Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 22, 1908 · Page 1
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rte HmmHm Unftml OitwiiMmn in AUdm CMMCy of Any Mmwmttmttmr PtMlmMJm mm MMrity. tf i~ AE X. irinlfiBR 819. KIRHT PiSIES. lOLi, KANSAS, OCTOBEB ae, 1M &-THURSDAV ETEXDiti. ElfUlT PAGES. mmm mm REPl'BLitAMS F1A> TODAl FOR THE i'LOSIXU OF THE CAMPAIGN. ro HOLD MANY MEETINGS HAVE RALLY L\ EVER! tEATRAL. LI LOCATED SCHOOL HOUSE. Bi; aeeting at Saronborg Laht Mgh loEpIte ef the Slurin—Jackson Spoke. CHOSE MRS. WOLFE .OLA MOMAN ELECTED PRESl* DENT OF SECOND DISTRICT. FEDERATION [CLOSE TODAY (MPORTANT PAPERS AND ELEC TIOS or OFFICERS. \ At a meetiug ot the officers uf thi KofiabUcau county central committee and Republican candidates tlil» afternoon steps were taken to make thi closing of the campaign a hot out Plans were made to hold a meeting every night next week in echool hous ca centrally located in the differeni toivnahips. A list of speakers com po ^ed of^ iDc best in the party is bcin( made up this afternoon and will be an nouuccd in a day or two. Already number < of local' speaker^ have offered 4h«?lr services and It is cxpectci that no locality will be overlooked. • The meetings thus far this fall bavt been vei'y successful. >\irmers havi turned out in large numbers and hav( taken aii active part in workiug U| cnltauaiasm in the campaign. Mow ever it was fouud that many locali tics would not be reached by holding one meeting a night, hence the pur pose of the meetiug this afternoon. On account of the storm, the presi- dnut of the Republican club at North Slaplc Qrovt school houso asked the commlttqo to cali off the rally billed for that place tonight. The roads are very' bad.|and if it contiuues raining wvfaith appears very ptobablc, a good cro^d could not be expected. '^Although the wind was howling, the r&in falling in.torrents and the .street;: almost impassable with mud. tbe Republican meeting at Savonburg last night was well attended and the aud ience was' one of the most cnthuiias- tic of the campaign. On accotint of tl^e storm it w-as not expected that there would be many on liand but over 200 people braved tlie elements to hear the Republican doctrine preached. ', The speaker of evening was At- toa-ney General Jackson. With: an address filled with statistics and. interesting facts showing why the Republican party should again be placed in control. Jlr. Jackson struck a responsive chord. His every utterance commanded the etrictcst attention and he was interrupted-frequently by enthusiastic applause. The attorney general made much the same speech that he did at LaHarpe. presenting the reason^ why Republicanism is the best thing for the country, and at the same time showing the fallacy of the issues UiKin which Mr. Bryan Jiopes to secure his election. The crowd and interest indicated tiiat Savoubrug Is a stronghold of Repablicanism. I<^)llowing the attorney general judge Foust and A. F. Florence spoke. They were greeted heartily, both making strong addresses. MINGLE. HAD VISITOR IN JAIL. Passed asjHH Wife, but She Was in Wichita. The Wichita Eagle says: A dispatch from Oklahoma City says a woman who gave \ the name of Mrs. Mingle yesterdaj. i visited Forest Cecil Mingle, of Wichita, alias Harry Parker, charged with the murder of Mrs. Harry Pearson at Oklal»oma City, on the night of sieptember 16. Mrs. Mingle said last night to the Eagle that she had not visited Oklahoma City. She said she had received a letter from her husband yesterday, in N ^hlch he sUted that men in Oklahomai City had sv^orn that Parker was in Oklahoma Clt}% September 14. 15 and; 16. There are a number of 'fitnesses I here jto prove that Mingle -was in wjchita^ September 14 and 15, and some jotter to swoar tbat he vas bdre on tlie atotaiOK^irf tbe 16tb. Albert ^dams. E«pu8in of Mrs. Stingle, has b60n in WiOitU the last week ^ HAS leSrt forfllditaoma City to see Mlnsle. i«n«Ws Atfterr Who Uvea tn Indtani was in;^« c\tr ooe d»y iakt Jweekjto pay4t3i |gj.ip Adfqu * Icceptlon lust Night Well Attended —Mrs. Bronn Bead Paper Yesterday. The meeting of club women at the Presb}-terlan church was especially itteresting this morning. The wrork vas relative to the -work of the de- >artment of philauthrophy, -n-hich by he way is one of the most important lepartments gf the federation. Mi-s. O. A. January, of Osawatomle. gave 1 very interesting and instructive 'alk along this line and at the close >f her remarks tho audience of women loudly applauded. Mrs. D. S. Stephens, of Kaunas City, alked about Japan and tho custom:: Mid inhabitants ot that country. Having recently returned from a tour of 'iluropc aud a long stay in Japan she was able to give some ideas of Ameri- lau work there that were greatly appreciated. Elected Officers. The most Important work of tl-e morning was tbe election of officers. .Mrs. W. D. Wolfe, of this city, was chosen president. It is well' known among her personal friends that Mrs. Wolfe has absolutely refused to serve luring the approaching term—giving as the reasons for her reluctance to accept the office her home duties and ill health. However the delegates icre know her record for the term she has just served to be so satisfae- orj- that in the event of her absence today the" election was unanimous. Mrs. Wolfe took the chair when the Second district was unsettled because of differences concerning the per cap- ta law and lias piloted the federation lirough numerous difficulties to :olld foundation and harmonious or- Tanization. The other officers elect- id were: Mrs. Hodges, Olathc, first vice pres dent. Mrs. W .R. Childs. ICansas City, sco- jnd vice president. Mrs. Coleman, Ganiett, secretary. Mrs. C. F. Henson. Paola. treasurer. Miss Green. Pleasanton, auditor. Miss Florence Hobart played an or- gaii solo and after the report of the -ecordlng secretary. Mrs. I. X. Buck, ^f Paola. reports of officers and also ihc credential committee reports were heard. In response to roll call Iclegates • from the clubo gave brief reports of the year's work. Reception Lan Night The Elks' hall, the most spacious and appropriately appointed place of its kind in town, was used for a re ceptiou and muslcale in compliment to the clubs last night. The raiu kept large number of people away but most of the delegates were there and the company mingled informally to extend the hospitality of tlie I'-os teesss. Cut flowers were used to dee orate with ferns and other greens and punch was served by Mrs. C. M. Cole. Mrs. W. H. Garfield and Mrs M. Schoenbrun. Mrs. J. T. Price president of the city feedration. gave welcoming address and music was contributed by Miss Katherine Jones. Miss Josephine Riddle, Miss Florence Hobart. Miss Clara Crangle. Jfrs. F. Benuette Smith. Mr. Edwin Hunter and Mrs. P. .E. Waugli. Two quar­ tettes with these members also sang: Miss Jones. Miss Julia McClure, llrs. A. V. Lemasters, Mrs. O. T. LaGrange. A- L. Boatright, J. O. Allen. Dr. Garlinghouse and W. G. Anderson. The Sorosis club playette, "A Gentle Jury." was presented and was happily received by everj-one. The reception was the largest event of the kind to occur here this year. Afternoon Session. The principal paper of tlve after- vo"" resterday was read by Mrs. Eustace H. "Brown, of OUtthe. president dt the state federation. Mrs. Brown dose as her subject.''The Value of Pei ^eratlon," and made some ezcep- tipnally practical and| convincing arguments in favor of Juumony among fflnhB in the state aait tfstriet feder- ftioiis. Brs. Bonni ^mU. in part: IJUDOE TAFT waL SPEKD SEVER. XL DATS IN INDLANA! MENTIONED THE PROPHI^GI^S ISAV.S REPUBLICAN ELECTION MEANS PROSPEBOCS BtJSDTESS. I Says Bryan Is Sensttlte Becaase B^. pBbllcaB Speakers Are SeAtloB* Ing the Fact. Milan. lud., Oct. I'S.—Indiana is.to be the battle ground in which'Judge Taft will push the campaign for the remainder of the week. The itinerary calls for fifty speeches and will take ! tlie candidate through the state tram south to north. With his voice • restored by a day of rest. Mr. Taft bad this to say of Mr. Bryan at the first slop: *'Urjau 1^ a bit sensitive because the Republicans are phophc&ying If Ihc is elected it will retard busincse tud if the Republicttn ticket is elected it will Improve busiuesi. He' sais that Is offering bribery to workmen- It is. uut. It's merely stating a facl-_ aud it's a fact that the workingmca ought to know as well as business men. Bryan's election would • be » menace to prosperity." EERN*S SON IS YERY ILL. I The Democratic Tlc4 Pr^sMeatlai Noifllaee Has Bees i'aUed Heme. district; the districts conibineil in tbe greater whole—a state f«'ileiali»ii— help the great commonwealth of Kansas. Your devylopny ?nt and success ceases to be a local uiatter. It affects your statu." Mrs. Brown in .spt -alviiig of I»eue- fits which may be derived from a change in the constitution .siigse.sts that tlif district nicinbors be tlie mombcrsliip board of tin- club at large. In this way the candidate's name would have to be accepted by a majority of the district presidents (directors) and no one city or district could secure admission for a disproportionate number of members into a Hub for poUtieal pnrnoscb-. wuul «l wi.-ili.'" -said Alrir. Hrown. "that the spirit whii 'ii lias ti >niierly niaiit- ilhflf fo|{ ii! aJtust -s of what wa.>< liitond'-d for btMiifi«Meni imrposes might I.'o eutiri -ly d.-ad witliin Kansas: but so Ions ii'^ linniun nature is fauJiy an<l .soniewliat uncertain «» lhinl< to prevent a wronp liy elimin allng its possniility. • » * One do! lar paid into t!ie stale federation no longer imrclias'-s for the indivlilual the power of l."' u--nlar faithful workers in federated olnbs in tlie annual convi-ntion." Mrs. Brown leooni- uiende.l flial tlie .<elu)la :sliip fn.ui be incrcaacd to Iiolp woilliy voting wo men. Having fite in.si^lit wjiieii comes to an executive offieer in her po.sition she i.< cspeeially entluistastle eoiieern Ing unity of district and stale federation. The per capita tax lias been raised to '2Tt cents per member for lnembe -^:llip in the state onl.v—the same price'whieh a membership In state and district costs. After Mrs. Brown's paper Mrs. Barker, who was presiding, introduced Mrs. H. B. .\s?b"r of I^wrenee. vice president of the Woman's Kansas Day «:lub. who t<ild of the work done by the women of Kansas to preserve histo'icnl relies. Mrs. Asber dwelt especlall> upon tiie preservation of Pawnee llock and made ^n earnest plea for the support of al! clubs in adding lo the funds to preserve that land mark. $;{.000 is lo be paid the owner of the land on which the rock s situated for a title to be given tlie state and after the purchase hasj been made steps will be taken at once to beautify the site. Membership in the Kansas Day elub is priced at twenty-five cents per capita for one year. The m'usic of the ^ternoon was-furnished by Miss Clara Crangle. Mrs. O. T. LaGrange. Mr. C. MIeS Freda Dlckerson M. Mitchell, Osawatomle, Mrs. Kciit, Pleasauton. Mrs. Harris. Olathe. Tic committee .on credentials: Mrs. W. T. Watson, lola. .Mrs. A. K. Benton. Kansas City, and Mrs. Asher were in session after the meetiug. .>Ir». Brown LearcH. -Mr;;. K. H. Brown, of Olathe. prcbi- . dent of f!>e itate federation and a nnniber "f delegales, left today. The convention will clo.se when the betislou now in progress is convened. .State .Vrctini; to llatrbiniion. .\s j« resnlt of the eouucil of slate exccHlivc.s :u the I lore! Portland ;cs- terdav ft was decided lo have the next nierling of the stale federation In 'Intchin.-itn. This meeting wili be hfld in SXuy. and will lie tbe A TOWN IN DAMR Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 22.—John M^. Kcrii. jr.. the 3-ycar-old SOD 'of-John W. Kern, Democratic casdUIate^r the vice prcsldcncj", IE dangerously'ill In this city, and Mrs. Kern has telegraphed her husband to return ta in- dianapolis at once. The boy is suffer- lug with iufantilc paralydr. ROYCE TO RESIGN TLXSA IS THREATENED BY HIGH jState Bank CoBBil !>sioBer Wfll Jle^rpt Office IB Loaa AssoclatioB—Ai> ^VATEK TODAY. bright His Saccesser. The Arkansas River Is RIsiag Rap. idly—Tbe Farmers Leaving Hones. Tu;$a. Okla.. Oct. 22—Serious floods threaten j-ortion.^ of central and north eru Okiahoina as a rcouk of three days steady rain. .Vone of the nunier- Topeka. Kas.. OcL 22.—John Q. Royce. slate bank commissioner, will resign his office immediately afterVthe election to accept a secretaryship- of he Building and Ix>an Association of Topcka. W. S. Albright will succeed him. M' »nionK other thlnj:s during ibc meet uiK-s !rid;ty. 50,000 IN THE LINE tune ivr Ihc eleelic-n of .state offieert. jous rcpc.ils of iu.-..s of life are c-onfirm- ThCM> executives are chosen every twojed. The Canadian and Arkansa-i rivers 'ear.^ :md eandidates are lieing talked;arc over the banks and doing much damage t« farm.-;, railroads and are Ihrcalcnin^ ."^niall towns. The Arkansas i\\ci- lieii- lias risen ten feet and is si ill ri.-.ln;;. The farmers are eom- pclled to muvi- and West Tulsa is "threatened witii inundaiiun. .Vtuskosee. Okla.. Oct. 22.—The lieav ie«l rainiall in years began iit midnight and eontinued lo<la>. The Arkansas and Grand rivers arc ricing. The lowlands of .Muskotee are flooded. Ill some sections residents cannot ,leave their homes without boats, is iiitK -h damage to PAYS WRSIK ^LAiM MO Japanese (.aie a Torchlight Parade Pari of Enterlainmeut at Tokiu. Tokju. Oet. 22. —The reception lo :>ffiLer^ and nieii of ihe American fleet reached a climax tonight. Tlie demon stratlon eclipsed any in the eilj's his- JThere tory. .\ torchlight \uo <.-e »»ioH was at- [^om. ranged PACIFIC AGENT SETTLES WITH B. M. DUNHAM. Railroad Makes Haste to Adjust Claims Before They Reach Court. " i a.s a buriirise concluding feature ol the day. The paraders nuni- Ijercd fifty thousand. Each carried a lantern, and an .Viuerlcan and Japau- ece flag. HILL FOONO GUILTY i 'ostpoite. I,udec .Snpper. The ojhter =up)»er and meeting which the Sons and Daughters of Justice, were u> have given lonighi has been iKMJiponed. Tlii!, I .s Ihe VerdU of tbe Jury in the V»i>e Tried at Indcpeu. denre. Independence. Kas.. Oct. 22.—The ury ill the case of \Vi!liam Hill, charsefl witb the murder of David .\lexander, uear Coffeyville. on Aug- uiit 7th. brought In a verdict last night of giiltly of manslaughter In the first degree. Hill shot .Mexander while the latter was in u carriage with his ! (Hill's! wife. Twenty-five, candidates will be Initiated into the mysteries of Royal Arch Masonry tonight. The team from Osawatomle will .^be here to atsisL in -putting on tbe work. After the ser* vice at 12 o'clock toniglit a banquet THE WEATHER. Forecast for Kansas: Partly cloudy I jured. A gentlemau walked into the second hand store of B. M. Dunham, on South Washington avenue this morn- matured | ing and casually inquired if Mr. Dunham desired to present a claim against the Missopri Pacific railway for injuries received or damages incurred in the recent wreck near Rich Hill. Mo. Discerning at once that the stranger was a claim agent for the road, Mr. Dunham told the man that he had no 6lil for injuries, that he was not in- and qolder tonight, with killing frost; Friday fair and warmer. L. Dlckerson.}will be served at the Our l^'ay cafe, and the Cnr-[ -, • rent Event club quartette. Thia committee on resoltitions was i^pointed dorlag'tljie B^asloa: Mrs. X«. Official Sear Cigars. 3 for 25 cent^ BufTell's diog store. Spe<^l oti i amti straight Data reeordcd at local office. V. S. Weather Bureau yesterday, todaj- and a year ago: Yesterday Yr. 2 p. in 6G 4 p. la 71 6 p. m S9 5 p. m &t 10 p. m fiO 12 midnight .39 Maximum temperature ...74 ilinlmum temperature ...57 Precipitation. 7 p. m. ...0.99 Today Yr. ago 2 a. ni. .: 59 4 a. m 54 6 a. m .52 8 a- m 51 m. .'. . .......i ..50 19 noon /. 43 Ipltation, 7 a. na.:...2,38. "You were a passenger on one of the trains, were you not?" the agent asked. "I was." 'You were not injured?" "Ho. sir." "Put to any trouble or expense?" "Well. I did have to hire a liverj' rig to drive to Butler with my wife." "How much did that cost you?" Mr. Dunham stated the amount The claim agent j pulled out a pock- ^letbook and handedi the sum over to •H Mr. Dunham. And so was settled the only Tola claim against the Pacific Incurred throogh the wreck at Rich Hill. Yesterday the cl4^ agent paid- Ai^ tomey S. J. McW ^ilms. of Ft Soott ahd a man who is! well known li«re. le sum of $100 for Injuries recelTed in the wreck. MeWillla^ was cat and braised badly fia the bmashop. ago 69 71 67 6ftj 37 41 0 54 56 56 5< «1 ZS

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