Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 26, 1908 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, October 26, 1908
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iijiillwj tw tti JiMLto BilibliilMd 1860. ABMC^HT Miit laik ii Ann u i I Assets |l,2liO,IKl( * * —FlfzgpraM, Anto Lkery. Pliono. + + • Miss Mitchell Returns. MlS3 Florence Mitchell returned to Parsons yesterday after a brief visit •with h^r parents, Afr. and Mrs. A. N. Mitchell. •> • For Miss Beard. Mis -i r .ladys Beard J entertained a numbPT of friends with an informal ijarty on 'Saturday. Jiivcnile games •vijfTf played and there was a very pretty j luncheon. Among those present were Mi.vses Ethel Colchcnalvy. (Veil Craif^.-Vlice CraiR. Cleo dun- nloes, Dourih Mojirsy, Alma Cum- ining.<!.. Sylvia Land. Jo.'sie Blair. Mas- gift Llllle Colchensky, Ruth G^epn. Gladys Colvon. Birdie Ixive- land.' Elsie Blair. Naflean Beard, ^att. Gladys Beard, and Masfen? Carl B&U, Frank Bailey. .John Bailey and Pre^'^ie Polvon and ^^r. and Mrs.' Harry Bea.-d, Mrs. Bailey an<t Afr.*?. Jane Fredlfisnn. • • • From Kansas City. Miss Lucile Huckln has returned fro man extended stay amongr friends in Kansas City. * * * Mr. Helmick Here. •Mr.'Parks Helmick of Chanut'e, was a-guest of friends here for the week end. iMr. Hftlmick Is representative to the Kansas legislature from Neosho county. Card Party. Mrs. Harmon Hobart, SOG So\ith State street, will entertain at cards on Th)irsday for members of lier WTilKt club; ,j. .J. .;. Social Afternoon. The W. C. T. U. win have a social on Friday afternoon at the Jackson street rooms. The members will hear n progrom after which there will be a five o'clock luncheon. + + + ' •'Dollar" Social. . The Aid society of the Baptist fthuroh will have their dollar social on Thursday evening at the home of Rev. ,and Mr-s. W. H. Garfield. There •will be a supper served to guests from five o'clock until eight. • • • ^ To LaHarpe. Dr.. and Mrs. Otis r .^GranRe were, guests of LaHarpe friends yesterday. + • + To Chanute. Member.:! of R. N. A. Camp are going to Chainute on Thursday to be uie guests of the lodge at that place. Special meetings of the Tola order /have been held t/» arrange for the ceremonies. • • .> Mrs. Means Returns. Mrs. HuBh Means of Lawrence, re- tnmeil home at noon today after visit 5»ith her sister, Mrs. C. B. Spencer. -I • • •• * + • • ! Mis» Wheatley Here. .Vli5s-^earl WTieatley of Humboldt a guest of friends here for a few V + • Young Peoples' Meeting. The Y. P. C. Ih, the young people.",' society of the United Brethren chundi. win have a program meeting tonMJJTow ev-ening at the church. * • • Cheerful Circle. -ISrs. Otis LsGrange has Invited the Cheerful Circle to be her gtiests on the appFoachlns Wednesday. The af- temooq will be entirely Informal. Music Club. Mrs. P. E. Waugh. 816 North TVJash- infflon avenue, will have the Ladles' -Music club tomorrow afternoon. This is the occasion of the semi-monthly musft'ale for the club. + * • Aid Society. There will be n business meeting of the Aid society of the United Brethren church on Thursday afternoon. LIBBEY'S COT GLASS : For WeddlBfR 4. .> A Afternooh Tea. There will be a tea at the home of i^rs. W. H. Root tomorrow afternoon for women of the First M. E. church, and their friends. The assist ing hostesses will be residents of. the third division of the fourth ward of the city. 4- •> • Mr. Adams Home. G. W. Adams returned yesterday from a trip to Trading Post in the Interest of the M. W. A. * * • " From Kansas City. Dr. .nnd Mrs. W. R. Heylmun returned on Saturday from a short visit in Kansas City. * 4. * Mrs. Joype Improving. Tlie many friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. .Toyce will be glad to know that Mrs. Joyce is slowinp improving from her recent illness. She is able to spend a part of each day in various rooms of the house now. 4. * 4. Spend Thanksgiving Here Miss Blanche Van Buskirk who is attending the manual training school al Pittsburg. Is to spend the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and ^^rB. T. B. Van Buskirk of this city. * •> •!• Y. W. C. A. Gets Certificate. The Tola Y. fT. C. A. Is In possess ion of a most beautiful and Intorest- lUR piece of parchment, engraved In old English letters, stating that this association Is now a member of the "Young Women's Christian Associa tlona of the United Stales of Anierl< lea." The certificate will be framed And hung In the already attractive rooms. It bears the signatures of Srace H. Dodge, President, and Helen Hendrick Rosslter, Secretary, and at the top^ there Is a reproduction of the handsome seal. In dark blue and gold, with the vine and branch design. This seal Is also made into pins which cnn •Ito worn by members. It was decided by the girls of the Art class in the New York City association, and was chosfen as the most beautiful among the number of designs submitted. A goodly number of women and girls heard Miss Paddock's splendid talk at the vesper service Sunday afternoon In spite of the rain. There was special music given by a trio consisting of Mrs. Grant Miller and the Misses Ball. The high school gymnasium girls as hostesses served chocolate and cake at the close of the de^•t)• tional hour. • Mrs. .Tohn A. Devlin speaks on next Sunday. " A 4, 4. To Celebrate Hallowe'en. Members of the IJttlp Builders' chapel and teachers of ,the-. several classes may arrange a party to celebrate Hallowe'en. The plans are not yet complete but It is probable that the event will occur in the evening. • • * In Chanute. Mr.^ and Mrs. R. B. Stevenson are In Chanute with their daughter, Mrs. George Trombold. * * + Complete Visit Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Swope of Buga, m., "have returned to their! home. They spent several weeks here lat,the home of Mrs. C. U Emerson. ^ • • - A. • 4- -.' Mothers' Club. The Mothera' Club < if • Builders' Chapel will Jiave their i reekly meeting on W ^nesdaar at tie chapeL To.KantMi.jpliy. ./^ Among-tlie many Hallowe'en parties wfiTch are usually an^ged for at this special tmie, there/will be a good time, going on at Y. W. C. A. on Saturday night from 7:30 until 10 o'clock. To this party any girl is invited—whether she be a member or not—and each girl must bring one sheet and some pins, as the first part of the frolic will probably be a ghost parade, done \o & funeral march, in the big gym room. There are other features planned but the girls who are arranging them will not divulge anything as yet * * • - Par{y on Saturday. Miss Avis Spink aind Miss Grace Brackcnrldge have Invited friends to be,their guests and celebrate Hallow­ e'en. The party will be given at the home of Miss Spink on Eaait Jackson Wreet I • •!• • For Miss Baker. Miss Nellie Baker who i.% visitin? Mrs. Frank Travis is to be honor guest at one of the card parties 01 the week. Mrs. Travis' has askea guests .for the coming Wednesday to meet MSsa Baker. The Invltatfons are for cards. 4n TOlnflHT GENERAL $KATINO mi CALLED OFF Weather and Muddy Field Made tlis Football Game Out of the Question Yesterday. Sorosis Club. ] A program of readings from the works of James Wliitcomb Riley and papers referring to the life of that author will be a feature of the Soro­ sis club meeting on Wednesday. The prospective hostess is Mrs. O. L. Gar- linghouae and the meeting will be opened promptly at two-o'clock. •> • • . >^ Miss Murphy Returns. Miss Edith Murphy has returned to l^er home in Parsons. She assisted at tbe wedding of Miss Ida .Morrison and Mr. Chester Wood and since that time has been the gu«>st of MI?s Olivo Hanklns. Mrs. J. W. Boltt>n. Mrs. A. P. Harris. Mrs. C. E. Edocer- ton < an'd'-otber' frfeods^ RELEASE A SUSPECT Because of the extremely muddy field and threatening weather the foot ball game which was scheduled for yesterday afternoon at the Electric j park between the Independence, Kas.. I team and the Triplets was not played. I Yesterday- about 11 o'clock" when the ' game was called off a cold wind was blowing from the north at the rate of more than eighteen miles per hour. !A mist which later turned into ram ' was falling and the Indications were . that if the game was pla}-ed it would not be witnessed by more than a corporal's guard. Today arrangements are being made for Independence to come here *!>»ext Sunday. . •Elmer Welker Here. j Elmer Welker of Kansas City, but formerly of this city. Is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan W*>lker on South 0.1k street and other rela- i lives. - ; Chairafe Mian Arrested on Ciarge of HotdlBi; Vp. ErWiB Green Saturday, Tamed Loose, The officers are still making an effort to get some clue to the two high- wajrmen who held up and robbeif Erwin Green, the colored teamster, on South KeriTucky street Saturday afternoon. The search for the two men seen going south from the lola Portland Cement plant late Saturday afternoon availed nothing. Yesterday the Chanute police arrested a man who claimed his name was Donoho and his home Neosho Falls, as a suspect In some respects he answered the description of one of the men. Mr. Green was to have gone to Chanute toda^ to see whether or not he was the right man but the officers released him this morning before Mr. Grf»rn got started. It is not thought, however, that the suspect was one of the men wanted. ' Cnknown^extcaB Bies. A Mexican employe of the Santa Pe who hnd been sick at tbe hospital here died this afternoon. The body was taken in charge at the Chenoweth undertaking rooms. The men came in on a night train, and the hospital officials know^ nothing of the history of the case. The body will be held for further information.—Ot^a\?a RepublicI S|>ecial e^ale of for Tuesdayy Wednesdaii and Thursday Every piece'of Woolen Dress Goods and Silks in the house at a big saving in price All .^Oc and 65c quality Panama Serge and Batiste in blue, brown green, grey and black, :iG to 42 inches wide on sale for. .41 <^ All TiiC quality plain and fancy Woolen Dress goods in black and colors, on sale for — 51)^ $1 .00 quality Serges, Cashmere. Panamas, Taffetas and Cheviots in l)lark and colors, on sale for 82<* $1 .2.'i quality Broadcloth, Chevron Worsteds. Serges. Oiagonals and Herringbone Serses in black and colors, special price 80^ Sl.riO qualiiy Broadcloths Serges. Oiagonals .ind Cheviots in black and colors, special sale price per .vard J !H .*i!!i {l.T.'i Fancy Stripe Cheviots and in blue, brown and green. on sale for Hit.119 $2.00 Hrondclnths in black and colnrt plain ami siripod. special price Sl.OO Jl .OO quality SG-inch black Taffeta Silk on sale for $1.2r> Black Taffeta Silk, on sale for S\H' Stt-lnrh (Guaranteed Silks for $1,S3. $l.f .O Moneybak black Silks or York Si'k Co.'s colored silks in new blue, brown and red: special sale price per yard JH1.5i*i $1.7.-. quality Black Silks on sale for #1.49 $2.00 guality Black Taffcia or Peau De Sole Silk, inches wide. for ' )Kl.-tii .IC-inch Satins in all colors. $1 .00 quality, on sale for 82<* Skinner Taffeta 36 inches wide, wear guaranteed for two seascMts, on sale for '.. $1.89 $1..'»0 Satins 36-inches wide, on sale for $1.35 19-inch Taffeta Silk in all colors and black and white, worth 65 and 75c. on sale for 52t 19-Inch China Silk in cream and black, on .sale for. yard 25^ 27-Inch Crina SiJk in white black and colors, per y."- 1 f } .• 20-Inch Fancy Warpprint Habutar Silks'for dressf . . .. :i 7.'»c value, on .sale for oolt %\M quality 27-inch Taffeta in white, black and colors, will act crack or split, special sale price, per yard 81^ CrepedeChine in all colors, regular $1.00 value, on sale for per yard 75* $1.00 quality Fancy Paon finish Velvets in all colors and black and white, on sale for per yard 83* r.O-luch Black Fur Cloth for coats, worth $.">.00 yard, on sale for. per yard $3.65 Brown, green and red Bear Skin .'JO inches wide, on sale for $1.6!S White Curley Bear Skin, with black dot. worth $.'5..'iO yard, on sale for $2.89 Fancy Cotton Suitings in all colors, worth 17^c. on sale 13H* .VLL F.iNTY SILK BR.\I1>.«% AND TRnnii.\fis AT OXE -FOrRTH OFF MARKED PRIf'E ALL FAXfY SILK BRAIDS AND TRnnmrcs , AT ONE-FOURTH OFF MARKED PRICE iF^rtS'riSSetett^^^ her brother in KaiisasClty. jwi of WiJiton. this state. Sunday School Party. The pupils of the Christian Sunday school who attend classes above the. primary department will be entertained on PYlday afternoon at the church. The party is announced to occur after the school hours and the decorations will probably be in keeping with the Hallowe'en season. • * * Entertained Primary Pupils. .\t the Christian chur:!h on Saturday afternoon a score or more of small children were given a very happy party. The guests were members of the primary department of the Sunday school and the ladles who were present provided games and refreshments. Miss Alice Hill; Mrs. Ed Elam. Mrs. H. A. Snyder, Nellie Blam and Miss Golda Elam had the afternoon in charge. • 4; • Miss Mitchell Sang. Jhe offeratory solo at the Presby. tcrlan church last evening was sung by Miss Imogene Mitchell of Jeffer^ son City. Mo., who has been: a guest of Mrs. W. S. Goodin for a month. Sllss Mitchell was accompanied by Miss Clara Cran.^^le. and sang very beautlfnlly, "Heaven's Own Day." by BriggB. • • • Mr. Van Curen Her4. "ifji. and Mrs. F. W, FjUgerald. 334 Mrs. P. E. Sallee gave^a family din- j MISSED THE TRAIN ner party at noon yesterday and entertained a number of relatives. Recovering From Fever. Spencer, the small son of Mr. and .VIrs. S. A. Gar.l, is convalescing after an attack of typhoid fever. His friends and also other acquaintances of the family will be glad to kno»v of his recovery. Bryan Made Trip Over Mnddy Roads to Patterson, N. J., to Fill a Spcalt- iDg Date Today. Xe^' York. Oct 26.—.Missing tbe train on the Erie road by a narrow FAIR RATHER Rnt fi»m Slotlifnl Is Afraid Sehoppe*.*^ Forecast Means Wort for HIBU •'Bill's gone home—back to Emporj-, Mr. Schoppe." Sam Slothful said gloomily when he met William A. J. margin of a feiy seconds. W. J. Bry-• Schoppe, chief of the lola weather bu- Fallls Brings Suit \V. S. Falii.s. ihe Humboldt banker, has brought,suit in di.sirict rourr Wm.'Savings tri recover ,$1,920 which he allf-se.s is due him on a promissory note. Soptii Chestnut ati|i:e$t. have as their Miss Velina QlOfe leakes tojjax. guest this week icr .'jhrank Van Cnr- an today was compelled to nmka a wild dash In an automobile through reau. this morning. "He said that so many people were complaining that ^ , „ ... ihi» presence brought the rain that he mud covered roads to Paterson. N. J..!thought he would go back home and in order to keep his word with the i see if it would dry up. I'm awful sorry people of that clt%-. that he would re-l^''' l^as gone. He was much cwn- fcrt to me and I felt much attached turn and make a political sneech. The to him^" ••Well. don't worry, Sam." Mr. candidate arose at six this morning and thought he would h%vc ample [Schoppe replied encouragingly, brigh- Dental Offices Rpblied. ; time to get to Jersey City and board "ter days are coming. Listen: For The dental offices of Dr. C. M. Cole g^jg f^ain leavin«' there at seven'*onight and Tuesday, not and Dr. W. H. Porter were robbed i ^ ' . ' - . w" .much change in temperature." some time Friday night and almut $30 mistaken. | .-That may help some," Sam mum- worth of gold taken. The offices were j The program today provides for an , bled, "but; sUll. if it clears up I may entered with ^^keieton key. address before The Woman's Demo-.have to g^ to work. More rain, more 'cratic club here, speeches at Ydakers. ll^^^ ?^ roe more rain for mine. •Mr. Schoppe." ,1 White Plains, Port Chester. NeV Ro- Oa Way to Kansas City. Mrsc D. G. Hoover of lola came. , here this morning and will remain, chelle and Mount Vernon, a recepUon until Monday with city friends: from and dinner at the National Democratic here she will go to Kansas City—Ot- here and speeches at Cooper Un- tawa Republic. Here for Loeatlen. M. E. Pilon of Kansas City,-who is interested in the moving picture basi- | ion. Palm Garden and Madison Square : Garden. loIaM at CofferriHe. Herlierti Allen and;Claude Hnrtock of lola were in the city today visiting friends. They returned to lola this .'afternoon. While here the boys'-had a jtalk with the local foot bail players I see it a gwne coulA |Etot be ammgedi for between the Coffeyville and'^Jola Saltli Is Heme. nesB spent yesterday in Otuwa. going! Frank E. Smith, secreary of the Al-'city teamsi It is posdble that a g^e to lola last evening. Mr. Pilon is _ len County Ftair Association, relumed will be arranged fot" later.—Coffee- looking for a location for the estab- ; last evening from a trip to . Us old ville Journal. 'home in F^ederidtiMd. Mr. Smith" says tliat fresh .oysters and chestnuts lishing of a show.—OtUwa Renublic. Entered Business College. Miss Lou Ella Robertson of Holder- are jihe principal topics of discussion vine. OWa.. enrolled In the lola Bdsl-'theri. noHtlcs b^ng ^f^^jf tfe^t V. <i _ .i.. ' .when the-open stason'to^Ufe tettipt 't ness ^loUege this-morning. ^ | [Ing <»l»»lT«rl»_oi». t Kav^ea W«a If ist Borcb Rev. W. {B. Knowl^ ot.the^THg^ cfaurcb. preached^ at q»roi^'^rl)8l«iPdai!^-. his psli^tl irere Funston

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