Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 27, 1908 · Page 2
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ortBBESf FiiD nisinppimm ^; L. BBUXBAITGH. ^liiillirT fr rfciJfitttJTrtiT ^dkbltolied 1869. " Stati if liuu — AflefCmrty Uliit Ink li Alki Cf. WOULD BET $10,000 ON TAFT. Skating ' Party. Mer^bers; of the Irene Duckett Stockcompany are having a sk^ng iMemb-rt of the Kansas Republican ^. 4, ^ jo. Mdjor nml ^rl3s Troasa Lon. The -PJtBgorald, Aiilo Livery. Plionc. j slii<1y hour was dPvotPd to tho paint- ifiK of Valosfiiioz. ^lori'Io anil Jor- (laoiiH. Two w^w moiulwTS, Mrs. W. f •> * For Sunday School Club. MIBS Flosslo heffler ontorUlnod inM^j formally lust night for tho Delta Al-!... . _ ,„ •jiha cluh of U'P RttPtlst o':«rch. Tlipno^ itontfi^ers wpro prcsscntj: .Misses LiH-j Ian Banksi Hrlsdila Pititsinimons. Ada fioftky, Ida B^cUy. Cora Mundla. Mary McbnrilMs. Kva Oshorno. JOHIO Unn- doir. Ida WilllaniHon. Emma IMortion. Tora and l.ucllo Williamson. 'Mrs. A. D. Wnilomson, Mis.*? Flos'^lf and Mlvs Ada L^fflor. .;. .;. Mr. and Mia. Mueldke Home. Mr. and Mis. 11. MviPhllio. of 'VlTl«'<>lor Heights, have rotiirnod frniii .1 hrlof trrp to Kansas City. • • •:• To KanEae Cily. Air.';. F. J. Horlon and Miss Ethol Horton spondlnp .'i f (*v day.". In KaTlr ^^l" Pity. •:• • • Miss Ooxsee Here. Miss Boatrico Doxsfie of Kansas City, is here at the home of her p.if- ents,. Mr. .and Mrs. C. J. Doxsee. She will a.=:si.<;t at the reception tod.ay, •> • • Leaoue Social. The Epworth. League of the First M. E. ehurch will have a Hallowe'en social on Friday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. TJ . Ernm- baugh, 210 South Oak street. The amu.sements of the cvenlnp: will bo in keeping with the occasion. V A • Chorus Rehearsal. Tbc Miislclans who arc to produce Mcndlessobn's "Elijah" here dnrin? the winter had n very sucees.^fnl rehearsal nl the Christian church laiU night. Mr. A. L. Tloairight is directing the practice and Miss Eva .\rni- strong aecompanleK the vocal scnrr:'. • •:• • For Governor Hoch. Mr. anil Mrs. \V. T. Watson I ad an llliisirloiis giK'si at dinniT las) »|g)if In the personage of Ed\va-(l W. Tloch. of Topeka. governor of Kansas, fiov crnor Hoch was here ^to address an audience of politicians and the social e^ent was previous fo^ that meeting. The dinner table had a bunch of ex nuisite rpd ros'^s, and their foliage as a centerpiece and the appointments and other gamltnre.s were especially beautiful. Yellow chr.\-santhemunis •weer used in the living room. These friends of the. host and hostess were present: Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Hilschpr. "Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Evans. A. P. Harris. Capt. T. S. Stover and Miss I-u- cjle Copeland. Subsequent to the dlnpor ton small friends of the Mrs. Watson's were asked in hostess, the hoys of Sunday school class, to meet the chief executive of the stjatc in which they live. The youngster? were introduced to Mr. - Hoch and were visibly pleased and honored because of their co.-dl.il reception and his friendly talk with tbem. The guests .iitended the Majestic later in the evening to hear the speech. i ;•, • * * To Topeka. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Core left today for Topeka for a few days' slay. They aire to attend some imporlnnl lodge mee<!ng.s. + * Art Club Meetinn. The sonil-iuuntbly mei 'ting of the Art rl\il> oi'curred yehtcrdny niter- noon at the lionie of Mrs. .1. \X Ar- Uftt. 4»M West Madlaon avenue. There w^re three Inleroating papers pro. «««tcd by Mrs. CJrnnt .Mlllor, Mrs. J. 'Chahiile were voted In. Miss Florlne Wheeler. . second vice president. presided In the ahsonce of Miss Mary Chamberlain and th<> fli-st vice president. The club meets In two weeks with 'Mrs. Carrie HIrd. The mcmhcr.ihip list for Iho year Is as follows. Jfrs. Ra^le Tbomp- pon. Mrs. .1. 0. Arnelt. Mrs. O. 11. Bushneld. Mrs. Carrie UIrd, Miss Uo- r.alla Charles. Miss Mary Chamberlain, of Humboldt, Mrs. John Dolap. Miss Anna Fr.inces of Colony. Mrs. E. Hag- onbach. MIS.T Tressa I.ee. .\^rs. .T. O. M.ajor. Mr. and Mrs. Orant Mll'er. Mr."^. John Mooro. Mrs. Pearl McCall- rn. Mr.s. Miller MeCreary. Mrs. C. W. AfeDanlels, Mrs. Bruce Osborne, Minr. I.onie Poiicort.st. Mrs. W. H. Porter. Mrs. Jas. Richardson. Mrs. Sarah Thn ^'lifr Itowe, Miss Velma Sleeper, Mr.^. A. C. Thompson. Miss Florino Who.l.-r. • •> Annual Inspection. Friday, November 6 ha.s been named as the date for the annual inspection of the local W. R. C. Th^^ department officer. Mrs. Or.a llrcoclc. of Par .sonK, will be here at that time and the meeting of the dny will bf er.pe."lally eventful. • .;. Business Heating. There was a busincs.^ meeting of the W. C. T. U. yesterday at Iheir rest rooms. Several matters were voted on and It was decided to have another meeting In a very short time to choose a president to fill the place of Mrs. .Arnold who ha."; resigned Hint offlci'. ^ ^ To Serve Lunches. Women of 111.- W. C. T. V. hav.' .l.>. ei(b>d to serv lunchi-on 1o the pub- lie on Tuesday of next vvci>k. The place has not yet been decided upon though It Is probable that eith'^r the I'eadquarters or the home of rom'»! member will be chosen. ' • • fl» Sewinn Circle. Mis .i Cora Klein will enlevtnin 1 er selling club with an informal pariy lomorrow afternoon. '> To Humboldt. Sr-veral 'members of the Mi.-sionary .society of the Presbyterian church will attend a convention of the. .societies of the county at Humboldt on Thursday and Frid.ay. • With Concert Company. Mrs. C. L. Evans, of I.AHarne, is arranging to leave In a sfcort time for Kcinsas City, where she will join several musician friends for a f »'W weelis' concert tour. Mrs. Evans will do solo work and also contribute vio- party at the Auditorium rink this afternoon. Ti -e amusement is a favor- li^ with all of the members and during their stay in lola they have speni, r.ome plea.«tant hours there. • • + Vote of Thank*, The Unity club extenus a Vote of thanks to the EJks' club for the use of their bpautlful ha* on the night of October 21st, to those who so ably furnished music for the entertainment on that nisist. and during the several session.? of the federation, and io all others who assisted in making the entertainment a success.—'Mi.s. u. T. Talbert. president. Mrs. M. Schoenbrun, secretary. • * * Mrs. Oetwiler Recovering. ^frs. J. S. Detwiler of 103 South Third street, who has been III for some ten days is noxt able lo sit up. Her friends will be glad to know that she it! convalescing. 4. • • Miss Guyer Hom.e MISS kato Ouyer has returned from a two weeks* vl.?ll In Kansas City wUh her slstoT,; Mira. B. R.| Allison. Committee Have Ready Funds. Topeka.-Oct. 27.—There is $10.000 of Republican money in the' hands of the state central committee ofHc- lals to bet on the election. Who is putting up the money is not known or will ft be given out at headquartcr.s. but those who know of the fund say that they will produce the funds in tin hour after any Democrat shows any willingness to take np some bet.-; on Bryan and Taft. The money^-Jw avallablo. all or in part, for Taft wagers. / Buying Allen County Farm. Real estate around Hnmboldt has been active for the past few weeks. A number of weTT known farms are reported to have chaueed hands. The J. II. Holeomh farm was. sold lo an Illinois man. Ti-e C. C. Yeager pl.ice has been sold and it Is reported that Meal VanFossen has sold one of his farms. The farms all brought groil ijrlcoF. Town property has been changing hands rapidly also a number of good ^ales have been maile.— Humboldt ITorald. TO SEND SHEEP TO AFRICA. A New Strain From Garden City to Be Sent Abroad. Garden City. Kas.. Oct. 27.—Persiar- ino sheep, the new animal wbieh combines the best features of the Persian sheep and the Merino, and is said by sheepmen to be "Better than either Commen ^ng next^onday,- the skating rink 'Will be opeil.ialI day as well !as evenings, and for si llmlt^ time the mornings, will be defpted exclusively to the ladies. No admisaioa charge CH will .soon know the new strain. Charles J. ("Buffalo") Jones, whose experimental farm is located at Cai^ den City has received an order from a sheepman of South Africa for twenty-five bucks. The order said that the owner believed the new strain lo be the best sheep known and that he wonld nar any reasonable price for the animals. Mr. .Tones will fill the order with twenty-five bucks from his herd. Mr. Jones has received orders for the Per- .slarlno sheep from all parts of this country and the strain Is becoming one of the most popular. This onler from South .\frlcn gives an Idea of t! e Internatfon.nT repntatlon the Pen "larlno Is acqulrin?. one. have reached acnoss the Atlantic ^« <i»>arge for skates, and the sheep ranches of South' Afri- D'-'^king water will i^lso be free. .No 'men will be allowed in the rink and it is hoped that the ladies o£ lola w^ill take advantage of this gfinerims offer and tise the rink as a place of enjoyment. The manager of the rink and skate room man will tfe there to take care of wraps and see that everything is ^ade cjomfortable. —Onr Ovuiera. Way. Voi Dvenon Was Here. Col. J. B. Duerson. the well known auctioneer of Bronson, w.is in the city last evenin.g enroure to Chaniite where he went on business. Her Brother Dead. .Mrs. S. E. Relmert received word vesterday of the death of her brother. Daniel Waltz at Harrlsburg. Pa. Mrs. Reimert recently visited him and left him In good health. 9|>ecial Sale af Dress and For M^ednesday and Thuf aday Every^piece of Woolen Dress G-oods and Silks in tlie house at a big saving in price All .'>0c and 65c Qnalily Panama Serge and Batiste in blue, brown green, grey and black. :'.G to 42 inches wide on .'^ale for ..4I<> AM 75c quality plain and fancy Woolen Dre?s goods In black and colors, on sale for '. 50<^ $1.00 quality Serges, Cashmere. Pauanias. Taffetas and Cheviots in black and color.«;. on sab? for S2<* ?1.2." quality Broadcloth. Chevron .Worsteds, Serge .f,. Oisgonal.'^ and Herringbone Sergc-sin black and color?-, special price SOc"* $l.r.O quality Broadctotlts. S. laf.-,, IJiaguuats and Clwviais lu tjl.jck and colors, special!sale price per yard ^t.'i'-i $1.7."> Fancy Stripe Cheviots and St ^-fie.s in bl;ie. brov.n .nnd give.i. on sale for Sl.IJO %2M Broadeloth -i in biaH; and coior. pl:iiii an.I sniped, spec!;!) Pti.e #I.OJ> $1.00 quality rtiJ -incb black TafK -ta Silk on sale fur 7 !)t- $12." Black Taffeta .Silk, on Siile for HUO .16.lnrh; (Juamnleed Silks for ilJii. $l..'.0 Moneybak black Silks or York Sik Co.'s colored silks in new blue, brown and red: special sale price por ynrd Sl .'-i'i $1.7.'. quality Black Silks on ;.ale for Jpl .-I!) $i'.00 gtiaJity Black TJiff. ui or I'.MII P.- Soif Silk. ::»; inches wide. on sale for !m.-l5 :bMnchSatin.^ in all cDlors, ?I.Oo quality, on j-ale for J^**^ Skinner Taffeta S6 inches wide, wear guar.-.nteed for two seasons, on sale for $1.89 $1.1)0 Satins 36-incbes wide, on sale for 81.35 19-inch Taffeta Silk in all colors and black and white, worth 65 and 7.=;c, on sale for *. 52^ 19-inch China Silk in cream and Idack, oa .sale for. yard 27-iuch Crina Silk in while black and colors, per y»v' 11'^ 20-Inch Fancy Warpprint llabular Silks for dresr ' " .T 7.'.c value, on sale for .. .>.>t« $1.00 quality 27-Inch Taffeln in white, black and colors, will not cr.ick or split, special .sale price, per yard •.. 81^ CrepedeChlne in all colors. r.-»Ki»lar $1.00 value, (fo. sal© for per yard 75* $1.00 quality l-^ncy Paon finish. Velvets in all colors and black and white, on sale for per yard 'H2t .'.O-inch Black Fur Cloth fur coats, worth $r..00 yard, on s.ile for. per .vard tK<.65 Brow^n. green and red Bear Skin .'0 incli s wide, on sale for ^1.6^ White Curley Be.nr Skin, with biack dot. worth $:i..'>0 yard, on sale for $3.39 Fancy Cotton Suiting.-, in ail colors, worth l7'Ac, on sale 12J4* For the Bride a*. r*<!. ^«nr* Fe and 3L K. & T. WfHirMwpwIorii. F.VNfT SILK BRAIDS A\D TRIMMINGS IT 0.\E-FOrBTH OFF MARKKA PRICE ALL FAXfY .SILK BRAIDS A5D TRIMMINGS AT ONE.FOITBTH OFF MARKED PRICE Miss .Margaret ^Bed''!I was ;ho.ness )YiJlBAILEY TONIGHT! of the Unity club yesterda.r' after- 1 noon for the regular meeting and program. The afternoon was opened ^. - ^ „ . ... ... ' . I The Ex-Governor Speaks at Hum- with mi.sceIlaneoHs business and .Mr.';.' .j. . ... . ,• L L J.J. boldt.Long at Moran Tomor- A. t. English who was a delegate to HELD PARADE IN THE RAIN. GOVERNOR KNEW WATSON. lin numbers to the program. Her the cl-ib convention gave a report of row Night. irany friends here are certain that she will be cordlal'y received by the audiences bec.tuse of her thorough To Fort Scott. Mr. and Mrs. M. Srhoenbrun .Miss Belle Horwltz are going •jeason there, the ball to dedicate the new vShrlner 'i* temple. ' the ses .5ion .s. .Mrs. Lloyd Coe lead tr.e '• I .\ rousing Republican rally will be lesson and there was a di .scusr .ion ot: Hnmboldt tonight at which ..o. v.. .... ............. magazine artic -e.s. The mn^ic, of «he^^..,;„vernor W. J. Ballev will be the knowledge of music and her pleasing afternoon was furnished by jdrs. O. ^^jj^^ speaker Mr BaiiVy is one of manner of appearing on a program. T. LaCrange and one of the inost en- ^j^^. b.-s, spoil-binders in ihe Republi- jojtable features of the dav was the ,,,,„, , t •*•],, , , , ^, ran party and ibl.s fall I.-, making an residing of a letter from Mrs. Chns. ; . ,, , «. „ „ X r t , , T., X., \ ^ ^ especially K.trong spe.<cb. Tomorrow n and p. Scott, who s In Wash iigtoii. D. C. ,' , « . 7., . , , ,„ ^ , , ^ ' nl-.'hf Senator Cliest.-r I. Long will .MiKs in'iie fiorwnz uri? KOIHK to H. for the congressional sca.son. .Mrs., , ,. I ml Ml , . . si^eak at a ineetlng at .Moran. •.coll on Friday evening. Tl '.oy will Prolt 8 «-nt. greetliJBs the members } be gii .'slH nl Ihe largest affair of Ihe and wr «we other notes of Interest. - • ' •^ •> t lleimbliean me<«iiiig will be held AUa SetaClub I"'' «<'h«»ol lionae thM evening There will bo a moetlAg ior the Al* '''l''!'''- ''•»•''«••''"••" ?ein cluh on Friday evening; The hos- iit"^'::, '''^'''S"'"" ""^ less will be announced later. J'^ ""'^ Tdfi canned spee .-hes will be features * * * o^>he program. .\ ntmiher of the can- Mit« Dennis Here. didates will go alone with the speak- MIss Mae Dennis, who has a school ^he partv wi'l go out as.far as In Silver I^f district, >isited her La Harpe rtn the car line where they TEDDY'S BIRTHDAY Mr. Rooserelt Ls Fifty Tears Old To. d«r--necrlved Many Can- ffralulAtiODii. parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Dennis • '> <' Mrs. Arnold Reaigns. will take carriages. V/on*t Buy Stock. J. W- Berry returned from a week here Sunday. Washington. Oct. 27.—Theodore itoosevolt. twenty-sixth preiiident of | , Ihe United Statts, became fifty years' Mrs. E. F. Arnold, president of the^trlp selling stock for the Humboldt of age today. He began his fifty-flrst 'W. C. T. U. has asked that she be P;ortland Cement Company Saturday rear by gettlngito his desk early and relieved of the duties of the office tie found bad weather wherever he -pending the dalf hard at work In his she was recently cbofien to filL Mrs. went. The people arc too much In- cfficc. Arnold gives • the illness of her terested in ix>Iitics to care much for Congratulatory massagei poured In- daughter Grace as the reason for her lD|restments until after the election, to the office and White bo^se all dfiy. eomtant attendwee «t borne. .—rHamboldt Herald. Junction City's Street Display Not Asked Voters to Stand by Candidate Stopped by Bad Weather. ; imfor Representative. .Junction City. Kas., Oct. 27.—There: cJov. E. W. Horh. who spoke here were several thousand visitors in Jdnc last night, has known W. T. Watson, tion Cit>j to attend the com carnival, j the Republican candidate for repre- tbe day was cold with drizzling rains .seniative from this district, for many and snow. In the morning a parade of the Seventh cavalry band and the Sixth field artillery band of Fort Riley, decorated carriages, motor car.-?, farm wagons and merchants' floats was given. * •During the afternoon the Judging of tie farm products exhibited was done by Instructors from the Kansas Slate Agricultural college. Ten of the 2S0 hoys who e.\Jt::itt«'d corn that! Ihey had raised were given certificates to attend the State Corn Growers' Institution to be held In Manhattan, with all expenses "paid. A baby parade In the city park closed the two days- program. years. During his remarks last night he paid a tribute to Mr. WatSiuv and urged the Republicans to stand by him. He also asked that the Repabli- cans votft for .Mr. Travis for state senator as the election of J. L. Bristow for United States Senator •vill be po."- sible only through a Republican lepi.s-- lature. A BANQUET FOR lOLANS. Back From Germany. Rudolph Kamping relumed Friday from an absence of nearly two years Xine months of' the time was spent in Germany where he visited rela- itives. The balance of his visit was spent In Indiana, the greater part 'of it at Lafayette. He |oeks Inuch bet- Or. and Mrs. 0. B. Core Art Successful Workers for K. P. A. The officers of the Blue Cross lodge of the Knights of the Protected Ark, will be given a banquet In Tt^ieka tonight, the guests of honor being as follows: Dr. C. B. Core, Grand Knight, W. & Atchison. Topeka. Grand Seci-etary, Mrs. C. B. Core. Orand Supcirintendent. Dr. and Mrs. Core are earnest and successful porkers for the order and Cce banquet in their honor is a ioken of apprecialjion of theWrk tti^ they I are doing. They left this mornJbis for ter than when h€u«ent aw«r and says, jopefca^ he thorbnshly eiii}ot«d' Umself while i away.—Htunholdt Herald. Begfster wiwt iis Mif ^tndts.

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