'oueliily, whereupiui liie onieial said: "'I'liank you. .•,ir,' and ».ent away look- •ui as happy as a I'.i.ston broker on a eoi'per ho|idei\'. .\bout a ininiii" later a portly p "i • Fi .n in uiiiforni s;"am<.d uu. nodded re spectliilly and ti .ia Ii 'd iiis lia'. ".\o. <; is pret'y 'n-arly on liuie. sir," he remarked. "Telephone that uji to tli" offic"." sairl llie ne'.vspaii"r man. slir>rlly. "It's ttnrtli an extra t'lljtii.a any day." .\nd at that paiticnlar inouienf he b.'^ian to fi'cl lislit it the head. Foil:" elTeet of that little pleasantry on ;he station master r.as siuuetiiing featful to behold. iie curled up and !augh"d and uiiciirleii and laughed soni'. more. .'vnd iffler he was all through laughing ^^e went trotting ai-.Tiind the station telling ih^it re mark to all the uniforms in sight, and the train shed was rv^rtainly a real liilarious i.Iacc for awhile. Thit five minutes later the uniformed person sfcann .1 hack, lnokin-j; pestered in the head, and did another lowly approach. "Beg pardon, sir." he said, "but when I saw you coti.e in I wired down, .ojid there's a drawing-room on sis being saved for.you." "That's mighiy thoughtful,"* replied the newspajier man. and the p-rson did another departure, purring as contentedly as a Maltese cat. Then No. 6 steamed in, and for the next 20 or 25 minutes the newspaper mrti got dippier every second. Kvery rutacli" of the station had thejr iam]-.s gla'd on him all the time, and he bewail to feel as iirominent as J. iJiggurn Hnckefellor and .lohn Ale.xander Dowie roHcd into one. Hni the air was full of tension Seventeen people In uniform stood around. lookln.g as if they'd like to suggest something if they daiel. and finally one of them drifted up lookln.g trembly about tlie chin, ami gave a preiiruinary cough: "Meg pardon, sir: excuse mo for mentioning It. and I'm sorry to disturb you." be said at length, "'but 'we ve held .\o. 6 20 minutes for you, ai.il if you could como now, .sir, we—"" •"I guess I won't go tonight," said tiic newspaper man, suppressing with dimculty a wild desire to hit some one. with a baggage truck, and the man :n uniform, after opening and closing hi.s mouth half a dozen times in the manner of a dying shad, managed to pull Xhe get-away signal, and the limited pulled out. Then the newspaper man met his wife and -vcat home, sliidjins the initials in his card case and h«-'il belter set; fi dwtoi m me momnur. Ann OVCT since iie» been wondering and pestering and trying to figure out whether everybody at the 8Ution was crazy tliat night. _ Imitation Blizzard at Home. ' "If you want to get a cheap imita^ tion of a Kansas hlisszard here. In .Vew York," said i the western woman, •taUc half a dozen small cars of greeo v:; corn, put them In a kelilo and shut down the lid. Then Jet tho water | boil and boil. ' , : • "Pretty soon that lid will begin to rise gently up and dowji and the water anil the corn and I don't know wfiat else will go to moaning and sighJns . and .=obbing so like the flerce m>ri:li''^ >j wind coming at the rate of 60 intles ^5 an hour across the miles and railea. of frozen prairie thatyou forget tl»e^ thermometer has risen to somewBere' ""^ near the boiling point, and go in aad ^ crawl under the blanltets to try and % get warm again."—V. Y. Press. .J Extra Good. S "We got fine filtered water in oar ^ rf| office," Faid one of two office boys wlio T J* were comparing-notes on a downtpwa '.'<)( corner. • "Pooh! That's nothin",".replied Ifii ".ji other, "We've got this here Ilthf*- graph water in ours."—Kansas Gity-,'3 Times. -rt The Internationat Marriage. "The American girl, wlio.could po^' sibly find her wanting?" • y j "Why, i)ossib!y a jury of her i>e«i» J ( might." FOK hILI.I.M: TIIKKK YEARS AW.i (. r. I.anx nil Triiil in PittsbBJ^; Kos^' n.r the Death oi Albert Powell, PittsbtirK. kas.. Oct. 10.—The trial Ol C. C. Laws, charged witli tlie iiiui> lie: of Albert Howell. bJgan )n the dl «-rS irict court here today, Tlie Jury ha*•• not ^ el been selected. Laws shot'x.. Powell in a "'joint" here three years ::^o. Laws was a horse' tradar and Powell was a salesman. Powell boar^ . I :it the Laws home while Laws wain'- ii, le.xas ou business. Law* accua^r:! Powell of iieing the caiute of troUbla i.'. the Law«! family and tbreatened-to shoot him. l-jiws found Powell in a saloon;MemeV;j Light anil siiot him iu a fight. L^ft^ has refused to make any statement tue ofHcers r(!garding the kill was admitted to bond so<m k'lling and the <iasa has r>oned several times.! Try a n aut AC. lo Ikt

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